April 7-9, 2013

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Understanding visitor demand and service provider perception of green travel in West Virginia

Doug Arbogast, West Virginia University Extension Service

Public Attitudes about Outdoor Recreation as an Urban Forest Ecosystem Service in Oregon

Joshua Baur, Oregon State University

Factors Influencing a Business Preference for Tourism Sustainability: An International Example

Robert Bristow, Westfield State University

Overcoming Challenges to Outdoor Recreation – Private Partnership Solutions

Joshua Carroll, Southern New Hampshire University

Impacts of Marcellus Shale Drilling Operations on Recreation Use of Pennsylvania State Lands

Alan Graefe, Penn State University

Influences of EUH on Place Bonding, Involvement and Substitution: A Study of Adirondack Park Campers

David Graefe, Marshall University

Rock Climbing Management in Gatineau Park, Quebec, Canada: A Case Study

Paul Heintzman, University of Ottawa

Urban Adventure Racing: Using Grounded Theory to Assess Motives

Eddie Hill, Old Dominion University

We Are STILL Penn State: Tailgating as Community at Penn State University

Svitlana Iarmolenko, The Pennsylvania State University

Recreation Specialization of whitewater recreationists on the North Umpqua Wild

Silvia Kainzinger, West Virginia University

Do anglers living near the coast really fish more? A GIS-based analysis of angler characteristics

Diane Kuehn, SUNY ESF

Wildlife related recreation: Urban and rural perceptions

Hungling (Stella) Liu, Oklahoma State University

An evaluation of the brand identity and image of New Vrindaban ISKCON community, West Virginia

Kudzayi Maumbe, West Virginia University

The perceived outcomes of participation in a Gatineau Park interpretive program

Sarah Padbury, University of Ottawa

A Comparison of Mail and Internet Survey Procedures

Jung-Ho Suh, Michigan State University

Economic Impact and Significance Studies – Research Measurement Techniques in a Special Event

Rod Warnick, University of Massachusetts at Amherst

A Summer University Outdoor Education Course as a Significant Life Experience: Process Themes

Jennifer Wigglesworth