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        Development and evaluation of an automated multimedia kiosk-based visitor survey system in Iguaçu National Park, Brazil, The [1]
        Diffusion of sustainability innovation among Colorado ski resorts : a mixed methods approach [1]
        Diversifying ranch business models : challenges and opportunities in Larimer County, Colorado [1]
        Do you see what I see? : photovoice, community-based research, and conservation education in Samburu, Kenya [1]
        Effect of message framing on environmental behavior, The [1]
        Encounters, norms, crowding : an application of the normative theory and methods in Turkey [1]
        Engaging Latino audiences in informal science education [1]
        Engaging underserved audiences in informal science education through community-based partnerships [1]
        EnvironMentors : a mixed methods study of underrepresented youth pursuing environmentally focused STEM career paths [1]
        EnvironMentors : addressing the need for STEM education [1]
        Estimating visitor use in the backcountry of Rocky Mountain National Park [1]
        Evaluating the role of citizen science in the context of human-wildlife conflict management [1]
        Evaluation of wilderness character as a framework for monitoring and measuring wilderness in Rocky Mountain National Park, An [1]
        Evidence-based approach to evaluating the outcomes of conservation education, An [1]
        Examination of the value of community in natural resources education, An [1]
        Exploration of communication strategies influencing public responses to climate change, An [1]
        Exploration of visitor motivations : the search for silence, An [1]
        Exploring public land's organizational resilience and communication in the context of climate change [1]
        Exploring the culinary tourism experience : an investigation of the supply sector for brewery and restaurant owners [1]
        Facilitating solutions to conservation management challenges through an understanding of human perceptions of nature and wildlife [1]