Wade M. Vagias
Wade M. Vagias
National Park Service, Yellowstone National Park
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Likert-type scale response anchors
WM Vagias
Clemson International Institute for Tourism & Research Development …, 2006
Exploring additional determinants of environmentally responsible behavior: The influence of environmental literature and environmental attitudes
C Mobley, WM Vagias, SL DeWard
Environment and behavior 42 (4), 420-447, 2010
Predicting behavioral intentions to comply with recommended leave no trace practices
WM Vagias, RB Powell, DD Moore, BA Wright
Leisure Sciences 36 (5), 439-457, 2014
Factors influencing behavioral intentions for Leave No Trace behavior in national parks
B Lawhon, P Newman, D Taff, J Vaske, W Vagias, S Lawson, C Monz
Journal of Interpretation Research 18 (1), 23-38, 2013
Backcountry visitors’ leave no trace attitudes
WM Vagias, RB Powell
International Journal of Wilderness 16 (3), 21-27, 2010
Dimensions of alternative transportation experience in Yosemite and Rocky Mountain National Parks
D Taff, P Newman, D Pettebone, DD White, SR Lawson, C Monz, ...
Journal of Transport Geography 30, 37-46, 2013
Comparing day-users' and overnight visitors' attitudes concerning leave no trace
BD Taff, P Newman, WM Vagias, B Lawhon
Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership 6 (2), 133-146, 2014
Understanding and influencing state park visitors’ Leave No Trace behavioral intent
B Lawhon, BD Taff, P Newman, WM Vagias, J Newton
Journal of Interpretation Research 22 (1), 53-71, 2017
Development, psychometric qualities, and cross-validation of the Leave No Trace Attitudinal Inventory and Measure (LNT AIM)
WM Vagias, RB Powell, DDW Moore, BA Wright
Journal of Leisure Research 44 (2), 234-256, 2012
The role of risk perception in a one-day wilderness whitewater rafting trip
W Vagias, D Morais, D Dziubek
Proceedings of the 2005 northeastern recreation research symposium, 39-47, 2005
Visitors’ views of leave no trace principles across a national park, a national forest, and three state parks
CL Backman, JJ Vaske, B Lawhon, WM Vagias, P Newman, E Coulson, ...
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 36 (4), 2018
The benefits of stakeholder involvement in the development of social science research
RB Powell, WM Vagias
Park Science 27 (1), 46-9, 2010
An examination of the Leave No Trace visitor education program in two US National Park Service units
WM Vagias
Clemson University, 2009
Day-user beliefs regarding leave no trace in Rocky Mountain National Park
D Taff, P Newman, A Bright, W Vagias
Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership 3 (2), 112-115, 2011
Understanding attitudes and support for Leave No Trace: Informing communication strategies with frontcountry state park visitors
B Lawhon, BD Taff, P Newman, WM Vagias, ZD Miller
Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership 11 (1), 2019
Using wilderness character to improve wilderness stewardship
P Landres, WM Vagias, S Stutzman
Park Science. 28 (3). Online: http://www. nature. nps. gov/ParkScience/index …, 2012
Revisiting ‘Beyond Leave No Trace’
JL Marion, B Lawhon, WM Vagias, P Newman
Ethics, Policy & Environment 14 (2), 231-237, 2011
Preliminary evaluation of recreational skills and ethics training programs occurring on public lands: The Leave No Trace visitor education program
RB Powell, BA Wright, WM Vagias
Technical Report, 2008
Visitors’ attitudes and behavioral intentions toward Leave No Trace on a national forest
E Coulson, L Park, B Lawhon, D Taff, W Vagias, P Newman
Applied Environmental Education & Communication 20 (1), 1-18, 2021
Recreation, values and stewardship: Rethinking why people engage in environmental behaviors in parks and protected areas
CJ van Riper, R Sharp, KJ Bagstad, WM Vagias, J Kwenye, G Depper, ...
George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural …, 2016
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