Journal Articles and Other Reports:
David N. Cole
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Cole, David N. 1995. Experimental trampling of vegetation. I. Relationship between trampling intensity and vegetation response.
Cole, David N. 2006. Visitor and recreation impact monitoring: Is it lost in the gulf between science and management?
Cole, David N. 2007. Scaling-up the minimum requirements analysis for big wilderness issues.
Cole, David N. 2007. The importance of archiving baseline wilderness data.
Cole, David N. 2008. Wilderness restoration: From philosophical questions about naturalness to tests of practical techniques.
Cole, David N.; Foti, Pam; Brown, Mathieu. 2008. Twenty years of change on campsites in the backcountry of Grand Canyon National Park.
Cole, David N.; Hall, Troy E. 2008. The "adaptable human" phenomenon: Implications for recreation management in high-use wilderness.
Cole, David N., Ferguson, Thomas E. 2009. A relatively nonrestrictive approach to reducing campsite impact: Caney Creek Wilderness, Arkansas.
Cole, David N.; Hall, Troy E. 2009. Perceived effects of setting attributes on visitor experiences in wilderness: Variation with situational context and visitor characteristics.
Cole, David N.; Hall, Troy E. 2010. Experiencing the restorative components of wilderness environments: Does congestion interfere and does length of exposure matter?
Cole, David N.; Hall, Troy E. 2010. Privacy functions and wilderness recreation: Use density and length of stay effects on experience.
Cole, David N. 2011. Planned diversity: The case for a system with several types of wilderness.
Cole, David N. 2012. Beyond naturalness: Adapting wilderness stewardship to an era of rapid global change.
Cole, David N. 2012. Wilderness visitor experiences: A selective review of 50 years of research.