Wilderness Publications

Absher, James D., Ellen M. Absher, Lawrence A. Hartmann. 1988. Wilderness Recreation Substitutes: The Potential of Lands Outside the National Wilderness Preservation System. In: Outdoor Recreation Benchmark 1988: Proceedings of the National Outdoor Recreation Forum, General Technical Report SE-52. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, 336-345.

Bayless, Donna S., John C. Bergstrom, Mark L. Messonnier, H. Ken Cordell. 1994. Assessing the Demand for Designated Wildlife Viewing Sites. Journal of Hospitality & Leisure Marketing, 2(3):75-93.

Cook, Walter L. and Donald B.K. English. 1988. Non-Federal wilderness, wild, and natural areas in the United States - A Survey. In: Outdoor Recreation Benchmark 1988: Proceedings of the National Outdoor Recreation Forum, General Technical Report SE-52. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, 319-335.

Cordell, Ken and Stokes, Jerry. 2000. The social value of wilderness: a Forest Service prospective. International Journal of Wilderness, 6(2): 23-24.

Cordell, H. Ken; Tarrant, Michael A.; McDonald, Barbara L.; and Bergstrom, John C. 1998. How the public views wilderness. International Journal of Wilderness, 4(3): 28-31. Download in PDF format (344 kb).

Cordell, H. Ken and Jeff Teasley. 1998. Recreational Trips to Wilderness: Results from the USA National Survey on Recreation and the Environment. The International Journal of Wilderness, 4(1): 23-27.

Cordell, H. Ken and Clair Payne. 1991. The Economics of Wilderness Recreation: Research in the Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. In: The Economic Value of Wilderness, Proceedings of the Conference. Asheville, NC: Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. General Technical Report SE-78, 323-324.

Cordell, H. Ken and Patrick C. Reed. 1990. Untrammeled by Man: Preserving Diversity Through Wilderness. In: Preparing to Manage Wilderness in the 21st Century, Proceedings of the Conference. Athens, GA: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, General Technical Report SE-66, 1-4.

Cordell, H. Ken, Jack Gray, Barry Flamm, and William C. Gartner. 1990. Marketing the Wilderness Experience: Oil and Water?. In: Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota, 651-660.

Cordell, H. Ken and Lawrence A. Hartmann. 1987. Commercial Opportunities and Relationships with Wildland Recreation. Trends, 24(3):13-18.

Finstick, Eric, Claire Payne, and Mark Young. 1994. Wilderness Management Planning--contradictory or Complementary Concept? In: International Wilderness Allocation, Management, and Research. Proceeding of a symposium during the 5th World Wilderness Congress, Tromso, Norway. Paris, France: World Heritage Centre (UNESCO), 99-104.

Freilich, Helen R.,comp. 1989. Wilderness benchmark 1988: Proceedings of the national wilderness colloquium; 1988 January 13-14; Tampa, FL. General Technical Report SE-51. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. 228 p. Click here to download [3Mb].

Hartmann, Lawrence A., Alan E. Watson, and H. Ken Cordell. 1987. Regional Comparison of Forest Service Wilderness Users: Implications for Policy and Research. In: Proceedings, Southeastern Recreation Research Conference. Athens, GA: USDA Forest Service, 145-158.

Johnson, Cassandra; and Bowker, J.M. 1999. On-site wildland activity choices among African Americans and White Americans in the rural South: implications for management. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 17(1): 21-39.

Johnson, Cassandra Y. 1998. A consideration of collective memory in African American attachment to wildland recreation places. Research in Human Ecology. 5(l): 5-15.

Johnson, Cassandra Y., J.M. Bowker, Donald B.K. English, and Dreamal Worthen. 1998. Wildland recreation in the rural South: an examination of marginality and ethnicity theory. Journal of Leisure Research, 30(1):101-120.

Johnson, Cassandra Y. and J.M. Bowker. 1997. Wilderness Awareness and Potential Participation: a Logit Analysis. In: Natural Resources and the Environment: Community Development Issues Conference. Tuskegee, AL: Tuskegee University, College of Agricultural, Environmental and Natural Sciences, 273-280.

Miles, Morgan P., Fred H. Ritzel, H. Ken Cordell, and Barbara McDonald. 1994. African American Participation in Wildland Outdoor Recreation. Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing. 2(4):63-77.

Miles, Morgan P., Hobie Ritzel, H. Ken Cordell, and Barbara McDonald. 1993. Black Participation in Wildland Outdoor Recreation. In: Daryl O. McKee, Daniel L. Sherrell, and Faye W. Gilbert, eds. Southwestern Marketing Association, Advances in Marketing. Shreveport, LA: Louisiana State University, College of Business Administration, 308-312.

Payne, Claire, J.M. Bowker, and Patrick C. Reed, comps. 1992. The economic value of wilderness: proceedings of the conference; 1991 May 8-11; Jackson, WY. General Technical Report SE-78. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. 330 p. Click here to download [5.3 Mb].Errata available here [379 Kb].

Reed, Patrick C., comp. 1990. Preparing to manage wilderness in the 21st century: Proceedings of the conference; 1990 April 4-6; Athens, GA. General Technical Report SE-66. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. 173p. Click here to download [1.7 Mb].

Reed, Patrick C., H. Ken Cordell, and Helen R. Freilich. 1988. Optimizing Non-Recreational Wilderness Uses and Values: Recommendations and Strategies for the Next Ten Years. In: Wilderness Benchmark 1988: Proceedings of the National Wilderness Colloquium. General Technical Report SE-51. Asheville, NC: USDA Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, 216-219.

Walsh, Richard G., Ken C. Bonetti, J. Michael Bowker, Kun H. John, and Richard L. Johnson. 1996. Regional Household Preferences for Ecosystem Restoration and Sustained Yield Management of Wilderness and Other Natural Areas. In: Joseph A. Herriges, compiler. Western Regional Research Publication, W-133, Benefits and Costs Transfer in Natural Resource Planning, Ninth Interim Report. Ames, IA: Iowa State University, Department of Economics, 167-198.

Watson, Alan E., H. Ken Cordell, and Lawrence A. Hartmann. 1989. Characteristics of Wilderness Users in Outdoor Recreation Assessments. In: Recreation and Park Management, Papers from the First National Symposium on Social Science in Resource Management. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University, College of Forestry, 1-10.



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