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John Daigle
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Predicting hunting intentions and behavior: An application of the theory of planned behavior
D Hrubes, I Ajzen, J Daigle
Leisure Sciences 23 (3), 165-178, 2001
8452001
The impacts of climate change on tribal traditional foods
K Lynn, J Daigle, J Hoffman, F Lake, N Michelle, D Ranco, C Viles, ...
Climate change and Indigenous peoples in the United States: Impacts …, 2014
2362014
A comparative study of beliefs, attitudes, and values among hunters, wildlife viewers, and other outdoor recreationists
JJ Daigle, D Hrubes, I Ajzen
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 7 (1), 1-19, 2002
2172002
Sources of conflict between hikers and mountain bike riders in the Rattlesnake NRA
AE Watson, DR Williams, JJ Daigle
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 9 (3), 59-71, 1991
1491991
Cultural impacts to tribes from climate change influences on forests
G Voggesser, K Lynn, J Daigle, FK Lake, D Ranco
Climate change and indigenous peoples in the United States: Impacts …, 2013
1312013
The convergence of transportation, information technology, and visitor experience at Acadia National Park
JJ Daigle, CA Zimmerman
Journal of Travel Research 43 (2), 151-160, 2004
672004
The precarious state of a cultural keystone species: Tribal and biological assessments of the role and future of black ash
KKL Costanza, WH Livingston, DM Kashian, RA Slesak, JC Tardif, ...
Journal of Forestry 115 (5), 435-446, 2017
532017
Visitor characteristics and preferences for three national forest wildernesses in the South
AE Watson
US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, 1992
471992
The Development of Recreation Place Attachment on the Maine Coast: User Characteristics and Reasons for Visiting.
AJ Ednie, JJ Daigle, JE Leahy
Journal of Park & Recreation Administration 28 (1), 2010
452010
Using the Delphi technique to identify key elements for effective and sustainable visitor use planning frameworks
JP Fefer, S De-Urioste Stone, J Daigle, L Silka
Sage Open 6 (2), 2158244016643141, 2016
422016
Transportation research needs in national parks: A summary and exploration of future trends
JJ Daigle
The George Wright Forum 25 (1), 57-64, 2008
402008
Sociocultural dimensions of trapping: a factor analytic study of trappers in six northeastern states
JJ Daigle, RM Muth, RR Zwick, RJ Glass
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 614-625, 1998
391998
Traditional lifeways and storytelling: Tools for adaptation and resilience to ecosystem change
JJ Daigle, N Michelle, DJ Ranco, MR Emery
Human Ecology 47, 777-784, 2019
382019
The future of wildlife and fisheries policy and management: assessing the attitudes and values of wildlife and fisheries professionals.
RM Muth, DA Hamilton, JF Organ, DJ Witter, ME Mather, JJ Daigle
361998
Combining attitude theory and segmentation analysis to understand travel mode choice at a national park
KK Collum, JJ Daigle
Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism 9, 17-25, 2015
342015
Indigenous experiences in the US with climate change and environmental stewardship in the Anthropocene
K Chief, JJ Daigle, K Lynn, KP Whyte
USDA Forest Service, 161-176, 2014
332014
Unnecessary source of pain and suffering or necessary management tool: attitudes of conservation professionals toward outlawing leghold traps
RM Muth, RR Zwick, ME Mather, JF Organ, JJ Daigle, SA Jonker
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (3), 706-715, 2006
322006
Monitoring of vegetation impact due to trampling on Cadillac Mountain summit using high spatial resolution remote sensing data sets
MK Kim, JJ Daigle
Environmental management 50, 956-968, 2012
302012
Does new large private landownership and their management priorities influence public access in the Northern Forest?
JJ Daigle, L Utley, LC Chase, WF Kuentzel, TL Brown
Journal of Forestry 110 (2), 89-96, 2012
302012
Detecting vegetation cover change on the summit of Cadillac Mountain using multi-temporal remote sensing datasets: 1979, 2001, and 2007
MK Kim, JJ Daigle
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 180, 63-75, 2011
302011
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