Publications

Refereed and peer-reviewed publications

(*indicates supervised author)

Metcalf, A.L., E.C. Metcalf, K. Khumalo, Q. Kujala, J. Gude, and M. Lewis. 2017. Managing public wildlife on private lands: Reciprocity, species status, and stakeholders’ normative beliefs. Manuscript forthcoming at Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 22,6. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/10871209.2017.1372534 

*Lauer, F.I., A.L. Metcalf, E.C. Metcalf, J.J. Mohr. 2017. Public engagement in social-ecological systems management: An application of social justice theory. Manuscript forthcoming at Society and Natural Resources. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/08941920.2017.1364456

Mohr, J.J. and Metcalf, E.C., 2017. The business perspective in ecological restoration: issues and challenges. Restoration Ecology. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/rec.12564/full

Graham, S., R. Niemiec, A.L. Metcalf, N. Gill, C. Moreno, T. Bach, V. Ikutegbe, L. Hallstrom, and Z. Ma. (Under revision). Collective action for invasive species management: Opportunities for scaling up, down, and out. Manuscript accepted with revisions at Conservation Letters.

*Repke, Meredith, M.S. Berry, L.G. Conway, III, A.L. Metcalf, R. Hansen, and C. Phelan. (In review). How does nature exposure make people healthier?: Experimental and non-experimental evidence for the role of impulsivity. Manuscript in review at PLoS ONE.

Metcalf, E.C., A.L. Metcalf, and J. Mohr. 2017. “Building social capacity toward restoration success.” In, S. Allison & S.D. Murphy (Eds.), Routledge Handbook of Ecological and Environmental Restoration. Routledge.

Duval, A.L., A.L. Metcalf, and P.S. Coates. 2017. Conserving the Greater Sage-Grouse: A social-ecological systems case study from the California-Nevada Region. Rangeland Ecology & Management 70(1): 129-140. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1550742416300604

*McIver, C.P, A.L. Metcalf, and E., Dodson. 2016. Making every dollar count: Leveraging federal investments in land management to benefit local communities. Rural Connections Fall: 21-24.

*Ver Planck, N.R, A.L. Metcalf, A.O Finley, and J.C. Finley. 2016. Evaluation of National Woodland Owner Survey estimators of private forest area and landowners: A case study of Montana. Forest Science 62(5):525-534. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/search/article?option1=tka&value1=Evaluating+USDA&operator2=AND&option2=author&value2=Metcalf&sortDescending=true&sortField=default&pageSize=10&index=1

Virapongse, A., S. Brooks, E. Covelli Metcalf, M. Zedalis, J. Gosz, A. Kliskey, and L. Alessa. 2016. A social-ecological systems approach for environmental management. Journal of Environmental Management 178: 83-91. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S030147971630069X

J.B. Gruver, A.L. Metcalf, J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, and B.A. Muth. 2016. Forestland succession: Perspectives from Pennsylvania's private forest landowners." Society and Natural Resources. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/08941920.2016.1180728

Gigliotti, L.M. and E. Covelli Metcalf. 2016. Motivations of female Black Hills deer hunters. Human dimensions of wildlife. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/10871209.2016.1157714

Metcalf, A.L., J.B. Gruver, J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff. 2016. Segmentation to guide outreach: Behavioral intentions of private forest landowners. Journal of Forestry. http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/saf/jof/pre-prints/content-jof15030;jsessionid=3hodijsi8e2hn.alexandra

Metcalf, E. Covelli, A.L. Metcalf, and J. Mohr. 2016 (In Press). Building social capacity for restoration success. Chapter in “The Restoration Handbook.” Routledge.

Metcalf. E.C., A.R. Graefe, N.E. Trauntvein and R.C. Burns. 2015. Understanding Hunting Constraints and Negotiation Strategies: A Typology of Female Hunters. Human Dimensions of Wildlife: An International Journal. 20(1): 30-46.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman and D.L Shumway. 2014. Progress in private forest landowner estimation. Journal of Forestry 112(3):312-315.

Metcalf, E. C., Burns, R., & Graefe, A.  (2013).  Understanding non-traditional forest recreation: The role of constraints and negotiation strategies among racial and ethnic minorities.  Journal of Outdoor Recreation and Tourism, 1, 29-39.

Shrestha, S. K., Burns, R. C., Deng, J., Confer, J., Graefe, A. R. & Covelli, E. A.  (2012).  The role of elements of theory of planned behavior in mediating the effects of constraints on intentions: A study of Oregon Big Game Hunters. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, 30 (2), 41-62.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman, and D.L. Shumway. 2012. Private forest landowners: Estimating population parameters. Journal of Forestry 110(7):362-370.

Graefe, A., Mowen, A., Covelli, E., & Trauntvein, N.  (2011).  Recreation participation and conservation attitudes: Differences between mail and online respondents in a mixed-mode survey.  Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 16, 183-199.

Luloff, A.E., J.C. Finley, W.L. Myers, A.L. Metcalf, D.C. Matarrita, J. Gruver, J. Gordon and C. Rabonarialina. 2011. What do stakeholders add to identification of conservation lands? Society and Natural Resources 24(12):1345-1353.

Burns, R., Covelli, E., and Graefe, A. (2008). Chapter 11: Outdoor recreation and nontraditional users: Results of focus group interviews with racial and ethnic minorities. In: Recreation Visitor Research: Studies of Diversity. General Technical Report-PSW-210. (pp.123-137).

Management and Technical Reports

*Phelan, C., A.L. Metcalf, and E.C. Metcalf. 2017. Longitudinal change in wolf tolerance among MT residents. An interim report to the MT FWP. 12p.

*Phelan, C., and A.L. Metcalf. 2017. Riparian buffers in the Pennsylvania Chesapeake Bay watershed. An interim report to the PA DCNR and Mellon Foundation. 5p.

*Phelan, C., and A.L. Metcalf. 2017. Priority conservation areas in the Gallatin Valley. Final report to the Gallatin Valley Land Trust. 44p.

*McIver, C.P, A.L. Metcalf, and E., Dodson. 2016. Making every dollar count: Leveraging federal investments in land management to benefit local communities. Rural Connections Fall: 21-24.

*Lauer, F.I., E.C. Metcalf, A.L. Metcalf, and J. Brown. 2016. Understanding visitor experiences at the Upper Missouri River Breaks National Monument. A report to the Bureau of Land Management. 12p.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, and A.E. Luloff. 2015. Regional variation among Pennsylvania private forest landowners. A report to the PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry, Harrisburg, PA: 15p.

Metcalf, A.L., B.A. Muth, J.C. Finley, and A.E. Luloff. 2015. Gender, values, and behaviors of Pennsylvania private forest landowners. A report to the PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry, Harrisburg, PA: 9p.

Metcalf, A.L., E.C. Metcalf, K. Kumalo, J. Gude, Q. Kujala, and M. Lewis. 2015. Acceptability of Brucellosis Management Tools for Elk Among Montana Stakeholder Groups for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks. July 2015.

Metcalf, E.C. and A.L. Metcalf. 2014. Visitor use on the Blackfoot River, MT. Final report for the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Missoula, MT: 38p.

Metcalf, E. C. & Nickerson, N.  2013.  Facility and Natural Resource Recreation Area Needs: Facility Manager Responses 2012.  Report for Montana State Parks, for State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, 68 pages.

Metcalf, E. C. & Nickerson, N.  2013.  Resident Travel for Outdoor Recreation in Montana.  Report for Montana State Parks, for State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, 36 pages.

Nickerson, N & Metcalf, E. C.  2013.  Public Recreational Use Study: 2012.  Report for Montana State Parks, for State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan, 44 pages.

Gruver, J.B., A.L. Metcalf, J.C. Finley, A.E.Luloff, A.B. Muth. 2013. The future of Penn’s Woods: A mixed-methods study of parcelization and Pennsylvania’s private forests. Final report for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry, Harrisburg, PA: 73p.

Metcalf, A.L., E.C. Metcalf, and N.P. Nickerson. 2012. Behavioral Risk Factor Survellance System: Outdoor Recreation and Resident Health. Final report for the Montana State Parks, a Division of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks, Helena, MT: 44p.

Bitz, M., E.C. Metcalf, A.L. Metcalf. 2012. Hunter perceptions of Montana’s Block Management Program: A One Montana report. Final report for One Montana, Bozeman, MT: 62p.

Bitz, M., E.C. Metcalf, A.L. Metcalf. 2012. Landowner satisfaction with Montana’s Block Management Program: A One Montana report. Final report for One Montana, Bozeman, MT: 17p.

Kelsey, T.W., A.L. Metcalf, and R. Salcedo. 2012. Marcellus shale: Land ownership, local voice, and the distribution of lease and royalty dollars. Penn State Center for Economic and Community Development. University Park, PA: 15p.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, A.B. Muth. 2012. Pennsylvania’s private forests: 2010 private forest landowner summary. Final report for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry, Harrisburg, PA: 42p.

Metcalf, A.L. and J.C. Finley. 2011. Social and biophysical constraints to timber availability in 25 Pennsylvania Counties. Final report for the Pennsylvania Hardwood Development Council, Harrisburg, PA: 73pp.

Metcalf, A.L., D.L., Johnson. 2010. Wood product’s market analysis: Huntingdon, County, PA. Final report for the Huntingdon County Business and Industry and the Juniata Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership, Huntingdon, PA: 27pp.

Graefe, A., Mowen, A., Trauntvein, N., and Covelli, E. 2009. Resident Survey for Pennsylvania State Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. Report for Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Harrisburg, PA, 157 pgs.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman. 2008. Pennsylvania's private forest landowners: Results from a statewide survey. Final report for the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Forestry, Harrisburg, PA: 53 pp.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, D.L. Johnson. 2007. Timber availability assessment for Berks and Huntingdon counties, PA. Final report for the Pennsylvania Hardwood Development Council, Harrisburg, PA: 23 pp.

A.E. Luloff, J.C. Finley, W.L. Myers, A.L. Metcalf, D.C. Matarrita, J.B. Gruver and C. Raboanarialina. 2007. The Pennsylvania Highlands: Phase I final report. Final report for the USDA Forest Service, Milford, PA: 46 pp.

Invited and Conference Presentations

Metcalf, E.C., J.Mohr, A.L. Metcalf, and F.I. Lauer. 2017. Understanding the human dimensions of river restoration: Evidence from the Clark Fork River, MT. Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, OR: August 6-11.

*McIver, C., A.L. Metcalf, and E. Dodson. 2016. CFLRP and the mediating influence of federal contract regulations on benefit to local communities. Society of American Foresters National Convention, Madison, WI: Nov. 2-6.

*Ver Plank, N., A.L. Metcalf, A.O. Finley, and J.C. Finley. 2016. Evaluation of the National Woodland Owner Survey estimators for private forest area and landowners. Society of American Foresters National Convention, Madison, WI: Nov. 2-6.

Muth, B.A., A.L. Metcalf, and A. Subjin. 2016. Women in the woods. Society of American Foresters National Convention, Madison, WI: Nov. 2-6.

*Battaglia, B., W. Fredenberg, A.L. Metcalf, L. Eby, and E.C. Metcalf. 2016. A proactive approach to mitigating angler bycatch concerns for Bull Trout in Montana. The Salvelinus confluentus Curiosity Society. Sula, MT: August 4-6.

*Lauer, F.I., A.L. Metcalf, E.C. Metcalf, and J.J. Mohr. 2016. Engaging stakeholders to build resilience: Social justice drivers of restoration success. (Poster). 22nd International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Houghton, MI: June 22-26.

Essen, M., A.L. Metcalf, and N. Anderson. 2016. A new era of forest planning: Science and the importance of social networks. (Presentation). 22nd International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Houghton, MI: June 22-26.

Metcalf, A.L., E.C. Metcalf, K. Kumalo, J. Gude, Q. Kujala, and M. Lewis. 2016. Public recreation and wildlife on private lands: Reciprocity and vulnerability shape normative beliefs. National Environmental and Recreation Research Symposium, Annapolis, MD: April 2-4.

Metcalf, E.C., F.I. Lauer, and A.L. Metcalf. 2016. Scenes of visionary enchantment: Recreation management at the Missouri River Breaks National Monument. National Environmental and Recreation Research Symposium, Annapolis, MD: April 2-4.

*Lauer, F.I., A.L. Metcalf, and C. Davis. 2015. Collaborative outcomes: Social monitoring in the Southwest Crown of the Continent Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program. (Poster). 6th Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent Conference. Missoula, MT: Sept. 16-18.

Essen, M., A.L. Metcalf, and N. Anderson. 2015. Social networks matter: Connecting forest planning to social ecological science. (Poster). 6th Roundtable on the Crown of the Continent Conference. Missoula, MT: Sept. 16-18.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, and T. Beckley. 2014. Can parcelization of forestland play a role in preserving private forests? 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Hannover, Germany: June 9-13.

Metcalf, A.L. and E.C. Metcalf. 2014. Squeaky wheels?: Comment cards and visitor intercept surveys – Big Blackfoot River, MT. The 26th National Environmental and Recreation Research Symposium. Cooperstown, NY: April 6-8.

Metcalf, A.L., Metcalf, E.C., Lewis, M., Kujala, Q., Gude, J., & Mitchell, M. 2014. Will Fences Make Good Neighbors? Quantifying Acceptability of Brucellosis Management Seroprevelance Reduction in the Southern Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The Pathways to Success Conference: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management Estes Park, CO. Oct. 5th-9th.

Chesapeake Bay Watershed Forested Riparian Buffer Advisory Committee. August 3, 2017. Social-ecological landscape inventory and prime prospect analysis. Harrisburg, PA.

Chesapeake Riparian Buffer Networking Forum. March 2-3, 2017. Identifying “prime prospect” private landowners for riparian buffer restoration. Adamstown, MD.

Chesapeake Conservancy. January 11, 2017. Human dimensions of riparian buffer restoration. Mill Hall, PA.

Brucellosis research group. September 24, 2015. Human dimensions of brucellosis management. Jackson, WY.

South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks Leadership Program. July 20, 2015. Successful public engagement in wildlife management (full day workshop). Pierre, SD.

Montana Brucellosis Working Group Meeting. July 16, 2015. Acceptability of brucellosis management tools for elk among Montana stakeholder groups. Bozeman, MT.

Montana Fish, Wildlife, and Parks Commission Meeting. November 13, 2014. Attitudes toward Brucellosis management tools among hunters, landowners, and general residents. Helena, MT.

Montana Natural Resources Collaborative Working Group. January 21, 2014. The role of stakeholders’ values in building stronger partnerships. Missoula, MT.

Metcalf, E. C, Yung, L, Mohr, J., & Metcalf, P. 2014. Social Success of River Restoration: A Case Study of the Upper Clark Fork River, Montana. The 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Hannover, Germany (paper presentation) June 9-13th.

Metcalf, E. C. & Metcalf, A. L.  2014.  A River Runs Through it: Understanding Place Attachment on the Blackfoot River, Montana.  The 26th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Cooperstown, NY. (paper presentation) April 6-8th.

Metcalf, A.L. &  Metcalf, E.C. 2014.  Squeaky Wheels? A comparison of Comment Car and Visitor Intercept Survey Data.  The 26th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Cooperstown, NY. (paper presentation) April 6-8th.

Begley, C., Trauntvein, N. &  Metcalf, E.C. 2014.  An Examination of Personality Traits, Recreation Preferences, and Risk.  The 26th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Cooperstown, NY. (paper presentation) April 6-8th.

Rogosienski, M., Trauntvein, N. &  Metcalf, E.C. 2014.  Role Identity within Career Recreation Volunteerism.  The 26th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Cooperstown, NY. (paper presentation) April 6-8th.

Metcalf, A.L, J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, and T. Beckley. 2014. Can parcelization of forestland play a role in preservation of private forests? 20th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Hannover, Germany: June 9-13.

Nickerson, N., Murphy, M. & Metcalf, E.C.  2013.  The Use of Data for Decision Making: a Case Study of Montana SCORP.  Montana Recreation and Parks Association Conference.  Coeur d’Alene, ID.  (paper presentation) September 16-18th.

Metcalf, E. C. & Graefe, A. 2013. Exploring hunting quality and satisfaction among big game hunter typologies. The 19th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Estes Park, Colorado. (paper presentation) June 4-8th.

Metcalf, E. C., Metcalf, A. L., & Bitz, M.  2013.  Hunter and landowner perceptions of Montana’s private land access program.  The 25th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Cooperstown NY. (paper presentation) April 7-9th.

Begley, C. & Metcalf, E. C.  2013.  Personality and Recreation Preference.  University of Montana Conference on Undergraduate Research.  Missoula, MT (paper presentation) April 12-13th.

Belsky, J., E.C. Metcalf and A.L. Metcalf 2013. Engaging motivations and aversion to risk. Bridging the gap between education and changing behavior. Missoula, MT: January 25.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, A.B. Muth, and J.B. Gruver. 2013. Conservation and conservatism: Promoting stewardship among private forest landowners. 19th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Estes Park, CO: June 4-8.

Metcalf, E. C. & Graefe, A. 2012. Woman the hunter: Insight into recruitment and retention of female hunters. The Pathways to Success Conference: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management Estes Park, CO. (paper presentation) Sept. 24th-Sept. 27th.

Nickerson, N., Metcalf, E. C., & Zumstein, P. 2012. A Comparative Analysis between Knowledge and Bear Safety Information Utilization by Day Hikers in Glacier National Park.  The 11th Biennial Scientific Conference on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.  Yellowstone National Park (paper presentation) October 8-10th.

Covelli, E. & Graefe, A. 2012. Gender differences among hunters: An examination of social support and self-efficacy. The 18th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Alberta, Canada. (paper presentation) June 18-21st

Covelli, E. & Schneider, P. 2012.  An examination of personality and adventure tourism: a case of wildlife related activities.  The 24th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Cooperstown, NY. (paper presentation) April 1-3rd.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman, D.L. Shumway. 2012. Sampling and estimation of private forest landowners. 18th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Edmonton, Canada: June 17-21.

Covelli, E. & Graefe, A 2011. Incorporating self-efficacy into the constraint negotiation process. The National Recreation and Park Association: 2011 Leisure Research Symposium. Atlanta, GA. (paper presentation) November 1-3rd.

Covelli, E. & Graefe, A. 2011. A Typology of Big Game Hunters: Understanding how Constraints to Hunting Influence Experiences. The 17th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Madison, WI. (paper presentation) June 5-8th

Covelli, E. & Graefe, A. 2011. Understanding Artemis and Orion: An examination of male and female hunting participation. The 23nd Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) April 10-12th.

Metcalf, A. & Covelli, E. 2011. Recreation to stewardship: Using owner interests to encourage sound management of private forests. The 23nd Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) April 10-12th.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman, D.L. Shumway. 2011. Sampling and estimation of private forest landowner populations. 17th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Madison, WI: June 5-9.

Covelli, E. & Graefe, A. 2010. A Preliminary Examination of Female Hunters and Constraining Factors to Participation. The Pathways to Success Conference: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management Estes Park, CO. (paper presentation) Sept. 27th-Oct. 1st.

Graefe, A., Mowen, A., Covelli, E. & Trauntvein, N.  2010. Wildlife-related recreation participation and conservation attitudes: Differences between mail and internet survey. The Pathways to Success Conference: Integrating Human Dimensions into Fish and Wildlife Management Estes Park, CO. (paper presentation) Sept. 27th-Oct. 1st.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A, & Burns, R. 2010. Constraints, Motivations, and Participation Among Underrepresented Populations in Forest Recreation. CESU. Washington, D.C.. (paper presentation) June 22-24th.

Covelli, E. & Graefe, A. 2010. Monitoring Pennsylvania State Forests Visitor Experiences: Using Survey Data to Inform Comment Cards. The 16th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Corpus Christi, TX. (paper presentation) June 6-10th

Covelli, E., Graefe, A., Mowen., A, and Trauntvein, N. 2010. Differences in Perceptions of Conservation in consumptive and Non-consumptive Wildlife Related Activities. The 22nd Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) April 10-12th.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff. 2010. Commercial harvesting decision among private forest landowners: perceptions, parcelization, and predicting supply. 16th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Corpus Christi, TX: June 6-10.

Metcalf, A.L. and J.C. Finley. 2010. Social and biophysical constraints to timber availability in 25 Pennsylvania counties. Pennsylvania Hardwood Development Council and the PA Secretary of Agriculture Redding. State College, PA: November 15.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A, and Burns, R. 2009. Social Values and Interpersonal Conflict: A Comparative Study of Two Winter Recreation Areas. The National Recreation and Park Association: 2009 Leisure Research Symposium. Salt Lake City, UT. (paper presentation) October 13-16th.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A., Metcalf, A, and English, D. 2009. Spatial Analysis of Use Patterns on the Tiadaghton and Tioga State Forests, Pennsylvannia. The 21st Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) March 29-April 1st.

Finley, J.C., A.E. Luloff, and A.L. Metcalf. 2009. Forest biomass and energy: The role of social science in addressing supply side questions. 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Vienna, Austria: July 6-8.

Longmire, C.L., A.L. Metcalf, A.E. Luloff, J.C. Finley. 2009. Exploring the spatial context for harvesting non-timber forest products on Pennsylvania private forestlands. 15th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Vienna, Austria: July 6-8.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E., Luloff, R.C. Stedman. 2009. Shifting the discussion toward recreation: Outreach opportunities with private forest landowners. Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. Bolton Landing, NY: March 29-31.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A., and Zinn, H. 2008. A preliminary analysis of rail trail users versus general forest users in the Tiadaghton and Tioga State Forests . The 20th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) April 15-17th.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A, and Burns, R. 2008. Behavioral and social value determinants of conflict intensity in winter recreation at Diamond Lake. The 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT. (paper presentation) June 10-14th.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman. 2008. Where’s the wood?: A spatial assessment of biophysical and social constraints on timber access in suburban and rural Pennsylvania. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT: June 9-14.

Gruver, J., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, A.L. Metcalf. 2008. Forest parcelization and the future of Penn’s Woods. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT: June 9-14.

Stedman, R.C., A.L. Metcalf, J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff. 2008. In the eye of the beholder: comparing landowner and forester perspectives on forest health and sustainability. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT: June 9-14.

Finley, J.C., A.L. Metcalf, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman. 2008. Estimating the population of private forest landowners in Pennsylvania: Implications for outreach, management, and stewardship of private forestlands.  14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT: June 9-14.

Muth, A.B., A.L. Metcalf, J.B. Gruver, J.C. Finley. 2008. Putting people in a natural resource management curriculum: Facilitating natural resources decision course. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT: June 9-14.

Longmire, C., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, A.L. Metcalf. 2008. Cross-boundary cooperation among private forest landowners: A comparison of survey results from Pennsylvania and Tennessee. 14th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Burlington, VT: June 9-14.

Metcalf, A.L. 2008. Recreation as a catalyst for cooperation among private forest landowners. 20th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. Bolton Landing, NY: March 30 – April 1.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A, and Burns, R. 2007. A re-examination of constraints negotiation models for forest recreation. The National Recreation and Park Association: 2007 Leisure Research Symposium. Indianapolis, IN. (paper presentation) September 25-29th.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A, and Burns, R. 2007. A multiple-methods examination of ethnically/racially diverse recreation users’ needs and constraints in the Pacific Northwest. The 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Park City, UT. (paper presentation) June 17-21st.

Covelli, E., Graefe, A., and Burns, R. 2007. A qualitative examination of ethnic/racial groups and outdoor recreation in the state of Oregon. The 19th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) April 15-17th.

Dong, E., Graefe, A., Burns, R., and Covelli, E. 2007. Understanding Interethnic variability of outdoor activities and leisure constraints among White, Black, Filipino, Chinese and Southeast Asians: A case study in Seattle metropolitan area. The 19th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) April 15-17th.

Metcalf, A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman. 2007. Exploring the private forestlands of Pennsylvania: Methodology for a statewide survey of private forestland and landowners. 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Park City, Utah: June 17-21.

Finley, J.C., A.L. Metcalf, A.E. Luloff, R.C. Stedman. 2007. Private forest landowners: Revisiting our  “myth-perceptions.” 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Park City, Utah: June 17-21.

Stedman, R.C., A.L. Metcalf, A.E. Luloff, J.C. Finley. 2007. Working together?: Neighboring behaviors among Pennsylvania’s private forest landowners. 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Park City, Utah: June 17-21.

Luloff, A.E., A.L. Metcalf, J.C. Finley. 2007. Measuring and comparing the public’s and scientists’ perspectives on conservation values. 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Park City, Utah: June 17-21.

Gruver, J.B., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, A.L. Metcalf. 2007. Guiding public concern for water resource issues toward engagement. 13th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Park City, Utah: June 17-21.

Metcalf, A.L. 2007. Exploring Pennsylvania forestlands: Recreational perspectives of private forest landowners. 19th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium. Bolton Landing, NY: April 15-17.

Covelli, E., Burns, R., and Graefe, A. 2006. Differences in constraint negotiation strategies employed by racial/ethnic minorities on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. . The 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Vancouver, B.C., Canada. (paper presentation) June 16-19th.

Covelli, E., Burns, R., Graefe, A., and Dong, E. 2006. Perceived constraints by non-traditional users on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The 18th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (poster presentation) April 9-11th.

Metcalf A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff, R. Stedman. 2006. Exploring private forest landowners of Pennsylvania. Society of American Foresters National Conference. Pittsburgh, PA: October 25-29.

Metcalf A.L., J.C. Finley, A.E. Luloff. 2006. Mapping conservation values in the Pennsylvania Highlands. 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management. Vancouver, BC, Canada: June 3-8.

Covelli, E. 2005. Recreation patterns at Lavalands Recreation Area, Newberry National Volcanic Monument: motives. The West Virginia University Division of Forestry Graduate Research Symposium. Morgantown, WV. (poster presentation) April 4th.

Covelli, E., Burns, R., and Graefe, A. 2005. Visitor use at Lavalands Recreation Area, Newberry National Volcanic Monument: motives, trip characteristics, and satisfaction levels. The 17th Northeastern Recreation Research Symposium (NERR). Bolton Landing, NY. (paper presentation) March 28-30th.

Metcalf A.L., D.L. Johnson. 2001. Enhanced floodplain mapping: GIS-based correction of DFIRM maps in Mifflin County, PA. Stormwater and Floodplain Managers Annual Conference.  Charlotte, NC: May 21-25.