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2021 PUBLICATIONS

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Bourlon, F., Gale, Trace*, Adiego, A., Álvarez-Barra, V., and Salazar, A. Grounding sustainable tourism in science — A geographic approach. Sustainability, 13(7455), 1–22.

Ednie, A., and Gale, Trace.* Soundscapes and protected area conservation: Are noises in nature making people complacent? Nature Conservation, 195, 177–195. 

Esbjörn-Hargens, Sean and Kohl,* Jon. “Going Galactic: Expanding Heritage Interpretation to Include the Potential Influence of Extraterrestrial and Extradimensional Beings” in Legacy.

Fefer, Jessica.*  “An Interdisciplinary Review of Camera Image Collection and Analysis Techniques, with Considerations for Environmental Conservation Social Science” in Transactions on Data Privacy.

Fefer,* Jessica, Jeffrey Hallo, Rachel H Collins, Elizabeth D Baldwin, and Matthew Brownlee.
From Displaced to Misplaced: Exploring the Experience of Visitors Who Were 'Crowded Out' of Their Recreation Destination” in Leisure Sciences. March.

Gale, Trace,* Ednie, A., and Beeftink, K. Acceptability and appeal: How visitors’ perceptions of sounds can contribute to shared learning and transdisciplinary protected area governance. Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 35(April), 100414. 

Gale, Trace,* Ednie, A., and Beeftink, K. Thinking outside the park: Connecting visitors’ sound affect in a nature-based tourism setting with perceptions of their urban home and work soundscapes. Sustainability (Basel, Switzerland), 13(6572), 1–19. 

Gale, Trace,* Ednie, A., Adiego, A., and Beeftink, K.  Cómo los visitantes y sus percepciones de los paisajes sonoros pueden mejorar la gestión colaborativa de las áreas protegidas (How visitors and their perceptions of soundscapes can improve collaborative management of protected areas). Revista de Geografía Norte Grande, 79, 33–55. 

Jackson, Sarah K., Ryan L. Sharp*, Emily L. Mailey, and Adam A. Ahlers.  Exercise and stress levels associated with a visit to Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve” in Parks Stewardship Forum.

Kogan, P., Gale, Trace,* Arenas, J. P., and Arias, C. Development and application of practical criteria for the recognition of potential Health Restoration Soundscapes (HeReS) in urban greenspaces. Science of The Total Environment, 793, 148541. 

Kohl*, Jon. Challenges that rangers must face: Four rangers from Mexico, Costa Rica, Honduras, and Colombia tell their stories of diverse realities across Latin America. Parks Stewardship Forum. September.

Kohl,* Jon and Bernal Herrera-Fernández.  Condition Based-Protected Area Zoning Tied to Conservation Planning and Targets // PARKS” in Parks 27(1):43-56. May.

Kohl*, Jon. “Dire Warning: The ominous message of Donella and Dennis Meadows 50 years ago has grown more urgent than ever.” Dartmouth Alumni Magazine. November-December.

Kohl*, Jon. "Gestión holística del patrimonio ¿Qué nos enseña el lugar donde murió George Floyd sobre el patrimonio y su papel en la sociedad?Boletín de Interpretación. August.

Kohl,* Jon.  Talking climate with those holding different worldviews” in Yale Climate Connections. June.

Kohl,* Jon and Markus Blank (translator).  Parts 1 and 2: Ranger Worldwide” in Im Gseis 36: 46-49 and 37: 40-43.

Lin, J. and Alison A. Ormsby.*  Evaluating the impacts of volunteers serving public lands” in Parks: The International Journal of Protected Areas and Conservation. 27(1): 25-34. 2021

Mayorga,* Marisol and Jon Kohl.*  Esencia de la Interpretación del Patrimonio: Visión holística para experimentar y conservar el patrimonio natural y cultural de América Latina”, book launched. March.

McCool,* Stephen F., Paul F.J. Eagles, Ognjen Škunca and Vesna Vukadin.  Integrating Marketing and Management Planning for Outstanding Visitor Experiences in a Turbulent Era: The Case of Plitvice Lakes National Park” in Mediterranean Protected Areas in the Era of Overtourism (pp.221-240). April.

Ormsby,* Alison A., Jeff Felardo and Robert Musci.  Multiple values from the forest: contribution of non-timber forest products to livelihoods of local communities in Northeastern Thailand” in Environment, Development and Sustainability

Peterson, Brian A., Ryan L. Sharp*, Jessica P. Fefer* and Michael A. Brunson.  The Utility of GIS for Identifying Areas of Recreation Conflict for Targeted Interpretive Messaging” in Journal of Interpretation Research. May.

Pradhan, A. and Alison A. Ormsby.* “Biocultural conservation in the sacred forests of Odisha, India.” Environmental Conservation.

Reynolds,* Bill.  IC Blog: Opening Minds: Focusing Thoughts” in Interpretation Canada. July 2020. 

Sharp,* Ryan L. (29th author), et al.  Diverse University Students Across the US Reveal Promising Pathways to Hunter Recruitment and Retention” in Journal of Wildlife Management. May 2020.

Smith,* Stacie Nicole. “Leading CBI: Looking Back and Ahead.” Article posted on CBI’s website.

Spenceley, Anna, Steve McCool*, et. al.  Tourism in protected and conserved areas amid the Covid-19 pandemic” in Parks Journal. March. 

Waithaka, John, Nigel Dudley, Mónica Álvarez, Stanley Arguedas Mora*, et al.  Impacts of Covid-19 on protected and conserved areas: a global overview and regional perspectives” in Parks Journal. March.




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