April 1-3, 2012

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Messaging, Marketing, and Identity: Content Analysis of Waterfowl Hunting Videos

Mark G. Alessi, University of Illinois
Erin E. Harper, University of Illinois
Craig A. Miller, University of Illinois

Green Certification for Tourism Travel: Comparing Pilot Program Participants and NonParticipants

Laura Anderson, University of Vermont
Lisa Chase, University of Vermont Extension
David Kestenbaum, University of Vermont Extension

Institutional Support for Agency Partnerships: Exploring Personnel Perception and Website Content

Lori Barrow, Department of Forestry Southern Illinois University
Erin Seekamp, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management North Carolina State University
Lee Cerveny, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station

Roadside Campsites in the Adirondack Park: Using GIS Technology to Map Inventory Data

David Graefe, The Pennsylvania State University
Chad Dawson, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Lisa Gerstenberger, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

The Significance of Place in John Muir’s Writings about Wilderness

Ryan A. Howard, Brock University, Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies
Garrett Hutson, Brock University

Smallmouth and Largemouth Bass Anglers: How different are they?

Diane Kuehn, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Matthew Brincka, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
Valerie Luzadis, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

Visitor Support for Recreation Fees in Georgia State Parks

Lincoln R. Larson, Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources, University of Georgia
Jason W. Whiting, University of Georgia
Gary T. Green, University of Georgia
J. M. Bowker, U.S.D.A. Forest Service

Serious Leisure and Place Attachment: A Case Study of Amateur Athletes in Rural Oklahoma

Hung-Ling (Stella) Liu, Oklahoma State University
Lowell Caneday, Oklahoma State University

An Assessment of Residents’ Attitudes towards Tourism Development in Marshall County, West Virginia

Kudzayi Maumbe, West Virginia University
Candice Riley, West Virginia University

Creating a Community of Learners: Peer Assessment in the Hospitality Classroom

Kimberly Monk, Southern New Hampshire University

Landowner Consideration of Conservation Easement Utilization in the Adirondack Park of New York

Matthew J. Nowak, State University of New York
Diane M. Kuehn, State University of New York

Analysis of Visitor Preferences of the Hatfield-McCoy Trails

Wendy Pace, Concord University
Dr. Roy Ramthun, Concord University
Dr. Susan Williams, Concord University

Visitors’ Climate Change Beliefs & Perceptions of Climate-Sensitive Resources at Great Sand Dunes National Park

Ryan L. Sharp, Eastern Kentucky University
Matthew T.J. Brownlee, University of Utah
Lincoln R. Larson, Cornell University

Has River use in the Mississippi River Basin changed Following the Invasion of Asian Carp?

Molly R. Spacapan, Illinois Natural History Survey
Craig A. Miller, Illinois Natural History Survey
Greg G. Sass, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Evaluating Impacts of a Museum-Based Program for Transitional Homeless Adults

Gail A. Vander Stoep, Michigan State University
Eun Jeong Noh, Michigan State University
Ju Hyoung Han, Michigan State University

Economic Impact and Significance: Additional Insights for Measurement in Special Events

Rodney B. Warnick, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
David A. Bojanic, University of Texas at San Antonio
Feng Xu, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

National Park Service Visitation and Search Behavior: An Update to 2010

Rodney B. Warnick, University of Massachusetts at Amherst
Michael A. Schuett, Texas A & M University
Walt Kuentzel, University of Vermont
Thomas Stevens, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

An Exploratory Study of Segmenting Visitors to a Community Festival

Alvin H. Yu, St. Cloud State University
I-Yin Yen, I-Shou University