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Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources
University of Vermont
81 Carrigan Drive
Burlington, VT 05405
PhD 1994 Sociology, University of Wisconsin - Madison
MS 1989 Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management, Clemson University
BA 1977 Religion and Philosophy, St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg, NC
Environmental Sociology, Recreation and Leisure Behavior, Social Psychology, Tourism and Rural Development, and Human Dimensions of Wildlife
Kuentzel, W. F. & Heberlein, T. A. 2006. From Novice to Expert? A Panel Study of Specialization Progression and Change. Journal of Leisure Research, 38, 496-512.
Ventriss, C. & Kuentzel, W. F. 2005. Critical Theory and the Role of Citizens as Stakeholders in Environmental Decision Making: A Re-examination. International Journal of Organizational Theory and Behavior, 8, 519-539.
Kuentzel, W. F. & Ramaswamy, V. M. 2005. Tourism and Amenity Migration: A Longitudinal Analysis. Annals of Tourism Research, 32, 419-438.
Kuentzel, W. F. & Heberlein, T. A. 2003. More Visitors, Less Crowding: Change and Stability of Norms Over Time at the Apostle Islands. Journal of Leisure Research, 35, 349-371.
Heberlein, T. A. & Kuentzel, W. F. 2002. Too Many People or Too Few Deer? Human and Biological Determinants of Hunter Satisfaction and Quality. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 7, 229-250.