Wayne Freimund
Wayne Freimund
Clemson University, Chair, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management
Verified email at clemson.edu - Homepage
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
2511996
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
1621998
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
1602004
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
1552003
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
931995
Resilient social relationships and collaboration in the management of social–ecological systems
AB Nkhata, CM Breen, WA Freimund
Ecology and Society 13 (1), 2008
812008
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
652002
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
652002
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
542005
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
471993
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
412002
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
262008
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
252001
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
242007
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
222011
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
202018
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
182001
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
182001
Benefiting from complexity thinking
SF McCool, WA Freimund, C Breen, J Gorricho, J Kohl, H Biggs
Protected area governance and management, 291-326, 2015
172015
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
162012
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