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Proceedings of the 2007 northeastern recreation research symposium

Author(s):

Christine, comps Vogt

Year:

2008

Publication type:

General Technical Report - Proceedings

Primary Station(s):

Northern Research Station

Source:

Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-23. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 310 p.

Description

Contains articles and posters presented at the 2007 northeastern recreation research symposium. Contents cover tourism marketing, fish and wildlife, place meaning, leisure and gender, recreation resource allocation, nature-based tourism, methods, leisure motives, outdoor recreation management, tourism impacts, outdoor recreation among specific populations, leisure constraints, environmental attitudes and values, leisure cognition, environmental education and experimental learning, wildland-urban interface issues, and attribute evaluation and preference.

Market segmentation using perceived constraints
Anticipated educational outcomes: a case study of the outdoor recreation consortium experience
An aging population: relationships between socio-demographics, motivations and participation
Time allocation and cultural complexity: leisure time use across twelve cultures
Toward a theory of partnership as context for a theory of leisure
Factors that attract and repel visitation to urban recreation sites: a framework for research
Running uphill: urbanization, conflict, and visitor use at Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park
Men's wilderness experience and spirituality: further explorations
Place meanings and critical issues in Grand Teton National Park
Forest landscape assessment: the effects of pre-experience education on public perception of scenic beauty
Residents' values and fuels management approaches
Cultural and recreational centers: how they influence where housing is built
The northeastern area's objectives and beliefs toward national forests and grasslands
Destinations and accommodations--how linked are they from a customer's perspective?
Sense of place along a scenic byway in Maine
Exploring the effect of experience use history and place bonding on resource substitution
Recreation-related values, attitudes, and beliefs of business owners in the Saranac Lakes region of New York State's Adirondack Park
Forest fuels treatments for wildlife management: do local recreation users agree?
Natural resources research and management issues: 2007
Fishing for improvements: managing fishing by boat on New York City water supply reservoirs and lakes
The effect of perceptions of support for autonomy, relatedness, and competence on interest in camp for adolescent girls
The influence of gender on participation for nonresidential birdwatchers in New York State
Comparative analysis of partnership behaviors in the National Park Service
Travel trends in New England and the Northeast United States: updating post 9-11 trends
Visitors' perceptions of tourism development in West Virginia
The Massachusetts Community Preservation Act: factors influencing acceptance
Public recreation and neighborhood sense of community: an exploration of a hypothesized relationship
Questioning the continuum: specialization in rock climbing
Modeling recreation participants' willingness to substitute using multi-attribute indicators
An exploratory study of OHV riders in New York State: findings and implications for management
Management of a river recreation resource: the Lower Kananaskis River--a case study
Transcontinental wilderness survey: comparing perceptions between wilderness users in the eastern and western United States
Analysis of strength-of-preference measures in dichotomous choice models
A role for first-person science in recreation research
Pilot testing a methodology to measure the marginal increase in economic impact of rural tourism sites
Methodological innovations for measuring economic impacts of long-distance recreation trails
Public attitudes about financing municipal recreation
The effectiveness of a four-hour challenge course on leadership efficacy and work efficacy
Environmental education as a catalyst for behavior change: a study of the effects of Coastwatch Magazine on subscriber environmental knowledge and behavior
Understanding recreational events and restorative character at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy
Consideration of historical authenticity in heritage tourism planning and development
Management perceptions of off-highway vehicle use on national forest system lands in Appalachia
An exploration of self-efficacy as a motivation for rock climbing and its impact on frequency of climbs

Citation

LeBlanc, Cherie; Vogt, Christine, comps. 2008. Proceedings of the 2007 northeastern recreation research symposium. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-23. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. 310 p.

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