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Toddi A. Steelman

Toddi A. Steelman

Adjunct Professor

Education:
B.A. West Virginia University (1988)
PA. Princeton University (1992)
Ph.D. Duke University (1996)

Research Interests:
Environmental and natural resource governance; public and community decision-making; the interface between science, policy and decision-making; climate change adaptation; disaster-resilient communities; risk and crisis communication; Fire Chasers Project

Contact:
University of Saskatchewan
School of Environment and Sustainability
Kirk Hall, 117 Science Place
Saskatoon, SK S7N 5C8
toddi.steelman@usask.ca

306-966-1499

Publications

  • Clark, S. G., Rutherford, M. B., Auer, M. R., Cherney, D. N., Wallace, R. L., Mattson, D. J., Clark, D. A., Foote, L., Krogman, N., Wilshusen, P., & Steelman, T. (2011). College and university environmental programs as a policy problem (part 2): Strategies for improvement. Environmental Management, 47(5), 716-726.
    Publication type: Article
  • Clark, S. G., Rutherford, M. B., Auer, M. R., Cherney, D. N., Wallace, R. L., Mattson, D. J., Clark, D. A., Foote, L., Krogman, N., Wilshusen, P., & Steelman, T. (2011). College and university environmental programs as a policy problem (part 1): Integrating knowledge, education, and action for a better world?. Environmental Management, 47(5), 701-715.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., & McCaffrey, S. M. (2011). What is limiting more flexible fire management-public or agency pressure?. Journal of Forestry, 109(8), 454-461.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2010). Implementing innovation: Fostering enduring change in environmental and natural resource governance. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.
    Publication type: Book
  • Steelman, T. A., & DuMond, M. E. (2009). Serving the common interest in US forest policy: A case study of the Healthy Forests Restoration Act. Environmental Management, 43(3), 396-410.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., & Hess, G. R. (2009). Effective protection of open space: Does planning matter?. Environmental Management, 44(1), 93-104.
    Publication type: Article
  • Thompson, J. R., Hess, G. R., Bowman, T. A., Magnusdottir, H., Stubbs-Gipson, C. E., Groom, M., Miller, J. R., Steelman, T. A., & Stokes, D. L. (2009). Courses without Borders?: Collaborative graduate education across multiple campuses. Journal of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Education, 38.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2008). Communities and wildfire policy, in forest community connections: implications for research, management, and governance. In E. M. Donoghue & V. Sturtevant (Eds.), Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A. (2008). Communities and wildfire policy. In E. M. Donoghue & V. Sturtevant (Eds.), Forest community connections: Implications for research, management, and governance. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Steelman, T. A., & Burke, C. A. (2007). Is wildfire policy in the United States sustainable?. Journal of Forestry, 105(2), 67-72.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2007). Green Giants? Environmental Policies of the United States and the European Union. Policy Sciences, 40(1), 73-78.
    Publication type: Review
  • Hall, T. E., & Steelman, T. A. (2007). The development of a discipline: A 20-year evaluation of Society & Natural Resources. Society & Natural Resources, 20(10), 865-881.
    Publication type: Article
  • Carmin, J., & Steelman, T. A. (2007). Factors shaping the outcomes of community based environmental management: lessons from efforts to remediate acid mine drainage in the United States (in Chinese). Urban Planning Overseas, 2(6), 90-100.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2007). Addressing the mitigation paradox at the community level. In W. Martin, C. Raish, & B. Kent (Eds.), Wildfire risk: human perceptions and management implications. (pp. 64-80). Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Steelman, T. A. (2007). Burning lessons from California for N.C. News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], 14, A.
    Publication type: Editorial
  • Steelman, T. A. (2007). Energy demand issues in North Carolina. Boone: Institute for Emerging Issues for Competitiveness under Constraints: Choices for Energy and the Environment, Boone, NC.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A. (2007). The Monongahela controversy and decision. In Forests and forestry in the Americas: an encyclopedia.
    Publication type: Web site
  • Ascher, W., & Steelman, T. (2006). Valuation in the environmental policy process. Policy Sciences, 39(1), 73-90.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., & Rivera, J. (2006). Voluntary environmental programs in the United States - Whose interests are served?. Organization & Environment, 19(4), 505-526.
    Publication type: Article
  • Cherry, T., & Steelman, T. A. (2006). Energy primer: trends, tradeoffs and alternatives for North Carolina. Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Meeting.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Hess, G., Steelman, T. A., Beechwood, B., Cavalieri, S., Crooks, L., Doig, S., Norwood, C., Paxton, D., Schuster, G., & Trinks, M. (2006). Guided by planning, powered by people: open space protection in the Triangle. Raleigh: Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, College of Natural Resources, North Carolina State University.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A. (2006). Rural North Carolina need landfill alternative. Wilmington Star, .
    Publication type: Editorial
  • Steelman, T. A. (2006). Park politics in Raleigh. News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], .
    Publication type: Editorial
  • Steelman, T. A. (2006). Trimming wildfire's damage. News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], .
    Publication type: Editorial
  • Brunner, R., Steelman, T. A., Coe-Juell, L., Cromley, C. M., Edwards, C. A., & Tucker, D. W. (2005). Adaptive governance: integrating natural resource science, decision making and policy. New York: Columbia University Press.
    Publication type: Book
  • Steelman, T. A. (2005). Taking responsibility for special places. News and Observer [Raleigh, N.C.], .
    Publication type: Editorial
  • Martin, I. M., & Steelman, T. A. (2004). Using multiple methods to understand agency values and objectives: Lessons for public lands management. Policy Sciences, 37(1), 37-69.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., & Kunkel, G. F. (2004). Effective community responses to wildfire threats: Lessons from New Mexico. Society & Natural Resources, 17(8), 679-699.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., Kunkel, G., & Bell, D. (2004). Federal and state influence on community responses to wildfire threats: Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico. Journal of Forestry, 102(6), 21-27.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2004). The commons in the new millennium: Challenges and adaptation. Policy Sciences, 37(04-Mar), 371-376.
    Publication type: Review
  • Andrews, R., Bell, D., Cavalieri, S., Dixon, T., Dumond, M., Laffitte, L., Mance, K., Townsend, B., & Steelman, T. (2004). Partners for environmental justice: a history. Raleigh: Department of Forestry, College of Natural Resources, North Carolina State University.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Koontz, T., Steelman, T. A., Carmin, J., Smith Korfmacher, K., Moseley, C., & Thomas, C. (2004). Collaborative environmental management: what role for government?. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future.
    Publication type: Book
  • Steelman, T. A., Kunkel, G., & Bell, D. (2004). Innovative community responses to wildfire risk. Southwest Community Forestry Research Center Newsletter, (7), 1-2.
    Publication type: Article
  • Mandell, M., & Steelman, T. A. (2003). Understanding what can be accomplished through interorganizational relationships: the importance of typologies, context and management strategies. Public Management Review, 5(2), 197-224.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., & Kunkel, G. (2003). Community responses to wildland fire threats in New Mexico. In Technical brochure published April, 2003.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., Kunkel, G., & Bell, D. (2003). Addressing the wildfire threat: innovations by communities in Arizona, Colorado and New Mexico.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., Kunkel, G., & Bell, D. (2003). Community responses to wildland fire threats. .
    Publication type: Book
  • Steelman, T. A., & Carmin, J. (2002). Community based watershed remediation: Connecting organizational resources to social and substantive outcomes. In D. Rahm (Ed.), Toxic waste and environmental policy in the 21st century United States. Jefferson, NC: McFarland.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Steelman, T. A. (2002). Community-based involvement in biodiversity protection in the United States. In S. Stoll & T. O'Riordan (Eds.), Protecting the protected: managing biodiversity for sustainability. Cambridge University Press.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Steelman, T. A. (2002). Guide to sustainable development and environmental policy. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
    Publication type: Book
  • Steelman, T. A. (2002). Land protection in Colorado: a study of great outdoors Colorado. In Technical report for institute for policy Implementation. Denver: Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., & Wallace, R. L. (2001). Property rights and property wrongs: Why context matters in fisheries management. Policy Sciences, 34(3-4), 357-379.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2001). Elite and participatory policy making: finding balance in a case of national forest management. Policy Studies Journal, 29(2), 71-89.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2000). Innovation in local land protection: the case of Great Outdoors Colorado. American Behavioral Scientist, 44(4), 579-597.
    Publication type: Article
  • DeLeon, P., & Steelman, T. A. (2000). Making public policy programs effective and relevant: the role of the policy sciences. Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management, 19(4), 163-172.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (2000). Agency perceptions about public involvement in national forest management. In H. Addams and J. Proops (Eds.), Social discourse and environmental policy: An application of Q methodology. Cheltenham; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Pub.
    Publication type: Chapter
  • Kaplan, M., & Steelman, T. A. (2000). Matching carbon emission reduction projects to financing: building prototypes. Denver: Institute for Policy Implementation, Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Marshall, K., & Steelman, T. A. (2000). Task forces on early start projects for carbon emissions reductions: a report of the Brazil/U.S. Aspen Global Forum. Denver: Institute for Policy Implementation, Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A. (2000). Something is happening with Friends of the Cheat. In Community based environmental protection news on-line.
    Publication type: Web site
  • Steelman, T. A. (1999). The Once and future public policy program. Policy Currents, 9(2), 1-9.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A., & Maguire, L. (1999). Understanding participant perspectives: Q methodology in national forest management. Journal of Public Policy Analysis and Management, 18(3), 361-388.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (1999). The Public comment process: what does the public contribute to national forest management?. Journal of Forestry, 97(1), 22-26.
    Publication type: Article
  • Kaplan, M., & Steelman, T. A. (1999). Early start carbon emission reduction projects: challenge and opportunity. Denver: Institute for Policy Implementation, Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Kaplan, M., Steelman, T. A., & Wallis, A. (1999). Sprawl and growth management: problems, experience and opportunity. Denver: University of Colorado at Denver, Institute for Public Policy Implementation and Evaluation.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., & Carmin, J. (1998). Common property, collective action and community opposition?. Society & Natural Resources, 11(1998), 485-508.
    Publication type: Article
  • Kaplan, M., Cuciti, P., & Steelman, T. A. (1998). Post Kyoto strategies: the CDM, international cooperation and private sector participation. Denver: Institute for Policy Implementation, Graduate School of Public Affairs, University of Colorado at Denver.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., Page, B., & Burton, L. (1998). Change on the range: the challenge of regulating large-scale hog farming In Colorado. The Wirth Chair in Environmental and Community Development Policy Discussion Paper Series.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., & Ascher, W. (1997). Public involvement methods in natural resource policy making: advantages, disadvantages and tradeoffs. Policy Sciences, 30(2), 71-90.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (1997). Property rights or property wrongs? Property rights and sustainable fisheries management. The Wirth Chair in Environmental and Community Development Policy Discussion Paper Series.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A., Kang, S., Luten, K., & Wunderlich, K. (1997). Alamosa Ranch: creating and sustaining balance, a resource management proposal. Working Report for Colorado Division of Local Affairs and Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Programs, .
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (1996). Public participation in National Forest Management: a case study of the Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia. In Technical expertise and public decisions: proceedings from the 1996 International Symposium on Technology and Society. (Conference Proceedings, ) Princeton University.
    Publication type: Conference paper
  • Steelman, T. A. (1996). Congressional redistricting 1992: the loss of West Virginia's second district. Comparative State Politics, 17(1), 1-19.
    Publication type: Article
  • Steelman, T. A. (1992). Beneath the surface: surface mining regulation reform in West Virginia. In Cases in national rural studies. Center for Domestic Policy Studies, Princeton University.
    Publication type: Technical Reports
  • Steelman, T. A. (1992). Reconstructing a natural resource dependent economy: a case study of Preston County, West Virginia. In Cases in national rural studies. Center for Domestic Policy Studies, Princeton University.
    Publication type: Technical Reports