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Recreation-related perceptions of natural resource managers in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area

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Kuehn, Diane, Mink, Mark, and Schuster, Rudy, 2007, Recreation-related perceptions of natural resource managers in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area: USDA North Research Station, p. 481-485.

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Public forest managers often work with diverse stakeholder groups as they implement forest management policies. Within the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area of New York State’s Adirondack Park, stakeholder groups such as visitors, business owners, and landowners often have confl icting perceptions about issues related to water-based recreation in the region’s public forest areas. The main objective of this study is to identify the beliefs and attitudes of managers in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area regarding issues related to boat use. The Theory of Planned Behavior (Ajzen 1991), which illustrates the relationships among beliefs, attitudes, intended behaviors, and behaviors, provides the theoretical basis for the study. Fifteen managers [...]

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noteRecreation-related perceptions of natural resource managers in the Saranac Lakes Wild Forest area; 2007; Federal Government Series; NRS-P-14; Federal Government Series; Proceedings of the 2006 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium; Kuehn, Diane; Mink, Mark; Schuster, Rudy
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