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 In press

87. Browning, M.H.E.M., Mimnaugh, K., van Riper, C.J., Laurent, H.K., & LaValle, S.M. (in press). Can artificial nature be good for our health? Comparing short, single-doses of nature exposure to virtual reality with the outdoors. Frontiers in Psychology.

86. van Riper, C.J., Golebie, E., Suski, C., Landon, A., Stedman, R., & Gaden, M. (in press) Beyond the catch: Fostering stewardship among recreational anglers through the development of a water ethic. In: Neal, J.W., Lang, T.J., Hunt, K.M., Kurawski, K., Krogman, R., & Taylor, J. (Eds.), Angler Recruitment, Retention, and Reactivation: Influencing the Future of Fisheries and Aquatic Conservation. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.  

85. Shipley, N. & van Riper, C.J. (in press). A guide for understanding and identifying theories for visitor use management research. In: Brownlee, M., Freimund, W., Hallo, J., Miller, Z., & Sharp, R. (Eds.), Visitor Use Management in Parks and Protected Areas. Sagamore-Venture Publishing.

2019

84. Eriksson, M., van Riper, C.J., Leitschuh, B., Bentley-Brymer, A., Rawluk, A., Raymond, C., & Kenter, J. (2019). Social learning as a link between the individual and the collective: Evaluating deliberation on social values. Sustainability Science, 14(5), 1323-1332. (PDF)

 83. Foelske, L., van Riper, C.J., Stewart, W., Ando, A., Gobster, P., & Hunt, L. (2019). Assessing growth preferences on the rural-urban fringe using a discrete choice analysis. Landscape and Urban Planning, 189, 396-407. (PDF)

82. Kenter, J.O., Raymond, C.M., van Riper, C.J., Azzopardi, E., Brear, M.R., Calcagni, F., Christie, I., Christie, M., Gould, R.K., Ives, C.D., Hejnowicz, A.P., Gunton, R., Horcea-Milcu, A., Kendal. D., Kronenberg, J., Massenberg, Fordham, A., Gould, R.K., Ives, C.D., Hejnowicz, I., Gunton, R., Horcea-Milcu, A., Kendal, D., Kronenberg, J., Massenberg, J.R., O’Connor, S., Ravenscroft, N., Rawluk, A., Raymond, I.J., & Rodríguez-Morales, J., & Thankappan, S. (2019). Loving the mess: Navigating diversity and conflict in social values for sustainability. Sustainability Science, 14(5), 1439-1461. (PDF)

81. Raymond, C.M., Kenter, J.K., van Riper, C.J., Rawluk, A., & Kendal, D. (2019). Editorial overview: Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability. Sustainability Science, 14(5), 1173-1185. (PDF)

80. Johnson, D.N., van Riper, C.J., Chu, M., Winkler-Schor, S. (2019). Comparing the social values of ecosystem services in US and Australian Marine Protected Areas. Ecosystem Services, 37, 100919. (PDF)

79. Stewart, W.P., Gobster, P.H., Rigolon, A., Strauser, J., Williams, D.A., & van Riper, C.J. (2019). Resident-led beautification of vacant lots that connects place to community. Landscape and Urban Planning, 185, 200-209. (PDF)

78. Maczka, K., Chmielewski, P., Matczak, P., Jeran, A., & van Riper, C.J. (2019). The ecosystem services concept as a tool for public participation in management of the Natura 2000 network in Poland. Ecosystem Services, 35, 173-183. (PDF)

77. van Riper, C.J., Yoon, J.I., Kyle, G.T., Wallen, K.E., Landon, A., & Raymond, C. (2019). Effects of environmental worldviews and motivations on human place bonding in protected areas. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 61, 1-9. (PDF)

76. van Riper, C.J., Browning, M., Becker, D., Stewart, W., Suski, C., Browning, L., & Golebie, E. (2019). Human-nature relationships and normative beliefs predict behaviors that reduce the spread of aquatic invasive species. Environmental Management, 63 (1), 69-79. (PDF AND PDF)

75. van Riper, C.J., Winkler-Schor, S., Stamberger, L., Keller, R., Braito, M., Raymond, C., Eriksson, M., Golebie, E., & Johnson, D. (2019). Integrating multi-level values and pro-environmental behavior in a protected area. Sustainability Science, 14(5), 1395-1408. (PDF)

74. Evans, N., Stewart, W., van Riper, C.J., Ando, A., Stamberger, L., & Li, L. (2019). A stuy of growth and change in Jasper County, Illinois. (Technical report prepared for USDA-NIFA.) Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (PDF) 

73. Evans, N., Stewart, W., van Riper, C.J., Ando, A., Stamberger, L., & Li, L. (2019). A study of growth and change in Will County, Illinois. (Technical report prepared for USDA-NIFA.) Champaign, IL: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. (PDF)

72. Strauser, J. Stewart, W., Evans, N., Stamberger, L., & van Riper, C.J. (2019). Heritage narratives for landscapes on the rural-urban fringe. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 62(7), 1269-1286. (PDF)

2018

71. Gobster, Paul H; Stewart, William P.; Rigolon, Alessandro; van Riper, Carena J. Williams, & Douglas A. (2018). Visual resource stewardship at the neighborhood scale: methods for assessing a vacant land reuse program. In: Gobster, Paul H.; Smardon, Richard C., eds. Visual resource stewardship conference proceedings: landscape and seascape management in a time of change; 2017 November 7-9; Lemont, IL. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-183. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. (PDF)

70. Landon, A., Kyle, G.T., van Riper, C.J., Schuett, M.A., & Park, J. (2018). The recreational angler as ecosystem steward. Exploring the psychological dimensions of stewardship in recreational fisheries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 38(3), 579-591. (PDF)

69. Morris, E., van Riper, C.J. Kyle, G.T., Wallen, K.E, & Absher, J. (2018). Accounting for gender in a study of the motivation-involvement relationship. Leisure Sciences, 40(6) 494-507. (PDF)

68. Muhar, A., Raymond, C., van den Born, R., Bauer, N., Böck, K., Braito, M., Buijs, A., Flint, C., de Groot, W.T., Ives, C.D., Mitrofanenko, T., Plieninger, T., Tucker, C. & van Riper, C.J. (2018). A model integrating social-cultural concepts of nature into frameworks of interaction between social and natural systems. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 61(5-6), 756-777. (PDF)

67. Raymond, C.M., Kenter, J., Kendal, D., van Riper C.J., & Rawluk, A. (2018). Call for papers for “Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability.” Sustainability Science, 13(2), 269-271. (PDF)

66. Stamberger, L., van Riper, C.J., Keller, R., Brownlee, M., & Rose, J. (2018). A GPS tracking study of recreationists in an Alaskan protected area. Applied Geography, 93, 92-102. (PDF)

65. Steger, C., Hirsch, S., Evers, C., Branoff, B., Petrova, M., Nielson-Pincus, M., Wardropper, C., & van Riper, C.J. (2018). Ecosystem services as boundary objects for transdisciplinary collaboration. Ecological Economics, 143, 153-160. (PDF)

64. van Riper, C.J., Lum, C., Kyle, G.T., Wallen, K.E., Absher, J. & Landon, A.C. (2018). Values, motivations, and intentions to engage in pro-environmental behavior. Environment and Behavior., 1-26 (PDF)

63. van Riper, C.J., & van Riper, C III. (2018). A multigenerational perspective on overcoming challenges in protected area research and management. The George Wright Forum, 35(3), 296-300. (PDF)

62. van Riper, C.J., Thiel, A., Penker, M., Braito, M., Landon, A.C., Thomsen, J., & Tucker, C.M. (2018). Incorporating multi-level values into the social-ecological systems framework. Ecology and Society, 23(3), 25. (PDF)

2017

61. Kemp, C., van Riper, C.J., Boufajreldin, L., Stewart, W., Schuenemann, J., & van den Born, R. (2017). Connecting human-nature relationships to environmental behaviors that minimize the spread of aquatic invasive species. Biological Invasions, 19 7(2059-2074). (PDF)

60. Lee, K.H., Dvorak, B., Schuett, M.A., & van Riper, C.J. (2017). Understanding spatial variation of physical inactivity across the continental United States. Landscape and Urban Planning, 168, 61-71. (PDF)

59. Riberio, N.F. van Riper, C.J., Hickerson, B. (2017). Recreation and tourism. In SAGE International Encyclopedia of Travel and Tourism (pp. 1009-1010). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publishing Inc. (PDF)

58. van Riper, C.J., Landon, A., Kidd, S., Bitterman, P., Fitzgerald, L.A., Granek, E.F., Ibarra, S., Iwaniec, D., Raymond, C.M., & Toledo, D. (2017). Incorporating socio-cultural phenomena into ecosystem service valuation: The importance of critical pluralism, BioScience, 67(3), 233-244. (PDF)

57. van Riper C.J., Kyle, G.T., Sherrouse, B.C., Sutton, S.G., & Bagstad, K.J. (2017). Toward an integrated understanding of social values for ecosystem services and environmental conditions in a national park. Ecological indicators, 72, 278-287(PDF)

2016

56. van Riper, C.J., Sutton, S.G., Kyle, G.T., Tobin, R.C., & Stewart, W. (2016). Bridging place meanings and environmental governance: A study of managers of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage AreaSociety and Natural Resources, 29(11), 1342-1358. (PDF)

55. van Riper, C.J., Sharp, R., Bagstad, K.J., Vagais, W.M., Kwenye, J., Depper, G., & Freimund, W. (2016). Recreation, values and stewardship: Rethinking why people engage in environmental behaviors in parks and protected areas. In: Weber, Samantha (Ed.) Engagement, Education, and Expectations—The Future of Parks and Protected Areas: Proceedings of the 2015 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites (pp 117-122). Hancock, Michigan: George Wright Society. (PDF)

54. van Riper, C.J., Wallen, K.E., Landon, A.C., Petriello, M.A., Kyle, G.T, & Absher, J. (2016). Modeling the trust-risk relationship in a wildland recreation setting: A social exchange perspective. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 13, 23-33. (PDF)

53. Healy, N., van Riper, C.J., & Boyd, S.W. (2016). Low versus high intensity approaches to interpretive tourism planning: The case of the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland. Tourism Management, 52, 574-583. (PDF)

52. Kyle, G.T., Yoon, J.I., van Riper, C.J., & Jun, J. (2016). Creating stewardship through discovery: A comparison among visitors that participated in three National Park / National Geographic BioBlitzes. (Prepared for the National Park Service.) Fort Collins, Colorado. (PDF)

51. Kyle, G.T., Yoon, J.I., van Riper, C.J., & Jun, J. (2016). Creating stewardship through discovery: Visitor participation in the Biscayne Bay National Park / National Geographic BioBlitz. (Prepared for the National Park Service.) Fort Collins, Colorado. (PDF)

50. Kyle, G.T., Yoon, J.I., van Riper, C.J., & Jun, J. (2016). Creating stewardship through discovery: Visitor participation in the Rocky Mountain National Park / National Geographic BioBlitz. (Prepared for the National Park Service.) Fort Collins, Colorado. (PDF)

49. Kyle, G.T., Yoon, J.I., van Riper, C.J., & Jun, J. (2016). Creating stewardship through discovery: Visitor participation in the Saguaro National Park / National Geographic BioBlitz. (Prepared for the National Park Service.) Fort Collins, Colorado. (PDF)

2015

48. Landon, A.C., van Riper, C.J., Angeli, N.F., Fitzgerald, D.B., & Neam, K.D. (2015). Growing transdisciplinary roots in the Peruvian Amazon: Lessons from the field. The Journal of Transdisciplinary Environmental Studies, 14(1): 2-12. (PDF)

47. Schuett, M.A., Kyle, G.T., Dudensing, R., Ding, C., van Riper, C., & Park, J. & (2015). Attitudes, behavior, and management preferences of Texas artificial reef users. (Prepared for the Artificial Reef Program, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department.) College Station, TX: Texas AgriLife Research. (PDF)

46. Wallen, K., Kyle, G., & van Riper, C.J. (2015). Carrying capacity and commercial services in the southern Sierra Nevada. (Prepared for the U.S.D.A. Forest Service.) College Station, TX: Texas A&M Agrilife Research. (PDF)

2014

45. Leong, K., van Riper, C.J., McComas, K., Manning, R.E., McCarter, J., & Gramann, J. (2014). Using research into the human dimensions of natural resource management to enhance science-informed decisions. In S. Weber (Ed.), Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2013 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, & Cultural Sites (pp. 87-93). Hancock, MI: The George Wright Society. (PDF)

44. van Riper, C.J. (2014). Valuing the invaluable: A spatial analysis of ecosystem service values, outdoor recreation behavior and biophysical conditions on Channel Islands National Park. Texas A&M University Doctoral Dissertation. (PDF)

43. van Riper C.J., & Kyle, G.T. (2014). Capturing multiple values of ecosystem services shaped by environmental worldview: A spatial analysis. Journal of Environmental Management, 145, 374-384. (PDF)

42. van Riper C.J., & Kyle, G.T. (2014). Understanding the internal processes of behavioral engagement in a national park: A latent variable path analysis of the value-belief-norm theory. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 38, 288-297. (PDF)

41. van Riper, C.J., & Kyle, G.T. (2014). Understanding the spatial dynamics of social values for ecosystem services and environmental behavior among outdoor recreationists. (Prepared for the National Park Service.) College Station, TX: Texas AgriLife Research. (PDF)

2013

40. Yoon, J.I., Kyle, G.T., van Riper, C.J., & Sutton, S.G. (2013). Testing the effects of constraints on climate change-friendly behavior among groups of Australian residents. Coastal Management, 41(6), 457-469. (PDF)

39. Daut, E., Dennis, K., Gómez-Ruiz, E.P., Hurst, Z., Roach, K.A., Santos, A.N., Toledo, D., Treglia, M.L., van Riper, C.J., & Wood, M.A. (2013). Reaching toward outward accountability of environmental non-governmental organizations. Applied Biodiversity Perspective Series, 3(2), 1-15. (PDF)

38. van Riper, C.J., Lee, M.E., van Riper, C. III., & Kyle, G.T. (2013). Understanding how social networking influences perceived satisfaction with conference experiences. Annals of Leisure Research, 16(1), 103-114. (PDF)

37. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., Sutton, S.G., Yoon, J.I., & Tobin, R.C. (2013). Australian residents’ attitudes and pro-environmental behaviors toward climate change impacts on the Great Barrier Reef. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 56(4), 494-511. (PDF)

2012

36. Arnott, R., Carr, L., Mohon, M., Santos, A., Toledo, F., Trimble, S., van Riper, C.J., Ziegler, J., & Heyman, W. (2012). Ecosystem-based fisheries management of commercially important species: Designing a network of Refugios in Baja California Sur, Mexico. (Prepared for Sociedad de Historia Natural Niparajá.) Texas A&M University, Department of Geography. (PDF)

35. Lee, M.E., van Riper, C.J., van Riper, C III., Kyle, G.T. (2012). Reaching toward the integration of research into resource management activities: A 20-year evaluation of the Colorado Plateau Biennial Conferences. In: van Riper, C. III., Villarreal, M., van Riper, C.J., & Johnson, M.J. (Eds.), The Colorado Plateau V: Research, Environmental Planning, and Management for Collaborative Conservation. University of Arizona Press. (PDF)

34. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., Sutton, S.G., Barnes, M., Sherrouse, B. (2012).  Mapping social values for ecosystem services at Hinchinbrook Island National Park, Australia. Applied Geography, 35, 164-173. (PDF)

33. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., Sutton, S.G., Yoon, J.I., & Tobin, R.C. (2012). Outdoor recreational experiences on Hinchinbrook Island National Park, Australia. (Prepared for Queensland Parks & Wildlife Service.) College Station, TX: Texas AgriLife Research. (PDF)

32. van Riper, C. III., Powell, B., Machlis, G., van Wagtendonk, J., van Riper, C.J., von Ruschkowski, E., Schwarzbach, R., & Galipeau, R. (2012). Using integrated research and interdisciplinary science: Potential benefits and challenges to managers of parks and protected areas. The George Wright Forum, 29(2), 216-226. (PDF)

31. van Riper, C III., Villarreal, M.L., van Riper, C.J., & Johnson, M.J. (Eds.) (2012). The Colorado Plateau V: Research, environmental planning, and management for collaborative conservation. University of Arizona Press. 343 pp. (PDF)

30. van Riper, C III., Villarreal, M.L., van Riper, C.J., & Johnson, M.J. (2012). Introduction and acknowledgements. In: van Riper, C. III., Villarreal, M.L., van Riper, C.J., & Johnson, M.J. (Eds.), The Colorado Plateau V: Research, Environmental Planning, and Management for Collaborative Conservation. (pp. xi – xiii). University of Arizona Press. (PDF

29. Villarreal, M. L., van Riper, C III., van Riper, C.J., Johnson, M. J.,& Selleck, S. S. (2012). Informing collaborative conservation and management of Colorado Plateau resources. In: van Riper, C. III., Villarreal, M.L., van Riper, C.J., & Johnson, M.J. (Eds.), The Colorado Plateau V: Research, Environmental Planning, and Management for Collaborative Conservation. University of Arizona Press. (PDF)

2011

 28. Manning, R., Valliere, W., Anderson, L., Stanfield McCown, R., Pettengill, P., Reigner, N., Lawson, S., Newman, P., Budruk, M., Laven, D., Hallo, J., Park, L., Bacon, J., Abbe, D., van Riper, C., & Goonan, K. (2011). Defining, measuring, monitoring, and managing the sustainability of parks for outdoor recreation. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 29(3), 24-37. (PDF)

27. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., Sutton, S.G., & Tobin, R.C. (2011). A case study of managers' place meanings and environmental governance of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia. (Prepared for federal and state managers of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park.) College Station, TX: Texas AgriLife Research. (PDF)

26. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., Sutton, S., Tobin, R., & Stronza, A. (2011). Place meanings among resource and recreation managers of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Australia. In S. Weber (Ed.), Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World Proceedings of the 2011 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites (pp. 344-349). Hancock, MI: The George Wright Society. (PDF)

25. van Riper, C. III., Powell, B., van Wagtendonk, J., Machlis, G., Galipeau, R., & van Riper, C.J., & von Ruschkowski, E. (2011). Integrated science and interdisciplinary research for parks and protected areas. In S. Weber (Ed.), Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World Proceedings of the 2011 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites (pp. 350-355). Hancock, MI: The George Wright Society. (PDF)

24. Dennis, K., van Riper, C.J., & Wood, M.A. (2011). Payments for ecosystem services as a potential conservation tool to mitigate deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon. Applied Biodiversity Perspective Series, 1(3). (PDF)

23. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., & Yoon, J.I., (2011). A case study of place meanings among managers of Aransas National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Illuminare: A Student Journal in Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Studies, 9(1), 16-28. (PDF)

22. van Riper, C.J., Manning, R.E., Monz, C. & Goonan, K.A. (2011). Visitor preferences for tradeoffs among recreation conditions on mountain summits of the Northern Forest of the United States. Leisure Sciences 33(3), 228-249. (PDF)

21. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G., Yoon, J.I., Hageman, J. (2011) Assessing place meanings and management decision-making at Aransas Wildlife Refuge Complex. (Prepared for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.) College Station, TX: Texas A&M University. (PDF)

2010

20. Kyle, G.T., Shafer, C.S., van Riper, C.J., & Yoon, J.I. (2010). Toledo Bend relicensing FERC project No. 2305: Recreation use and needs assessment. (Prepared for the Sabine River Authority.) College Station, TX: Texas AgriLife Research. (PDF)

19. van Riper, C.J., Manning, R.E. & Reigner, N. (2010). Perceived impacts of outdoor recreation in the High Peaks Wilderness Area. Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies, 16. (PDF)

18. van Riper, C.J., & Dela Cruz, M. (2010). Reaching conservation-oriented goals: Perspectives from the 2008 Park Break program at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. The George Wright Forum, 21(1), 60-68. (PDF)

17. van Riper, C.J., Kyle, G.T., Yoon, J.I., & Sutton, S.G. (2010). Australian community members’  attitudes toward climate change impacts at the Great Barrier Reef. In C. E. Watts & C. L. Fisher (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2010 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. General Technical Report. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. (PDF)

16. Yoon, J.I., Kyle, G.T., van Riper, C.J., & Sutton, S.G. (2010). Climate change and environmentally responsible behavior on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. In C. E. Watts & C. L. Fisher (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2010 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. General Technical Report. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. (PDF)

2009

15. Bustam, T., Moorman, M., van Riper, C.J., Stehn, S., & Stanfield McCown, R. (2009). Ocean currents, dune hollows and mountain peaks: Park Break as a pedagogical approach to collaborative experiential learning in the national parks. The George Wright Forum, 26 (3), 14-22. (PDF)

14. Goonan, K., Manning, R., van Riper, C.J., Monz, C. (2009). Managing recreation on mountain summits in the Northern Forest region of Maine, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont. In C. E. Watts & C. L. Fisher (Eds.), Proceedings of the 2009 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (pp.1-8).  General Technical Report NRS-P-66. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station. (PDF)

13. Stehn, S.E., van Riper, C.J., Moorman, M., Sharp, R., & Pope, B. (2009). Preparing the next generation of protected area managers and researchers:  A panel discussion on the 2008 Park Break program (session summary). In S. Weber (Ed.), Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2009 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites (pp. 21-25). Hancock, MI: The George Wright Society. (PDF)

12. van Riper, C.J. (2009). Cascading in the High Peaks: Surveying recreation in the Northern Forest. Adirondack Peeks, 36(2), 2p. (PDF)

11. van Riper, C.J. (2009). Tradeoffs among resource, social, and managerial conditions on mountainsummits of the Northern Forest. University of Vermont Master’s thesis. (PDF)

2008

10. Budruk, M., White, D., Wodrich, J., & van Riper, C.J. (2008). Connecting visitors to people and place: Visitors’ perceptions of authenticity at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona. Journal of Heritage Tourism, 3(3), 185-202. (PDF)

9. Manning, R., Valliere, W., van Riper, C.J., & Anderson, L. (2008). Research to support visitor management at Alcatraz Island: A replication and extension. (Prepared for the National Park Service.) Burlington, VT: University of Vermont. (PDF)

8. van Riper, C.J., & Healy, N. (2008). Perceptions of the International Symposium on Society and Resource Management Student Forum. Society and Natural Resources, 21(8), 1-8. (PDF)

7. White, D.D., Virden, R.J., & van Riper, C.J. (2008). Effect of place identity, place dependence, and experience-use-history on perceptions of recreation impacts in a natural setting. Environmental Management, 42(4), 647-657. (PDF)

6. van Riper C. III, Paxton, K.L., van Riper, C.J., van Riper, K.A., McGrath, L., & Fontaine, J.J. (2008). The role of protected areas as bird stop-over habitat: Ecology and habitat utilization by migrating land birds within Colorado River riparian forests of southwestern North America. In S. Weber & D. Harmon, D. (Eds.), Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2007 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Public Lands, and Cultural Sites (pp. 312-320). Hancock, MI: The George Wright Society. (PDF)

5. van Riper, C.J., & White, D.D. (2008). Bridging the gap: Managers’ perceptions of visitor experiences at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona. In S. Weber & D. Harmon, D. (Eds.), Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World: Proceedings of the 2007 George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Public Lands, and Cultural Sites (pp. 293-299). Hancock, MI: The George Wright Society. (PDF)

 2007

4. Goonan, K.A., van Riper, C.J., Manning, R., & Monz, C. (2007). Using science to manage Northern Forest tourism and recreation. Adirondack Journal of Environmental Studies, 14(2), 6. (PDF)

3. White, D.D., Langello, L., Masterson, C., Wodrich, J.A., McKinney, C., & van Riper, C.J. (2007). Wyoming National Historic Trails visitor survey final technical report. (Prepared for USDI Bureau of Land Management). Tempe: Arizona State University. (PDF)

2. White, D., van Riper, C.J., Wodrich, J., Aquino, J., & McKinney, C. (2007). Canyon de Chelly National Monument visitor study final technical report. (Prepared for the National Park Service). Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State University. (PDF)

1. White, D.D., Virden, R.J., Waskey, T., McKinney, C., Masterson, K., & van Riper, C.J. (2007). Molalla River Recreation Corridor and Table Rock Wilderness visitor survey final technical report. (Prepared for the Bureau of Land Management). Phoenix, AZ: Arizona State University. (PDF)



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