Research Completed

This section includes abstracts of completed and published research. This section encourages the submission of a wide range of research publication types from conference PowerPoint presentations to peer-reviewed journal articles and including publications in draft and in press.


				
	
	
			
		    

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Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Routeburn Track  (1998)

Cessford, G.

Walkers on the Routeburn Track in Mt Aspiring and Fiordland National Parks were surveyed in January–February 1994 as part of a wider study of track users in New Zealand. Evaluations of overall... read more

Sea-kayaker satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options in Abel Tasman National Park  (1998)

Cessford, G.

Sea kayakers in the Abel Tasman National Park were surveyed in January–February 1994 as part of a wider study of track users in New Zealand. Their visit evaluations were highly positive... read more

Visitor satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the Travers–Sabine Circuit Track  (1998)

Cessford, G.

Walkers on the Travers–Sabine Circuit Track in Nelson Lakes National Park were surveyed in January–February 1994 as part of a wider study of track users in New Zealand. Their visit... read more

Canoeist satisfactions, impact perceptions, and attitudes toward management options on the. Whanganui Journey  (1998)

Cessford, G.

This report summarises key results from a survey of 559 canoeists on the Whanganui River. The survey was undertaken to complement results of a broader study of people doing overnight trips on walking... read more

Identifying research needs for improved management of social impacts in wilderness recreation  (2000)

Cessford, G. R.

This paper summarizes the social impact research and information needs derived from a workshop of over 50 recreation management staff in the New Zealand Department of Conservation. The overall... read more

Noise Impact Issues on the Great Walks of New Zealand  (2000)

Cessford, G. R.

This paper describes the features of recreational noise impacts and presents examples from popular New Zealand backcountry trails. Some noise effects were noticed at very high levels, and a varied... read more

Perception and Reality of Conflict: Walkers and Mountain Bikes on the Queen Charlotte Track in New Zealand  (2002)

Cessford, G. R.

A variety of social and physical impacts are attributed to mountain biking. In many cases, the perception of these impacts differs from the reality of on-site experiences. This distinction is... read more

National Incident Database Report 2009  (2010)

Cessford, G.

This report summarises data collected on the National Incident Database for the 2009 year, and builds on the 2007-08 report. It presents summary figures and interpretations from a range of database... read more

Developing New Visitor Counters and their Applications for Management  (2002)

Cessford, G., Cockburn, S. & Douglas, M.

Developing visitor flow models for managing visitors to conservation areas is not possible without accurate visitor count data from the field. However, obtaining such counts in a reliable and... read more

The socially aware baby boomer: gaining a lifestyle based understanding of the new wave of ecotourists.  (2002)

Cleaver, M. & Muller, T. E.

As the Baby Boomers approach retirement, tourism, in general, is expected to increase among members of this generation. This increase in travel is expected to be accompanied by a surge of interest in... read more

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