PUBLICATIONS LIST

 

Dr. Jeffrey L. Marion

Research Scientist/CPSU Unit Leader

U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey

Patuxent Wildlife Research Center

Virginia Tech/Dept. of Forestry

Blacksburg, VA 24061-0324

 

 

1. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1981. A research proposal and design for studying ecological changes on wilderness campsites. University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources. M.S. Thesis (part 1). 74 p.

2. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1981. Recreational impact on wilderness wildlife and implications for management. University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources. M.S. Thesis (part 2). 28 p.

 

3. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1984. Ecological changes resulting from recreational use: A study of backcountry campsites in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Minnesota. University of Minnesota, Department of Forest Resources. Ph.D. Dissertation. 279 p.

 

4. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1984. Campsite impact assessment systems: Application, evaluation, and development. In: Proceedings of the 1984 National River Recreation Symposium. J.S. Popadic, D.I. Butterfield, D.H. Anderson, M.R. Popadic (Editors) October 31‑November 3, 1984, Baton Rouge, LA. Louisiana State University, College of Design, School of Landscape Architecture. Baton Rouge, LA. pp. 561‑573.

 

5. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1984. Methods for estimating recreational use: A bibliography. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Report. Philadelphia, PA. 12 p.

6. Marion, Jeffrey L., David N. Cole and David Reynolds. 1985. Limits of acceptable change: A framework for assessing carrying capacity. Park Science 6(1):9‑11.

7. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Lawrence C. Merriam. 1985. Predictability of recreational impact on soils. Soil Science Society of America Journal 49(3):751‑753.

 

8. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Lawrence C. Merriam. 1985. Recreational impacts on well‑established campsites in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station. Station Technical Bulletin AD‑SB‑2502. St. Paul, MN. 16 p.

 

9.       Marion, Jeffrey L., David N. Cole and Susan P. Bratton. 1986. Exotic vegetation in wilderness areas. In: Proceedings of the National Wilderness Research Conference: Current Research. R.C. Lucas (Compiler) July 23‑26, 1985, Fort Collins, CO. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. Ogden, UT. General Technical Report, INT‑212, pp. 114‑120.


10.   Marion, Jeffrey L. and David W. Lime. 1986. Recreational resource impacts: Visitor perceptions and management responses. In: Symposium Proceedings ‑ Wilderness and Natural Areas in the Eastern United States: A Management Challenge. D.L. Kulhavy, R.N. Conner (Editors) May 13‑15, 1985, Nacogdoches, TX. Stephen F. Austin State University, School of Forestry, Center for Applied Studies. Nacogdoches, TX. pp. 229‑235.

 

11. Cole, David N. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1986. Wilderness campsite impacts: Changes over time. In: Proceedings of the National Wilderness Research Conference: Current Research. R.C. Lucas (Compiler) July 23‑26, 1985, Fort Collins, CO. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station. Ogden, UT. General Technical Report, INT‑212, pp. 144‑151.

12. Cole, David N. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1987. Ecological impacts on campsites at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Report MAR‑29. Philadelphia, PA. 79 p.

13. Cole, David N. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1987. Ecological impacts on recreational sites at New River Gorge National River, West Virginia. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Rpt. MAR‑30. Philadelphia, PA. 70 p.

14. Marion, Jeffrey L. and David N. Cole. 1987. Ecological impacts on recreational sites at the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River, Pennsylvania‑New York. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Report MAR‑28. Philadelphia, PA. 77 p.

15. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Toivo Sober. 1987. Environmental impact management in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry 4(1):7‑10.

 

16. Marion, Jeffrey L. and David N. Cole. 1987. Resource impacts at New River Gorge National River: Evaluation of impacts, their causes, and potential management. In: New River Symposium. April 9‑11, 1987, Boone, NC. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, New River Gorge National River. Oak Hill, WV. pp. 17‑26.

 

17. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1987. Significant qualities of wilderness and monitoring. In: Proceedings of the Third Annual National Outdoor Leadership Wilderness Research Colloquium. D.N. Cole, R.C. Lucas (Compilers), August 10-15, 1987, Lander, WY. pp. 16-18.

 

18. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1987. Campsite impact monitoring systems: Application and development. In: North Atlantic Region Conference on Science and Resource Management in Northeast National Parks, University of Massachusetts, March 30-31, 1987, Amherst, MA. 6 p.

 

19. Marion, Jeffrey L. and David Haskell. 1988. An analysis of visitor impacts and rehabilitation methods for backcountry campsites at Shenandoah National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Report. Philadelphia, PA. 38 p.

 

20. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1988. An inventory and assessment of impacts for river accesses and trespass recreation sites at the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Report. Philadelphia, PA. 25 p.


21. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1988. Inventory and impact monitoring of river campsites within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Rpt. MAR‑36. Philadelphia, PA. 94 p.

22. Marion, Jeffrey L. and John F. Karish. 1988. Is R, T and E species management itself a "Threatened" candidate. Park Science 9(1):20.

 

23. Cole, David N. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1988. Recreational impacts in some riparian forests of the eastern United States. Environmental Management 12(1):99‑107.

24. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1989. The design and development of a comprehensive trail survey. In: Proceedings of the Ninth National Trails Symposium. September 11‑14, 1988, Helen, GA.

25. Marion, Jeffrey L. and David N. Cole. 1989. Evaluating recreation impacts: A multi‑faceted research design. Park Science 9(2):23‑24.

26. Marion, Jeffrey L. and David N. Cole. 1989. Recreational impact assessment and monitoring systems: Past, present and future. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Science in the National Parks. July 13‑18, 1986, Fort Collins, CO. George Wright Society & U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service.

 

27. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1989. Inventory and management of trespass recreation use at Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River. In: Proceedings of the 1989 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. T.A. More, M.P. Donnelly, A.R. Graefe, J.J. Vaske (Editors) April 3-5, 1989, Saratoga Springs, NY., U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, General Technical Report NE-132, pp. 63-68.

 

28. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1989. Book review of Soft Paths: How to Enjoy the Wilderness Without Harming It, by Bruce Hampton and David Cole, 173 p., for Park Science 9(2):21.

 

29. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Skip Snow. 1990. Developing a campsite impact monitoring system for Everglades National Park: A case study. In: Managing America's Enduring Wilderness Resource, Proceedings of the 1989 National Wilderness Management Conference. September 11-17, 1989, Minneapolis, MN., University of Minnesota, pp. 192-198.

 

30. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1990. Inventory and impact monitoring of river recreation sites within the New River Gorge National River. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region. Research/Resources Management Technical Rpt. NPS/MAR/NRTR-90/047. Philadelphia, PA. 56 p.

 

31. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1991. Ecological impacts of nature-dependent tourism. In: Proceedings of the 1990 Travel and Tourism Research Association Conference, The Tourism Connection: Linking Research and Marketing. June 10-13, 1990, New Orleans, LA. pp. 243-249.

 

32. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1991. Results from the application of a campsite inventory and impact monitoring system in eleven Wilderness areas of the Jefferson National Forest. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region, Cooperative Park Studies Unit Report 73 p.

33. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1991. Book Review of Wilderness Management, by J.C. Hendee, G.H. Stankey, and R.C. Lucas, 546 p., for the Journal of Forestry 89(11):38.

34. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1991. Developing a Natural Resource Inventory and Monitoring Program for Visitor Impacts on Recreation Sites: A Procedural Manual. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resources Report NPS/NRVT/NRR-91/06. 59 p.

 

35. Williams, Peter B. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1992. Trail inventory and assessment approaches applied to trail system planning at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. In: Proceedings of the 1992 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. G.A. Stoep (Editor) April 5-7, 1992, Saratoga Springs, NY. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, General Technical Report NE-176, pp. 80-83.  

 

36. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Christopher J. Stubbs. 1992. Campsite impact management: A survey of National Park Service backcountry managers. In: Proceedings of the 1992 Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. G.A. Stoep (Editor) April 5-7, 1992, Saratoga Springs, NY. U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, Gen. Tech. Rpt. NE-176, pp. 76-79.

 

37. Williams, Peter, Jeffrey L. Marion, and Reuben Rajala. 1992. A comprehensive trail inventory and recommendations for development and maintenance of a trail system in Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid‑Atlantic Region, Final Research Report. 125 p.

 

38. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1993. Tourism impacts to protected areas: Procedures for the development of monitoring programs. In: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Visitor Carrying Capacity Measurement at Historic Sites and Cities and Wilderness Protected Areas in Developing Countries. April 26-27, 1992, Belize City, Central America.

 

39. Jensen, Peter, Dennis Regan, and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1993. A trail development plan for the New River Gorge National River. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid-Atlantic Region. Final Report (converted to a park Trail Plan). 109 p.

 

40. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1993. Recreation ecology research findings: Implications for wilderness and park managers. Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA. Silviculture in the Appalachian Mountains, pp. 6-13 - 6-20.

 

41. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1993. Wilderness restoration: What role does it play in managing recreational impacts. In: Proceedings, National Interagency Wilderness Conference. A.C. Schmierer & C. Butler (compilers) May 17-21, 1993, Tucson, AZ. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Western Region, San Francisco, CA. pp. 46-49.

 

42. Marion, Jeffrey L., Joseph W. Roggenbuck, and Robert E. Manning. 1993. Problems and practices in backcountry recreation management: A survey of National Park Service Managers. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Natural Resources Report NPS/NRVT/NRR-93/12, 63 p.

 

43. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Caroline S. Rogers. 1994. The applicability of terrestrial visitor impact management strategies to the protection of coral reefs. Ocean & Coastal Management 22:153-163.

44. Widner, Carolyn and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1993. Horse impacts: Research findings and their implications. Master Network, part 1 - 1993:No. 5 (pp. 5, 14); part 2 - 1994:No. 6 (pp. 5-6).


45. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1994. A social science research plan for the Mid-Atlantic Region. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid-Atlantic Region, Research/Resources Management Report NPS/NR/MAR-94/065, 33 p.

 

46. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1994. Trail conditions and management practices in the National Park Service. Park Science 14(2):16-17.

 

47. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1994. Changes in campsite condition: Results from campsite monitoring at Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Mid-Atlantic Region, Research/Resources Management Report NPS/MARDEWA/NRTR-94/063, 83 p.

 

48. Roggenbuck, Joseph W., Jeffrey L. Marion, Robert E. Manning. 1994. Day users in the backcountry: The neglected park visitor. Trends 31(3)19-24.

49. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1994. An assessment of trail conditions in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Southeast Region, Research/Resources Management Report, 152 p.

 

50. Leung, Yu-Fai, and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1995. A survey of campsite conditions in eleven wilderness areas of the Jefferson National Forest. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Biological Service, Virginia Tech Cooperative Park Studies Unit, Final Report. 79 p.

 

51. Williams, Peter W., and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1995. Assessing campsite conditions for Limits of Acceptable Change Management in Shenandoah National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Chesapeake System Support Office, Natural Resource Technical Report NPS/MARSHEN/NRTR-95/071. 138 p.

 

52. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1995. Capabilities and management utility of recreation impact monitoring programs. Environmental Management 19(5):763-771.

 

53. Leung, Yu-Fai, and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1996. Trail degradation as influenced by environmental factors: A state-of-the-knowledge review. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 51(2):130-136.

 

54. Marion, Jeffrey L., and David N. Cole. 1996. Spatial and temporal variation in soil and vegetation impacts on campsites: Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Ecological Applications 6(2):520-530.

 

55. Manning, Robert E., Nicole L. Ballinger, Jeffrey L. Marion, and Joseph W. Roggenbuck. 1996. Recreation management in natural areas: Problems and practices, Status and Trends. Natural Areas Journal 16(2): 142- 146.

 

56. Marion, Jeffrey L., and Yu-Fai Leung. 1996. Managing designated campsites: Survey implications from Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Master Network 13:3,13-14.

 

57. Marion, Jeffrey L., and Susan Chadwick Brame. 1996. Leave No Trace outdoor skills and ethics: An educational solution for reducing visitor impacts. Park Science 16(3):24-26.


58. Leung, Yu-Fai, and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1997. River recreation impacts: A survey of day and overnight whitewater use sites along five West Virginia rivers. In: Beyond the Banks: Proceedings of the Third Biennial River RMS Symposium on River Management and Planning, June 20-23, 1996, Columbus, OH. Missoula, MT: River Management Society. pp. 135-143.

 

59. Leung, Yu-Fai, Jeffrey L. Marion, and Janet Y. Ferguson. 1997. Methods for assessing and monitoring backcountry trail conditions: An empirical comparison. In: Proceedings of the 9th George Wright Society Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands, Albuquerque, NM., March 17-21, 1997, The George Wright Society, Hancock, MI. pp.406-414.

 

60. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Yu-Fai Leung. 1997. An assessment of campsite conditions in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Gatlinburg, TN, Research/Resources Management Report. 127 p.

 

61. Williams, Peter W., and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1997. Backcountry campsite monitoring results for Big Bend National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Southwest Region, Research/Resources Management Report. 112 p.

 

62. Hammitt, William E., Jeffrey L. Marion, Maurice L. Miller, Jim M. Peek, Mike R. Pelton. 1997. Denali National Park road corridor studies review panel report. (Edited and compiled by Jeffrey L. Marion). U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Denali National Park, Research/Resources Management Report, 66 p.

 

63. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1997. Off-road vehicle management practices manual for Big Cypress National Preserve. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Big Cypress National Preserve. 27 p.

 

64. Farrell, Tracy A. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1998. An evaluation of camping impacts and their management at Isle Royale National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Research/Resources Mgmt. Rpt., Isle Royale National Park, Houghton, MI. 98 p.

 

65. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Tracy A. Farrell. 1998. Managing ecotourism visitation in protected areas. In: Ecotourism: A guide for planners and managers, vol. 2, Kreg Lindberg, Megan Epler Wood, and David Engeldrum, editors, pp. 155-181. The Ecotourism Society, North Bennington, VT. 244p.

 

66. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Yu-Fai Leung. 1998. International impact research and management. In: Wildland Recreation: Ecology and Management, 2nd Edition, William E. Hammitt and David N. Cole, editors, pp. 328-346. John Wiley & Sons, New York. 361p.

 

67. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1998. A survey of whitewater recreation impacts along five West Virginia rivers. U. S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center, Virginia Tech Cooperative Park Studies Unit. Final Report to the West Virginia State Department of Natural Resources, 106 p.

 

68. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1998. Off-road vehicle management plan and environmental impact statement, Big Cypress National Preserve. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Big Cypress National Preserve. 131 p.


69. Marion, Jeffrey L. 1998. Recreation ecology research findings: Implications for wilderness and park managers. In: Proceedings of the National Outdoor Ethics Conference, April 18-21, 1996, St. Louis, MO. Gaithersburg, MD: Izaak Walton League of America. pp. 188-196.

70. Marion, Jeffrey L., and Yu-Fai Leung. 1998. Campsite survey implications for managing designated campsites at Great Smoky Mountains National Park. In: Wilderness and Natural Areas in Eastern North America, Research, Planning and Mgmt. D.L. Kulhavy and M.H. Legg (eds.), Center for Applied Studies in Forestry, Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX. pp. 146-155.

71. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1998. Evaluating spatial qualities of visitor impacts on recreation resources: An index approach. The Journal of Applied Recreation Research 23(4): 367-389.

 

72. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1999. The influence of sampling interval on the accuracy of trail impact assessment. Landscape and Urban Planning 43(4):167-179.

 

73. Farrell, Tracy, Angelina Kendra, Joseph Roggenbuck, Troy Hall, and Jeffrey Marion. 1999. Off-road vehicle riders in Big Cypress National Preserve: Results from a survey of permit holders. U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service, Big Cypress National Preserve, Ochopee, FL. Final Research/Resources Management Report, 48 p.

 

74. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Robert D. Proudman. 1999. Management options for minimizing camping impacts along the Appalachian Trail. The Register 23(2):12-15.

75. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1999. Characterizing backcountry camping impacts in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Journal of Environmental Management 57: 193-203

 

76. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1999. Spatial strategies for managing visitor impacts in National Parks. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 17(4): 20-38.

 

77. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 1999. Assessing trail conditions in protected areas: Application of a problem assessment method in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, U.S.A. Environmental Conservation 26(4): 270-279.

 

78. Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2000. Recreation impacts and management in wilderness: A state-of-knowledge review. In: Cole, D.N. and others (eds.), Proceedings: Wilderness Science in a Time of Change; Vol 5: Wilderness ecosystems, threats, and management, pp. 23-48; May 23-27, 1999, Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-5. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. (http://www.wilderness.net/pubs/science1999/volume5.htm)

 

79.   Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2000. Wilderness campsite conditions under an unregulated camping policy: An Eastern example. In: Cole, D.N. and others (eds.), Proceedings: Wilderness Science in a Time of Change; Vol 5: Wilderness ecosystems, threats, and management, pp. 148-152; May 23-27, 1999, Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-5. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

 

80. Farrell, Tracy A. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2000. Camping impact management at Isle Royale National Park: An evaluation of visitor activity containment policies from the perspective of social conditions. In: Cole, D.N. and others (eds.), Proceedings: Wilderness Science in a Time of Change; Vol 5: Wilderness ecosystems, threats, and management, pp. 110-114 ; May 23-27, 1999 Missoula, MT. Proceedings RMRS-P-15-Vol-5. Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mtn. Research Station.


81. Farrell, Tracy A. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2000. Identification and management of visitor impact problems within protected areas in Costa Rica and Belize. In: Harmon, D. (ed)., On the Frontiers of Conservation: Proceedings of the 10th Conference on Research and Resource Management in Parks and on Public Lands, The George Wright Society Biennial Conference, pp. 62-67; March 22-26, 1999, Asheville, NC. The George Wright Society, Hancock, MI.

 

82. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Rex Linville. 2000. Trail impacts and their management in Huascaran National Park, Andes Mountains, Peru. Report Issued by The Mountain Institute and the Virginia Tech Cooperative Park Studies Unit.

 

83. Leung, Yu-Fai, Jeffrey L. Marion, and Tracy A. Farrell. 2001. The role of recreation ecology in sustainable tourism and ecotourism. In: McCool, S. F. and Moisey, N. (eds), Tourism, Recreation and Sustainability: Linking Culture and Environment. Oxon, UK: CABI Publishing, NY. pp. 21-39.

 

84. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Yu-Fai Leung. 2001. Trail resource impacts and an examination of alternative assessment techniques. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 19(3):17-37.

 

85. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Scott Reid. 2001. Development of the United States Leave No Trace programme: A historical perspective. In: Usher, M.B. (ed.), Enjoyment and Understanding of the Natural Heritage. Scottish Natural Heritage, Edinburgh: The Staionery Office Ltd., Scotland. pp.81-92.

 

86. Newman, Peter, Jeffrey Marion, and Kerri Cahill. 2001. Integrating resource, social, and managerial indicators of quality into carrying capacity decision-making. The George Wright Forum 18(3):28-40.

87. Farrell, Tracy A. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2001. Identifying and assessing ecotourism visitor impacts at selected protected areas in Costa Rica and Belize. Environmental Conservation 28(3): 215-225.

 

88. Marion, Jeffrey L., Teresa A. Martinez, and Robert D. Proudman. 2001. Trekking poles: Can you save your knees and the environment? The Register 24(5):1, 10, 11.

 

89. Marion, Jeffrey L. 2001. Determining the ecological footprint of recreation activities to support management decision. Proceedings: Human Use Management in Mountain Areas. An International Conference sponsored by Parks Canada and The Banff Centre for Mountain Culture, pp. 205-214, Banff, Alberta, Canada. June 10-14, 2001.

 

90. Farrell, Tracy A. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2002. Trail impacts and trail impact management related to ecotourism visitation at Torres del Paine National Park, Chile. Leisure/Loisir: Journal of the Canadian Association for Leisure Studies 26(1/2):31-59.

 

91. Leung, Yu-Fai, Jeffrey L. Marion, and David N. Cole. 2002. Visitor impact assessment and monitoring systems: Evolution and current development. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Science and Management of Protected Areas; May 15-19, 2000, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. pp.213-220.

 

92. Marion, Jeffrey L. and Tracy Farrell. 2002. Management Practices that Concentrate Visitor Activities: Camping Impact Management at Isle Royale National Park, USA. Journal of Environmental Management 66(2): 201-212.


93. Farrell, Tracy A. and Jeffrey L. Marion. 2002. The Protected Areas Visitor Impact Management (PAVIM) framework: A simplified process for making management decisions. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 10(1): 31-51.

 

94. Marion, Jeffrey L. 2003. Camping impact management on the Appalachian National Scenic Trail. Report published by the Appalachian Trail Conference, Harper’s Ferry, WV. 109 pp. (peer-reviewed).

 


Reports In Progress

 

94. Cahill, Kerri and Jeffrey L. Marion. (Submitted). A classification system for monitoring recreation impacts to wildlife. Journal for Nature Conservation (9/8/03)

 

95.   Reid, Scott E. and Jeffrey L. Marion. (Submitted). An adaptive management assessment of new camping policies in Shenandoah National Park. Environmental Conservation (8/28/03)

 

96.   Reid, Scott E. and Jeffrey L. Marion. (Submitted). A comparison of campfire impacts and policies in seven protected areas. Environmental Management (8/27/03)

 

97.   Newsome, David E., David N. Cole and Jeffrey L. Marion. (Submitted). Environmental impacts associated with recreational horse riding. Book Chapter in Environmental Impact of Tourism, CABI Publishing, Inc.

 

98.   Marion, Jeffrey L. and Yu-Fai Leung. (Submitted). Environmentally sustainable trail management. Book Chapter in Environmental Impact of Tourism, CABI Publishing, Inc.

 

99.   Leung, Yu-Fai and Jeffrey L. Marion. (Submitted). Managing impacts of campsites. Book Chapter in Environmental Impact of Tourism, CABI Publishing, Inc.


100.   Reid, Scott E. and Jeffrey L. Marion. (In Progress). The efficacy of visitor education programs.

 

101.   Cahill, Kerri and Jeffrey L. Marion. (In Progress). Exploring visitor preferences for social, resource and management attributes in diverse recreation settings.

 

102.   Cahill, Kerri and Jeffrey L. Marion. (In Progress). Management of recreation settings: An analysis of tradeoffs among conditions in Acadia National Park.

 

103.   Cahill, Kerri and Jeffrey L. Marion. (In Progress). Planning guidance for the development of management prescriptions.

 

104.   Marion, Jeffrey L. and Kerri Cahill. (In Progress). Design and testing of protocols for monitoring visitor use and resource impacts at Cape Cod National Seashore

 

 

Jeff Marion, jmarion@vt.edu, 540‑231‑6603