Faculty in Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education

Name Topics Areas of Study
Robert Blair

Environmental science education, extension, and outreach

  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
Stephan P. Carlson

Extension and youth development, park and recreation resources

  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
Mae A. Davenport

Human dimensions of natural resources and recreation management

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Forest Hydrology and Watershed Management
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
Daniel L. Erkkila

Tourism economics, community tourism development and planning, regional
economic impacts from tourism and travel, nature-based tourism, and
identification of linkages between natural resource management processes
and tourism

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
Fred Finley

Science and environmental education

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
David C. Fulton

Human dimensions of natural resource policy and planning

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Forests: Biology, Ecology, Conservation, and Management
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
  • Wildlife Ecology and Management
William C. Gartner

Seasonal home development, tourism development, economic impact, and grape and wine policy and branding

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
Ingrid E. Schneider

Recreation resource management, tourism

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Forests: Biology, Ecology, Conservation, and Management
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education
Stephanie Snyder

Conducts research on private forest landowner behaviors, attitudes, values and responsiveness to assistance programs, including: forest carbon market participation, stewardship activities, invasive forest plant management, and gender and woodland ownership.   Additional areas of research experience and interest include: drivers and impacts of forestland parcelization, determinants of public recreational access on private forest lands, multi-objective optimization decision-modeling and trade-off analysis, conservation reserve site selection modeling, and non-market valuation of environmental goods and services. 

  • Economics, Policy, Management, and Society
  • Recreation Resources, Tourism, and Environmental Education