University of Vermont

R. Manning CV
CURRICULUM VITAE
Robert E. Manning
The Rubenstein School
of Environment and Natural Resources
Recreation Management Program
The
University of Vermont
Burlington, Vermont  05405
TEL:   (802) 656-3096
FAX:  (802) 656-2623

E-mail: Robert.Manning@uvm.edu
PERSONAL Date of Birth:  December 11, 1946
Married, two children
EDUCATION Ph.D. Resource Development, Michigan State University, 1975
M.S.  Park and Recreation Resources, Michigan State University, 1973
B.S.   Biology, Washington College (Maryland), 1968
EXPERIENCE  
1988-present - Professor, Recreation Management Program, The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, The University of Vermont
1986-present - Chair, Recreation Management Program, The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, The University of Vermont
1997-1998 - Sabbatical leave, U.S. National Park Service, Yosemite National Park

1990-1991Sabbatical leave, U.S. National Park Service, Washington, D.C.
1989-1995 - Research Scientist (Schedule A Appointment), U.S. National Park Service
1983-1984 - Sabbatical leave, U.S. National Park Service, Grand Canyon National Park

1983-1984 - Visiting Associate Professor, School of Forest Resources, Northern Arizona University
1982-1988 - Associate Professor, Recreation Management Program, The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, The University of Vermont
1976-1982 - Assistant Professor, Recreation Management Program, The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, The University of Vermont
1975-1976 - Senior Natural Resources Planner, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
1972-1975 - Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Resource Development, Michigan State University
1968-1972 - Lieutenant and Assistant Director, Recreational Boating Safety Program, U.S. Coast Guard, San Francisco, CA
 
COURSES TAUGHT
Nature and Culture
Introduction to Recreation Management
The American Wilderness
Park and Wilderness Management
Tourism Planning/Sustainable Tourism
Research Seminar
Recreation Management
Selected courses, workshops, and lectures at Albright Academy and Conservation Study Institute, U.S. National Park Service, and Arthur Carhart Training Center, U.S. Forest Service
 
RESEARCH GRANTS
Visitor Use and Users of Sagamore Hill National Historic Site.  U.S. National Park, 2002-2003.
Research to Support Application of Carrying Capacity to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.  U.S.National Park Service, 2002-2003.
Research to Support Visitor Management at Blue Ridge Parkway.  U.S. National Park Service, 2002-2003.
Development and Application of Computer Simulation Modeling of Visitor Use for Park and Wilderness Management.  Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute and U.S. National Park Service, 2002-2004.
Research to Support Visitor Management at Haleakala National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 2003-2004.
Research to Support Application of Carrying Capacity at Zion National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 2002-2004.
Social and Ecological Carrying Capacity of Isle au Haut, Acadia National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 2001-2003.
Carrying Capacity of U.S. National Parks.  Earthwatch Institute and the Center for Field Research,  2000-2003.
Carrying Capacity of Park and Forest Recreation Areas, McIntire-Stennis Forestry Research Program, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 2000-2003.
Research to Support Visitor Management at Mesa Verde National Park. U.S. National Park Service, 2000-2003
Reconstructing Conservation:  History, Values and Practice.  Woodstock Foundation, U.S. National Park Service, and University of Vermont 2000-2003.
Developing Ecosystem Indicators and an Environmental Score Card for the Lake Champlain Basin Program. Lake Champlain Basin Program, 2000-2003.
Carrying Capacity Assessment for Yosemite National Park.  U.S. National Park Service and the Yosemite Fund, 1998-2003.
Conservation Study Institute.  U.S. National Park Service, 1998-present.
Use and Users of the Schoodic Peninsula Area of Acadia National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 2000-2003.
Indicators and Standards of Quality for Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area.  U.S. National Park Service, 2000-2003.Visitor Use
and Users of Saratoga National Historical Park. U.S. National Park Service, 2001-2002.
Economic and Social Values of the Vermont State Parks.  Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, 2001-2002.
Development and Application of a Computer Simulation Model of Wilderness Use at Isle Royal National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 2001-2002.
Carrying Capacity at Kenai Fjords National Park. U.S. National Park Service, 2000-2002.Wilder
ness Crowding Norms at Denali National Park: A Replication and Extension.  U.S. National Park Service, 2000-2002.
Appalachian National Trail User Study.  U.S. National Park Service and U.S. Forest Service, 1998-2001.
Research to Support Wilderness Management Planning for Alaskan National Parks.  U.S. National Park Service, 1999-2000.
A Recreation Opportunity Spectrum for the Colorado River Ecosystem in Grand Canyon.  U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, 1998-2000.
Travel and Tourism Research and Education Program. Vermont Department of Travel and Tourism, 1992-2000.
Social Values, Environmental Ethics and the Evolution of Natural Resource Management.  McIntire-Stennis Forestry Research Program, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1990-2000.
Research to Support Visitor Management at Alcatraz Island.  Golden Gate National Recreation Area.  U.S. National Park Service, 1997-1999.
Research to Support Visitor Management at Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island National Monuments.  U.S. National Park Service, 1997-2000.Research to Support Visitor Management on the Green and Colorado Rivers In Canyonlands National Park.  U.S. National Park Service,
1997-1999.
Carrying Capacity of Yellowstone National Park for Winter Use.  U.S. National Park Service and Pew Charitable Trust, 1996-1999.
A Coordinated, Multiphase Study of Day Use Hiking.  Grand Canyon Science Center, Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, U.S. National Biological Service, 1996-1999.
Finishing the Agenda at Arches National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 1995-1999.
Design and Application of Survey Research.  Trustees of Reservations, 1998-1999.
Sabbatical Leave with Yosemite National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 1997-1998.
Development of a Training Manual for the Visitor Experience and Resource Protection Framework.  U.S. National Park Service, 1996-1998.
U.S. National Park Service Fee Demonstration Project.  U.S. National Park Service, 1996.
Visitor Use and Conflict on the Acadia National Park Carriage Roads.  U.S. National Park Service, 1994-1997.

Environmental Ethics and National Forest Management. U.S. Forest Service, 1993-1998.

Visitor and Resident Study at Marsh-Billings National Historical Park. U.S. National Park Service, 1993-1995.
Green Mountain Club
Membership and Organizational Study.  Green Mountain Club, 1993-1994.

Valuing Non-market Resources of Vermont Rivers. U.S. Department of Interior and Vermont Water Resources Research Center, 1992-1996.
Recreation Use of the Battenkill River. Bennington County Regional Commission, 1992-1994.
Visitor Survey and Carrying Capacity at Saint-Gaudens National Historic Site. U.S. National Park Service, 1992-1993.
Visitor Survey and Carrying Capacity of Weir Farm National Historic Site. U.S. National Park Service, 1992-93.
Visitor Experience and Resource Protection Program. U.S. National Park Service, 1991-1998
Social Science Research at Cape Cod National Seashore.  U.S. National Park Service, 1992-1994
Vermont Environmental Index.  Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, 1992-1994.
Economic and Social Values of the Vermont State Parks.  Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation, 1992-1995.
Problems and Practices in Backcountry Recreation Management.  U.S. National Park Service, 1991-1994
Public Use Reporting at Acadia National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 1990-1993
Application of Social Carrying Capacity to the National Parks. U.S. National Park Service, 1989-1994
Roosevelt Campobello International Park Visitor Survey.  U.S. National Park Service, 1989-1990
Vermont Recreation Plan Survey.  Vermont Agency of Natural Resources and Vermont Water Resources Research Center, 1988
Acadia National Park Loop Road Environmental Assessment.  U.S. National Park Service, 1987-88
Outdoor Recreation/Natural Resources Planning at Willow Grove Naval Air Station. U.S. Department of the Navy, 1987-88
Tourism and Vermont:  Lessons from the Literature.  Univer­sity of Vermont, 1986
Social Science Research at Acadia National Park.  U.S. National Park Service, 1985-88
Vermont Environmental Index.  Vermont Agency of Environmental Conservation and Vermont Water Resources Research Center, 1985-86
Pricing as a Tool in Managing Forest Recreation.  McIntire-Stennis Forestry Research Program, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1985-89
Pricing as a Tool in Outdoor Recreation.  Vermont Division of Forests, Parks and Recreation and U.S. Forest Service, 1983-86
Managing and Monitoring Outdoor Recreation: A Review and Synthesis.  Grand Canyon Natural History Association and Grand Canyon National Park , 1983-84
Aesthetic Implications of Timber Harvesting Practices.  McIntire-Stennis Forestry Research Program, U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1982-84
Development and Application of the Wilderness Travel Simulation Model. University of Vermont Institutional Research Grant, 1982-83
Determining Guidelines for Boating Density on Inland Waters in Vermont.  Vermont Water Resources Research Center and Office of Water Research and Technology, U.S. Depart­ment of the Interior, 1981-83
Allocation and Management of Vermont Lakes for Outdoor Recreation.  Vermont Agency of Environmental Conserva­tion, and U.S. Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service, 1980-83
Temporal Distribution of Outdoor Recreation:  Monitoring and Analysis.  U.S. Forest Service, 1979-82
Inventory of Vermont Public Recreation Facilities.  Vermont Agency of Environmental Conservation, 1978
Temporal Distribution of Forest Recreation.  McIntire-Stennis Forestry Research Program, U.S. Department of Agricul­ture, 1977-80
Vermont River Recreation Use and Analysis of Carrying Capacity.  Vermont Water Resources Research Center and Office of Water Research and Technology, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1977-79
 
TEACHING
Implementation and Dissemination of an Integrated Core Curriculum in Natural Resources. U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1994-1997T
ourism and Vermont:  Dollars and Sense of Place.  The University of Vermont Instructional Incentive Grant, 1986-88.
Development and Application of the Wilderness Travel Simulation Model.  The University of Vermont Instructional Incentive Grant, 1982-83.

Recreation Documents Collection.  The University of Vermont Instructional Incentive Grant, 1978-79.
 
PUBLICATIONS AND
PROFESSIONAL PAPERS
 
Books
Minteer, B. and R. Manning.  In Press.  Reconstructing Conservation:  Finding Common Ground. Washington, DC:  Island Press.
Manning, R.  1999.  Studies in Outdoor Recreation: Search and Research for Satisfaction (Second Edition).  Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 374 pages.
Manning, R.  1986.  Studies in Outdoor Recreation:  Search and Research for Satisfaction.  Corvallis: Oregon State University Press, 166 pages.
Manning, R. (ed.).  1983.  Mountain Passages:  An Appalachia Anthology.  Boston: Appalachian Mountain Club, 229 pages.
 
Book Chapters
Manning, R. In Press. Recreation Planning Frameworks. 10th Anniversary ISSRM Book.
Manning, R., S. Lawson, P. Newman, M. Budruk, W. Valliere, D. Laven and J. Bacon. In Press. Visitor Perceptions of Recreation-Related Resource Impacts. Environmental Impacts of Ecotourism.
Minteer, B. and R. Manning.  In Press.  Conservation:  From Deconstruction to Reconstruction Reconstructing Conservation: Finding Common Ground.  Washington, D.C.: Island Press.
Minteer, B. and R. Manning.  In Press.  Our Common Ground: Emerging Principles for a Reconstructed Conservation.  Reconstructing Conservation: Finding Common Ground.  Washington, D. C.:Island Press.
Manning, R. In Press.  Managing Impacts of Ecotourism Through Use Rationing and Allocation Environmental Impacts of Ecotourism.  London: CAB International.     
Manning, R. In Press.  Visitor Perceptions of Recreational Impacts.  Environmental Impacts of Ecotourism.  London: CAB International
Manning, R. In Press.  Social Climate Change:  A Sociology of Environmental Philosophy.  Reconstructing Conservation:  Finding Common Ground.Washington, D.C.: Island Press.
Minteer, B. and R. Manning.  2003.  Pragmatism in Environmental Ethics.  Environmental Ethics: An Anthology.  Cambridge: Blackwell, pp. 319-330.
Manning, R.  2000.  Coming of Age: History and Trends in Outdoor Recreation Research.  Trends in Outdoor Recreation Leisure, and Tourism.  New York: CABI Publishing, pp 121-130
Manning, R.  1999.  Crowding and Carrying Capacity in Outdoor Recreation: From Normative Standards to Standards of Quality.  Leisure Studies: Prospects for the Twenty-First Century. State College, Pennsylvania: Venture Press, pp. 323-334
Manning, R.  1991.  Sustainable Tourism: Tourism in the Parks, Recreation and Conservation Community.  Tourism and Leisure: Dynamics and Diversity.  Arlington, Virginia: National Recreation and Park Association.
 
Journal Articles
Manning, R., S. Lawson, P. Newman, W. Valliere, M. Budruk, and D. Laven.  In Press.  Basic and Applied Research:  Application of Disciplinary Theory and Methods in the Field of Leisure Studies.  Leisure and Society.
Newman, P., R. Manning, J. Bacon, A. Graefe, and G. Kyle.  In Press.  An Evaluation of Appalachian Trail Hikers’ Knowledge of Minimum Impact Skills and Practices.  International Journal of Wilderness.
Minteer, B., E. Corley and R. Manning.  In Press.  Environmental Ethics Beyond Principle?  The Case for a Pragmatic Contextualism.  Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics.
Lawson, S., Manning, R., Valliere, W., and Wang, B.  In Press.  Proactive Monitoring and Adaptive Management of Social Carrying Capacity in Arches National Park:  An Application of Computer Simulation Modeling.  Journal of Environmental Management.
Lawson, S. and Manning, R.  In Press.  Integrating Multiple Wilderness Values into a Decision-Making Model for Denali National Park and Preserve.  Journal for Nature Conservation.
Lawson, S. and Manning, R.  In Press.  Research to Guide Management of Wilderness Camping at Isle Royale National Park:  Part I – Descriptive Research. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.
Lawson, S. and Manning, R.  In Press.  Research to Guide Management of Wilderness Camping at Isle Royale National Park:  Part II – Prescriptive Research.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, B. Wang, S. Lawson, and P. Newman.  In Press.  Estimating Day Use Social Carrying Capacity in Yosemite National Park. Leisure:  The Journal of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies.
Manning, R.  2003.  What to do about Crowding and Solitude in Parks and Wilderness?:  A Reply to Stewart and Cole.  Journal of Leisure Research 35: 107-118
Manning, R. 2003.  Emerging Principles for Using Information/Education in Wilderness Management.  International Journal of Wilderness 9 (1):20-27,12.
Manning, R. and S. Lawson.  2002.  Carrying Capacity as “Informed Judgement”:  The Values of Science and the Science of Values.  Environmental Management 30: 157-168.
Manning, R., B. Wang, W. Valliere, S. Lawson, and P. Newman.  2002.  Research to Estimate and Manage Carrying Capacity of a Tourist Attraction:  A Study of Alcatraz Island.  Journal of Sustainable Tourism 10: 388-464.
Davenport, M, W. Borrie, W. Freimund, and R. Manning.  2002.  Assessing the Relationship Desired Experiences and Support for Management Actions at Yellowstone National Park Using Multiple Methods.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 20(3): 51-64
Manning, R. and T. More.  2002.  Recreational Values of Public Parks.  The George Wright Forum 19: 21-30.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2002.  Tradeoffs Among Social, Resource, and Managerial Attributes of the Denali Wilderness Experience:  A Contextual Approach to Normative Research.  Leisure Sciences 24: 297-312
Manning, R., S. Lawson, P. Newman, D. Laven, W. Valliere.  2002.  Methodological Issues in Measuring Crowding-Related Norms in Outdoor Recreation. Leisure Sciences 24: 339-348.
Manning, R. and W. Valliere.  2002.  Coping in Outdoor Recreation:  Causes and Consequences of Crowding and Conflict Among Community Residents.  Journal of Leisure Research. 33(4): 410-426.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2001.  Solitude Versus Access:  A Study of Tradeoffs in Outdoor Recreation Using Indifference Curve Analysis.  Leisure Sciences.  23: 179-191.
251-271.
Manning, R., P. Newman, W. Valliere, B. Wang, and S. Lawson. 2001. Respondent Self-Assessment Of Research on Crowding Norms in Outdoor Recreation. Journal of Leisure Research 33(3): 251-271.
Manning, R.  2001.  Visitor Experience and Resource Protection: A Framework for Managing the Carrying Capacity of National Parks.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 19(1):93-108. 
Laven, D., R. Manning, D. Johnson, and M. Vande Kamp.  2001.  Integrating Subsistence Use and Users into Park and Wilderness Management.  The George Wright Forum 18(3): 52-61.
Bacon, J., R. Manning, D. Johnson, and M. Vande Kamp.  2001.  Norm Stability:  A Longitudinal Analysis of Crowding and Related Norms in the Wilderness of Denali National Park and Preserve.  The George Wright Forum 18(3): 62-71.
Warzecha, C., R. Manning, D. Lime, and W. Freimund.  2001.  Diversity in Outdoor Recreation:  Planning and Managing a Spectrum of Visitor Opportunities in and Among Parks.  The George Wright Forum 18(3): 99-111.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2001.  Crossing Experiential Boundaries:  Visitor Preferences Regarding Tradeoffs Among Social, Resource, and Managerial Attributes of the Denali Wilderness.  The George Wright Forum 18(3): 10-27.
Borrie, W., W. Freimund, M. Davenport, and R. Manning.  2001.  Crossing Methodological Boundaries:  Assessing Visitor Motivations and Support for Management Actions at Yellowstone National Park Using Quantitative and Qualitative Research Approaches.  The George Wright Forum 18(3): 72-84.
Budruk, M., W. Valliere, R. Manning, D. Laven, and M. Hof.  2001.  Crossing Programmatic Boundaries:  Integrative Approaches to Managing the Quality of the Visitor Experience.  The George Wright Forum 18(3): 124-131.
Manning, R., J. Bacon, A. Graefe, G. Kyle, R. Lee, and R. Burns.  2001.  “I Never Hike Alone”:  Security on the Appalachian Trail.  Parks and Recreation 36(7):  50-56.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, B. Minteer, B. Wang, and C. Jacobi.  2000.  Crowding in Parks and Outdoor Recreation:  A Theoretical, Empirical, and Managerial Analysis.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 18(4):  57-72.
Morrissey, J. and R. Manning.  2000.  Race, Residence and Environmental Concern:  New Englanders and the White Mountain National Forest.  Human Ecology Review, 7(1):  12-24.
Minteer, B. and R. Manning.  2000.  Convergence in Environmental Values: An Empirical and Conceptual Defense.  Ethics, Place and Environment, 3(1):  47-60.
Jacobi, C. and R. Manning.  1999.  Crowding and Conflict on the Carriage Roads of Acadia National Park: An Application of the Visitor Experience and Resource Protection Framework.  Park Science, 19(2):22-26.
Manning, R., S. Lawson, and L. Frymier.  1999.  Navigating the Confluence of Two Streams of Social Research: Contingent Valuation and Normative Standards.  Human Ecology Review, 6(1):35-48.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, and B. Minteer.  1999.  Values, Ethics, and Attitudes Toward National Forest Management.  Society and Natural Resources, 12(5):421-436.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, B. Wang, and C. Jacobi.  1999.  Crowding Norms: Alternative Measurement Approaches.  Leisure Sciences.  21(2):97-115
Wang, B. and R. Manning.  1999.  Computer Simulation Modeling for Recreation Management: A Study on Carriage Road Use in Acadia National Park, Maine, USA.  Environmental Management, 23(2):193-203.
Minteer, B. A. and R.  Manning.  1999.  Pragmatism in Environmental Ethics: Democracy, Pluralism, and the Management of Nature.  Environmental Ethics. 21(2):191-207.
Manning, R.  1998.  “To Provide for the Enjoyment”: Recreation Management in the National Parks.  The George Wright Forum.  15(1):6-20.
Manning, R.  1998.  Integration in Natural Resources Education: Designing a Core Curriculum.  Society and Natural Resources.  11:179-190.
Manning, R., C. Jacobi, W. Valliere, and B. Wang.  1998.  Standards of Quality in Parks and Recreation.  Parks and Recreation.  33(7):88-94
Manning, R. and B. Wang.  1998.   Social Science in the National Park System: An Assessment of Visitor Information.  Park Science.  18(1):1, 16-17.
Ormiston, D., A. Gilbert, and R. Manning.  1998.  Indicators and Standards of Quality for Ski Resort Management.  Journal of Travel Research.  36:35-41.
Manning, R.  1997.  Social Carrying Capacity of Parks and Outdoor Recreation Areas.  Parks and Recreation.  32(10): 32-38.
Negra, C. and R. Manning.  1997.  Incorporating Environmental Behavior, Ethics, and Values into Nonformal Environmental Education Programs.  Journal of Environmental Education.  28(2):10-21.
Manning, R., D. Johnson, and M. Vande Kamp.  1996.  Norm Congruence Among Tour Boat Passengers to Glacier Bay National Park.  Leisure Sciences 18(2):125-141.
Manning, R. , D.  Lime, W. Freimund, and D. Pitt.  1996.  Crowding Norms at Frontcountry Sites: A Visual Approach to Setting Standards of Quality.  Leisure Sciences 18(1):39-59.
Manning, R. , D. Lime, and M. Hof.  1996.  Social Carrying Capacity of Natural Areas: Theory and Application in the National Parks.  Natural Areas Journal 16(2):118-127.
Manning, R., J. Marion, and J. Roggenbuck.  1996. Recreation Management in Natural Areas: Problems and Practices, Status and Trends.  Natural Areas Journal 16(2):142-146.
Manning, R. and W. Valliere.  1996.  Environmental Values, Environmental Ethics and Wilderness Management:  An Empirical Study. International Journal of Wilderness 2(2):27-32.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, and B. Minteer.  1996.  Environmental Values and Ethics: An Empirical Study of the Philosophical Foundations for Park Policy.   The George Wright Forum 13(2):20-31.
Manning, R., D. Lime, M. Hof, and W. Freimund.  1995.  The Visitor Experience and Resource Protection (VERP) Process:  The Application of Carrying Capacity to Arches National Park. The George Wright Forum 12(3): 41-55.
Manning, R.   1995.  Future Perfect.  Parks and Recreation 30(9): 66-74.
Hof, M., J. Hammett, M. Rees, J. Belnap, N. Poe, D. Lime, and R. Manning.  1994.  Getting a Handle on Carrying Capacity: A Pilot Project at Arches National Park.  Park Science 14(1):11-13.
Roggenbuck, J., J. Marion and R. Manning.  1994.  Day Users of the Backcountry: The Neglected National Park Visitor. Trends 31(3):19-24.
Hornback, K., and R. Manning.  1992.  When is a Visit Really a Visit? Public Use Reporting at Acadia National Park.  Park Science 13:23
Manning, R., and M. Smith.  1992. Environmental Significance of Historical Parks: A Study of Evolving Park Values. Park Science 13:25.
Manning, R.  1990.  Do Parks Make Good Neighbors?  Park Science 11:19-20.
Manning, R.  1989.  No Two Ways About It:  An Experiment in Park Traffic Patterns.  Parks and Recreation 24(4):6-7,64.
Manning, R.  1989.  The Nature of America: Visions and Revisions of Wilderness.  Natural Resources Journal  29(1):25-40.
Manning, R., and M. Fraysier.  1989.  Expert and Public Opinion:  Conflicting or Complimentary Views?  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 7(3):44-59.
Bamford, T., R. Manning, L. Forcier and E. Koenemann.  1988.  Differential Campsite Pricing:  An Experiment.  Journal of Leisure Research 20(4):324-342.
Manning, R.  1986.  Crowding Norms in Backcountry Set­tings.  Journal of Leisure Research 17(2):75-89.
Manning, R.  1985.  Diversity in a Democracy:  Expanding the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum.  Leisure Sciences 7(4):377-399.
Manning, R.  1984.  Men and Mountains Meet:  Journal of the Appalachian Mountain Club, 1876-1984.  Journal of Forest History 28(1):24-33.
Manning, R., E. Callinan, H. Echelberger, E. Koenemann, and D. McEwen.  1984.  Differential Fees:  Raising Revenue, Distributing Demand.  Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 2(1):20-38.
Manning, R., and F. Potter.  1984.  Computer Simulation as a Tool in Teaching Park and Wilderness Management.  Journal of Environmental Education 15(3):3-9.
Manning, R., and L. Powers.  1984.  Peak and Off-Peak Use:  Redistributing the Outdoor Recreation/Tourism Load.  Journal of Travel Research 23(2):25-31.
Potter, F., and R. Manning.  1984.  An Application of the Wilderness Travel Simulation Model to the Appalachian Trail in Vermont.  Environmental Management 8(6):543-550.
Manning, R.  1982.  End-to-End on the Appalachian Trail.  Appalachia XLIV(2):40-50
Manning, R.  1981.  International Aspects of National Park Systems:  Focus on Tourism.  Tourism Recreation Research 6(2):160-174
Manning, R., and S. Baker.  1981.  Discrimination Through User Fees:  Fact or Fiction?  Parks and Recreation 16(9):70-74.
Manning, R., and C. Ciali.  1981.  Recreation and River Type:  Social-Environmental Relationships.  Environmental Management 5(2):109-120.
Manning, R.  1980.  Going Light:  New Meaning for an Old Term.  Parks 4(4):9-12.
Manning, R., and C. Ciali.  1980.  Recreation Density and User Satisfaction:  A Further Exploration of the Satisfaction Model.  Journal of Leisure Research 12(4):329-345.
Manning, R.  1979.  Behavioral Characteristics of Fisher­men and Other Recreationists on Four Vermont Rivers.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 108(6):536-541.
Manning, R.  1979.  Impacts of Recreation on Riparian Soils and Vegetation.  Water Resources Bulletin 15(1):30-43.
Manning, R.  1979.  Strategies for Managing Recreational Use of National Parks.  Parks  4(1):13-15.
Manning, R., and C. Ciali.  1979.  The Computer Hikes the Appalachian Trail.  Appalachia XLIII(1):75 85.
Manning, R., and L. Moncrief.  1979.  Land Use Analysis Through Matrix Modeling:  Theory and Application.  Journal of Environmental Management 8(4):33-40.
Manning, R., and L. Moncrief.  1977. Influence of Recreation and Amenity Values on Land Use and Management. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 32(6):285-288.
 
Book Reviews
Manning, R.  1997.  The Landscape of Community.  Environmental History 2(1):98-99.
Manning, R.  1996.  Forcing the Spring. Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy  11(1):145-146.
Manning, R.  1993.  Canoe Country. Forest and Conservation History  37(1):40
Manning, R.  1986.  Forever Wild:  Environmental Aesthetics and the Adirondack Forest Preserve.  Journal of Forest History 30(3):177-178.
Manning, R.  1981.  YV88:  An Eco-Fiction of Tomorrow.  Leisure Sciences.  4(1):87.
 
Proceedings Papers
Manning, R.  In Press.  Defining and Establishing Indicators and Standards of Quality.  Proceedings of the Workshop on Human Dimensions of Natural Resource Management.  St. Paul, MN:  University of Minnesota. 
Manning, R., Valliere, W., Lawson, S., Newman, P., Budruk, M., Laven, D., Bacon, J., and Wang, B.  In Press.  Development and Application of Carrying Capacity Frameworks for Parks and Protected Areas.  Proceedings of the Ninth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Sardinia, Italy.
Budruk, M. and R. Manning.  2003  Crowding Related Norms in Outdoor Recreation:  U.S. Versus International Visitors.  Proceedings of the 2002 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-302, pp. 216-221
Valliere, W. and R. Manning.  2003.  Applying the Visitor Experience and Resource Protection (VERP) Framework to Cultural Resources in the National Parks.  Proceedings of the 2002 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-302, pp. 234-238.
Bacon, J., R. Manning, S. Lawson, W. Valliere, and D. Laven.  2003.  Indicators and Standards of Quality for the Schoodic Peninsula Section of Acadia National Park, Maine.  Proceedings of the 2002 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-302, 279-285.
Newman, P., R. Manning, J. Bacon, A. Graefe, and G. Kyle.  2002.  An Evaluation of Appalachian Trail Hikers’ Knowledge of Minimum Impact Skills and Practices.  Proceedings of the 2001 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-289, pp. 163-167.
Newman, P., R. Manning, and W. Valliere.  2002.  Integrating Resource, Social and Managerial Indicators of Quality into Carrying Capacity Decision Making.  Proceedings of the 2001 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-289, pp. 233-238.
Budruk, M., R. Manning, W. Valliere, and B. Wang.  2002.  Perceived Crowding at Boston Harbor Islands National Park Area.  Proceedings of the 2001 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-289, pp. 32-35. 
Valliere, W., R. Manning, M. Budruk, S. Lawson, and B. Wang.  2002.  Transportation Planning and Social Carrying Capacity in the National Parks.  Proceedings of the 2001 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-289, pp. 36-40.
Lawson, S., and R. Manning.  2002.  Balancing Tradeoffs in the Denali Wilderness:  An Expanded Approach to Normative Research Using Stated Choice Analysis.  Proceedings of the 2001 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-289, pp. 15-24.
Manning, R.  2002.  How Much is Too Much?  Carrying Capacity of National Parks and Protected Areas. Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas.  Vienna, Austria:  Bodenkultur University, pp. 306-313.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2002.  Integrating Multiple Wilderness Values into a Decision-Making Model for Denali National Park and Preserve.  Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas.  Vienna, Austria:  Bodenkultur University, pp. 136-142.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2002.  Using Simulation Modeling to Facilitate Proactive Monitoring and Adaptive Management of Social Carrying Capacity at Arches National Park, Utah, USA.  Monitoring and Management of Visitor Flows in Recreational and Protected Areas.  Vienna, Austria:  Bodenkultur University, pp. 205-210.
Bacon, J., R. Manning, A. Graefe, G. Kyle, R. Lee, R. Burns, R. Hennessy, and R. Gray.  2001.  Security Along the Appalachian Trail.  Proceedings of the 2001 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-289, pp. 326-332.
Manning, R. 2001.  How Much is Too Much?  Carrying Capacity of National Parks and Related Areas.  Human Use Management of Mountain Areas.  Banff, Alberta:  The Banff Centre, pp. 1-15.
Manning, R.  2001.  Carrying Capacity as “Informed Judgement”:  The Values of Science and the Science of Values.  Visitor Use Density and Wilderness Experience:  Proceedings.  USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-20, pp. 21-28.
Wang, B., R. Manning, S. Lawson, and W. Valliere.  2001.  Estimating Social Carrying Capacity Through Computer Simulation Modeling:  An Application to Arches National Park, Utah.  Proceedings of the 2000 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-270, pp. 193-200.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2001.  Evaluating Multiple Dimensions of Visitors’ Tradeoffs Between Access and Crowding at Arches National Park Using Indifference Curve Analysis.  Proceedings of the 2000 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE- 270, pp. 167-175.
Lawson, S. and R. Manning.  2000.  Crowding Verses Access at Delicate Arch, Arches National Park:  An Indifference Curve Analysis.  Proceedings of the Third Symposium on Social Aspects and Recreation Research.  Tempe, AZ:  Arizona State University, pp. 135-143.
Manning, R., and D. Lime.  2000.  Defining and Managing Wilderness Recreation Experiences.  Proceedings of the Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference.  USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-4, pp. 13-52.
Davenport, M., W. Freimund, W. Borrie, R. Manning, W. Valliere, and B. Wang.  2000.  Examining Winter Use in Yellowstone National Park.  Proceedings of the Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference.  USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-4, pp. 86-92.
Stewart, W., D. Cole, R. Manning, W. Valliere, J. Taylor, and M. Lee.  2000.  Preparing for a Day Hike at Grand Canyon:  What Information is Useful? Proceedings of the Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference.  USDA Forest Service Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-4, pp. 221-226.
Ballinger, N. and R. Manning.  1998.  Sense of Place: Mount Desert Island Residents and Acadia National Park.  Proceedings of the 1997 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-241, pp. 85-88.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, and C. Jacobi.  1997.  Crowding Norms for the Carriage Roads of Acadia National Park: Alternative Measurement Approaches.  Proceedings of the 1996 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-232 pp.  139-145.
Manning, R., W. Valliere, and B. Minteer.  1997.  Environmental Values and Ethics and National Forest Management.  Proceedings of the 1996 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-232, pp.  216-222.
Gilbert, A., R. Manning, C. Negra, and E. Koenemann.  1996.  Economic and Social Values of Parks:  A Vermont Case Study.  Proceedings of the 1995 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-218, pp. 141-147.
Jacobi, C., R. Manning, and W. Valliere. 1996.  Visitor Use and Conflict on the Carriage Roads of Acadia National Park.  Proceedings of the 1995 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-218 pp. 109-112.
Manning, R.  1996.  Designing an Integrated Core Curriculum for Natural Resources Education.  Proceedings for the First Biennial Conference on University Education in Natural Resources. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University, pp. 121-133.
Manning, R.  1996.  Designing an Integrated Core Curriculum for Natural Resources Education.  Proceedings of the Greening of the Campus Conference.
Muncie, Indiana:  Ball State University. Pp. 14-27.
Manning, R. , A. Graefe, and S. McCool.  1996.  Trends in Carrying Capacity Planning and Management.  Proceedings of the Fourth International Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Trends Symposium.  St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota, pp.  334-341.
Manning, R., W. LaPage, K. Griffall, and B. Simon.  1996.  Suggested Principles for Designing and Implementing  User Fees and Charges in the National Park System.  Recreation Fees in the National Park System.  Cooperative Park Studies Unit, University of Minnesota, pp. 134-136.
Manning, R. and D. Lime.  1996.  Crowding and Carrying Capacity in the National Park System: Toward a Social Science Research Agenda.  Congestion and Crowding in the National Park System Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Publication 86-1996, pp.  27-66.
Manning, R., D. Lime, M. Hof, and W. Freimund. 1996. The Carrying Capacity of National Parks: Theory and Application.  Proceedings of the Conference on Innovations and Challenges in the Management of Visitor Opportunities in Parks and Protected Areas.  Parks Canada and the University of Waterloo, pp. 9-21.
Manning, R. and W. Valliere.  1996.  Parks as Neighbors: The Experience of Living In and Around Cape Cod National Seashore.  Proceedings of the 1995 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-218, pp. 255-259.
Negra, C. and R. Manning. 1996. Incorporating Environmental  Behavior, Ethics, and Values into Nonformal Environmental Education Programs.  Proceedings of the 1995 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-218 pp. 75-80.
White, C., M. Cobus, R. Manning, J. Seffel, and T. More. 1996. Trends in the Economics of Sustainable Tourism: The Future of Outdoor Recreation Fees for the Public Sector.  Proceedings of the Fourth International Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Trends Symposium.  St. Paul, MN: University of Minnesota, pp. 285-293.
Manning, R., D. Lime and R. McMonagle. 1995.  Indicators and Standards of the Quality of the Visitor Experience at a Heavily-Used National Park.  Proceedings of the 1994 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-198, p.  24-32.
Valliere, W. and R. Manning.  1995.  Environmental Ethics and Wilderness Management: An Empirical Study.  Proceedings of the 1994 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-198, pp. 195-198.
Wiberg, K., F. Schmidt, R. Manning, and S. Bulmer. 1995.  The 1992 Vermont Recreation Survey and Environmental Index: Vermonters' Perceptions of Recreational and Environmental Issues in Vermont. Proceedings of the 1994 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-198, pp. 204-208.
Hand, S., R. Manning, F. Schmidt, P. Searls, and P. Sendak.  1993.  Seeking Consensus: An Aiken Solution.  Sustaining Ecosystems, Economies, and a Way of Life in the Northern Forest.  Washington, D.C.: The Wilderness Society, pp. 139-143.
Manning, R.  1993.  A Survey of Northern Forest Values. Sustaining Ecosystems, Economies, and a Way of Life in the Northern Forest.  Washington, D.C.: The Wilderness Society, pp.8-9.
Manning, R., and M. Smith.  1993.  The Environmental Significance of Historical Parks: A Study of Evolving Park Values.  Proceedings of the 1992 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report.  NE-176, pp. 75-76.
Manning, R.  1992.  Beyond Standard Standards:  Incorporating Non-recreational Values into Wilderness Management.  Defining Wilderness Quality:  The Role of Standards in Wilderness Management.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PNW-305, 67-74.
Manning, R.  1992.  Carrying Capacity in the National Parks.  Grand Canyon Visitor Use Management Workshop.  Denver, CO: U.S. National Park Service, p. 32.
Bikales, E., and R. Manning.  1990.  Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Concern.  Proceedings of the 1990 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-145, pp 13-18.
Manning, R.  1990.  Do Parks Make Good Neighbors?  Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource.  Minneapolis, Minnesota, USDA Forest Service, pp 465-468.
Manning, R.  1990.  Opportunities for Linking Wilderness and Tourism.  Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource.  Minneapolis, Minnesota, USDA Forest Service, pp 629-633.
Manning, R., and R. Zwick.  1990. The Relationship Between Quality of Recreation Opportunities and Support for Recreation Funding.  Proceedings of the 1990 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-145, pp. 9-12.
Manning, R.  1989.  Free to Be You and Me:  Thoughts on Wilderness Management.  Proceedings of the Wilderness Research Colloquium.  National Outdoor Leadership School, pp. 11-15.
Manning, R.  1989.  Social Research in Wilderness:  Man in Nature Proceedings of the National Wilderness Colloquium.  USDA Forest Service General Technical Report SE-51, pp. 120-132.
Manning, R.  1986.  Density and Crowding in Wilderness:  Search and Research for Satisfaction.  Proceedings of the National Wilderness Research Conference, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report INT-142, pp. 410-419.
Manning, R., and E. Koenemann.  1986.  Differential Campsite Pricing:  An Experiment.  Campgrounds: New Perspectives on Management, Carbondale: Southern Illinois University, pp. 39-48. 
Stankey, G., and R. Manning.  1986.  Carrying Capacity of Recreation Settings.  A Literature Review, The President's Commission on Americans Outdoors pp. 47-58.
Manning, R., and F. Potter.  1982.  Wilderness Encount­ers of the Third Kind.   Proceedings of the Third Annual Conference of the Wilderness Psychology Group.  West Virginia University, pp. 1-14.
Manning, R., and S. Wear.  1982.  Hydropower in the Champlain Basin:  Conservation Controversy.  Proceed­ings of the 1981 Lake Champlain Basin Environmental Conference.  Institute for Man and Environment, Plattsburgh State University, pp. 31-40.
Manning, R., H. Woods, and S. Putnam.  1982.  No-Loss Giving:  Designing a Successful Student Volunteer Program.  Proceedings of the Volunteers in the Back­country Conference, USDA Forest Service, pp. 7-17.
Manning, R., L. Powers, and C. Mock.  1981.  Temporal Distribution of Forest Recreation:  Problems and Potential.  Forest and River Recreation.  University of Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station Publication 18, pp. 26-32.
Manning, R.  1980.  Computer Simulation as a Tool in Teaching Park and Wilderness Management.  Proceedings of the National Workshop on Computers in Parks and Recreation.  National Recreation and Park Association.
Manning, R.  1980.  Fishermen and Other River Recreation­ists.  Proceedings of the International Symposium on Fishery Resource Allocation.  United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization.
Manning, R.  1980.  River Recreation Use and Users:  A Northeastern Case Study.  Proceedings of the Conference on River Conservation and Revitalization:  An Agenda for the 1980s.  U.S. Heritage Conservation and Recrea­tion Service.
Manning, R., and P. Cormier.  1980.  Trends in the Temporal Distribution of Park Use.  Proceedings of the 1980 Outdoor Recreation Trends Symposium. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report NE-57, pp. 81-87.
Manning, R.  1979.  International Aspects of National Park Systems.  Tourism and the Next Decade:  Proceedings of the International Symposium Washington, D.C.: The George Washington University Press, pp. 179-192.. 
 

Agricultural Experiment Station and

Extension Publications

Moncrief, L., and R. Manning.  1976.  A Study of the Genessee County Park and Recreation System.  Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 282.
Moncrief, L., R. Manning, and J. Hawrelak.  1981.  Participation in Land Use Control Programs as a Function of Land Ownership Objectives and Environmental Orientation.  Michigan State University Agricultural Experiment Station Research Report 415.
Manning, R.  1989.  Planning for Tourism: A Guide for Vermont Communities.  University of Vermont Extension Bulletin, 38 pp.
 
Other Publications
Manning, R. and J. Zeiger.  2001.  Planning for Tourism:  A Guide for Northern Canadian Rural Communities.  Office of Continuing Education, University of Northern British Columbia, 32 pp.
Manning, R. (and others).  1997.  VERP—The Visitor Experience and Resource Protection (VERP) Framework: A Handbook for Planners and Managers.  U.S. National Park Service, Denver Service Center, 103 pp.
Manning, R., and J. Zeiger.  1994.  Planning for Tourism: A Guide for Rural Communities.  Center for the Advancement and Study of Tourism, Black Hills State University, 37 pp.
Marion, J., J. Roggenbuck, and R. Manning.  1993.  Problems and Practices in Backcountry Recreation Management: A Survey of National Park Service Managers.  National Park Service Natural Resource Report NPS/NRVT/NRR-93/12, 64 pp.
Manning, R.  1987.  The Law of Nature.  A study guide on national park management commissioned by Umbrella Films, Inc., Brookline, MA.
Underhill, A., W. Stewart, R. Manning, and E. Carpenter.  1986.  A Sociological Study of Backcountry Users at Grand Canyon National Park.  Technical Report No. 17, Cooperative National Park Resources Studies Unit, University of Arizona.
 
HONORS AND AWARDS
Louis F. Twardzik Distinguished Alumni, Department of Park, Recreation and Tourism Resources, Michigan State University
Studies in Outdoor Recreation selected as “Outstanding Academic Title” by Choice Magazine.
Fellow, Academy of Leisure Sciences
University Scholar, University of Vermont.
Phi Kappa Phi
Sigma Xi
Xi Sigma Pi
Michigan State University Graduate College Scholarship
Maryland State Senatorial Scholarship
 
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
Present
Guest Editor, Leisure Sciences (Volume 24, Numbers 3 & 4, 2002)
Guest Editor, The George Wright Forum (Volume 13, Number 2, 1996; Volume 18, Number 3, 2001
Associate Editor, International Journal of Wilderness
Associate Editor, Journal of Park and Recreation Administration
Associate Editor, Journal of Leisure and Hospitality Marketing
Fellow, Center for Research on Vermont
Member, George Wright Society
Reviewer, Journal of Leisure Research, Leisure Sciences, Journal of Forestry, Journal of Forest and Conservation History, Environmental Management, Water Resources Bulletin, Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, Society and Natural Resources, Journal of Applied Recreation Research.
 
Past
Policy Review Editor, Society and Natural Resources
Associate Editor, Forest and Conservation History
Associate Editor, Journal of Leisure Research
Chairman, Tourism as an Option in Rural America, a one-day symposium sponsored by the Vermont Seminars Program
Commissioner, Burlington, Vermont Park and Recreation Department
Coordinator, Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource
Coordinator, National Wilderness Research Conference
Guest Editor, The George Wright Forum
Member, American Water Resources Association
Member, National Recreation and Park Association
Member, Rural Sociological Society
Member, Temperate Ecosystems Directorate, U.S. Man and the Biosphere Program
Member, Vermont Recreation and Tourism Clearinghouse Advisory Board
Member, Vermont Statewide Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan Advisory Board
Member, Wilderness Psychology Group
National Park Service Panel on Social Science in the National Parks
Professional, Vermont Recreation and Park Association
Served as expert witness for U.S. National Park Service, U.S. Department of Justice, and Hawaii State Parks Department
 
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