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Backlund, E. & Stewart, W. (2012). Effects of setting-based management on visitor experience
outcomes: Differences across a management continuum. Journal of Leisure Research, 44(3),
392-415. [pdf] 

Evans, N. & Stewart, W. (2018). The role of naturalness in ecological restoration: A case study from the Cook County Forest Preserves. Nature & Culture, 13 (2) 232-352.

Glover, T. & Stewart, W. (2013). Advancing healthy communities policy through tourism, leisure, and events research. Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and Events, 5(2), 109-122. [pdf]

Hwang, D. & Stewart, W. (2016). Social capital and collective action in rural tourism. Journal of Travel Research, 56, 81-93. [pdf]

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] 

Keller, R. & Vance, C. (2017) Linked to Landscape: Assessing Urbanization in Germany through Landscape and Economic Factors. The Professional Geographer, 69:3, 424-437. [pdf] 

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

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] 

Stewart, W.P.  & Cole , D.N. (2001) Number of Encounters and Experience Quality in Grand Canyon Backcountry: Consistently Negative and Weak Relationships. Journal of Leisure Research, 33:1, 106-120 [pdf] 

Taff, D., Miller, Z., Newman, P., Keller, R., Betchkal, D., Fergusson, L. (in prep). Comparative assessment of acoustic  norms in wilderness and won-wilderness settings of Denali National Park and Preserve. International Journal of Wilderness.

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] 

van Riper, C.J., Stamberger, L., Kuwayama, S., Lum, C., & Sabrina, S. (2017). A study of values, environmental behavior, and GPS visitor tracking in Denali National Park and Preserve. Technical report prepared for the National Park Service. [pdf] 

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]

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]

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] 

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] 

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]