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Think bigger: statewide wildfire risk perceptions in Idaho, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), 2016,
Think bigger: statewide wildfire risk perceptions in Idaho”, Annual Conference, 2016, Portland, OR
Left out from wildfires mitigation: Does university's population think different? - Rethinking mitigation effort communication, 13th International Wildland Fire Safety Summit and 4th Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire, 2015, Portland, OR
Ranching with Fire: Livelihoods, Resiliency and Adaptive Capacity of Rural Idaho, 13th International Wildland Fire Safety Summit and 4th Human Dimensions of Wildland Fire, 2015, Portland, OR
Specialization in planning education: Strengthening the relationship between graduate planning education and successful planning careers, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP), 2015, Portland, OR
Florence Neymotin & Thomas Wuerzer (2017). Mandated Volunteering and Community Success: Effects on School Dropout Rates. The Empirical Economics Letters 16(10), pp. 985-993.
Susan Mason, D Holley, Amit Jain, A Wells, Thomas Wuerzer, & Alark Joshi (2016). An experiment-based methodology to understand the dynamics of group decision making. Socio-Economic Planning Sciences 56(special edition on Social Network Modelling), pp. 14-26.
Kyle McCormick & Thomas Wuerzer (2016). Ranching with Fire and Rangeland Fire Protection Associations: Livelihoods, resiliency, and adaptive capacity of rural Idaho. The Western Planner (July/ August), pp. 9-13.
S Miller, Eric Lindquist, Jaap Vos, Thomas Wuerzer, Molly Mowery, B Stephens, & A Grad (2016). Planning for Wildfire in the Wildland-Urban Interface. The Advocate (Idaho Bar Association) 42(59), pp. 42-48.
Thomas Wuerzer, Vanessa Fry, & Carl Anderson (2015). Out of reach? Food access in Ada County, Idaho. The Blue Review (Special edition on food issues), pp. .
Thomas Wuerzer & Susan Mason (2015). Cycling willingness: Investigating distance as a dependent variable in cycling behavior among college students. Applied Geography 60(June), pp. 95-106.
Thomas Wuerzer & Susan Mason (2014). Retail Gravitation and Economic Impact: A Market-Driven Analytical Framework for Bike Share Station Location Analysis in the U.S.. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation 10(3), pp. .
L Ransdell, S Mason, Thomas Wuerzer, & KaMan Leung (2013). Predictors of Cycling in College Students. Journal of American College Health 61(5), pp. 274-284.