Presentations

Research Presentations

* denotes own graduate student Park, Logan O. (2014a). Building trails that last: Siting, construction and maintenance. (State conference) presented at Illinois Horsemen’s Council, Springfield, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/IHF%202014/IHF%20Trail%20Construction%202014.pptx Park, Logan O. (2014b). Multimodal handheld hyperspectral/ultrasonic/LiDAR recreation trail assessment vs. analog methods. (Regional conference) presented at Central Hardwoods, Carbondale, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/Central%20Hardwoods%202014/Park%20Central%20Hardwood%202014%20Extended%20Abstract.docx Jones, C. A.*, & Park, Logan O. (2014). Optimized horse trail design for Illinois soil. (Regional conference) presented at Central Hardwoods, Carbondale, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/Central%20Hardwoods%202014/Optimized%20Horse%20Trail%20Design%20for%20Illinois%20Soil.pptx Baird, L. E.*, & Park, Logan O. (2014). Testing tools for outdoor recreation environmental education and stewardship: Allowing youth to choose the rules. (Regional conference) presented at Central Hardwoods, Carbondale, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/Central%20Hardwoods%202014/Baird%202013%20Hardwood%20Conference%20abstract%20%281%29.docx Baird, L. E.*, & Park, Logan O. (2014). Tools Tested for outdoor recreation, environmental education and stewardship.            presented at Keep America Beautiful, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/KAB%202014/02.05.1620%20Breakout%204B_Tools%20Tested%20for%20Outdoor%20Recreation_Providence%20I.pptx Park, Logan O. (2014c). Using high technology to monitor trails. (State conference) presented at Illinois Horsemen’s Council, Springfield, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/IHF%202014/High%20Tech%20Trail%20Monitoring%20-%20Logan%20Park.pptx Park, Logan O. (2013a). Smarter, faster, stronger: Advances in the state-of-the-art for trail science. (State conference) presented at Illinois Horsemen’s Council, Springfield, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/IHF%202013/IHF%20Trails%20Science%202.pptx Park, Logan O. (2013b). Trails that last: Siting, construction, and maintenance that can keep horses on the trail. (State conference) presented at Illinois Horsemen’s Council, Springfield, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/IHF%202013/IHF%20Trail%20Construction%202013.pptx Park, Logan O. (2013c). Updating computer simulation of hikers in complex trail networks: GPS-based movement, Rocky Mountain National Park. (International conference) presented at George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, Denver, Colorado, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/GWS%202013/GWS%202013%20Hiking%20Speeds.pptx Park, Logan O. (2013d). Your cellphone measures far more than you can: Smartphones as pro-grade park monitoring sensor platforms. (International conference) presented at George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, Denver, Colorado, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/GWS%202013/GWS%202013%20Smartphones.pptx Riechman, J. A.*, Ruffner, C. M., Park, Logan O., & Groninger, J. W. (2012). Sustaining a landowner-based prescribed burn association: Case study of the Southeastern Illinois Prescribed Burn Association (poster). (National conference) presented at Society of American Foresters, Spokane, Washington, USA. Park, Logan O. (2012). Visitor capacity and use monitoring research at Snake River headwaters in Grand Teton National Park and John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway. Carbondale, Illinois, USA: Protected Area Recreation Conservation Sciences (PARCS) Research Group. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Publications/GRTEFinalReportRevised.pdf Park, Logan O., Chilman, K., & Sharp, R. (2011). Park planning and social science informing general management plans: Ozark National Scenic Riverways case study. (International conference) presented at George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/GWS%202011/OZAR%20Use%20Research%20Presentation.ppt Ramtahal, J. F.*, Park, Logan O., & Lawson, S. R. (2011). Predicting hiker movement rates via terrain characteristics at Rocky Mountain National Park (poster). (International conference) presented at George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Chilman, K., & Park, Logan O. (2011). Recreation visitor inventories to provide data for management decisions/communications. (National conference) presented at River Management Society, Asheville, North Carolina, USA. Park, Logan O., Chilman, K., Thomas Ellison, E., & Ramtahal, J. F. (2010). River use characteristics on the Ozark National Scenic Riverways. (Invited presentation) presented at U.S. National Park Service General Management Planning, Van Buren, Missouri, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/NPS%202010/OZAR%20Horse%20Trails%20and%20River%20Use%200014.pptx Park, Logan O. (2009). Topics in Australian recreation. Center For ecology invited lecture. (Invited presentation) presented at Center for Ecology, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/CFE%202009/2009%20Center%20for%20Ecology%20Guest%20Lecture%20-%20Topics%20in%20Australian%20Recreation.pptx Wimpey, J. F., Marion, J. L., & Park, Logan O. (2008). Land/habitat fragmentation indices: Spatial analysis of formal and informal trail networks of Potomac Gorge National Park Service Units. (International conference) presented at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, Vermont, USA. Wimpey, J. F., Park, Logan O., & Marion, J. L. (2008). Monitoring informal (visitor-created) trail networks in parks: Some methods and results. (Regional conference) presented at Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Savannah, Georgia, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/SERR%202008/Informal%20trails%20extendedabstract.doc Park, Logan O., Wimpey, J. F., & Marion, J. L. (2008). Reducing and preventing off-trail walking in ecologically sensitive park areas: additive techniques. (Regional conference) presented at Southeastern Recreation Research Conference, Savannah, Georgia, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/SERR%202008/BGT%20Observation%20Study.ppt and http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/SERR%202008/SERR%202008%20Executive%20Summary.docx Park, Logan O. (2008). Relating trail design characteristics to tread width: Correlates in the Acadia National Park formal hiking trail system. (International conference) presented at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, Vermont, USA. Hockett, K., Marion, J. L., Park, Logan O., Clark, A., & Leung, Y.-F. (2008). Efficacy of educational messaging and site management actions in discouraging off-trail hiking. (International conference) presented at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Burlington, Vermont, USA. Park, Logan O., & Marion, J. L. (2007). Evaluating efficacy of and visitor responses to management alternatives designed to limit ecological impacts on the summit of Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park. (International conference) presented at George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites: Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. http://logan-park.org/wp-content/uploads/manual/Presentations/GWS%202007/GWS2007.ppt Park, Logan O., Manning, R. E., Marion, J. L., Lawson, S. R., & Jacobi, C. (2006a). Efficacy of visitor management alternatives on the summit of Cadillac Mountain, Acadia National Park. (International conference) presented at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Valliere, W., Park, Logan O., Hallo, J. C., Stanfield McCown, R., & Manning, R. E. (2006). Enhancing visual research with computer animation: Crowding-related standards of quality for the loop road at Acadia National Park. (International conference) presented at International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Park, Logan O., Manning, R. E., Marion, J. L., Lawson, S. R., & Jacobi, C. (2006b). Evaluating efficacy of and recreationist responses to management alternatives at a popular and ecologically fragile icon site, Acadia National Park. (Regional conference) presented at Northeastern Recreation Research Conference, Bolton Landing, New York, USA. Hallo, J. C., Park, Logan O., Valliere, W. A., & Manning, R. E. (2005). Parks or parking lots: Vehicle-related crowding at Acadia National Park using simulation modeling. (Regional conference) presented at Northeastern Recreation Research Conference, Bolton Landing, New York, USA. Manning, R. E., Hallo, J. C., Valliere, W. A., & Park, Logan O. (2005a). Standardized standards: Developing and applying the “Levels of Service” concept to carrying capacity planning and management in the national parks. (International conference) presented at George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. Manning, R. E., Hallo, J. C., Valliere, W. A., & Park, Logan O. (2005b). Standardized standards: Developing and applying the “Levels of Service” concept to carrying capacity planning and management in the national parks. (Regional conference) presented at Northeastern Recreation Research Conference, Bolton Landing, New York, USA. Park, Logan O., Geist, S., Andersen, B., & Wheeler, J. (2002). Hydrogeochemical  trends: Fluvial systems in subtropical land use array, upstate South Carolina. (Regional conference) presented at Southeastern Geological Society of America, Lexington, Kentucky, USA.

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