Isabelle D Wolf
Isabelle D Wolf
University of Wollongong, Senior Research Fellow
Verified email at uow.edu.au - Homepage
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Visitor monitoring along roads and hiking trails: How to determine usage levels in tourist sites
ID Wolf, G Hagenloh, DB Croft
Tourism Management 33 (1), 16-28, 2012
872012
Walking, hiking and running in parks: A multidisciplinary assessment of health and well-being benefits
ID Wolf, T Wohlfart
Landscape and Urban Planning 130, 89-103, 2014
732014
Minimizing disturbance to wildlife by tourists approaching on foot or in a car: a study of kangaroos in the Australian rangelands
ID Wolf, DB Croft
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 126 (1-2), 75-84, 2010
482010
The use of public participation GIS (PPGIS) for park visitor management: A case study of mountain biking
ID Wolf, T Wohlfart, G Brown, AB Lasa
Tourism Management 51, 112-130, 2015
462015
Interpretive media that attract park visitors and enhance their experiences: A comparison of modern and traditional tools using GPS tracking and GIS technology
ID Wolf, HK Stricker, G Hagenloh
Tourism Management Perspectives 7, 59-72, 2013
462013
How to use persuasive communication to encourage visitors to pay park user fees
A Steckenreuter, ID Wolf
Tourism Management 37, 58-70, 2013
452013
Outcome-focused national park experience management: Transforming participants, promoting social well-being, and fostering place attachment
ID Wolf, HK Stricker, G Hagenloh
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 23 (3), 358-381, 2015
382015
Vegetation moderates impacts of tourism usage on bird communities along roads and hiking trails
ID Wolf, G Hagenloh, DB Croft
Journal of environmental management 129, 224-234, 2013
262013
Applying public participation GIS (PPGIS) to inform and manage visitor conflict along multi-use trails
ID Wolf, G Brown, T Wohlfart
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 26 (3), 470-495, 2018
252018
Impacts of tourism hotspots on vegetation communities show a higher potential for self-propagation along roads than hiking trails
ID Wolf, DB Croft
Journal of environmental management 143, 173-185, 2014
232014
The effect of different zooplankton grazing patterns resulting from diel vertical migration on phytoplankton growth and composition: a laboratory experiment
ES Reichwaldt, ID Wolf, H Stibor
Oecologia 141 (3), 411-419, 2004
232004
Effects of a fluctuating temperature regime experienced by Daphnia during diel vertical migration on Daphnia life history parameters
ES Reichwaldt, ID Wolf, H Stibor
Hydrobiologia 543 (1), 199-205, 2005
222005
Transformative travel as a sustainable market niche for protected areas: A new development, marketing and conservation model
ID Wolf, GB Ainsworth, J Crowley
Journal of Sustainable Tourism 25 (11), 1650-1673, 2017
202017
Observation techniques that minimize impacts on wildlife and maximize visitor satisfaction in night-time tours
ID Wolf, DB Croft
Tourism Management Perspectives 4, 164-175, 2012
182012
Assessing the efficacy of communication interventions for shifting public perceptions of park benefits
B Weiler, BD Moyle, ID Wolf, K de Bie, M Torland
Journal of Travel Research 56 (4), 468-481, 2017
132017
Are your ducks in a row? External and internal stakeholder perceptions of the benefits of parks in New South Wales, Australia
M Torland, B Weiler, BD Moyle, ID Wolf
Managing Sport and Leisure 20 (4), 211-237, 2015
132015
Monitoring and management of mountain biking through public participation geographic information systems
I Wolf, T Wohlfart, G Brown, A Lasa, M Torland
Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Monitoring and Management …, 2014
42014
Nature conservation and nature-based tourism: A paradox?
ID Wolf, DB Croft, RJ Green
Environments 6 (9), 104, 2019
32019
Lessons learned from pilot testing an experimental communication intervention: Generation Y and park benefits
B Weiler, BD Moyle, M Torland, ID Wolf, M Witsel
CAUTHE 2014: Tourism and Hospitality in the Contemporary World: Trends …, 2014
32014
Recreational ecology: A review of research and gap analysis
D Sumanapala, ID Wolf
Environments 6 (7), 81, 2019
22019
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