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Parks and People
Managing Outdoor Recreation at Acadia National Park
Robert E. Manning, ed.

University of Vermont Press



Contents

• Preface
• Acknowledgments
• Introduction: Outdoor Recreation Research and Management at Acadia National Park – Charles Jacobi and Robert Manning
• INDICATORS AND STANDARDS OF QUALITY
• Visitor Use of Acadia National Park – Margaret Littlejohn
• Standards of Quality in Parks and Outdoor Recreation – Robert Manning, Charles Jacobi, William Valliere, and Ben Wang
• Indicators and Standards of Quality for the Schoodic Peninsula – James Bacon, Robert Manning, Steven Lawson, William Valliere,
• and Daniel Laven
• Indicators and Standards of Quality for Trail and Campsite Conditions at Isle au Haut – Jeffrey Marion
• Indicators of Quality of the Visitor Experience on Ocean Drive – Jeffrey Hallo and Robert Manning
• Research to Guide Trail Management at Acadia National Park – Kelly Goonan, Robert Manning, and William Valliere
• Indicators and Standards of Quality across Space and Time – Laura Anderson, Robert Manning, and William Valliere
• Do Parks Make Good Neighbors? Community Residents’ Perceptions of Acadia National Park – Robert Manning
• Design and Assessment of Transportation Systems on Mount Desert Island – Carole Zimmerman, John Daigle, and James Pol
• Crowding in Parks and Outdoor Recreation – Robert Manning, William Valliere, Ben Minteer, Ben Wang, and Charles Jacobi
• Crowding, Conflict, and Coping in Outdoor Recreation – Robert Manning and William Valliere
• Use of Visual Research Methods to Measure Standards of Quality for Parks and Outdoor Recreation – Robert Manning and Wayne Freimund
• Alternative Measurement Approaches for Normative Standards of Crowding in Parks and Outdoor Recreation – Robert Manning, William Valliere, Ben Wang, and Charles Jacobi
• What’s Behind the Numbers? Qualitative Insights into Normative Research in Outdoor Recreation – Robert Manning, Jennifer Morrissey, and Steven Lawson
• MONITORING
• Monitoring Recreation Visits to Acadia National Park – Ken Hornback and Robert Manning
• Design and Implementation of a Monitoring Program for the Carriage Roads – Charles Jacobi
• Computer Simulation Modeling as a Monitoring Tool for the Carriage Roads – Ben Wang and Robert Manning
• Monitoring and Assessing Trail Conditions at Acadia National Park – Jeffrey Marion, Jeremy Wimpey, and Logan Park
• Monitoring Visitor Impacts on Cadillac Mountain Using Remote Sensing – Min Kim
• Monitoring Parking Lot Conditions to Assess the Effectiveness of Alternative Transportation and Travel Information Technologies at Acadia National Park – John Daigle and Carole Zimmerman
• MANAGEMENT
• Managing Visitor Impacts on Cadillac Mountain – Logan Park, Robert Manning, Jeffrey Marion, Steven Lawson, and Charles Jacobi
• Using Computer Simulation Modeling to Support Management of Social Carrying Capacity of Ocean Drive – Jeffrey Hallo and Robert Manning
• A Comparative Study of Tradeoffs among Trail Attributes at Acadia National Park – Kerri Cahill, Jeffrey Marion, and Steven Lawson
• A Stated-Choice Analysis of Visitor Preferences on Cadillac Mountain – Steven Bullock and Steven Lawson
• Assessing the Effectiveness of Intelligent Transportation System Technology to Manage Visitor Use at Acadia National Park – John Daigle and Carole Zimmerman
• An Experiment in Park Traffic Patterns on the Acadia National Park Loop Road – Robert Manning
• Conclusion: Managing Parks and People – Robert Manning
• References Cited
• Index

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