NE1962: Outdoor Recreation, Parks and Other Green Environments: Understanding Human and Community Benefits and Mechanisms

(Multistate Research Project)

Status: Active

SAES-422 Reports

08/08/2018

05/03/2019

Objective 1: preventive health benefits

  • Besenyi, G.M., Schooley, B.L., Turner-McGrievy, G., Wilcox, S., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., & Kaczynski, A.T. (2018). The electronic community Park Audit Tool (eCPAT) Project: Exploring the use of mobile technology for youth empowerment and advocacy for healthy community policy, systems, and environmental change. Frontiers in Public Health, 6, 332.
  • Casey, T. T., Virden, R. J., Fix, P. J., & Garcia, R. A. (2018). Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Focus Group Study, 2016 - 2017. Project report for the Organ Mountains Desert Peaks National Monument. BLM PLRRP Report #2. Grand Junction, Colorado: Colorado Mesa University, Natural Resource Center, Department of Social and Behavioral Science.
  • Casey T. T., Virden, R. J., Fix, P. J., & Garcia, R. A. (2018). Missoula, MT BLM Field Office Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Focus Group Study, 2017 - 2018. Project report for the BLM Missoula Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #7. Grand Junction, Colorado: Colorado Mesa University, Natural Resource Center, Department of Social and Behavioral Science.
  • Fix, P. J., Brooks, J. J., & Harrington, A. M. (2018). Achieving goals and making meanings: Toward a unified model of recreational experience. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 23, 16-25.
  • Fix, P. J., Brown, C., Virden, R. J., & Casey, T. T. (2018). Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Study, Spring 2017. Project report for the BLM Las Cruces District Office. BLM PLRRP Report #3. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources Management.
  • Fix, P. J., Covelli Metcalf, E., Virden, R. J., & Casey, T. T. (2018). Garnet Winter Recreation Area Winter 2017 OFM Study. Project report for the BLM Missoula Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #4. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources Management.
  • Fix, P. J., Covelli Metcalf, E., Virden, R. J., Casey, T. T., & Garcia, R. A. (2018). Blackfoot and Marcum-Kershaw Mountains Block Management Areas Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Study, Fall 2017. Project report for the BLM Missoula Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #8. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources Management.
  • Fix, P. J., Covelli Metcalf, E., Virden, R. J., Casey, T. T., & Garcia, R. A. (2018). Garnet Ghost Town Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Study, Summer 2017. Project report for the BLM Missoula Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #6. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources Management.
  • Paudyal, R. ; Stein, T.V.; Ober, H.K.; Swisher, M.E.; Jokela, E.J.; and Adams, D.C. (2018). Recreationists’ Perceptions of Scenic Beauty and Satisfaction at a Public Forest Managed for Endangered Wildlife. Forests. 241(9). https://doi.org/10.3390/f9050241
  • Scholl, K. & Betrabet-Gulwadi, G. (2018). College Campus Landscapes within a Learning Ecosystem. Planning for Higher Education Journal, 46 (2), 1-15.
  • Gallerani, D.G., Besenyi, G.B., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A. & Kaczynski, A.T. (2017). “We actually care and we want to make the parks better": Youth experiences, changes and perceptions as community advocates. Preventive Medicine, 95, S109-S114.
  • Groshong, L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Kaczynski, A.T., Hipp, J.A. & Besenyi, G.M. (2017). Exploring attitudes, perceived norms, and personal agency: Insights into theory-based messages to encourage park-based physical activity in low-income urban neighborhoods. Journal of Physical Activity and Health, 14(2), 108-116.
  • Keith, N., Baskin, M.L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., & Sallis, J.F. (2017). The 2016 Active Living Research Conference: Equity in Active Living. Preventive Medicine, 95, S1-S3.
  • Schultz, C.L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Sayers, S.P & Thomas, I.M. (2017). A longitudinal examination of improved access on park use and physical activity in an underserved neighborhood park. Preventive Medicine, 95, S95-S100.
  • Whiting, J. A., Larson, L. R. Green, G. T., & Kralowec, C. (2017). Outdoor recreation motivation and site preferences across diverse racial/ethnic groups: A case study of Georgia State Parks. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 18, 10-21. doi: 1016/j/jort.2017.02.001

Objective 2: environmental literacy and connections with nature

  • Schultz, C.L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Sayers, S.P & Thomas, I.M. (2017). A longitudinal examination of improved access on park use and physical activity in an underserved neighborhood.

Objective 3: Community vibrancy and resilience

  • Bricker, K. (2018). “Positioning Sustainable Tourism: Humble Placement of a Complex Enterprise.” Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, Vol. 36, Number 1, 2018, pp. 208-214.
  • Groshong, L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., & Morgan, M. (2018). Climate Change Impacts in Missouri State Parks: Perceptions from Engaged Park Users. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 14, 11-20.
  • Stanis, Wilhelm, S.A., Morgan, M., Li, C., Groshong, L., Ojewola, O., Balasubrmanyam, V., & Khadka, A. (2018). Perceptions of Climate Change in Missouri State Parks: Visitors, Employees & Interpreters. Brief Report. Technical Report. Columbia, MO: School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri.
  • Dustin, D., Tysor, D., Bricker, K., & Brownlee, M. (2017). “Warriors on Cataract.” River Management Society Journal, Vol. 30, Number 3, 2017, pp. 1, 4-9.
  • Harris, B., Larson, L. R., & Ogletree, S. (2017). Different views from the 606: Impacts of an elevated linear trail on crime in Chicago. Environment & Behavior. doi: 10.1177/0013916517690197
  • Joshi, O., Poudyal, N., & Larson, L. (2017). The influence of socio-political, natural, and cultural factors on international tourism growth: a cross-country panel analysis. Environment, Development and Sustainability, 19(3), 825-838. doi: 10.1007/s10668-016-9767-x
  • Larson, L. R., Lauber, T. B., & Kay, D. L. (2017). Local government capacity to respond to environmental change: Insights from towns in New York State. Environmental Management, 60(1), 118-135. doi: 10.1007/s00267-017-0860-1
  • Larson, L. R., Usher, L. E., & Chapmon, T. (2017). Surfers as environmental stewards: Understanding place-protecting behavior at Cape Hatteras National Seashore. Leisure Sciences. doi: 10.1080/01490400.2017.1305306
  • Siemer, W. F., Larson, L. R, Decker, D. J., Stedman, R. C., Cooper, C., Doyle-Capitman, C., & Seekamp, E. (2017). Measuring complex connections between conservation and recreation: an overview of key indicators (pp. 47). Human Dimensions Research Unit Publication Series 17-3. Ithaca, NY: Department of Natural Resources, Cornell University. NY. Available at: https://ecommons.cornell.edu/bitstream/handle/1813/48206/HDRU%2017-3%20%20Measuring%20complex%20connections%20between%20conservation%20and%20recreation.pdf?sequence=2&isAllowed=y

07/20/2020

Objective 1: preventive health benefits

  • Scholl, K., & Betrabet-Gulwadi, G. (2018). Connecting Ecotherapy and Well-being. In Leal Filho W., Wall T., Azul A., Brandli L., Ozuyar P. (eds) Good Health and Well-being. Encyclopedia of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-69627-0_74-1
  • Scholl, K. & Betrabet-Gulwadi, G. (2018). College Campus Landscapes within a Learning Ecosystem. Planning for Higher Education Journal, 46 (2), 1-15.
  • Maghlakelidze, M., Jiang, S., Song, Y., & Li, D. (Accepted). Playground trees’ impacts on children’s play behaviors and well-being. Landscape Architecture Journal.
  • Bryant Wright, M.S., 2019. Title of thesis: Planning for positive outcomes: Testing methods for measuring outdoor recreation preferences on public lands. Unpublished Masters’ Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  • Liu, H.-L., Mehlhaf, J. & Gray. J. (2019). Public perceptions of parks and recreation services. Journal of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism in Public Health, 3, 17-26.

 Objective 2: environmental literacy and connections with nature

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 Objective 3: Community vibrancy and resilience

  • Casey, T. T., Garcia, R. A., & Fix, P. J. (2019). Amarillo, TX BLM Field Office Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Focus Group Study, 2018. Project report for the BLM Amarillo Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #9. Grand Junction, Colorado: Colorado Mesa University, Natural Resource Center, Department of Social and Behavioral Science.
  • Lopez Gutierrez, B.; Almeyda Zambrano, A.M.; Mulder, G.; Ols, C.; Dirzo, R.; Almeyda Zambrano, S.L; Quispe Gil, C.A.; Cruz Diaz, J.C.; Alvarez, D.; Valdelomar Leon, V.; Vallareal, E.; Sanchez Espinosa, A.; Quiros, A. Stein, T.V.; Lewis, K.; and Broadbent, E.N. 2019. Ecotourism: The ‘human shield’ for wildlife conservation in the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Journal of Ecotourism, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/14724049.2019.1686006.
  • Paudyal, R.; Stein, T.V., Birenddra, KC; and Adams, D.C. Effects of weather factors on recreation participation in humid subtropical region: A time series model. Submitted to International Journal of Biometeorology. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00484-019-01715-z
  • Fedler, T.; Stein, T.V. and Prince, F. 2019. Estimating Recreational Use of Florida’s Aquatic Preserves. Final Report. School of Forest Resources and Conservation. University of Florida. Gainesville, FL. 23 pp.
  • Eades, D. C., Butler, P. M. I., Arbogast, D. W., Faulkes, E. (2019). Transdisciplinary University Engagement for Sustainable Tourism Planning. Innovative and Promising Practices in Sustainable Tourism (vol. 1, pp. 38-57). Nanaimo, BC: Vancouver Island University Press. https://viurrspace.ca/handle/10613/16675
  • Liu, H.-L. & O’Farrell, P. (2019). Comparison analysis: State park use and demographics. South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks, Pierre, SD.
  • Liu, H.-L., Foss, K. & O’Farrell, P. (2018). Public Survey reading South Dakota State Parks. South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks, Pierre, SD.

02/25/2022

Objective 1: Health and well-being

 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:

  1. Barger, B., Larson, L. R., Ogletree, S., Torquati, J., Rosenberg, S., Johnson Gaither, C., Bartz, J. M., Gardner, A., Moody, E., & Schutte, A. (2020). Tree canopy coverage predicts lower conduct problem severity in children with ASD. Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 13(1), 43-61. doi:10.1080/19315864.2020.1714824
  2. Barger, B., Torquati, J., Larson, L. R., Bartz, J. M., Johnson-Gaither, C., Gardner, A., Moody, E., Rosenberg, S., Schutte, A., Murray, M., & Schram, B. (2021). Measuring greenspace effects on attention and stress in children and youth: a scoping review. Children, Youth and Environments, 31(1), 1-54. doi:10.7721/chilyoutenvi.31.1.0001
  3. Bowers, E. P., Larson, L. R., & Parry, B. J. (2021). Nature as an ecological asset for positive youth development: empirical evidence from rural communities. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, 688574. doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.688574
  4. Bowers, E. P., Larson, L. R., & Sandoval, A. M. (2019). Urban youth perspectives on the benefits and challenges of outdoor adventure camp. Journal of Youth Development, 14(4), 122-143. doi:10.5195/jyd.2019.809
  5. Browning, M. H., Suppakittpaisarn P., Jiang, S., & Joseph, A. (2020). Human health assessments of green infrastructure design using virtual reality. Landscape Architecture Journal, 27(182), 35-49.
  6. Browning, M. H. E. M., Larson, L. R., Sharaievska, I., Rigolon, A., McAnirlin, O., Mullenbach, L., Cloutier, S., Vu, T. M., Thomsen, J., Reigner, N., Metcalf, E. C., D’Antonio, A., Helbich, M., Bratman, G. N., & Alvarez, H. O. (2021). Psychological impacts from COVID-19 among university students: Risk factors across seven states in the United States. PLoS ONE, 16(1), e0245327. doi:1371/journal.pone.0245327
  7. Groshong, L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Kaczynski, A.T., & Hipp, JA. (2020). Attitudes about perceived park safety among residents in low-income and high minority Kansas City, Missouri Neighborhoods. Environment and Behavior, 52(6), 639–665.
  8. Groshong, L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., & Morgan, M. (2021). Perceptions of climate-change related health threats among state park visitors. Recreation, Parks and Tourism in Public Health 5, 37-64.
  9. Ibes, D. C., Rakow, D. A., & Kim, C. H. (2021). Barriers to nature engagement for youth of color. Children, Youth and Environments, 31(3), xx-xx. http://www.jstor.org/action
  10. Jackson, S. B.*, Stevenson, K. T., Larson, L. R., Peterson, M. N., & Seekamp, E. (2021). Outdoor activity participation improved adolescents’ mental health and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 18, 2506. doi:10.3390/ijerph18052506
  11. Jackson, S. B.*, Stevenson, K. T., Larson, L. R., Peterson, M. N., & Seekamp, E. (2021). Connection to nature boosts adolescents’ mental well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic. Sustainability, 13, 12297. doi:10.3390/su132112297
  12. Kil, N., Stein, T.V., Holland, S., Kim, J. J., Kim, J., and Petitte, S. 2021. The role of place attachment in recreation experience and outcome preferences among forest bathers. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 35,100410.
  13. Liu, H.-L., Mehlhaf, J., & Gray. J. (2019). Public perceptions of parks and recreation services. Journal of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism in Public Health, 3, 17–26. https://doi.org/10.2979/rptph.3.1.03
  14. Liu, H.-L., Lavender-Stott, E. S., Carotta, C. L., & Garcia, A. S. (2021). An exploration of leisure experience and participation and its contribution to stress-related growth amid COVID-19 pandemic. Leisure Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/02614367.2021.1942526.
  15. Maghlakelidze, M., Jiang, S., Song, Y., & Li, D. (2020). Playground trees’ impacts on children’s play behaviors: Recent comparative case studies. Landscape Architecture Journal. Landscape Architecture Journal, 27(182), 63-76.
  16. Mullenbach, L. E., Larson, L. R., Floyd, M., Marquet, O., Huang, J., Alberico, C., & Hipp, J. A. (2021). Neighborhood built environment impacts park use of a diverse, low-income mothers with their children. Journal of Healthy Eating and Active Living, 1(3), 98-100. doi: 51250/jheal.v1i3.16
  17. Overby, T. A., Diekmann, F., & Lekies, K. S. (2021). Nature-based interventions for vulnerable youth: A scoping review. International Journal of Environmental Health. Doi:10.1080/09603123.2021.1998390
  18. Paudyal, R.; Stein, T.V.; and Swisher, M.E. 2020. Structural relations between motivations and site attribute preferences of Florida National Scenic Trail visitors. Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration. https://doi.org/10.18666/JPRA-2019-10053
  19. Rosa, C. D.*, Larson, L. R., Collado, S., & Profice, C. C. (2021). Forest therapy can prevent and treat depression: evidence from meta-analyses. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening, 57, 126943. doi:10.1016/j.ufug.2020.126943

 

Other Publications:

  1. Fix, P. J., McAllister, E., Garcia, R. A., Virden, R. J., Casey, T. T., & Tunnell, A. (2020). Logandale Trails Management Areas Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Study, Spring 2020. Project report for the BLM Las Vegas Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #10. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, School of Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources Management.
  2. Garcia, R. A., Kelley, M. & Fix, P. J. (2021). Matanuska Greenbelt Trails Summer 2020 User Survey Results. Department of Natural Resources and Environment, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  3. Garcia, R. A. & Fix, P. J. (2021). Indian Creek 2020-21 Outcomes-Focused Management Survey Preliminary Summary Report. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
  4. Kimberly Diamond, M.S., 2021. Title of thesis: Understanding the outcomes focused management production process: meta-analysis of the relationship between activities, settings, and the benefits of recreation participation. Unpublished Masters’ Thesis, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
  5. Liu, H.-L., Meendering, J., McCormack, L., & Dvorak, S. (in press). Join the team: Creating healthy rural communities in South Dakota through Community-based wellness coalitions. Interprofessional Collaboration in Parks, Recreation, and Human Services: Theory and Cases. Sagamore-Venture Publishing.
  6. Tidball, KG. 2021. Ancient Medicine and the Sacred Hunting Hoop: Intentionally Designed Therapeutic Hunting Experiences for Returning Warriors. In Dustin, D., Bricker, K., Tysor, D., & Brownlee, M. [Eds.]. Outdoor Recreation and Our Military Family: Pathways to Recovery. Urbana, IL: Sagamore-Venture Publishing.
  7. Tidball, KG. 2020. Rivers of Recovery: Fly-Fishing and Therapeutic Outcomes. In Dustin, D., Bricker, K., Tysor, D., & Brownlee, M. [Eds.]. Outdoor Recreation and Our Military Family: Pathways to Recovery. Urbana, IL: Sagamore-Venture Publishing.

 

Objective 2: Environmental literacy and stewardship

 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:

  1. Beery, T. H., & Lekies, K. S. (2021). Nature’s services and contributions: The relational value of childhood nature experience and the importance of reciprocity. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, 9, Article 636944.
  2. Hougham, J., Lekies, K., Bohrerova, Z., Wood, C., Jaeger, K., Schroeder, B., Timmerman, A., Nardi, A., and Power, R. (2020). Youth water education: Programs and potential in the American Midwest. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation, 75 (5) 117A-122A. DOI: https://doi.org/10.2489/jswc.2020.0515A
  3. Khadka, A., Li, C., Wilhelm Stanis, S. A., & Morgan, J.M. (2021). Unpacking the power of place-based education in climate change communication. Applied Environmental Education and Communication, 20(1), 77-91
  4. Larson, L. R., Szczytko, R.*, Bowers, E. P., Stephens, L.*, Stevenson, K. T., Floyd, M. F.
  5. (2019). Outdoor time, screen time, and connection to nature: troubling trends among rural youth? Environment & Behavior, 51(8), 966-991. doi:10.1177/0013916518806686
  6. Larson, L. R, Cooper, C. B., Futch, S.*, Singh, D.*, Shipley, N. J., Dale, K., LeBaron, G., & Takekawa, J. (2020). The diverse motivations of citizen scientists: Does conservation emphasis grow as volunteer participation progresses? Biological Conservation, 242, 108428. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2020.108428.
  7. O’Farrell, P., Liu, H.-L., Carotta, C. L. (2021). Applying ecological model to explore the influential factors in children’s outdoor recreation participation. Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership, 13(3), 86-92. https://doi.org/10.18666/JOREL-2021-V13-I3-10695
  8. O’Farrell, P., Liu, H.-L. (2020). Gateway to outdoors: Partnership and programming of outdoor education centers in urban areas. Education Sciences, 10 (11), 340. https://doi.org/10.3390/educsci10110340
  9. Rosa, C. D., Collado, S., Cabicieri Profice, C., Larson, L. R. (2019). Nature-based recreation associated with connectedness to nature and leisure satisfaction among students in Brazil. Leisure Studies, 38(5), 682-691. doi:10.1080/02614367.2019.1620842

 

Other Publications:

  1. Foss, K., & Liu, H.-L. (2020). Connecting to nature: Assessment of outdoor recreation promotion programs in South Dakota. South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks, Pierre, SD.
  2. Gullion, M. and Stein, T.V. 2019. Opening the Door to Nature: Accounting for People’s Constraints to Outdoor Recreation. FOR346. School of Forest Resources and Conservation, University of Florida, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Florida Cooperative Extension Service. https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/pdffiles/FR/FR41500.pdf
  3. Larson, L. R., Pedrozo, C., Schuttler, S., Lasky, M., Kays, R., Cooper, C., & Stevenson, K. (2020). Evaluating learning and conservation activities of volunteers in the NC Candid Critters Citizen Science Project (pp. 41). Report prepared for the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina State University, College of Natural Resources.
  4. Miller, A. B., Larson, L. R., Wimpey, J., & Reigner, N. (2020). Outdoor recreation and environmental stewardship: the sustainable symbiosis. In S. Selin, L. K. Cerveny, D. J. Blahna, & A. B. Miller (Eds.), Igniting Research for Outdoor Recreation: Linking Science, Policy, and Action (General Technical Report PNW-GTR-987) (pp. 227-244). Portland, OR: U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. Available at: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/340610067_Outdoor_Recreation_and_Environmental_Stewardship_The_Sustainable_Symbiosis

 

Objective 3: Community resilience and vitality

 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles:

  1. Carnahan, A., Groshong, L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Balasubramanyam, V., & Kutty, A. (2020). Place-making and social justice: Practices for park improvements in a low-income African American neighborhood. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 38(3), 93-111.
  2. Cothran, J. W., Bowker, J. M., Larson, L. R., Parajuli, R., Whiting, J. W., & Green, G. T. (2020). Fee hikes at state parks in Georgia: effects on visitation, revenue, welfare, and visitor diversity. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 38(3), 55-76. doi:18666/JPRA-2019-9726
  3. Diejomaoh, C., Li, X., & Liu, H. L. (2020). Identifying destination image of rural areas: The case of Brookings, South Dakota. International Research in Business and Management, 15 (7), 1–9. http://doi:10.5539/ijbm.v15n7p1
  4. Feyers, S.; Stein, T.V.; and Klizentyte, K. 2019. Bridging worlds: Utilizing a multi-stakeholder framework to create Extension-tourism partnerships. Sustainability, 12(1), 80; https://doi.org/10.3390/su12010080. (Special Issue: Outdoor Recreation, Nature-Based Tourism, and Sustainability)
  5. Groshong, L., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Morgan, M., & Li, C. (2020). Place attachment, climate friendly behavior and support for climate friendly management action among state park visitors. Environmental Management, 65, 98-110.
  6. Harris, B.*, Schmalz, D., Larson, L., Fernandez, M., & Griffin, S. (2020). Contested spaces: Intimate segregation and environmental gentrification on Chicago’s 606 Trail. City & Community, 19(4), 933-962. doi:10.1111/cico.12422
  7. Harris, B.*, Schmalz, D., Larson, L., & Fernandez, M. (2021). Fear of the unknown: examining neighborhood stigma’s effect on urban greenway use and surrounding communities. Urban Affairs Review, 57(4), 1015-1048. doi:10.1177/1078087420909529
  8. Larson, L. R., Zhang, Z., Oh, J. I., Beam, W., Ogletree, S. S., Bocarro, J. N., Lee, K. J., Casper, J., Stevenson, K. T., Hipp, J. A., Mullenbach, L. E., Carusona, M., & Wells, M. (2021). Urban park use during the COVID-19 pandemic: are socially vulnerable communities disproportionately impacted? Frontiers in Sustainable Cities, 3, 710243. doi: 10.3389/frsc.2021.710243
  9. Mullenbach, L.E., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Piontek, E., Mowen, A.J., & Baker, B.L. (2021). Centering environmental justice: Gentrification beliefs, attitudes, and support of park development in a shrinking city. Landscape and Urban Planning, 216, 104253.
  10. Rigolon, A., Keith, S. J., Harris, B., Mullenbach, L. E., Larson, L. R., & Rushing, J. R. (2020). More than “just green enough”: Helping park professionals achieve equitable greening and limit environmental gentrification. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 38(3), 29-54. doi:18666/JPRA-2019-9654
  11. Wu, I. C., Mathew A. & Liu, H.-L. (2021). A historical geospatial analysis of severe weather events in Oklahoma state parks: A park management perspective. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 39 (2). https://doi.org/10.18666/JPRA-2020-10549
  12. Xu, S., Wilhelm Stanis, S.A., Zhang, H., Groshong, L.; Morgan, M. (2021). Impact of travel distance and experience use history on visitors’ climate friendly behavior and support for climate friendly management action. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 29(6), 981-999.

 

Other Publications:

  1. Brown, L., Basak-Smith, M., Bradley, K., Stearns, S., Morzillo, A. and Park, S. (2021) Exploring the Implications of Increased Rural Trail Use During the COVID-19 Pandemic on Health, Planning, Equity and Inclusivity. CHOICES Special Issue.
  2. Casey, T. T., Virden, R., Diamond, K., Garcia, R. A., & Fix, P. J. (2021). BLM Kingman Field Office Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Focus Group Study, 2021. Project report for the BLM Kingman, AZ Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #13. Grand Junction, Colorado: Colorado Mesa University, Natural Resource Center, Department of Social and Behavioral Science.
  3. Casey, T. T., Haas, D. J., Garcia, R. A., & Fix, P. J. (2020). Logandale Trails, Las Vegas, NV BLM Field Office Outcomes-Focused Management (OFM) Recreation Focus Group Study, 2020. Project report for the BLM Las Vegas Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #11. Grand Junction, Colorado: Colorado Mesa University, Natural Resource Center, Department of Social and Behavioral Science.
  4. Fix, P. J., Garcia, R. A., Kelley, M., Virden, R. J., & Casey, T. T. (2021). Northeast Wyoming BLM Lands Outcomes-Focused Management Recreation Study, Spring 2021. Project report for the BLM Newcastle Field Office. BLM PLRRP Report #12. Fairbanks, Alaska: University of Alaska Fairbanks, Institute of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Extension, Department of Natural Resources and Environment.

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