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Park Studies Laboratory

Conferences

Yosemite National Park campsite

Conferences and symposia in which faculty, staff, and students of the Park Studies Laboratory have participated.

24th Annual Northeastern Recreational Research Symposium, Bolton Landing, New York, April 1-3, 2012.

Laura Anderson, Lisa Chase, and David Kestenbaum, Green certification for tourism travel: Comparing pilot program participants and nonparticipants.

Peter Pettengill and Robert Manning, Measuring and Managing the Quality of Scenic Highway Travel: From Transportation to Recreation.

Nathan Reigner, Jillian Spies, Robert Manning and Jeremy Wimpey, Transcending Place Specificity: Integrating Spatial and Social Data for Park and Recreation Management.

William Valliere, Robert Manning, and Peter Pettengill, Evaluating Management Alternatives: A Stated-Choice Analysis of the Denali Park Road Experience.

17th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Madison, Wisconsin, June 4-8, 2011.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, Peter Pettengill, Nathan Reigner, and William Valliere, Indicators and Standards of Quality for Transportation in Park and Tourism Settings: Differences by Trip Purpose and Travel Context.

Peter Pettengill, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Travel Mode Choice at Yosemite National Park: A Stated-Preference Study With and Without an Environmental Message.

Nathan Reigner, Jeremy Wimpey, Robert Manning, and Bret Meldrum, A Spatial Method for Monitoring Indicators of Visitor Use and Experiential Quality in Parks.

Selcuk Sayan, Daniel Krymkowski, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Cross-cultural Comparisons of Crowding Norms in National Parks.

William Valliere, Robert Manning, and Peter Pettengill, Evaluating Management Alternatives: A Stated-Choice Analysis of the Denali Park Road Experience.

Transportation Research Board, 91st Annual Meeting, Washington D.C., January 22-26, 2012.

Peter Pettengill, Brian Lee, Robert Manning, Traveler Perspectives of Greenway Quality in Northern New England.

 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, New York, NY, February 24-28, 2012.

Nathan Reigner, Jeremy Wimpey, Robert Manning, and Jillian Spies, Developing Spatial Metrics for Crowding and Recreation Experiences.

23rd Annual Northeastern Recreational Research Symposium, Bolton Landing, New York, April 10-12, 2011.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Experience use history and paddler perceptions, motivations, and support for management practices.

Peter Pettengill, Robert Manning, Laura Anderson, William Valliere, and Nathan Reigner, Transportation as recreation: extending the recreation opportunity spectrum.

The George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas and Cultural Sites, March 14-18, 2011.

Nathan Reigner, Robert Manning, Steve Lawson, Mike Savidge, Amy Brees. Alternative Indicators of Crowding at Alcatraz Island: A Comparative Study.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Daniel Laven, Robert Manning, Nora Mitchell. Beyond Outreach: Practicing Deep Engagement in Youth Programming.

Brett Kiser, Steve Lawson, Nathan Reigner, Robert Manning, Bret Meldrum, and Dave Pettebone. Pedestrian Modeling to Simulate Transportation: Visitor Experience Relationships for Capacity Management at Attraction Sites.

Nathan Reigner, Robert Manning, William Valliere, Peter Petengill, Steve Lawson, Brett Kiser, Bret Merdrum, Davie Pettebone. Visitor Evaluation of Indicators of Quality for Integrated Transportation and Capacity Management, Yosemite National Park.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, Peter Pettengill, Nathan Reigner, William Valliiere. Indicators and Standards of Quality for Transportation in National Parks: Does Trip Purpose Matter?

Jeffrey Hallo, Robert Manning. Visitors' Potential Use and Perceptions of a Proposed Transit System at Cumberland Island National Seashore.

Peter Pettengill, Robert Manning, William Valliere. Tavel Mode Choice at Yosemite National Park: A Stated-Preference Study.

Steve Lawson, Janet Choi, Nathan Reigner, Robert Manning, Michael Savidge, Mia Monroe. Alternative Transportation Planning and Experiential Quality in Muir Woods: An Application of Simulation Modeling.

Lelaina Martin, Peter Newman, Robert Manning, Jerry Vaske, Dave Stack. Motivation and Acceptability Norms of Human-caused Sound in Muir Woods National Monument.

Adam Beeco, Jeffrey Hallo, Robert Manning. Using GPS to Understand Use Patterns and Impacts of Water-based Recreation.

Lake Champlain 2010: Our Lake, Our Future Conference, Burlington, VT, June 7-8, 2010.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, Christopher Monz, Kelly Goonan, and William Valliere, Social and Ecological Dimensions of Paddling on Lake Champlain.

Fifth International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, Wageningen, The Netherlands, May 30- June 3, 2010.

Robert Manning, Laura Anderson, Peter Pettengill, Nathan Reigner, William Valliere. Integrating Transportation and Outdoor Recreation through Indicators and Standards of Quality/Levels of Service.

22nd Annual Northeastern Recreational Research Symposium, Bolton Landing, New York, April 11-13, 2010.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, William Valliere, Christopher Monz, and Kelly Goonan, Indicators and Standards of Quality for Paddling on Lake Champlain.

Kelly Goonan, Christopher Monz, Robert Manning, and Laura Anderson, Campsite Impacts Along the Lake Champlain Paddlers' Trail, Lake Champlain, USA.

Steven Lawson and Nathan Reigner, Modeling Relationships among Visitor Use, Safety, and Crowding on the Half Dome Cables Route in Yosemite National Park.

Peter Pettengill, Robert Manning, Laura Anderson, and William Valliere.  Indicators and Standards of Quality in Acadia National Park: Exploring a Multi-modal Transportation Experience.

Nathan Reigner, Steven Lawson, and Robert Manning, Simulation Modeling for Monitoring and Adaptive Management of Visitor Use and Experiential Quality in Muir Woods National Monument.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Daniel Laven, and Nora Mitchell, Engaging Communities of Color in the National Parks: Identifying Promising Practices to
Developing and Running Programs to Engage Diverse Youth.

William Valliere and Robert Manning, Research to Support Analysis and Management of Carrying Capacity on Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park, Maine.

15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Vienna, Austria, July 5-8, 2009.

Carena J. van Riper, Robert E. Manning, Christopher Monz and Kelly A. Goonan. Managing recreation on mountain summits in the Northern Forest.

21st Annual Northeastern Recreational Research Symposium, Bolton Landing, New York, March 28-31, 2009.

William Valliere and Robert Manning, Norm Stability at Alcatraz Island: Effects of Time and Changing Conditions.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, William Valliere, and Jeffrey Hallo, Normative Standards for Wildlife Viewing in Park sand Protected Areas.

Peter Pettengill, Robert Manning, William Valliere, and Laura Anderson, Standards of Quality and Levels of Service: Bridging the Gap between Efficiency and Sustainability in the context of Transportation for Tourism.

Fourth International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, Montecatini Terme, Italy, October 14-19, 2008

Robert Manning, Norm Crystallization: Measurement and Comparative Analysis.

Peter Newman, Robert Manning, and Kurt Fristrup, Managing Soundscapes in National Parks: An Adaptive Management Approach in Muir Woods National Monument, California.

University of Vermont Graduate Student Research Symposium, Burlington, VT, October 9-10, 2008

Kelly Goonan, Robert Manning, Jane Kolondinsky, Bill Keeton, Recreation-Related Ecological Conditions of Mountain Summits in the Northern Forest: A Framework for Management.

Carena van Riper, Robert Manning, Ruth Mickey, and Curt Ventriss, Tradeoffs among Resource, Social, and Managerial Conditions on Mountain Summits of the Northern Forest.

14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management June 9-14, 2008, Burlington, Vermont.

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Indicators and Standards of Quality Across Space and Time: A Comparison of Peak and Non-peak Time Visitors to High and Low Use Sites within Acadia National Park.

Kelly Goonan, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Research to Guide Trail Management at Acadia National Park.

Jeffrey Hallo and Robert Manning, Quantifying Quality: An Experiential Carrying Capacity for the Denali National Park Road.

Daniel Krymkowski, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Norm Crystallization: A Comparative Analysis.

Dave Stack, Peter Newman, Robert Manning, Adam Gibson, Kurt Fristrup, and Michael J Savidge, Application of Adaptive Management to the Protection of Natural Sounds at Muir Woods National Monument.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Daniel Laven and Nora Mitchell, What's in a Program? Designing an Evaluation Logic Model for National Park Service 21st Century Relevancy Programs.

Chris Monz, Kelly Goonan, and Robert Manning, Relationships between Visitor Use Patterns and Resource Conditions on Mountain Summits: A Case Study on Cascade Mountain, Adirondack Park, NY.

William Valliere and Robert Manning, Research to Support Analysis and Management of Carrying Capacity at Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge.

Carena van Riper and Noel Healy, Perceptions of the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Student Forum.

Carena van Riper, Introduction to the Student Forum.

Organized Sessions:

Jim Bacon, Robert Manning, and Glenn Haas, Principles for Addressing Carrying Capacity: Building Common Ground

Robert E Manning, Lisa Chase, and Adel Sadek, Conceptual and Empirical Models of Sustainable Transportation for Tourism.

20th Annual Northeastern Recreational Research Symposium, March 30-April 1, 2008. Bolton Landing, New York. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the following papers:

Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, A Comparison of Crowding Norms among Peak & Non-peak Visitors to Three Popular Sites in Acadia National Park.

Kelly Goonan, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Research to Guide Trail Management at Acadia National Park.

Jeffrey Hallo, Robert Manning, Allison Prokop, and Lauren Chicote, Carrying Capacity of the Denali Park Road.

Daniel Krymkowski, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Norm Crystallization: A Comparative Analysis.

Christopher Monz, Kelly Goonan, Robert Manning, and Peter D'Luhosch, Resource Conditions, Visitor Use Patterns and Visitor Perceptions on Mountain Summits in the Northern Forests: A Case Study on Cascade Mountain, Adirondack Park, New York.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Daniel Laven, and Nora Mitchell, Relevancy of National Parks in the 21st Century: Reaching Diverse Audiences.

William Valliere and Robert Manning, Research to Support Analysis and Management of Carrying Capacity at Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge.

Carena J van Riper and Noel Healy, Connecting Students with Conferences: Perceptions of the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Student Forum.

2008 Southeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Savannah, Georgia, February 24-26, 2008 Keynote Address:

Robert Manning, Recreation Research: Past, Present, and Future.

International Union of Game Biologists XXVIII Congress, Uppsala, Sweden, August 13-18, 2007.

Jeff Marion, Robert Dvorak, and Robert Manning, Wildlife Feeding in Parks: Assessing the Effectiveness of Educational Interventions.

The Thirteenth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Park City, Utah, June 17-21, 2007. Bob Manning served on the International Scientific Committee for the Symposium. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Rebecca Stanfield McCown and Robert Manning, Range Effect as a Methodological Issue in Normative Research.

Jerry Vaske, Lori Shelby, Robert Manning, and William Valliere, Crowding in National Parks: Results from 30 Years of Research.

William Valliere, Robert Manning, and Steven Lawson, Multiple Manifestations of Crowding in Outdoor Recreation: A Study of the Relative Importance of Crowding-Related Indicators Using Indifference Curve Analysis.

Jeffery Hallo and Robert Manning,On the Edge, Peering In: Indicators for Managing the Near-Wilderness Experience of Visitors on the Denali National Park Road.

Fifth Brazilian Congress on Protected Areas, Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, June 17-21, 2007. Bob Manning presented a keynote address at the Congress. The address described Bob's recent book, Parks and Carrying Capacity: Commons without Tragedy.

Fifth Northeastern Alpine Stewardship Gathering, Acadia National Park, June 8-9, 2007. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following paper:

Robert Manning, Managing Visitor Impacts in Parks: Part II--A Survey of Visitor Response to Alternative Management Practices on Cadillac Mountain.

Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: The George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, April 16-20, 2007, St. Paul, Minnesota. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Dan Abbe and Robert Manning, National Park Service Managers' Perceptions of Wilderness Day Use: Patterns, Impacts, and Management Practices.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Megha Budruk, and Myron Floyd, Racial and Ethnic Minority Underrepresentation in Pittsburgh City Parks: An Empirical Study.

Jeff Hallo and Robert Manning, Transportation as an Experience: Insights form Interviews with Visitors to Three National Park Sites.

Peter Newman, Ericka Pilcher, Robert Manning, Karen Trevenio, Mike Savidge, and Mia Monroe, An Adaptive Approach to Managing Soundscapes in Muir Woods National Monument: A Test of Management Actions.

Robert Manning, Peter Newman, Ericka Pilcher, Mike Savidge, Mia Monroe, and Kurt Fristup, Understanding and Managing Soundscapes in the National Parks: Standards of Quality.

Dave Stack, Peter Newman, Robert Manning, Ericka Pilcher, and Shan Burson, Comparing Visitor Perceptions of Soundscapes at Muir Woods National Monument, Yosemite National Park, and Grand Teton National Park.

In addition to these papers, Bob Manning organized and conducted A Workshop to Discuss the Approval Process for National Park Service-Sponsored Public Surveys.

Exploring the Nature of Management: The Third International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, Rapperswil, Switzerland, September 13-17, 2006. Robert Manning served on the International Steering Committee. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following paper:

Robert Manning, Peter Newman, Ericka Pilcher, Jeff Hallo, William Valliere, Mike Savidge, and Dan Dugan. Understanding and Managing Soundscapes in National Parks: Part 2 -- Standards of Quality.

The Twelfth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, June 3-6, 2006. Bob Manning served on the International Scientific Committee. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Robert Manning, Peter Newman, Ericka Pilcher, Jeff Hallo, William Valliere, Mike Savidge, and Dan Dugan. Understanding and Managing Soundscapes in National Parks: Part 2 -- Standards of Quality.

Don Dennis, Peter Newman, and Robert Manning, A Paired Comparison Choice Model of the Wilderness Experience in Yosemite National Park.

Jeff Hallo and Robert Manning, 51 Million Participants and Growing: Research to Begin Managing the Off-Highway Vehicle Experience.

Charlie Jacobi, Daniel Laven, Robert Manning, William Valliere, Jeff Marion, and Steve Lawson, Ecology and Sociology of Parks: An Integrated Study at Acadia National Park.

Logan Park, Robert Manning, Jeff Marion, Steve Lawson, and Charlie Jacobi, Efficacy of Visitor Management Alternatives on the Summit of Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park.

Ericka Pilcher, Peter Newman, Robert Manning, and Mike Savidge, Understanding and Managing Soundscapes in the National Parks: Part 1--Indicators of Quality.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Megha Budruk, and Myron Floyd, Exploring Racial Discrimination in Parks: An Empirical Study.

William Valliere, Logan Park, Jeff Hallo, Rebecca Stanfield McCown, and Robert Manning, Enhancing Visual Research with Computer Animation: A Study of Crowding-Related Standards of Quality for the Loop Road at Acadia National Park.

2006 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, April 9-11, 2006. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Logan Park, Robert Manning, Jeff Marion, Steve Lawson, and Charlie Jacobi, Evaluating Efficacy of and Recreation Responses to Management Alternatives at a Popular and Ecologically Fragile Icon Site, Acadia National Park.

Jeff Hallo and Robert Manning, Managing the Off-Road Recreational Vehicle Experience at Cape Cod National Seashore...It's Not a Walk in the Park.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Megha Budruk, and Myron Floyd, Exploring the Discrimination Hypothesis in Outdoor Recreation: An Empirical Study.

Robert Manning, Jeff Hallo, Peter Newman, and Ericka Pilcher, From Landscapes to Soundscapes: Understanding and Managing Natural Quiet in the National Parks.

The 11th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Ostersund, Sweden, June 16-19, 2005. Bob Manning served on the International Scientific Committee. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented several papers for this conference:

Robert Manning, Standardized Standards: Developing and Applying the Levels of Service Concept to Carrying Capacity Planning and Management in the U. S. National Parks.

Jeff Hallo and Robert Manning, Understanding the Visitor Experience on Scenic Roadways at Acadia National Park, Maine

Daniel Laven, Evaluating U. S. National Heritage Areas: Theoretical Foundations, Program Analyses, & Policy Implications

Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Savannah, Georgia, February 27 - March 1, 2005. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the following paper:

Robert Manning, Standardized Standards: Developing and Applying the "Levels of Service" Concept to Carrying Capacity Planning and Management in the National Parks.

The George Wright Society Biennial Conference on Parks, Protected Areas and Cultural Sites, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 14-18, 2005.

The Park Studies Lab organized and conducted three sessions at the conference. The first session was titled Measuring and Managing Carrying Capacity in the National Parks: From A (Acadia) to Z (Zion) and included five papers reviewing research conducted by the lab in a diversity of units across the U. S. National Park System. This program of research has proved a stronger conceptual and empirical foundation for the application of carrying capacity in the National Parks. Co-authors included Bob Manning, Bill Valliere, Daniel Laven, Jeff Hallo, Dan Abbe, Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Logan Park, and former lab members Peter Newman, Steve Lawson, and Megha Budruk. The second session was titled Computer Simulation Modeling as a Tool for Park and Wilderness Planning and Management and included four papers that described the application of computer simulation modeling in the national parks and related areas. Co-authors included Jeff Hallo, William Valliere, Bob Manning, and Steve Lawson. The final session was titled Diverse Issues in Diversity in the National Parks and included four papers from faculty and staff at the University of Vermont, University of Florida, and Texas A&M University. Park Studies Lab co-authors included Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Daniel Laven, and Bob Manning. In addition to these sessions, Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following four papers in other sessions:

Dan Abbe and Bob Manning, Managers' Perceptions of Wilderness Day Use: Impacts and Management Actions.

Bob Manning, Jeff Hallo, Bill Valliere, and Logan Park, Standardized Standards: Developing and Applying the "Levels of Service" Concept to Carrying Capacity Planning and Management in the National Parks

Jeff Hallo, Pat Stokowski, and Bob Manning, Insights into the Off-Road Vehicle (ORV) Experience at Cape Cod National Seashore

Daniel Laven, Evaluating Natural Heritage Areas: Program Analysis and Policy Implications at the Blackstone River Valley National Heritage Corridor.

Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, April 10-12, 2005. Park Studies Lab faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

William Valliere and Robert Manning, Crowding-Related Norms for Peak Season Versus Shoulder Season Visitors.

Robert Manning, Jeffrey Hallo, William Valliere, and Logan Park, Standardized Standards: Developing and Applying the "Levels of Service" Concept to Carrying Capacity Planning and Management in the National Parks.

Jeffrey Hallo, Logan Park, Wiliam Valliere, and Robert Manning, Parks or Parking Lots: An Examination of Vehicle-Related Crowding at Acadia National Park Using Simulation Modeling.

Dan Abbe and Bob Manning, Managers' Perceptions of Wilderness Day Use: Impacts and Management Actions.

Rebecca Stanfield McCown, Robert Manning, Myron Floyd, and Megha Budruk, Racial Discrimination in Parks and Outdoor Recreation: An Empirical Study.

The Fourth Social Aspects and Recreation Research Symposium, Presidio of San Francisco, California, February 4-6, 2004. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the paper:

Manning, R., M. Budruk, and W. Valliere. Hiking Through Cyberspace: A Simulated Field Trip to Muir Woods National Monument.

Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, March 28-30, 2004. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Kyle, G., A. Graefe, and R. Manning. Variations in Place Attachment Along the Appalachian Trail.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Describing, Monitoring and Managing Visitor Flows in Parks and Protected Areas Using Computer-Based Simulation Modeling.

Hallo, J., W. Valliere, M. Budruk, and R. Manning. A Comparison of Visitor Self-Reported Travel Routes and Global Positioning System-Reported Routes.

Budruk, M. and R. Manning. Crowding Norms on the Blue Ridge Parkway: A Test of Mediating Variables.

Valliere, W., D. Laven and R. Manning. The Structural Properties of Social Norm Curves: A Comparison of Alternative Evaluative Dimensions.

The Tenth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Keystone, Colorado, June 2-6, 2004. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Manning, R. Recreation Planning Frameworks.

Budruk, M. and R. Manning. Crowding Norms on the Blue Ridge Parkway: A Test of Mediating Variables.

Freimund, W., D. Dalenberg, and R. Manning. Resource Protection Versus Recreation Access: An Analysis of Trade-offs at Zion National Park.

Kuentzel, W., D. Laven, and R. Manning. Comparing Norm Strength at Backcountry, Frontcountry and Urban-Proximate National Parks.

Laven, D., R. Manning, and D. Krymkowski. The Relationship Between Normative Standards of Quality and Existing Conditions in Parks and Protected Areas: A Cross-Validation Analysis.

Manning, R., J. Morrissey, and S. Lawson. What's Behind the Numbers? Qualitative Insights into Normative Research in Outdoor Recreation.

Lawson, S., R. Manning, and A. Keily. Assessing Backcountry Campers' Support for Alternative Visitor Management Practices at Isle Royale National Park.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Describing, Monitoring and Managing Visitor Flows in Parks and Protected Areas Using Computer Simulation.

The Second International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, Rovaniemi, Finland, June 16-20, 2004. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

More, T. and R. Manning. The Public Functions of Parks and Protected Areas.

Lawson, S., A. Keily and R. Manning. Computer Simulation as a Tool for Developing Alternatives for Managing Crowding at Wilderness Campsites on Isle Royale.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Describing, Monitoring and Managing Visitor Flows in Parks and Protected Areas Using Computer Simulation Modeling.

Taking Tourism to the Limits: An International Interdisciplinary Conference in the Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, December 8-11, 2003. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following paper:

Manning, R. The Limits of Tourism in Parks and Protected Areas: Managing Carrying Capacity in the U.S. National Parks.

Protecting Our Diverse Heritage: The Role of Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites (The George Wright Society Biennial Conference), San Diego, California, April 14-18, 2003. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Lawson, S., A. Kiely, R. Manning, J. Oelfke, and M. Romanski. Identifying and Evaluating Tradeoffs Associated with Visitor Use Management and Park Planning at Isle Royale National Park Using Computer Simulation Modeling.

Manning, R. The Science of Values and the Value of Science: Research to Inform Carrying Capacity Analysis and Management.

Manning, R. and W. Valliere. Carrying Capacity of Cultural Resources.

Budruk, M.and J. Bacon. Litter and Graffiti: Indicators and Standards of Quality at Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area.

Manning, R., W. Valliere, and B. Wang. Crowding at Archeological Sites: Estimating Social Carrying Capacity at Mesa Verde National Park.

Budruk, M., R. Manning, W. Valliere, and B. Wang. Queuing as an Indicator of Quality: Maximum Acceptable Waiting Times at Statue of Liberty National Monument.

Lawson, S., R. Manning, W. Valliere, and D. Laven. Automobile Traffic Congestion as an Indicator and Standard of Quality of the Visitor Experience at Blue Ridge Parkway.

Newman, P. and R. Manning. Integrating Social, Ecological, and Managerial Indicators of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision-Making.

Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, April 6-8, 2003. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Lawson, S., A. Kiely, R. Manning, J. Oelfke, and M. Romanski. Identifying and Evaluating Tradeoffs Associated with Visitor Use Management and Park Planning at Isle Royale National Park Using Computer Simulation Modeling.

Budruk, M. and R. Manning. Visitors' Norms Toward Litter and Graffiti at an Urban-Proximate Park: The Case at George's Island at Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area.

Valliere, W., R. Manning, S. Lawson, J. Bacon, and D. Laven. Standards of Quality for Traffic Congestion in Parks: An Empirical Study of the Blue Ridge Parkway.

Manning, R., W. Valliere, S. Lawson, M. Budruk, J. Bacon, and D. Laven. Indicators and Standards of Quality for the Resource Component of Carrying Capacity: Trail Conditions at Isle au Haut, Acadia National Park.

Graefe, A., G. Kyle, R. Manning, and J. Bacon. Modeling Antecedents and Effects of Crowding.

Boston Harbor Islands Science Symposium, Boston, MA, October 7, 2003. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following paper:

Robert Manning, Megha Budruk, and Yu-Fai Leung, Research to Support Application of Resource and Social Carrying Capacity at Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area.

International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Sardinia, Italy, October 10-13, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Newman, P. and R. Manning. Integrating Ecological, Social and Managerial Indicators of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision-Making in Yosemite National Park Wilderness.

Manning, R. A Program of Research to Manage Carrying Capacity in the U.S. National Park System.

Tourism Research 2002, An International, Interdisciplinary Conference in Wales, September 4-7, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the following paper:

Manning, R. Visitor Experience and Resource Protection: A Framework for Managing the Carrying Capacity of National Parks and Related Tourist Attractions.

International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Indiana University, June 2-5, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Newman, P. and R. Manning. Integrating Ecological, Social and Managerial Indicators of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision-Making in Yosemite National Park Wilderness.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Assessing Visitors' Preferences Regarding Choices and Consequences in Denali Wilderness Management Using Stated Choice Analysis.

Lawson, S., R. Manning, W. Valliere, B. Wang, and M. Budruk. Using Simulation Modeling to Facilitate Proactive Monitoring of Social Carrying Capacity at Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Proactive Adaptive Management of Backcountry Campground Crowding at Isle Royale National Park Using Simulation Modeling.

Newman, P., M. Budruk, R. Manning, and Y. Leung. Volunteerism and Research in the National Parks: A Tale of Two Studies.

Leung, Y., R. Manning, M. Budruk, and K. Johnson. Integrating Resource and Social Analysis in the Evaluation of Visitor Carrying Capacity of Campsites at Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area.

Manning, R., J. Bacon, A. Graefe, G. Kyle, R. Lee, and R. Burns. I Never Hike Alone: Security on the Appalachian Trail.

Budruk, M. and R. Manning. Indicators and Standards of Quality for an Urban National Park.

World Wildlife Fund Workshop on Carrying Capacity of Parks and Protected Areas, Athens, Greece, May 31-June 1, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Manning, R. How Much is Too Much? Carrying Capacity of Parks and Protected Areas.

Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, April 14-16, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers, posters and sessions:

Manning, R., W. Valliere, S. Lawson, M. Budruk, B. Wang, P. Newman, J. Bacon, and D. Laven. Assessing and Monitoring Visitor Use and Associated Impacts Using Computer Simulation Modeling.

Budruk, M., P. Newman, and R. Manning. Volunteerism and Research in National Parks: A Tale of Two Studies.

McKonly, W., S. Folk, M. Guyton, S. Johnson, and K. Jordan. Research Internships in Undergraduate Education.

Kyle, G., K. Bricker, A. Graefe, D. Kerstetter, and R. Manning. Involvement and Place Attachment Among Hikers along the Appalachian Trail and Boaters on the American River.

Bricker, K., G. Kyle, A. Graefe, D. Kerstetter, and R. Manning. An Assessment of the Predictive Validity of the Involvement and Place Attachment Constructs.

Budruk, M. and R. Manning. Crowding-Related Norms in Outdoor Recreation by Country of Origin of Visitors.

Valliere, W. and R. Manning. Applying the VERP Framework to Cultural Resources in the National Parks.

Newman, P. and R. Manning. Integrating Resource, Social and Managerial Indicators of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision-Making: Study Findings.

Bacon, J., R. Manning, S. Lawson, W. Valliere, and D. Laven. Indicators and Standards of Quality for the Schoodic Peninsula Section of Acadia National Park.

Laven, D. and R. Manning. The Relationship Between Standards of Quality and Existing Conditions in Parks.

Fourth Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources, Raleigh, North Carolina, March 14-17, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Manning, R. and D. DeHayes. From Natural Resources to Environment: Broadening Our Mission and Message.

Borer, C. and P. Newman. A Case Study of Multi-Level, Interdisciplinary Education in Natural Resources: Teaching to Learn and Learning to Teach.

Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas, Vienna, Austria, January 30-February 2, 2002. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the following papers:

Lawson, S., R. Manning, W. Valliere, B. Wang, and M. Budruk. Using Simulation Modeling to Facilitate Proactive Monitoring and Adaptive Management of Social Carrying Capacity in Arches National Park, Utah, USA.

Manning, R. How Much is Too Much? Carrying Capacity of National Parks and Protected Areas.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Integrating Multiple Wilderness Values into a Decision-Making Model for Denali National Park and Preserve.

Reconstructing Conservation: History, Values, and Practice, University of Vermont and Woodstock, Vermont, November 2-6, 2001. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Manning, R. Social Climate Change: Integrating Public Environmental Values and Ethics into Public Land Management.

Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, April 1-3, 2001. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Balancing Tradeoffs in the Denali Wilderness: An Expanded Approach to Normative Research Using Stated Choice Analysis.

Budruck, M., R. Manning, W. Valliere, and B. Wang. Perceived Crowding at Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area.

Valliere, W., R. Manning, M. Budruck, S. Lawson, and B. Wang. Transportation Planning and Social Carrying Capacity in the National Parks.

Newman, P., R. Manning, J. Bacon, A. Graefe, and Gerard Kyle. An Evaluation of Appalachian Trail Hikers' Knowledge of minimum Impact Skills and Practices.

Newman, P., R. Manning, and W. Valliere. Integrating Resource, Social and Managerial Indicatiors of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision Making.

Bacon, J., R. Manning, A. Graefe, G. Kyle, R. Lee, C. Burns, R. Hennessy, and R. Gray. Security Along the Appalachian Trail.

Human Use Management in Mountain Areas, Banff, Alberta, Canada, June 10-14, 2001. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following papers:

Manning, R. How Much is Too Much? Carrying Capacity of Parks and Protected Areas, National Trails Symposium, Redding, California, September 21-24, 2000. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following paper:

Manning, R., A. Graefe, and R. Hennessey. User Research on the Appalachian Trail.

The National Mountain Conference, Golden, Colorado, September 14-16, 2000. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the following paper:

Manning, R. Carrying Capacity for Outdoor Recreation: Theory and Practice.

Conference on Visitor Use Density and Wilderness Experience, Missoula, Montana, June 1-3, 2000. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff, and students presented the following paper:

Manning, R. Carrying Capacity as Informed Judgement: The Values of Science and the Science of Values.

Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, Lake George, New York, April 2-4, 2000. Park Studies Laboratory faculty, staff and students presented the following papers:

Manning, R., W. Valliere, J. Bacon, A. Graefe, G. Kyle, and R. Hennessey. Use and Users of the Appalachian Trail: A Geographic Study.

Lawson, S. and R. Manning. Evaluating Multiple Dimensions of Visitors' Tradeoffs Between Access and Crowding at Arches National Park Using Indifference Curve Analysis.

Wang, B., R. Manning, S. Lawson, and W. Valliere. Estimating Social Carrying

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