public involvement

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4 318
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Public Participation GIS - PPGIS (v.1)

Authors: 
Reed, P.R., G. Montgomery, S. Dawson, D. Brown
Publication Date: 
2013
Updated Date (text): 
2013-06-03
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Expansion of the wilderness values scale with three sub-scales: Personal maintenance, expression and learning, and societal maintenance

Authors: 
Schuster, R.M., H.K. Cordell, and G. Green
Publication Date: 
2007
Updated Date (text): 
2009-03-24
Parent Publication Title: 
Science and stewardship to protect and sustain wilderness values: Eighth World Wilderness Congress symposium
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Archive number: 
NonCTR/00126

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The purpose of this research was to expand the wilderness value scale administered in the 1994 and 2000 versions of the National Survey on Recreation and the Environment using questions included in the 2003 NSRE. A data set of 1,900 cases was randomly split in half. Validity of the additional questions was tested using principal component analysis, a confirmatory factor analysis cross validation procedure, Cronbach’s alpha and weighted omega reliability coefficients, and identification of a simplex pattern among the scales…

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Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge: a survey of visitor experiences: report to respondents

Authors: 
Ponds, P.D., N. Burkardt, and L. Koontz
Publication Date: 
2004
Updated Date (text): 
2009-08-05
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Archive number: 
2004/0021 FORT
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In the fall of 2000, researchers from the Policy Analysis and Science Assistance Program (PASA) of the Fort Collins Science Center (FORT) in the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) met with the staff of the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge (CPNWR) to discuss the issues related to social, economic, and human dimensions of natural resource management as it related to the Comprehensive Conservation Plan (CCP) planning process. As a result of the meeting a research study was designed to better understand how visitors are affected by environmental management decisions and provide information to assist the refuge managers in making decisions regarding public use and recreational management related to the goals of the proposed CCP. More specifically, information was collected to document the type and frequency of visitor use; assess the importance of recreational activities; and to determine visitor attitude about recreation management decisions within the refuge. To this end, we designed a study to assess the effects of the no-action and alternative management plans for the Refuge visitors’ perceptions and likely visitation patterns…

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Instream flows for riverine resource stewardship

Authors: 
Annear, T., I. Chisholm, H. Beecher, A. Locke, P. Aarrestad, N. Burkardt, C. Coomer, C. Estes, J. Hunt, R. Jacobson, G. Jobsis, J. Kauffman, J. Marshall, K. Mayes, C. Stalnaker, R. Wentworth
Publication Date: 
2002
Updated Date (text): 
2005-01-11
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Archive number: 
2002/0061 FORT

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