Wayne Freimund
Wayne Freimund
Clemson University, Chair, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
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TitleCited byYear
Crowding norms at frontcountry sites: A visual approach to setting standards of quality
RE Manning, WA Freimund, DW Lime, DG Pitt
Leisure Sciences 18 (1), 39-59, 1996
Influence of llamas, horses, and hikers on soil erosion from established recreation trails in western Montana
TH Deluca, WA Patterson, WA Freimund, DN Cole
USA Environmental Management 22, 255-262, 1998
Use of visual research methods to measure standards of quality for parks and outdoor recreation
RE Manning, WA Freimund
Journal of leisure research 36 (4), 557-579, 2004
The politics of place: Understanding meaning, common ground, and political difference on the Rocky Mountain Front
L Yung, WA Freimund, JM Belsky
Forest Science 49 (6), 855-866, 2003
The visitor experience and resource protection (VERP) process: The application of carrying capacity to Arches National Park
RE Manning, DW Lime, M Hof, WA Freimund
The George Wright Forum 12 (3), 41-55, 1995
Resilient social relationships and collaboration in the management of social–ecological systems
AB Nkhata, CM Breen, WA Freimund
Ecology and Society 13 (1), 2008
Winter visitors to Yellowstone National Park: Their value orientations and support for management actions
WT Borrie, WA Freimund, MA Davenport
Human ecology review, 41-48, 2002
Using video surveys to access dispersed backcountry visitors' norms
WA Freimund, JJ Vaske, MP Donnelly, TA Miller
Leisure Sciences 24 (3-4), 349-362, 2002
The wolf viewing experience in the Lamar Valley of Yellowstone National Park
JM Montag, ME Patterson, WA Freimund
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 10 (4), 273-284, 2005
Predicting the effects of gypsy moth on near-view aesthetic preferences and recreation appeal
SJ Hollenhorst, SM Brock, WA Freimund, MJ Twery
Forest Science 39 (1), 28-40, 1993
Assessing the relationship between desired experiences and support for management actions at Yellowstone National Park using multiple methods
WT Borrie, M Davenport, WA Freimund, RE Manning
journal of Park and Recreation Administration 20 (3), 51, 2002
A meta-study of the values of visitors to four protected areas in the western United States
RJ Tanner, WA Freimund, WT Borrie, RN Moisey
Leisure Sciences 30 (5), 377-390, 2008
Use density, visitor experience, and limiting recreational use in wilderness: Progress to date and research needs
WA Freimund, DN Cole
In: Freimund, Wayne A.; Cole, David N., comps. Visitor use density and …, 2001
The Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park: Conservation amid Border Security
R Tanner, W Freimund, B Hayden, B Dolan
Peace parks: conservation and conflict resolution. MIT, Cambridge …, 2007
Absorptive capacity as a guiding concept for effective public sector management and conservation of freshwater ecosystems
K Murray, DJ Roux, JL Nel, A Driver, W Freimund
Environmental management 47 (5), 917-925, 2011
Targeting your audience: Wildlife value orientations and the relevance of messages about bear safety
ZD Miller, W Freimund, EC Metcalf, N Nickerson
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23 (3), 213-226, 2018
Crossing methodological boundaries: assessing visitor motivations and support for management actions at Yellowstone National Park using quantitative and qualitative research …
W Borrie, W Freimund, M Davenport, R Manning
The George Wright Forum 18 (3), 72-84, 2001
Diversity in outdoor recreation: planning and managing a spectrum of visitor opportunities in and among parks
C Warzecha, R Manning, D Lime, W Freimund
The George Wright Forum 18 (3), 99-111, 2001
Benefiting from complexity thinking
SF McCool, WA Freimund, C Breen, J Gorricho, J Kohl, H Biggs
Protected area governance and management, 291-326, 2015
Building the capability to manage tourism as support for the Aichi Target
S McCool, YC Hsu, SB Rocha, AD Sæþórsdóttir, L Gardner, W Freimund
Parks 18 (2), 92, 2012
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