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        Message frames and wildlife values influence public acceptance of wild horse management strategies [1]
        Messaging and national park visitor attitudes [1]
        Mosaic of understanding: fusing perspectives to legitimize non-technical ways of knowing climate change, A [1]
        Motivations and barriers of landowner participation in reforestation on in the Bellbird Biological Corridor in Costa Rica, The [1]
        Payments for ecosystem services and intermediaries: investigating potential involvement and programmatic roles in western Panama [1]
        Photograph presentation order and range effects in visual based outdoor recreation research [1]
        Prestige: concept, measurement, and the transmission of culture [1]
        Process for building the capacity of informal science education providers to engage Latinos, A [1]
        Public perceptions of the Colorado State Forest Service [1]
        Recreation conflict and management options in the Vail Pass Winter Recreation Area, Colorado, USA [1]
        Role of human dimensions of natural resources and risk communication in mitigation efforts during flood recovery: a Lyons, Colorado case study, The [1]
        Role of scientific evidence in collective action decision-making, The [1]
        Satisfaction with outdoor recreation: analyzing multiple data sets [1]
        Sustainable livelihoods approach to volunteer tourism: the roles of the host community and an alternative break program in Achiote, Panama, A [1]
        Tourism, poverty, and development: local perceptions, empowerment, and strategies for change in Peru's Sacred Valley [1]
        Understanding beliefs and preferences of irrigators towards the use and management of agricultural water in the Colorado River Basin [1]
        Understanding hunter-wild pig (Sus scrofa) interactions in the United States: a mixed-methods research approach to inform invasive species management [1]
        Using systems approaches to understand women's conservation leadership and urban residents' wildscape behavior [1]
        What were you thinking? Do wilderness leadership guides' actions match their employers' intenions in hiring a good employee? [1]
        Wildlife value orientations among diverse audiences in the American Southwest: helping state wildlife agencies broaden their constituent base [1]