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RESEARCH REPORTS

Thomsen, J., Powell, R.B., and Monz, C. (2017) A systematic review of the health outcomes associated with participation in wildland recreational activities. Storer Foundation Report.

Powell, R.B., Holland, H., Thomsen, J., and Monz, C. (2017) A systematic review of the psychological, sociological, and educational outcomes associated with participation in wildland recreational activities. Storer Foundation Report.

Powell, R.B., Wright, B.A., & Depper, G.* (2014) National Park Service Interpretation and Education needs assessment. Clemson University and National Park Service. [file: NPS IE Final Report

Powell, R.B., Stern, M.J., Ardoin, N. & Beeco, R. (2013) Toyota Together Green summary evaluation report: 2008-2013. Clemson University and National Audubon Society. [file: Together Green Report]

Ramshaw, G., Powell, R.B., & Jodice, L.W. (2013) Exploring the long-term impacts of curriculum-based education programs at Everglades National Park. Clemson University and U.S. National Park Service. [file: Everglades-NP-Report-Brochure

Powell, R.B., Jodice, L.W., & Stern, M.J., (2013) Evaluation of curriculum-based education programs at Everglades National Park. Clemson University and U.S. National Park Service. [file: EVALUATION OF CURRICULUM]

Stern, M.J., & Powell, R.B. (2013). Recommended practices for interpretive and educational programs and exhibits in the US National Park Service. Virginia Tech, Clemson Univ., and U.S. National Park Service.

Stern, M.J., Powell, R.B., Martin, E.*, & Mclean, K.* (2012) Identifying best practices for live interpretive programs in the United States National Park Service. Virginia Tech, Clemson University, and National Park Conservation Association’s Center for Park Management. [file: Live Interp Report]

Powell, R.B., Jodice, L.W., Stern, M.J., & Skibins, J.C.* (2012) Evaluation of curriculum-based education programs in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Clemson University and U.S. National Park Service. [file: EVALUATION OF CURRICULUM]

Stern, M.J., & Powell, R.B. (2011) The views of National Park Service Superintendents and Interpretation and Education Supervisors on interpretation and education in the National Park Service. Virginia Tech and U.S. National Park Service, National Education Council. [file: Report on IES survey]

Powell, R.B., Wright, B.A., Draper, J.*, & Thomsen, J.* (2011) Evaluation of off-highway vehicle skills and ethics training programs occurring on public lands: The TreadLightly! visitor education program. Clemson University and U.S. National Park Service. [file: TLl-Evaluation-Final-Report]

Stern, M.J., Mutchler, B.*, & Powell, R.B. (2011) National Park Service Superintendents’ views on interpretation and education. Virginia Tech and U.S. National Park Service, National Education Council. [file: Superintendent report

Powell, R.B., Skibins, J.C.*, & Stern, M.J. (2010) Linking interpretation best practices with outcomes: A review of literature. Clemson University and U.S. National Park Service, National Education Council. [file: Linking Interpretation Best Practices with Outcomes-2010.docx]

Vezeau, S.*, Powell, R. B., & Stern, M.J.  (2010). Stewardship 101: An evaluation of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Jr. Ranger Program. Clemson University and Great Smoky Mountains National Park. [file: executive summary]

Powell, R. B., Wright, B. A., & Vagias, W. M.* (2008) Preliminary evaluation of recreational skills and ethics training programs occurring on public lands: The Leave No Trace visitor education program. National Park Service. [file: Recreational Skills and Ethics Training Programs]

Powell, R. B. (2007) Hikkaduwa restoration task force (HRTF): Formation of an inter-agency committee and action plan for the restoration of Hikkaduwa, Sri Lanka, into a resilient community and sustainable coastal tourism destination. USAID Sustainable Coastal Tourism in Asia-Sri Lanka & Louis Berger Group. [file: Hikkaduwa Restoration Task Force Final report.doc]

Powell, R.B., Krafte, K.*, & Duda, M.* (2015) Dong Van Karst Plateau International Geopark household survey results. Clemson University Institute for Parks. People’s Committee of Ha Giang, Viet Nam.

Allen, L., Krafte, K.*, Holland, H.*, Tome’, S., Nabaala, M.*, Seno, S., & Nampushi, J., (2017). Building a Sustainable Management System for Maasai Mara National Reserve: Understanding Staff and Community Members Perceptions of the Management of the MMNR and their Attitudes toward Wildlife, Conservation, and Environmental Issues. Final Report. 78 pps.

Perceptions of marine aquaculture in coastal tourist destinations in the US Southeastern region; Principal Investigators: Dr. William C. Norman (PRTM, Clemson University), Laura W. Jodice (PRTM, Clemson University) and Julie Davis (SC Sea Grant Extension);  Funding: National Sea Grant, 2012-2015)

    • Jodice, L.W. & W.C. Norman (2015). Perceptions of marine aquaculture in coastal tourist destinations in the US southeastern region. Final Report submitted to S.C. Sea Grant Consortium/National Sea Grant.  [file: Mariculture.pdf]
    • Davis, J., W.C. Norman & L.W. Jodice. (2016). Support for mariculture among residents and tourists in South Carolina and Florida coastal communities. Presentation at the World Aquaculture Society meeting, Aquaculture 2016, Las Vegas, Nevada, February 22-26, 2016. [files: WAS abstract Davis et al FINAL.pdfWAS abstract Davis et al Presentation.pdf]
    • Duffy, L., W.C. Norman & L. Jodice. (2016). Stakeholder perspectives on mariculture and tourism interaction in coastal communities in South Carolina and Florida. Presentation for NOAA Social Coast, Charleston, SC, Feburary  9-11, 2016. [file: Duffy_oral NOAA Social Coast.pdf]

Understanding demand for value-added products and services associated with for-hire boat trips on the South Carolina coast;  Principal Investigators: Robert Brookover, (PRTM, Clemson University), Laura W. Jodice (PRTM, Clemson University); Chi-Ok Oh (Michigan State University) and William Hammitt (PRTM, Clemson University); Graduate Research Assistant: Jarrett Bachman (PRTM, Clemson University); Funding:  SC Sea Grant, 2012-2015

    • Oh, C.O., L.W. Jodice, J.R.Bachman & W. Hammitt. (2016). Angler and Non-Angler Preferences for Value-added, Non-consumptive Products and Services Associated with Charter Boat Trips. Ocean and Coastal Management, 130: 299-308. See link: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0964569116301314
    • Jodice, L.W., J. Bachman & C. Oh (2015). Understanding demand for value-added products and services associated with for-hire boat trips on the South Carolina (SC) coast. Final Report submitted to S.C. Sea Grant Consortium. [file: ForHireFinal2015.pdf]
    • Bachman, J.R., L. Jodice, W. Hammit & Chi-Ok Oh. 2013. Adding Value to South Carolina Charter Fishing Services: Perspectives of Charter Boat Captains. Presentation for SETTRA (Southeast States Chapter of Travel and Tourism Research Association) Meeting, Hyatt Regency, Atlanta, Georgia, March 19, 2013. [files: Bachman SETTRA abstract.pdf; Bachman SETTRA presentation]
    • Bachman, J.R., Chi-Ok Oh, L. Jodice, J. Lee & W. Hammit. 2014.  Angler and Non-angler demand for value-added products and services associated with for-hire saltwater boat trips on the South Carolina Coast. Presentation for NOAA Social Coast, February 18-20, 2014 in Charleston, SC. [file: Social Coast Oh, Jodice et al 2014.pdf]

Examining capacity for a cooperative seafood tourism trail as a value-added marine resource-based recreation and tourism product on the South Carolina coast; Principal investigators: Robert Brookover, (PRTM, Clemson University), Gregory Ramshaw (PRTM, Clemson University), Laura W. Jodice (PRTM, Clemson University) and Blake Lanford (Clemson University Cooperative Extension Service); Graduate Research Assistant: Agnes Sirima (PRTM, Clemson University); Funding Source: SC Sea Grant Consortium (2012-2015)  

    • Jodice, L.W., A. Sirima & G. Ramshaw (2015). Examining capacity for a cooperative seafood tourism trail as a value-added marine resource-based recreation and tourism product on the South Carolina coast. Final Report submitted to S.C. Sea Grant Consortium. [file: SCTrailReport2015.pdf]
    • Sirima, A., L.W. Jodice & G. Ramshaw (2015). Stakeholder input on the potential for a seafood trail on the South Carolina coast. Presentation for stakeholder workshop on April 10, 2015 at USDA Lab in Charleston, SC. [file: SCTrailWorkshopPresentation2015.pdf]
    • Sirima, A., L. Jodice, L. Goris & G. Ramshaw. (2014). Rural Trails, Regional Differences - The Case of the South Carolina Seafood Trail. Presentation at Association of American Geographers (AAG) Annual Meeting, April 8-12, 2014 in Tampa, Florida.
    • Sirima, A., L. Jodice, G. Ramshaw & L. Goris. (2014). Exploring stakeholder interest in development of a South Carolina Seafood Trail. Presentation at NOAA Social Coast Forum, February 18-20, 2014 in Charleston, SC.

Survey of marine recreationists’ attitudes towards potential offshore wind energy in South Carolina; Principal Investigators:  Dr. Jeff Hallo (PRTM, Clemson University), Matthew Brownlee (PRTM, Clemson University) &  Laura W. Jodice (PRTM, Clemson University); Funding: SC Sea Grant. (2011)

    • Brownlee, M.T.J., J.C. Hallo & L.W. Jodice. (2012). 2011 Survey of marine recreationists’ attitudes towards potential offshore wind energy in South Carolina. Final Report submitted to S.C. Sea Grant Consortium. [file: brownlee,-hallo--jodice-2012.pdf]
    • Brownlee, M., Hallo, J., Jodice, L., Moore, D., Powell, R., & Wright (2015).  Place attachment and marine recreationists’ attitudes towards offshore wind energy development.  Journal of Leisure Research, 47(2), 263-284. See link: https://js.sagamorepub.com/jlr/article/view/6279
    • Brownlee, M., Jodice, L., & Hallo, J. (February2012).  Coastal recreationists’ attitudes towards offshore wind energy development in South Carolina. Presented at The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Social Coast Forum.  Charleston, SC.

Sustainable tourism destination/centerpiece project for Floyd and Patrick Counties in Southwestern Virgina and the Rocky Knob area associated with the Blue Ridge Parkway; Principal Investigators: Dr. Jeff Hallo (PRTM, Clemson University) & Dr. Nancy McGehee (Hospitality and Tourism Management, Virginia Tech); Associate Investigators:  Dr. John McGee (Virginia Geospatial Extension), Dr. Cari Goetchus (Planning and Landscape Architecture, Clemson), Dr. William Norman (PRTM, Clemson); Funding Source: This was a joint university project, between Virginia Tech and Clemson University, with Virginia Tech serving as the lead investigating institution and Clemson serving as a partner; Sponsor: National Park Service/Blue Ridge Parkway and Blue Ridge Heritage Inc. (initiated through Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Units - CESU Network) (National Park Service/Blue Ridge Parkway and Blue Ridge Heritage Inc. (2008-2009)

Building sustainable community-based economic development and management linkages between traditional coastal-dependent businesses and South Carolina's recreational and tourism industry; Principal Investigators: Dr. William C. Norman (PRTM) & Dr. David Hughes (APEC &  Clemson Institute for Economic and Community Development);  Associate Investigators:  Dr. Chi-Ok Oh (PRTM), Dr. Carlos Carpio (APEC); Cooperating Investigators: Laura Jodice (Research Associate, PRTM/CIITRD), Will Culler (Research Associate, Clemson Institute for Economic and Community Development); Dr David R. Lamie (Clemson Institute for Economic and Community Development);  Funding Source: South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium (2008-2010)

    • Lacher, R., C. Oh, L.W. Jodice, & W. C. Norman, W. (2013). The role of heritage and cultural elements in coastal tourism destination preferences: A choice modeling - based analysis. Journal of Travel Research, 52 (4):534-546.
    • Jodice, L., W.C. Norman, G. Lacher, C. Oh, C. Carpio. (2011). Assessing tourist demand for traditional coastal-dependent businesses on the South Carolina Coast: Final Report.  Submitted to SC Sea Grant Consortium, June 15, 2011. [files:  Presentation: Clemson_Coastal_Tourist_Survey_2008_2009.pdf;  Report: jodice-norman-and-hughes-year-2.pdf]
    • Lacher, R., Oh, C., Norman, W., & Jodice, L. (2010). Tourism and Local Character in South Carolina: A Stated Preference Based Demand Analysis. In Proceedings of the Travel and Tourism Research Association (TTRA) Annual Conference, June 20-22, 2010, San Antonio, TX. [Files: Presentation:  TTRA Lacher et al 2010.pdf; Paper: Lacher et al 2010 SPCM TTRA.pdf]
    • Jodice, L., W.C. Norman, C. Carpio, G. Lacher & C. Oh. (2010). Assessing tourist demand for traditional coastal dependent businesses on the South Carolina Coast. In Proceedings of The Coastal Society 22nd Biennial Conference, Shifting Shorelines: Adapting to the Future, June 13 - 16, 2010, Wilmington, NC.[Files: Presentation: Jodice et al 2010 TCS.pdf; Paper: Jodice, Norman, Carpio, Lacher and Oh TCS 2010.pdf]

Assessing resident and visitor attitudes toward and preference for shoreline access; Principal Investigators: Chi-Ok Oh and Laura Jodice; Funding:  South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, Ocean and Coastal Resource Management, 2007- 2008.

Ogletree, S.S.* & Powell, R.B. (2015) Mapping cultural resources: A framework for incorporating cultural resources in conservation planning. Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative.

Resources

Vagias, Wade M. (2006). Likert-type scale response anchors. Clemson International Institute for Tourism & Research Development, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management. Clemson University. [file: Likert-Type Scale Items

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