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Volume 4: Wilderness Visitors, Experiences, and Visitor Management

Author Document Title
Volume Abstract
David N. Cole
Stephen F. McCool
Wilderness Visitors, Experiences, and Visitor Management
1. Overviews
Edwin E. Krumpe The Role of Science in Wilderness Planning—A State-of-Knowledge Review
Robert E. Manning
David W. Lime
Defining and Managing the Quality of Wilderness Recreation Experiences
Alan E. Watson Wilderness Use in the Year 2000: Societal Changes That Influence Human Relationships With Wilderness
2. Wilderness Visitors
Jeffrey R. Behan
Merton T. Richards
Martha E. Lee
How do Visitor Density and Anthropogenic Change in Frontcountry Wilderness Settings Affect Recreation Benefits?
Gordon R. Cessford Noise Impact Issues on the Great Walks of New Zealand
Neal A. Christensen
David N. Cole
Leave-No-Trace Practices: Behaviors and Preferences of Wilderness Visitors Regarding Use of Cookstoves and Camping Away From Lakes
Mae A. Davenport
Wayne A. Freimund
William T. Borrie
Robert E. Manning
William A. Valliere
Benjamin Wang
Examining Winter Visitor Use in Yellowstone National Park
Chad P. Dawson
Alan E. Watson
Measures of Wilderness Trip Satisfaction and User Perceptions of Crowding
Randy Gimblett
Terry Daniel
Michael J. Meitner
An Individual-Based Modeling Approach to Simulating Recreation Use in Wilderness Settings
Alan R. Graefe
Brijesh Thapa
John J. Confer
James D. Absher
Relationships Between Trip Motivations and Selected Variables Among Allegheny National Forest Visitors
Troy Hall
David Cole
An Expanded Perspective on Displacement: A Longitudinal Study of Visitors to Two Wildernesses in the Cascade Mountains of Oregon
Karen S. Hockett
Troy E. Hall
Visitors’ Knowledge of Federal Wilderness: Implications for Wilderness User Research and Management
Amy F. Hoss
Mark W. Brunson
Meanings and Implications of Acceptability Judgments for Wilderness Use Impacts
Kristopher J. Lah Developing Social Standards for Wilderness Encounters in Mount Rainier National Park: Manager-Defined Versus Visitor-Defined Standards
Steven R. Martin Donations as an Alternative to Wilderness User Fees—The Case of the Desolation Wilderness
Meghan K. Papenfuse
Joseph W. Roggenbuck
Troy E. Hall
The Rise of the Day Visitor in Wilderness: Should Managers be Concerned?
Chad D. Pierskalla
Dorothy H. Anderson
David W. Lime

Examining Leisure Event Opportunities of Isle Royale National Park: Bridging the Gap Between Social Process and Spatial Form

Ingrid Schneider Response to Conflict Among Wilderness Visitors
Ingrid Schneider
Christopher LaPointe
Sharon Stievater
Perceptions of and Preferences for Fee Program Dollar Utilization Among Wilderness Visitors
Rudy Schuster
William Hammitt
Effective Coping Strategies in Stressful Outdoor Recreation Situations: Conflict on the Ocoee River
Paul Twardock
Christopher Monz
Recreational Kayak Visitor Use, Distribution, and Financial Value of Beaches in Western Prince William Sound, Alaska, Between 1987 and 1998
Cynthia A. Warzecha
David W. Lime
Jerrilyn L. Thompson
Visitors’ Relationship to the Resource: Comparing Place Attachment in Wildland and Developed Settings
3. Information and Education
Chuck Burgess Wilderness on the Internet: Identifying Wilderness Information Domains
John J. Confer
Andrew J. Mowen
Alan R. Graefe
James D. Absher
Magazines as Wilderness Information Sources: Assessing Users’ General Wilderness Knowledge and Specific Leave No Trace Knowledge
James A. Harding
William T. Borrie
David N. Cole
Factors That Limit Compliance With Low-Impact Recommendations
William W. Hendricks Attitudes Toward Roles in a Wilderness Education Program
Stephen F. McCool
David N. Cole
Communicating Minimum Impact Behavior With Trailside Bulletin Boards: Visitor Characteristics Associated  With Effectiveness
Roy Ramthun
Lynda Kersey
Jim Rogers
Information Collection Styles of Wilderness Users: A Market Segmentation Approach
William Stewart
David Cole
Robert Manning
William Valliere
Jonathan Taylor
Martha Lee
Preparing for a Day Hike at Grand Canyon: What Information Is Useful?
4. Visitor Management
Joe L. Ashor Monitoring Social Indicators in the Bear Trap Canyon Wilderness 1988–1998
John B. Davis
Mark Lindvall
Standards of Quality for River Use Within the Fort Niobrara Wilderness Area
Linda Merigliano
Bryan Smith
Keeping Wilderness Wild: Increasing Effectiveness With Limited Resources
John A. Sacklin
Kristin L. Legg
M. Sarah Creachbaum
Clifford L. Hawkes
George Helfrich
Winter Visitor Use Planning in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks
5. Dialogue Session Summaries
Kari Gunderson
Christopher V. Barns
William W. Hendricks
Wilderness Education: An Updated Review of the Literature and New Directions for Research and Practice
John L. Heywood Current Approaches to Norms Research
Christopher Monz
Joseph Roggenbuck
David Cole
Richard Brame
Andrew Yoder
Wilderness Party Size Regulations: Implications for Management and a Decisionmaking Framework

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