Peter Newman
Peter Newman
Martin Professor of Recreation Park and Tourism Management, Penn State University,
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei psu.edu
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Understanding and managing experiential aspects of soundscapes at Muir Woods National Monument
EJ Pilcher, P Newman, RE Manning
Environmental Management 43 (3), 425, 2009
1552009
Methodological issues in measuring crowding-related norms in outdoor recreation
R Manning, S Lawson, P Newman, D Laven, W Valliere
Leisure Sciences 24 (3-4), 339-348, 2002
1042002
Research to estimate and manage carrying capacity of a tourist attraction: a study of Alcatraz Island
R Manning, B Wang, W Valliere, S Lawson, P Newman
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 10 (5), 388-404, 2002
1012002
Natural sound facilitates mood recovery
JA Benfield, BD Taff, P Newman, J Smyth
Ecopsychology 6 (3), 183-188, 2014
992014
GPS-based measurements of backcountry visitors in parks and protected areas: Examples of methods and applications from three case studies
A D'Antonio, C Monz, S Lawson, P Newman, D Pettebone, ...
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 28 (3), 2010
872010
Understanding recreational experience preferences: application at fulufjället national park, Sweden
J Raadik, SP Cottrell, P Fredman, P Ritter, P Newman
Scandinavian Journal of Hospitality and Tourism 10 (3), 231-247, 2010
782010
Motivation and acceptability norms of human-caused sound in Muir Woods National Monument
LD Marin, P Newman, R Manning, JJ Vaske, D Stack
Leisure Sciences 33 (2), 147-161, 2011
742011
Enhancing the utility of visitor impact assessment in parks and protected areas: A combined social–ecological approach
A D'Antonio, C Monz, P Newman, S Lawson, D Taff
Journal of environmental management 124, 72-81, 2013
732013
Estimating visitors’ travel mode choices along the bear lake road in Rocky Mountain National Park
D Pettebone, P Newman, SR Lawson, L Hunt, C Monz, J Zwiefka
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (6), 1210-1221, 2011
722011
Potential for conflict index: Hunters' responses to chronic wasting disease
JJ Vaske, MD Needham, P Newman, MJ Manfredo, J Petchenik
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (1), 44-50, 2006
622006
147 practical tips for teaching sustainability: Connecting the environment, the economy, and society
WM Timpson
Atwood Publishing, 2017
602017
Testing noise in the field: A brief measure of individual noise sensitivity
JA Benfield, GA Nurse, R Jakubowski, AW Gibson, BD Taff, P Newman, ...
Environment and Behavior 46 (3), 353-372, 2014
592014
The influence of natural sounds on attention restoration
LC Abbott, D Taff, P Newman, JA Benfield, AJ Mowen
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 34 (3), 2016
582016
Informing Carrying Capacity Decision Making in Yosemite National Park, USA Using Stated Choice Modeling.
P Newman, R Manning, D Dennis, W McKonly
Journal of Park & Recreation Administration 23 (1), 2005
582005
Visitor perceptions of recreation-related resource impacts.
RE Manning, S Lawson, P Newman, M Budruk, W Valliere, D Laven, ...
Environmental impacts of ecotourism, 259-271, 2004
572004
Estimating visitor use at attraction sites and trailheads in Yosemite National Park using automated visitor counters
D Pettebone, P Newman, SR Lawson
Landscape and Urban Planning 97 (4), 229-238, 2010
492010
Reducing visitor noise levels at Muir Woods National Monument using experimental management
DW Stack, N Peter, RE Manning, KM Fristrup
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 129 (3), 1375-1380, 2011
462011
Acoustic environments matter: Synergistic benefits to humans and ecological communities
CD Francis, P Newman, BD Taff, C White, CA Monz, M Levenhagen, ...
Journal of environmental management 203, 245-254, 2017
452017
The role of messaging on acceptability of military aircraft sounds in Sequoia National Park
D Taff, P Newman, SR Lawson, A Bright, L Marin, A Gibson, T Archie
Applied Acoustics 84, 122-128, 2014
452014
Service-learning and natural resource leadership
P Newman, BL Bruyere, A Beh
Journal of Experiential Education 30 (1), 54-69, 2007
452007
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