Visual Impacts In Parks: Jet Contrails in Denali National Park

We can use simulated ranges of conditions to learn about visitor preferences.  Below, I show a series of images I developed to depict one potential aesthetic impact to wilderness recreation.  It is a nice, reliable, quantitative, repeatable technique for basing difficult and controversial management decisions on data.  Often used in people per viewscape/shed (PPV) and […]

Enhancing visual research with computer animation: A study of crowding-related standards of quality for the loop road at Acadia National Park

Attached is a presentation for a research project I developed with my colleagues and friends at the UVM Park Studies Lab.  Great project using computer animation to simulate a range of visitor experiences along Acadia National Park’s Ocean Drive loop road.  You can use associated video clips in the same way that simulated photos are […]