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Vol 13, No 4 (1995) Conservation through Partnership: Landscape Management Within National Parks in England and Wales Abstract
Guy S. Swinnerton
 
Vol 21, No 2 (2003) Ecological Integrity, Visitor Use, and Marketing of Canada’s National Parks. Abstract
Paul F. Wilkinson
 
Vol 14, No 1 (1996) Going Beyond ImportancePerformance Analysis to Analyze the Observance-Influence of Park Impacts Abstract
William E. Hammitt, Robert D. Bixler, Francis P. Noe
 
Vol 21, No 3 (2003) Source Attribution of Helicopter Noise in Pristine National Park Landscapes Abstract
Britton L. Mace, Paul A. Bell, Ross J. Loomis, Glenn E. Hass
 
Vol 17, No 4 (1999) Spatial Strategies For Managing Visitor Impacts In National Parks Abstract
Yu-Fai Leung, Jeffrey L. Marion
 
Vol 18, No 4 (2000) The Faithful Execution of Our Public Trust: Fully Funding the National Parks Through Taxes Abstract
Daniel L. Dustin, Thomas A. More, Leo H. McAvoy
 
Vol 31, No 2 (2013): Special Issue on Managing Protected Areas: Global Perspectives - Volume I Visitor Segments and Attitudes Toward Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas: A Case Study in Zambia Abstract
Brijesh Thapa
 
Vol 19, No 1 (2001) Visitor Experience and Resource Protection: A Framework for Managing the Carrying Capacity of National Parks Abstract
Robert Manning
 
Vol 24, No 2 (2006) Climate Change, Seasonality and Visitation to Canada’s National Parks Abstract
Brenda Jones, Daniel Scott
 
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