Jordan Fox Besek
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The impacts of technology: a re-evaluation of the STIRPAT model
JA McGee, MT Clement, JF Besek
Environmental Sociology 1 (2), 81-91, 2015
Introducing the ecological explosion: A cross-national analysis of invasive species and economic development
JF Besek, JA McGee
International Journal of Sociology 44 (1), 75-93, 2014
Toward a sociology of biodiversity loss
JF Besek, R York
Social Currents 6 (3), 239-254, 2019
Perceived influence and response of river users to invasive bighead and silver carp in the Illinois River
MM Spacapan, JF Besek, GG Sass
Technical Report INHS 2016 (20), 2016
Neoliberal Niagara? Examining the political history of fish consumption advisories in New York State
JF Besek
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 33 (2), 281-295, 2015
Invasive uncertainties: environmental change and the politics of limited science
J Besek
Environmental Sociology 5 (4), 416-427, 2019
Water quality related to Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) and cropland areas: Evidence from multi-temporal remote sensing
D Yin, L Wang, Z Zhu, SS Clark, Y Cao, J Besek, N Dai
International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 96, 102272, 2021
Critical environmental justice studies through the veil
JF Besek, EE Robinson, AL Rosenbloom
Environmental Justice 13 (3), 86-90, 2020
Is urbanization good for the climate? A cross-county analysis of impervious surface, affluence, and the carbon intensity of well-being
PT Greiner, DA Shtob, JF Besek
Socius 6, 2378023119896896, 2020
Breaking the Divide: Setting Environmental Precedent in the Chicago River
J Besek, D Shtob
Law & Policy, 2019
WEB Du Bois and interdisciplinarity: A comprehensive picture of the scholar’s approach to natural science
JF Besek, PT Greiner, B Clark
Journal of Classical Sociology 21 (2), 144-164, 2021
On the Environmental Embeddedness of Redneck Identity and Politics: The Original Redneck Fishin’Tournament and Invasive Species in a Rural Community
JF Besek, J Cunningham
Sociologia Ruralis 60 (2), 394-413, 2020
On the Interactive Nature of Place-Making: Modifying Growth Machine Theory to Capture the Spatial and Temporal Connections that Spawned the Asian Carp Invasion
JF Besek
The Sociological Quarterly, 1-22, 2020
Social Evolution and Environmental Context: Explanative Pluralism and Potentiality
R York, JF Besek
Sociological Inquiry 89 (2), 317-338, 2019
On the Historicity of Social and Ecological Change: From the Asian Carp Invasion to the Reversal of the Chicago River
J Besek
University of Oregon, 2017
Book Review - The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History by Elizabeth Kolbert
JF Besek
Human Ecology Review 20 (2), 185-188, 2014
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