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  • Champ, Patricia A., Robert P. Berrens, and Joseph Little. Forthcoming 2005. Uncharted Territory -- The Charter Forest Experiment onthe Valles Caldera National Preserve: An Initial Economic and Policy Analysis. Natural Resources Journal .
  • Williams, D. R. 2002. Leisure identities, globalization, and the politics of place. Journal of Leisure Research, 34(4), 351-367.
  • Kaltenborn, B. P., & Williams, D. R. 2002. The meaning of place: Tourists' versus locals' attachment to Femundsmarka National Park. Norwegian Journal of Geography 56(3):189-198.
  • Williams, D. R. 2001. Sustainability and public access to nature: Contesting the right to roam. Journal of Sustainable Tourism 9(5):361-371.
  • Williams, D. R., & McIntyre, N. 2001.  Where heart and home reside: Changing constructions of home and identity.  Trends 2000: Shaping the Future (Sept. 17-20, 2000; pp. 392-403). Lansing, MI: Michigan State University, Dept. of Park, Recreation & Tourism Resources.
  • Uysal, M., Chen, J. S., & Williams, D. R. 2000.  Increasing state market share through regional positioning. Tourism Management. 21:89-96.
  • Williams, D. R. 2000. Anatomy of the academy: Dissecting the past, resecting the future. Journal of Leisure Research 32:180-185

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  • Williams, D. R., & Kaltenborn, B. P. 1999. Leisure places and modernity: The use and meaning of recreational cottages in Norway and the USA. In. D. Crouch (Ed.), Leisure practices and geographic knowledge (pp. 214-230). London, UK: Routledge.
  • Williams, D. R., Vogt, C. A., & Vittersø, J. 1999. Structural equation modeling of users' support for wilderness recreation fees. Journal of Leisure Research 31:245- 268.
  • Vogt, C. A., & Williams, D. R. 1999.  Support for wilderness recreation fees: The influence of fee purpose and day versus overnight use. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration17(3):85-99.
  • McCollum, D.W., M.A. Haefele, R.S. Rosenberger. 1999. A Survey of 1997 Colorado Anglers and Their Willingness to Pay Increased License Fees.  Project Report No. 39, for the Colorado Division of Wildlife.  Fort Collins, CO: Colorado State University, Human Dimensions in Natural Resources Unit, and USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.

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  • Miller, S. M., S. D. Miller, D. W. McCollum.  1998.  Attitudes Toward and Relative Value of Alaskan Brown Bears To Resident Voters, Resident Hunters, and Nonresident Hunters.  Ursus, 10:357-376.
  • Williams, D. R., & Van Patten, S. 1998. Back to the future? Tourism, place, and sustainability. In L. Andersson & T. Bloom (Eds.) Sustainability and Development: The Future of Small Society in a Dynamic Economy (Proceedings of the Karlstad International Seminar, May 12-14, 1997, pp. 359-370). Karlstad, Sweden: University of Karlstad, Regional Science Research Unit.
  • Miller, S. M., D. W. McCollum.  1997.  Alaska Nonresident Visitors: Their Attitudes Towards Wildlife and Wildlife Related Trip Characteristics and Economics.  Anchorage: Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Wildlife Conservation.

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  • Champ, P.A., and R.C. Bishop.  1996. Evidence on the Accuracy of Expenditures Reported in Recreational SurveysJournal of Agricultural and Resource Economics 21(1):1-10.
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  • McCollum, D. W., S. M. Miller, P. Janik, K. Titus.  1996.  Implications of Economic Information for Natural Resource Managers: An Alaskan Case Study.  Transactions of the 61st North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, 61:257-66.
  • Mendelsohn, Robert; John Hof; George L. Peterson; and Reed Johnson. 1992. Measuring Recreation Values with Multiple Destination Trips. American Journal of Agricultural Economics November:926-933.
  • Driver, B.L., Perry J. Brown, and George L. Peterson (eds.). 1991. The Benefits of Leisure. Venture Press, University Park, PA. 477 pp.
  • Peterson, George L. and Kenneth Cordell. 1991. Estimating recreation demand functions: the PARVS experience. American Fisheries Society Symposium 12:316-327.
  • McCollum, Daniel W., Alphonse H. Gilbert, and George L. Peterson. 1990. The net economic value of day use cross country skiing in Vermont: a dichotomous choice contingent valuation approach. Journal of Leisure Research 22(4):341-352.

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