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Highlight IDTitleStrategic Program Area(s)YearStation
Photo of Moquah Barrens, a
restored pine barrens ecosystem in Northwest Wisconsin
ID: 1441
Landowner Acceptance of a Pine Barrens Restoration Project

Despite landowners’ uncertainty about long-term outcomes near a pine barrens restoration project on the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest, t ...

Principal Investigator : Paul H. Gobster

Resource Management and Use
Water, Air, and Soil
2018NRS
Photo of Restoration in urban areas can take several forms ' or ' View of Chicago skyline from Calumet restoration sites. Lynne Westphal, Forest Service
ID: 202
Models for Ecological Restoration in Urban Areas: Lessons From the USA and Europe

NRS researchers Paul Gobster and Lynne Westphal and a German colleague, Matthias Gross, analyzed urban restoration projects and developed severa ...

Principal Investigator : Paul H. Gobster

Outdoor Recreation2010NRS
Photo of Reactions to fear of crime and their relationships to recreation behavior. Paul Gobster, Forest Service
ID: 203
Perceptions of Crime and its Impacts on the Use of Urban Parks by Latino Residents

NRS scientist Paul Gobster examined how the perceptions of Latino residents in two inner-city Chicago neighborhoods affected their use of outdoo ...

Principal Investigator : Paul H. Gobster

Outdoor Recreation2010NRS
Photo of
ID: 1208
Resident and visitor support for urban natural areas restoration

Resident and visitor beliefs about whether a given restoration practice, such as controlled burning, is already being used at a site can be a po ...

Principal Investigator : Paul H. Gobster

 2017NRS
Photo of
ID: 1197
Understanding resident use of a new elevated pedestrian and bicycle trail

Monitoring use of a new elevated trail in Chicago provides important information to city managers. Preliminary results suggest that "The 606" ha ...

Principal Investigator : Paul H. Gobster

 2017NRS