Publications and Research

Author:

Pardo, Kathryn. “Fact or Fiction: Indonesian Sustainable Palm Oil.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). February 2014. http://www.izilwane.org/fact-or-fiction-indonesian-sustainable-palm-oil.html.

Pardo, Kathryn. “In Palm Oil’s Wake: an interview with Robert Hii.” National Geographic News Watch. Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). September 2013. http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2013/09/09/in-palm-oils-wake-an-interview-with-robert-hii/.

Pardo, Kathryn and Jessica Schmonsky. “How Craft Beer Can Save the World.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). June 2013. http://www.izilwane.org/how-craft-beer-can-save-the-world.html.

Pardo, Kathryn. “Peel ‘n’ Eat in Cedar Key. Florida.” Matador Network (March 2013). http://matadornetwork.com/notebook/peel-n-eat-in-cedar-key-florida-postcard/.

Pardo, Kathryn. “Teenaged Climber Takes Growing Up to New Heights.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). January 2013. http://www.izilwane.org/teenaged-climber-takes-growing-up-to-new-heights.html.

Pardo, Kathryn. “Ethical Ecotourism and Sustainable Development.” Development-centred Globalization: Towards Inclusive and Sustainable Growth and Development. United Nations Conference on Trade and Development XIII, pp. 118-121. http://www.isyscom.com/pdf/unctad-xiii_web.pdf.

Pardo, Kathryn. “My Pantanal (a review).” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). March 2012. http://www.izilwane.org/my-pantanal.html.

Pardo, Kathryn and Joel Quimby (photographer). “Expedition: Madagascar.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). January 2012. http://www.izilwane.org/expedition-fossa.html.

Pardo, Kathryn. “Newcomers and Conservationists and the New Face of Wildlife Filmmaking.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). October 2011. http://www.izilwane.org/newcomers-and-conservationists-and-the-new-face-of-wildlife-filmmaking-a-report-from-the-2011-jacks.html.

Pardo, Kathryn and Beth Henry (photographer). “In Africa’s Wake.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). May 2011. http://www.izilwane.org/in-africas-wake.html.

Pardo, Kathryn. “Tourist Traps and Security Situations.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). April 2011. http://www.izilwane.org/tourist-traps-and-security-situations.html.

Pardo, Kathryn and Geraint Smith (photographer). “For the Birds.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). February 2011. http://www.izilwane.org/geraint-smith1.html.

Pardo, Kathryn and Robert Katz (photographer). “The Galapagos.” Voices for Biodiversity (Izilwane). January 2011. http://www.izilwane.org/the-galapagos.html.

Pardo, Kathryn (as the author of Celebrating Themeless Discontinuity). “An ‘Underground’ Jazz Club in Cincinnati, Ohio.” OneTravel. November 2010. http://onetravelbloggers.com/2010/11/09/2852/.

Center for State of the Parks (as Kat Byerly). Alcatraz Island: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. August 2010. http://www.npca.org/about-us/center-for-park-research/stateoftheparks/alcatraz/.

Center for State of the Parks (as Kat Byerly). Carl Sandburg National Historic Site: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. December 2009. http://www.npca.org/about-us/center-for-park-research/stateoftheparks/carl_sandburg/NPCA_CARL_report.pdf.

McPherson, Erin and Kat Byerly. “The Challenge of Ethnography.” George Wright Forum, vol. 26, No. 1. November 2009. http://www.georgewright.org/263mcpherson.pdf.

McPherson, Erin and Kat Byerly. “Five Challenges to Cultural Resources in Our National Parks.” Cultural Resources and Historic Preservation Committee Report. The National Parks Second Century Commission. October 2009.

McPherson, Erin, Kat Byerly and Kathy Norris. Ethnographic Resources in National Parks. Poster presentation at “Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: the 2009 George Wright Society biennial conference on parks, protected areas, and cultural sites.” March 2009.

Byerly, Kathryn. Politics and Nomads: a comparative approach to sedentarisation policies regarding nomadic pastoralists in North Africa. Master’s thesis. University of Edinburgh. September 2008.

Byerly, Kathryn. Tourist Traps and Security Situations: has ecotourism been effective in Egypt? Paper given at Moving Forward: the 5th College of Arts and Social Sciences Postgraduate Conference. University of Aberdeen. June 2008.

Byerly, Kathryn. A Traditional Use Study of the Seven Treaty Tribes Associated with Yellowstone National Park. Research report regarding traditional uses of various natural resources for the Yellowstone Center for Resources. September 2007.

Byerly, Kathryn. Wickiup Survey: Shoshone National Forest. Field report for the Department of the Interior, the National Park Service, and the Yellowstone Center for Resources. December 2006.

Larkin, Hanna and Kathryn Byerly. Wickiup Survey: Yellowstone National Park. Field report for the Department of the Interior, the National Park Service, and the Yellowstone Center for Resources. December 2006.


Researcher:

Center for State of the Parks. The State of America’s National Parks. National Parks Conservation Association. June 2011.

Center for State of the Parks. Grand Canyon National Park: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. August 2010.

Center for State of the Parks. Kings Mountain National Military Park: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. June 2010.

Center for State of the Parks. Ninety-Six National Historic Site: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. June 2010.

Center for State of the Parks. Cowpens National Battlefield: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. June 2010.

Center for State of the Parks. Great Basin National Park: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. March 2009.

Center for State of the Parks. Capitol Reef National Park: a resource assessment. National Parks Conservation Association. Not published.

White, David, Ph.D. A Review of Historical and Ethnographic Literature Pertaining to “Wickiups” (Conical Timber Lodges) Within Bridger-Teton National Forest, Shoshone National Forest, Grand Teton National Park, and Yellowstone National Park. Applied Cultural Dynamics, 2006.


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