Rudy Schuster - USGS (FORT)

Title: Social and Economic Analysis Branch Chief

FORT Affiliation: Social and Economic Analysis

Duty Station:
Fort Collins Science Center
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526

Phone: 970-226-9165

Email: schusterr@usgs.gov

      

Current Research

      

Research Publications

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Year Title Type
2012 Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge: Lake Lowell Visitor Use Data Summary Report
2009 An exploratory analysis of coping schemes used by paddlers who camped in the St. Regis Canoe Area, New York Report, Pages In
2009 Behavioral intentions within off-highway vehicle communities in the northeastern U.S.: an application of the theory of planned behavior Report, Pages In
2009 Campers' perspectives about boating in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest, New York Report, Pages In
2009 Using destination image to predict visitors' intention to revisit three Hudson River Valley, New York, communities Report, Pages In
2008 An exploratory study of OHV riders in New York State: findings and implications for management Report, Pages In
2008 Lows Lake Primitive Area visitor study Report
2008 Questioning the continuum: Specialization in rock climbing Report, Pages In
2008 Recreation-related values, attitudes, and beliefs of business owners in the Saranac Lakes region of New York State's Adirondack Park Report, Pages In
2008 St. Regis Canoe Area visitor and campsite study Report
2007 Appraisal of and response to social conditions in the Great Gulf Wilderness: Relationships among perceived crowding, rationalization, product shift, satisfaction, and future behavioral intentions Report, Pages In
2007 Expansion of the wilderness values scale with three sub-scales: Personal maintenance, expression and learning, and societal maintenance Report, Pages In
2007 Fostering children’s connections to natural places through cultural and natural history storytelling Journal Article
2007 Outdoor recreation management: Today’s actions and tomorrow’s expectations Journal Article
2007 Recreation-related perceptions of natural resource managers in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area Report, Pages In
2006 Book Review of: Rewilding North America: A vision for conservation in the 21st Century, by Dave Forman Journal Article
2006 Coping with stress resulting from social value conflict: Non-hunter's response to social interaction with hunters Journal Article
2006 Measurement of direct-use wilderness values: A qualitative study Report, Pages In
2006 Proceedings of the 2005 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium Report
2006 Stress appraisal and coping response to hassles experienced in outdoor recreation settings Journal Article
2006 Visitor perceptions of crowding: An exploratory study in the Mohonk Preserve Report, Pages In
2006 Voluntary BMP implementation by NIPF owners in New York City's water supply system Journal Article
2005 "They all cared about the forest": Elementary school children's experiences of the loss of a wooded play space at a private school in upstate New York Report, Pages In
2005 Stress and coping in the High Peaks wilderness: An exploratory assessment of visitor experiences Report, Pages In
2005 The multiple values of wilderness: A national assessment of the values of the national wilderness preservation system Book, Pages in
2005 Understanding of cultural, existence and bequest values of wilderness Journal Article
2004 Storytelling as a means of fostering children’s connections to natural landscapes Proceedings, Pages in
2004 The social values of wilderness Report, Pages In
2004 “We’re trying to make this picture come alive again”: An examination of how site history is presented to school groups at Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum, Chittenango, New York Report, Pages In
2003 A theoretical model to measure the appraisal and coping response to hassles in outdoor recreation settings Journal Article
2003 Emotional coping response to hassles and stress experienced in wilderness settings Report, Pages In
2003 Proceedings of the 2002 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium: Bolton Landing, New York - April 13-16 Report
2001 Rock Climbers’ attitudes toward the management and use of bolts Journal Article
2001 Visitor experiences of stress and reported hassles in the Shining Rock Wilderness Area Journal Article
2000 Wilderness use in the next 100 years Journal Article
1999 Effective coping strategies in stressful outdoor recreation situations: Conflict on the Ocoee River Report, Pages In
1999 Understanding the visitor’s experience at Fort Sumter National Monument Proceedings, Pages in

Pre-USGS Products

Displaying 1 - 36 of 36
Year Title Type
2009 An exploratory analysis of coping schemes used by paddlers who camped in the St. Regis Canoe Area, New York Report, Pages In
2009 Behavioral intentions within off-highway vehicle communities in the northeastern U.S.: an application of the theory of planned behavior Report, Pages In
2009 Campers' perspectives about boating in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest, New York Report, Pages In
2009 Using destination image to predict visitors' intention to revisit three Hudson River Valley, New York, communities Report, Pages In
2008 An exploratory study of OHV riders in New York State: findings and implications for management Report, Pages In
2008 Lows Lake Primitive Area visitor study Report
2008 Questioning the continuum: Specialization in rock climbing Report, Pages In
2008 Recreation-related values, attitudes, and beliefs of business owners in the Saranac Lakes region of New York State's Adirondack Park Report, Pages In
2008 St. Regis Canoe Area visitor and campsite study Report
2007 Appraisal of and response to social conditions in the Great Gulf Wilderness: Relationships among perceived crowding, rationalization, product shift, satisfaction, and future behavioral intentions Report, Pages In
2007 Expansion of the wilderness values scale with three sub-scales: Personal maintenance, expression and learning, and societal maintenance Report, Pages In
2007 Fostering children’s connections to natural places through cultural and natural history storytelling Journal Article
2007 Outdoor recreation management: Today’s actions and tomorrow’s expectations Journal Article
2007 Recreation-related perceptions of natural resource managers in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area Report, Pages In
2006 Book Review of: Rewilding North America: A vision for conservation in the 21st Century, by Dave Forman Journal Article
2006 Coping with stress resulting from social value conflict: Non-hunter's response to social interaction with hunters Journal Article
2006 Measurement of direct-use wilderness values: A qualitative study Report, Pages In
2006 Proceedings of the 2005 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium Report
2006 Stress appraisal and coping response to hassles experienced in outdoor recreation settings Journal Article
2006 Visitor perceptions of crowding: An exploratory study in the Mohonk Preserve Report, Pages In
2006 Voluntary BMP implementation by NIPF owners in New York City's water supply system Journal Article
2005 "They all cared about the forest": Elementary school children's experiences of the loss of a wooded play space at a private school in upstate New York Report, Pages In
2005 Stress and coping in the High Peaks wilderness: An exploratory assessment of visitor experiences Report, Pages In
2005 The multiple values of wilderness: A national assessment of the values of the national wilderness preservation system Book, Pages in
2005 Understanding of cultural, existence and bequest values of wilderness Journal Article
2004 Storytelling as a means of fostering children’s connections to natural landscapes Proceedings, Pages in
2004 The social values of wilderness Report, Pages In
2004 “We’re trying to make this picture come alive again”: An examination of how site history is presented to school groups at Chittenango Landing Canal Boat Museum, Chittenango, New York Report, Pages In
2003 A theoretical model to measure the appraisal and coping response to hassles in outdoor recreation settings Journal Article
2003 Emotional coping response to hassles and stress experienced in wilderness settings Report, Pages In
2003 Proceedings of the 2002 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium: Bolton Landing, New York - April 13-16 Report
2001 Rock Climbers’ attitudes toward the management and use of bolts Journal Article
2001 Visitor experiences of stress and reported hassles in the Shining Rock Wilderness Area Journal Article
2000 Wilderness use in the next 100 years Journal Article
1999 Effective coping strategies in stressful outdoor recreation situations: Conflict on the Ocoee River Report, Pages In
1999 Understanding the visitor’s experience at Fort Sumter National Monument Proceedings, Pages in