Lee K. Cerveny
Lee K. Cerveny
Research Social Scientist, Pacific Northwest Research Station
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Making sense of human ecology mapping: an overview of approaches to integrating socio-spatial data into environmental planning
R McLain, M Poe, K Biedenweg, L Cerveny, D Besser, D Blahna
Human Ecology 41 (5), 651-665, 2013
The use of recreation planning tools in US Forest Service NEPA assessments
LK Cerveny, DJ Blahna, MJ Stern, MJ Mortimer, SA Predmore, J Freeman
Environmental management 48 (3), 644-657, 2011
Visions of success and achievement in recreation-related USDA Forest Service NEPA processes
MJ Stern, DJ Blahna, LK Cerveny, MJ Mortimer
Environmental Impact Assessment Review 29 (4), 220-228, 2009
Comparison of USDA Forest Service and stakeholder motivations and experiences in collaborative federal forest governance in the western United States
EJ Davis, EM White, LK Cerveny, D Seesholtz, ML Nuss, DR Ulrich
Environmental management 60 (5), 908-921, 2017
Examining USDA Forest Service recreation partnerships: institutional and relational interactions
E Seekamp, LK Cerveny
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration. 28 (4): 1-15 28 (4), 1-15, 2010
Environmental and social risks: Defensive national environmental policy act in the US Forest Service
MJ Mortimer, MJ Stern, RW Malmsheimer, DJ Blahna, LK Cerveny, ...
Journal of Forestry 109 (1), 27-33, 2011
The role of discretion in recreation decision-making by resource professionals in the USDA Forest Service
T Trusty, LK Cerveny
Journal of environmental management 107, 114-123, 2012
Institutional, individual, and socio-cultural domains of partnerships: A typology of USDA Forest Service recreation partners
E Seekamp, LK Cerveny, A McCreary
Environmental Management 48 (3), 615-630, 2011
Outdoor recreation, nature-based tourism, and sustainability
PL Winter, S Selin, L Cerveny, K Bricker
Sustainability 12 (1), 81, 2020
Natural resource agencies and their motivations to partner: The public lands partnership model
A McCreary, E Seekamp, LK Cerveny, AD Carver
Leisure Sciences 34 (5), 470-489, 2012
Preliminary research findings from a study of the sociocultural effects of tourism in Haines, Alaska
LK Cerveny
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2004
Tourism and its effects on southeast Alaska communities and resources: Case studies from Haines, Craig, and Hoonah, Alaska
LK Cerveny
DIANE Publishing, 2008
Mapping Meaningful Places on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Landscape Values
MLR Cerveny, LK, Biedenweg, K
Environmental Management, 2017
Mapping Human-Environment Connections on the Olympic Peninsula: An Atlas of Landscape Values
R McLain, L Cerveny, D Besser, D Banis, A Todd, S Rohdy, ...
Occasional Papers in Geography Publication 7 (http://pdxscholar.library.pdx …, 2015
Master-planned in exurbia: Examining the drivers and impacts of master-planned communities at the urban fringe
JH Tilt, L Cerveny
Landscape and urban planning 114, 102-112, 2013
Multiple methods of public engagement: Disaggregating socio-spatial data for environmental planning in western Washington, USA
RJ McLain, D Banis, A Todd, LK Cerveny
Journal of Environmental Management. 204: 61-74. 204, 61-74, 2017
Agency capacity for recreation science and management: The case of the US Forest Service
LK Cerveny, C Ryan
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, 2008
Mapping landscape values: issues, challenges and lessons learned from field work on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
D Besser, RJ McLain, L Cerveny, K Biedenweg, D Banis
Environmental Practice, 2014
The growing phenomenon of partnerships: A survey of personnel perceptions
E Seekamp, LA Barrow, LK Cerveny
Journal of Forestry 111 (6), 412-419, 2013
Implementing the 2012 forest planning rule: Best available scientific information in forest planning assessments
CM Ryan, LK Cerveny, TL Robinson, DJ Blahna
Forest Science 64 (2), 159-169, 2018
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