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Situating Quagmire: Simulation-Based Gaming as Preparation for Field-Based Study

Michael Riley, Chris Zajchowski, Lisa Meerts-Brandsma

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Outdoor recreation studies; Simulation gaming; preparation for future learning

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18666/JOREL-2019-V11-I3-9911

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