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A behavioral intervention tool for recreation managersAuthor(s): S.M. Burn; P.L. Winter
Source: Park Science 31(1): 5-15
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Southwest Research Station
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DescriptionDepreciative behaviors and other undesirable recreationist actions continue to be a topic of great interest for recreation management (fig. 1). Maintaining park ecosystems involves responding to and preventing damage from depreciative recreationist behavior, and recreation managers are charged with developing and selecting eff ective tools to address the costly and perplexing impacts of undesirable recreationist behavior.
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CitationBurn, S.M.; Winter, P.L. 2008. A behavioral intervention tool for recreation managers. Park Science 31(1): 5-15.
KeywordsDepreciative behavior, intervention tool, recreation management
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