Studies in Outdoor Recreation: Search and Research for Satisfaction
The first book to integrate the social science literature on outdoor recreation has been completely updated to reflect current research and new concerns. The book is a standard text in courses and an invaluable reference for park and recreation managers.
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Use and Users
An Organizational Framework
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approach backcountry campers campgrounds camping campsite canoeists carrying capacity Chapter characteristics concept Deer hunters defined developed differences diversity effective encounters environment environmental ethnicity evaluation example floaters focused Forest Service Research framework Graefe Hammitt Heberlein Hendee hikers impacts important indicator variables indicators and standards indicators of quality indirect management information and education Journal of Leisure Journal of Park Leisure Research Leisure Sciences Lime literature Lucas management objectives McCool measures National Park National Park Service natural environment norms Northeastern Recreation Research number of studies outdoor recreation activities outdoor recreation areas outdoor recreation research Park and Recreation perceived crowding Proceedings Recreation Administration recreation conflict recreation experience recreation management practices Recreation Research Symposium recreationists relationships respondents Roggenbuck satisfaction Schreyer Service General Technical Service Research Paper Shelby socioeconomic standards of quality Stankey substitutability suggests survey Technical Report trail types U.S. Forest Service USDA Forest Service users variables Vaske wilderness areas