Carena J. van Riper
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Understanding the internal processes of behavioral engagement in a national park: A latent variable path analysis of the value-belief-norm theory
CJ Van Riper, GT Kyle
Journal of environmental psychology 38, 288-297, 2014
Effects of place identity, place dependence, and experience-use history on perceptions of recreation impacts in a natural setting
DD White, RJ Virden, CJ Van Riper
Environmental Management 42 (4), 647-657, 2008
Mapping outdoor recreationists' perceived social values for ecosystem services at Hinchinbrook Island National Park, Australia
CJ Van Riper, GT Kyle, SG Sutton, M Barnes, BC Sherrouse
Applied Geography 35 (1-2), 164-173, 2012
Capturing multiple values of ecosystem services shaped by environmental worldviews: A spatial analysis
CJ Van Riper, GT Kyle
Journal of environmental management 145, 374-384, 2014
Can simulated nature support mental health? Comparing short, single-doses of 360-degree nature videos in virtual reality with the outdoors
MHEM Browning, KJ Mimnaugh, CJ Van Riper, HK Laurent, SM LaValle
Frontiers in psychology 10, 2667, 2020
Ecosystem services as boundary objects for transdisciplinary collaboration
C Steger, S Hirsch, C Evers, B Branoff, M Petrova, M Nielsen-Pincus, ...
Ecological economics 143, 153-160, 2018
A model integrating social-cultural concepts of nature into frameworks of interaction between social and natural systems
A Muhar, CM Raymond, RJG Van Den Born, N Bauer, K Böck, M Braito, ...
Journal of Environmental Planning and Management 61 (5-6), 756-777, 2018
Loving the mess: navigating diversity and conflict in social values for sustainability
JO Kenter, CM Raymond, CJ Van Riper, E Azzopardi, MR Brear, ...
Sustainability Science 14 (5), 1439-1461, 2019
Connecting visitors to people and place: Visitors’ perceptions of authenticity at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona
M Budruk, DD White, JA Wodrich, CJ Van Riper
Journal of heritage tourism 3 (3), 185-202, 2008
Incorporating sociocultural phenomena into ecosystem-service valuation: the importance of critical pluralism
CJ Van Riper, AC Landon, S Kidd, P Bitterman, LA Fitzgerald, EF Granek, ...
BioScience 67 (3), 233-244, 2017
Toward an integrated understanding of perceived biodiversity values and environmental conditions in a national park
CJ van Riper, GT Kyle, BC Sherrouse, KJ Bagstad, SG Sutton
Ecological indicators 72, 278-287, 2017
Defining, measuring, monitoring, and managing the sustainability of parks for outdoor recreation
R Manning, W Valliere, L Anderson, RS McCown, P Pettengill, N Reigner, ...
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 29 (3), 2011
Values, motivations, and intentions to engage in proenvironmental behavior
CJ van Riper, C Lum, GT Kyle, KE Wallen, J Absher, AC Landon
Environment and Behavior 52 (4), 437-462, 2020
A GPS tracking study of recreationists in an Alaskan protected area
L Stamberger, CJ van Riper, R Keller, M Brownlee, J Rose
Applied Geography 93, 92-102, 2018
Low versus high intensity approaches to interpretive tourism planning: The case of the Cliffs of Moher, Ireland
N Healy, CJ van Riper, SW Boyd
Tourism Management 52, 574-583, 2016
Scientific and local ecological knowledge, shaping perceptions towards protected areas and related ecosystem services
MA Cebrián-Piqueras, A Filyushkina, DN Johnson, VB Lo, ...
Landscape Ecology 35 (11), 2549-2567, 2020
Integrating multi-level values and pro-environmental behavior in a US protected area
C van Riper, S Winkler-Schor, L Foelske, R Keller, M Braito, C Raymond, ...
Sustainability Science 14 (5), 1395-1408, 2019
Integrating multi-level values and pro-environmental behavior in a US protected area
C van Riper, S Winkler-Schor, L Foelske, R Keller, M Braito, C Raymond, ...
Sustainability Science 14 (5), 1395-1408, 2019
Tradeoffs among resource, social, and managerial conditions on mountain summits of the Northern Forest
CJ Van Riper, RE Manning, CA Monz, KA Goonan
Leisure Sciences 33 (3), 228-249, 2011
Editorial overview: Theoretical traditions in social values for sustainability
CM Raymond, JO Kenter, CJ van Riper, A Rawluk, D Kendal
Sustainability Science 14 (5), 1173-1185, 2019
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