The identification of the complexities of the sociological dynamics of visitors and visitor use in our national parks has been a challenge to the field of human dimensions for the past thirty years. We continue to gather data through a variety of techniques and attempt to make sense of those complexities to help guide current and future management practices . . .
Legg, Michael; Williams, Pat Stephens; Oosterhous, Scott; and Darville, Ray, "Survey of Backcountry Campers in Yellowstone National Park. Characteristics and Management Preferences (Abstract)" (2005). Faculty Publications. 433.