Lee K. Cerveny
Lee K. Cerveny
Research Social Scientist, Pacific Northwest Research Station
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TitleCited byYear
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
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
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
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
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
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
Preliminary research findings from a study of the sociocultural effects of tourism in Haines, Alaska.
LK Cerveny
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-612. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2004
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
Tourism and its effects on southeast Alaska communities and resources: Case studies from Haines, Craig, and Hoonah, Alaska
LK Cerveny
DIANE Publishing, 2008
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
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
Agency capacity for recreation science and management: the case of the US Forest Service.
LK Cerveny, CM Ryan
Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR-757. Portland, OR: US Department of Agriculture …, 2008
Mapping landscape values: issues, challenges and lessons learned from fieldwork on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
DT Besser, R McLain, LK Cerveny, K Biedenweg, D Banis
Environmental Practice 16 (2), 138-150, 2014
Tourist populations and local capital
D Schmallegger, S Harwood, L Cerveny, DK Müller
Demography at the edge: Remote human populations in developed nations, 271-288, 2011
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
Understanding Ecosystem Service Preferences across Residential Classifications near Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
K Williams, K Biedenweg, L Cerveny
Forests 8 (5), 13, 2017
The growing phenomenon of partnerships: A survey of personnel perceptions
E Seekamp, LA Barrow, LK Cerveny
Journal of Forestry 111 (6), 412-419, 2013
Mapping Meaningful Places on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula: Toward a Deeper Understanding of Landscape Values
MLR Cerveny, LK, Biedenweg, K
Environmental Management, 2017
Nature and tourists in the last frontier: local encounters with global tourism in coastal Alaska.
L Cerveny
Nature and tourists in the last frontier: local encounters with global …, 2008
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