Steven Rubenstein Professor of Environment and Natural Resources/Director Park Studies LaboratoryEmail: email@example.com
Office: 313A Aiken Center
Park Studies Laboratory: http://www.uvm.edu/parkstudieslaboratory/
Areas of Interest
Parks and protected areas, outdoor recreation, carrying capacity, environmental history and philosophy
Robert Manning is Professor in the Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources at the University of Vermont, where he teaches the history, philosophy, and management of parks and related areas and conducts a program of research for the U.S. National Park Service and related agencies. He is also Director of the university's Park Studies Laboratory. Dr. Manning has spent four year-long sabbatical leaves with the U.S. National Park Service at Grand Canyon National Park, Yosemite National Park, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and the headquarters office in Washington, DC.
He is the author of several books, including Studies in Outdoor Recreation: Search and Research for Satisfaction (3rd Edition) (Oregon State University Press), Parks and Carrying Capacity: Commons without Tragedy (Island Press), Parks and People: Managing Outdoor Recreation at Acadia National Park (University Press of New England), Managing Outdoor Recreation: Case Studies in the National Parks (University Press of New England), and Walking Distance: Extraordinary Hikes for Ordinary People (Oregon State Unversity Press).
Ph.D. Resource Conservation, Michigan State University
M.S. Parks and Outdoor Recreation, Michigan State University
B.S. Biology, Washington College (Maryland)
Manning, R. and L. Anderson. 2012. Manageing Outdoor Recreation: Case Studies in the National Parks. Cambridge, MA: CABI, 243pp.
Manning, R. 2011. Studies in Outdoor Recreation: Search and Research for Satisfaction (3rd Edition). Corvallis, OR: Oregon State Univesity Press, 468pp.
Manning, R. 2009. Parks and People: Managing OUtdoor Recreation at Acadia National Park. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England, 336pp.
Manning, R. 2007. Parks and Carrying Capacity: Commons without Tragedy. Washington, DC: Island Press, 313pp.