Natalie Sexton - USGS (FORT)

Title: Wildlife Biologist (Human Dimensions)

FORT Affiliation: Policy Analysis & Science Assistance

Duty Station:
2150 Centre Ave
Bldg C
Fort Collins, CO 80526
Room 2136

Phone: 970-226-9313





Year Title Type
2013 Regional economic impacts of current and proposed management alternatives for Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge Open-file Report
2012 Using the web to gather and disseminate human dimensions data: Examples from the 2010/2011 national wildlife refuge visitor survey Abstract
2012 Communicating climate change - A case study of visitors to national wildlife refuges Abstract
2012 The State of Human Dimensions Capacity: Current Needs and Training Opportunities Abstract
2011 Landsat imagery: A unique resource Science Feature
2011 Appropriate uses and considerations for online surveying in human dimensions research Journal Article
2011 The users, uses, and value of Landsat and other moderate-resolution satellite imagery in the United States—Executive report Open-file Report
2009 Stakeholder evaluation for Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge: Completion Report Open-file Report
2009 Social and economic considerations for coastal and watershed restoration in the Puget Sound, Washington: A literature review Open-file Report
2009 Regional economic analysis of current and proposed management alternatives for Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge Open-file Report
2008 Community survey results for Rappahannock River Valley National Wildlife Refuge: Completion Report Open-file Report
2008 The virtues of Q methodology in natural resource planning and decision making Abstract
2007 A human-dimensions review of human-wildlife disturbance: a literature review of impacts, frameworks, and management solutions Open-file Report
2007 Q Methodology: A Tool for Facilitating Public Discourse in Natural Resources Decision-making. Workshop Summary Proceedings
2007 Understanding knowledge and perceptions of bats among residents of Fort Collins, Colorado Open-file Report
2007 Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on Bureau of Land Management lands: A literature synthesis, annotated bibliographies, extensive bibliographies, and internet resources Open-file Report
2007 Visitor and community survey results for Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge: Completion report Open-file Report
2006 Science for planning: it's more than just the biology! Popular Article
2005 Visitor and community survey results for Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge and Lighthouse: completion report Open-file Report
2005 Visitor Survey Results for the Souris River Loop National Wildlife Refuges: Completion Report Open-file Report
2005 Stakeholder survey results for Lake Umbagog National Wildlife Refuge: completion report Open-file Report
2004 Measuring experiences in parks and protected areas Proceedings, Pages in
2004 Alternative transportation on public lands: striking a balance between resource protection and visitor experience Abstract
2004 Summary of Studies Supporting Cumulative Effects Analysis of Upper Yellowstone River Channel Modifications Open-file Report
2002 Selected Effects of the Conservation Reserve Program on Program Participants: A Report to Survey Respondents Open-file Report
2001 Citizen knowledge of and attitudes toward black-tailed prairie dogs: Completion report Open-file Report
2001 Quality of Life on the Colorado Plateau: A Report to Camera-Survey Collaborators in Southeast Utah Open-file Report
2001 Citizen knowledge and perception of black-tailed prairie dog management; report to respondents Open-file Report
1996 The importance of water to Rocky Mountain National Park visitors: an adaptation of visitor-employed photography to natural resources management Journal Article
1995 Visitor employed photography at Rocky Mountain National Park: a valuation technique Journal Article
1994 Effects of Section 404 permits on wetlands in North Dakota Report
1994 Pictures of the park: photo survey studies public values Journal Article
1994 Methods for Evaluating Wetland Functions Report
1993 Highlights from the Ashton-St. Anthony Project Case Study Web Site/Page