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Proceedings of the 1990 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, February 25-28, 1990, State Parks Management and Research Institute, Saratoga Springs, New York

edited by Thomas A. More [and others] ; compiled by Ann M. Rogers
Format
Book; Government Document
Published
[Radnor, Pa.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, 1990.
Language
English
Series
General Technical Report NE
Contents
  • Recreation in the 1990's / Steven H. Lewis
  • The challenge of recreation management in an era of increasing environmental stress from the perspective of a non-profit organization / Laura Loomis
  • State parks 2000 / William C. Forrey
  • The relationship between quality of recreation opportunities and support for recreation funding / Robert E. Manning and Rodney Zwick
  • Outdoor recreation and environmental concern: a further exploration / Edward A. Bikales and Robert E. Manning
  • Boy Scout use of public lands: implications for communications and management strategies / Gail A. Vander Stoep
  • Individual choice behavior in the use of common-property recreation resources: effects of motivational orientation and multiple resource options / David K. Loomis
  • Utilization of trends in visitor use, facilities available, vehicle registration, and license sales as outdoor recreation demand indicators / Thomas J. Cieslinski
  • Public reacreation on nonindustrial private forestlands (NIPF) in the 1990's / John J. Lindsay
  • An observational study of the social and behavioral dimensions of a park area / David S. Solan
  • Rural resident values and attitudes toward tourism / Rodney P. Zwick
  • Community typology model / Malcolm I. Bevins
  • Economic impacts associated with whitewater boating on the upper Youghiogheny River / Richard J. Gitelson and Alan Graefe
  • Condominium development in the White Mountains
  • How will it impact recreation management on the White Mountain National Forest? / Frederick T. Kacprzynski
  • Residents' perception of recreation development and land use within the Adirondack Park / Robert B. Buerger and Thoms E. Pasquarello
  • The effects of the individual, spatial accessibility and activity on recreational travel demand / Robert S. Bristow
  • Market share analysis of selected recreation activities in the northeastern United States: 1979-1987 / Rodney B. Warnick.
  • Effective management of parks and recreation information / Jay Beaman, Ed Thomson and Mary L. Cotter
  • Monitoring for quality control in New Hampshire State Parks / Bradford N. Williamson, Jerry J. Vaske and Maureen Donnelly
  • Automated market information gathering in the Canadian Parks Service / Greg Danchuk
  • The economics of wildlife reintroduction / Thomas A. More, Ronald J. Glass and Thomas H. Stevens
  • Quelling controversy through public relations
  • implementing a controlled moose hunt / Dixie Sherrod
  • Pennsylvania trout fishing: a consideration of specialization and social interaction / R.J. Steele, Steve Burr and Deb Iaicone
  • Sportfishing in New York State: trends toward the year 2010 / Chad P. Dawson and Tommy L. Brown
  • Norm activation and the acceptance of behavioral restrictions among oversand vehicle users / Jerry J. Vaske, Maureen P. Donnelly and Robert D. Deblinger
  • Delaware beaches, a valuable resource: perspectives of property owners, resort merchants and realtors in Sussex County, Delaware / James M. Falk
  • Factors affecting boating satisfaction: a replication and comparative analysis / Ellen B. Drogin, Alan R. Graefe and John Titre
  • Monitoring daily boating use at a new urban lake / John F. Dwyer, Herbert W. Schroeder, Richard L. Buck and David McGinty
  • Recreation lake management
  • aquatic plant removal study / John T. Watts and Robert W. Douglass
  • Aesthetics of the northeastern forest: the influence of season and time since harvest / James F. Palmer
  • Factors influencing posting of private nonindustrial forests in the northeast / Donald F. Dennis
  • Passive trail management in northeastern alpine zones: a case study / Joseph E. Doucette and Kenneth D. Kimball
  • Attitudes and resource use: a study of north country citizens / A.E. Luloff, F.E. Schmidt and H.E. Echelberger.
Description
207 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm.
Notes
  • Sponsors: USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, University of New Hampshire, the Pennsylvania State University, National Society for Park Resources, Society of American Foresters Recreation Working Group.
  • Includes bibliographical references.
Series Statement
General technical report NE ; 145
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