Fraser M. Shilling
Department of Environmental Science and Policy
University of California, Davis
Shilling, F.M., A.B. White, L. Lippert, and M.N. Lubell (in press). Contaminated fish consumption in California�s Central Valley Delta. Environmental Research.
Shilling, F.M. (2009). Fishing for justice, or just fishing? Ecology Law Currents, Journal of UC Berkeley School of Law, 36: 205-211.
Sze, J., J.K. London, F.M. Shilling, M.L. Cadenaso (2009). Defining and contesting environmental justice: Socio-natures and the politics of scale in the Delta. Antipode, 41(4): 807-843.
Shilling, F.M., R. Llevanos, and J.K. London (2009). Marginalization by collaboration: Environmental justice as a third party in and beyond CALFED. Environmental Science and Policy, 12: 694-709.
Shilling, F.M. (2007). Repairing road impacts on landscape connectivity. Transactions of the Western Section of the Wildlife Society, 43: 11-18.
Shilling, F.M. and R. Harris (2007). Effectiveness monitoring by California community watershed groups. IMPACT (American Water Resources Association), Volume 9(5): 21-24.
Shilling, F.M. and E. Girvetz (2007). Barriers to implementing a wildland network. Landscape and Urban Planning. Volume 80(1-2): 165-172.
PDF versions of these articles are available upon request
|Fraser M. Shillingemail@example.com|
|Department of Environmental Science and Policy||Phone: (530) 752-7859|
|University of California||Fax: (530) 752-3350|
|Davis, CA 95616-8576|
Recent Courses and Seminars
�Improving Community and Landscape Connectivity� (2-unit graduate seminar), Transportation Studies Program, University of California, Davis, 2009 (Fall).
"Road Ecology: Road Effect Zone" (2-unit graduate seminar), Transportation Studies Program, University of California, Davis, 2008 (Winter).
"Road Ecology" (4-unit graduate course), Transportation Studies Program, University of California, Davis, 2007 (Spring).
Research Interests and Projects
I have 3 main areas of research: environmental pollution and policy, transportation & landscape ecology, and indicator system for whole system condition reporting. I am Co-Director of the Road Ecology Center and member of the Environmental Justice Project and of the Information Center for the Environment. I support graduate students and others in each of my research areas and am always open to more. My research is extramurally funded through grants and contracts, from local, state, and federal sources. Recent studies and publications of mine have addressed environmental justice issues associated with Bay-Delta decision-making and contamination, connectivity assessment and planning at multiple geographic scales and with changing impacts, and development of multi-metric system for evaluating the condition of combined social, environmental, and economic systems.
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