Professor Charles C. Harris

Professor Harris has research and courses on a wide variety of topics, including: the human dimensions of ecosystem management and restoration ecology; the impacts of resource management activities and policies on rural communities; social impact assessment and deliberative public input processes; resource management, policy, and planning; the organizational psychology of resource management; and natural resource tourism, impacts, and market analysis. Professor Harris' publications have been cited on such topics as sense of place, place-based value mapping and resource planning, organizational change in resource management agencies, impacts on resource-dependent communities, and recreation user fees.

The human dimension in natural resources

Professor of Environmental Management, Policy & Planning
Natural Resources & Society
College of Natural Resources
University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-1139 USA

Human Dimensions of Restoration Ecology
(CSS 572, 3 credits, online)

Decision-making for Watershed Management
(CSS 573, 3 credits, online)
Practicum in Restoration Ecology (CSS 580, 2 credits, online)