RTS & Related Sessions at the AAG Annual Meeting
in New Orleans - March 4-8, 2003

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There are 17 RTS Session (listed first) and 8 related Non-RTS Sessions (listed below the RTS sessions)


17 RTS SPONSORED SESSIONS

Meeting: 5737. Recreation, Tourism, and Sport Specialty Group Business Meeting
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

WEDNESDAY

Paper Session: 4245. Desire, Escape, Identity, and Relevance: The Allure and (Ab)use of Tourist and Recreational Environments
(Sponsored by Cultural Geography Specialty Group, Historical Geography Specialty GroupRecreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Wednesday, 3/5/2003 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Terence Young - California State University, Long Beach
Chair(s): Terence Young - California State University, Long Beach
Participant(s):
1. Martin S. Kenzer - Florida Atlantic Univ (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Recreation and the Salton Sea: The Costly, Enduring Calamity
2. Thomas S. Bremer - Rhodes College (Presenter)
Abstract Title: A Precious Heritage: Aestheticizing the Past at the San Antonio Missions
3. Terence Young - California State University, Long Beach (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Camping, A Pilgrimage to Nature
4. Ronald Foresta - University of Tennessee (Presenter)
Abstract Title: National Recreation Areas and the Aesthetics of RelevanceTop of Form

Paper Session: 4541. Enterprises, entrepreneurs, and workers in Tourism
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Wednesday, 3/5/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Dimitri Ioannides - Southwest Missouri State University
Chair(s): Dimitri Ioannides - Southwest Missouri State University
Participant(s):
1. Dimitri Ioannides - Southwest Missouri State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Entrepreneurial Activity and Tourism Development in Two Insular Environments: A Comparative Study of Bornholm and Lesvos
2. Deborah L. Che - Western Michigan University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Sustaining production and strengthening the agritourism product: Linkages between Michigan agritourism destinations
3. Benjamin F. Timms - Indiana University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Linkages Between Agriculture and Tourism: Toward a Deeper Understanding
4. A Church - University of Brighton, School of the Environment (Discussant)

THURSDAY

Panel Session: 5101. Author Meets Critics: The Tourist-Historic City
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Rudi Hartmann - University of Colorado
Chair(s): Rudi Hartmann - University of Colorado
Participant(s):
1. Gregory Ashworth - University Of Groningen (Introduction)
2. Rudi Hartmann - University of Colorado (Panelist)
3. Anne-Marie d'Hauteserre - University of Waikato (Panelist)
4. Martine Geronimi - Laboratoire de technologies, École de Gestion (Panelist)

Paper Session: 5147. Planning, Place, and Transnationalism in Tourism
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Dallen J. Timothy - Arizona State University
Chair(s): Rebecca Torres - East Carolina University
Participant(s):
1. Sunny Jeong - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Effect of Social Interactions in a Special Event on Volunteerism, Host Attitude and Perceived Social Impacts
2. Bruno Jansson - Umea Universitet (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Planning for the future among second Home Owners in Europe's Northern Periphery
3. Linda J.T. Lundmark - Umea University, Sweden (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Economic Restructuring In the Swedish Mountain Range
4. Friedrich M. Zimmermann - University of Graz (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The effects of globalisation tendencies on Alpine tourism areas
5. Rebecca Torres - East Carolina University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: "Gringolandia": The Construction of Transnational Tourism Space in Mexico

Paper Session: 5227. Tourism and the Uses of Enjoyment I
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group, Sexuality and Space Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Paul Kingsbury - University of Kentucky & Jasbir Puar - Rutgers University
Chair(s): Paul Kingsbury - University of Kentucky & Jasbir Puar - Rutgers University
Participant(s):
1. Susan E. Frohlick - University Of Manitoba (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Engaging the Hype: Gendered Pleasures and Politics of Adventure Sports Film Watching
2. John Wylie - University of Sheffield (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Wild mood swings: coastal walking and the conduct of self and landscape
3. Gordon R. Waitt - University of Wollongong (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Gay Games, Queer Spaces?
4. Pau Obrador Pons - University Of Durham (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Body on the Beach
5. Omar Moufakkir - Michigan State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Enjoying Casino Gaming: An Analysis of Trip Characteristics and Gaming Behavior of Non-Local Casino Visitors
6. Alex G. Papadopoulos - DePaul University (Discussant)

Paper Session: 5427. Tourism and the Uses of Enjoyment II
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group, Sexuality and Space Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Paul Kingsbury - University of Kentucky & Jasbir Puar - Rutgers University
Chair(s): Paul Kingsbury - University of Kentucky & Jasbir Puar - Rutgers University
Participant(s):
1. Tara Julie Duncan - University College London (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Travel, work and enjoyment: how young budget travellers use their experiences.
2. Mitch Rose - University of Nottingham (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The fieldworker as tourist: enjoying the enactment of difference
3. Paul Kingsbury - University of Kentucky (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Politics of Corporate Enjoyment: Sandals Negril Beach Resort and Spa, Jamaica
4. Matt McCourt - University of Kentucky (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Facing Collaboration: Radical Hospitality and the Ethics of Intervention
5. Susan Heald - University Of Manitoba (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Finding Fun Without Innocence
6. Heidi J. Nast - DePaul University (Discussant)

Paper Session: 5506. P/Leisure in Africa I
(Sponsored by Sexuality and Space Specialty Group, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Natalie Oswin - University of British Columbia & Glen Elder - University of Vermont
Chair(s): Glen Elder - University of Vermont
Participant(s):
1. Natalie Oswin - University of British Columbia (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Mapping normal: Post-apartheid queer citizenship
2. Orli Bass - University Of Cape Town (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Adventure, Paradise and Indigenous Culture: Representations of KwaZulu-Natal in the 'Kingdom of the Zulu' Campaign
3. Belinda Dodson - University Of Western Ontario (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Places of Pleasure as Sites of Struggle: Leisure and Tourism in Post-Apartheid South Africa
4. Michael Flitner - Freiburg University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: 'A Room for Wild Animals': Engaging African Nature in Post-WWII Germany
5. Clive Barnett - University Of Bristol (Discussant)
6. Gillian Hart - University of California, Berkeley (Discussant)

Paper Session: 5606. P/Leisure in Africa II
(Sponsored by Sexuality and Space Specialty Group, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Natalie Oswin - University of British Columbia & Glen Elder - University of Vermont
Chair(s): Natalie Oswin - University of British Columbia
Participant(s):
1. Glen Elder - University of Vermont (Presenter)
Abstract Title: 'Queerying' the post apartheid city.
2. Mark D. Toogood - University Of Central Lancashire (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Performing Wild in Kenyan Maasailand
3. Valdemir Zamparoni - Federal University Of Bahia (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Pleausure and leisure in an African colonial context.
4. Victor B. Teye - Arizona State University (Discussant)

Meeting: 5737. Recreation, Tourism, and Sport Specialty Group Business Meeting
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 7:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

FRIDAY

Paper Session: 6137. Historical Travels in North America
(Sponsored by Historical Geography Specialty Group, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Matthew Mason - University of Memphis
Chair(s): Matthew Mason - University of Memphis
Participant(s):
1. Timothy G. Anderson - Ohio University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Early Settlment Geography of the Connecticut Western Reserve, Ohio
2. Eric D. Olmanson - University of Wisconsin (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Charles Whittlesey's Writings on the Lake Superior Country
3. Jason Grek Martin - Queen's University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Vicarious Travel In Victorian Canada: The Canadian West Through Travel Literature
4. Timothy Bawden - University of Wisconsin Eau Claire (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Creating an Escape: The Early Railway Travel Promotion of Northern Wisconsin
5. Matthew Mason - University of Memphis (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Portals into the Past: Photography and Correspondence of a Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Tourist

Paper Session: 6228. Heritage, Urban Tourism and the Tourist Gaze
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Dallen J. Timothy - Arizona State University ; Sarah Wynard Lyon - RGS - IBG
Chair(s): Sarah Wynard Lyon - RGS - IBG
Participant(s):
1. Victor B. Teye - Arizona State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Black Diaspora, The Slave Route Project and Heritage Tourism Development in Ghana
2. Dallen J. Timothy - Arizona State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Understanding Personal Heritage Tourism
3. Gregory Ashworth - University Of Groningen (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Globalisation or Localisation: Towards Convergence in the European City
4. Sarah Wynard Lyon - RGS - IBG (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Ethnic Sustainable Tourism and Urban Heritage in The UK.
5. Penny S. Travlou - Edinburgh College Of Art (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Airport Terminals and Hotel Lobbies: Gazing Athens from In-transit Spaces

Paper Session: 6414. The Mobile Body 1: Dance/Performance/Sport
(Sponsored by Cultural Geography Specialty Group, Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Katrinka C. Somdahl & Tim Cresswell - University of Wales, Aberystwyth & Peter Merriman - The University of Reading
Chair(s): Peter Merriman - The University of Reading
Participant(s):
1. Tim Cresswell - University of Wales, Aberystwyth (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Regulating the Mobile Body: Strict-Tempo Ballroom Dancing.
2. Katrinka C. Somdahl - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Networks, Nodes, and Navigation: The Flight Paths of Bird Brain Dance
3. John-David C. Dewsbury - University Of Bristol (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Choreographing Theory: Dance, Immanent Associations and the Agency of Affect
4. Claire E. Pearson - Bristol University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Learning by Heart: Management Training, Martial Arts and the Poetics of Experience
5. Sarah G. Cant - University Of Wales Aberystwyth (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Bodies, spaces, rocks and bruises: going caving

Paper Session: 6539. Issues in Natural Resources, Sport, Tourism and Sustainability
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Dallen J. Timothy - Arizona State University
Chair(s): Nick Kontogeorgopoulos - University of Puget Sound
Participant(s):
1. Gunjan Saxena - Coventry University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: An Examination of Relationships and Networks in Sustainable Tourism: Issues Related to Tourism Provision in the Peak District National Park
2. A Church - University of Brighton, School of the Environment (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Water recreation, space, power, nature and the law
3. Jeffrey Sasha Davis - Pennsylvania State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Indigenous ownership and sustainable tourism development: Re(-)creating Bikini Atoll.
4. Jim A. Davis - Southwest Missouri State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Development of Soccer in America: Past, Present, and Future
5. Nick Kontogeorgopoulos - University of Puget Sound (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Mass Ecotourism in Southeast Asia: A Contradiction in Terms or Successful Marriage of Convenience?

Paper Session: 6632. Landscapes of a New Cultural Economy of Space
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Theano S. Terkenli - University of the Aegean & Anne-Marie d'Hauteserre - University Of Waikato
Chair(s): Theano S. Terkenli - University of the Aegean
Participant(s):
1. Carl Cater - University Of Reading (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Beyond the Gaze: The Embodied Landscapes of Adventure Tourism
2. Bastian Jorn Lange - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Landscapes of cultural scenes - Spatial strategies of cultural entrepreneurs in Frank-furt/M., Germany
3. Theano S. Terkenli - University of the Aegean (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Landscape Sustainability? A Question of Scale
4. Anne-Marie d'Hauteserre - University Of Waikato (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Landscapes of Hybridity (or Cosmopolitanism?)
5. David Crouch - Derby University (Discussant)

Paper Session: 6638. Technology, Tourism and Issues of Globalization
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Dallen J. Timothy - Arizona State University
Chair(s): Monika Stodolska - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Participant(s):
1. Evelyn Ng - Arizona State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Let Your Fingers Do the Clicking: Travel Planning via Internet
2. Mary E. Constantoglou - University Of the Aegean (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Tourism Typologies for Coastal Areas and the use of GIS: The case of Greece?
3. Astrid Susanne Wargenau - Western Michigan University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Globalization of Tourism and Local Change: A Case Study of Traverse City, MI
4. Jerry D. Gerlach - Winona State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Bali Lo: 9-11's Impact on Tourism in Southeast Asia
5. Monika Stodolska - University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Leisure Behavior and Travel Patterns of Muslim-Americans in Response to the Events of September 11

SATURDAY

Paper Session: 7114. Student Recreation Activity Space
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Saturday, 3/8/2003 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Lisle S. Mitchell - University Of South Carolina
Chair(s): Lisle S. Mitchell - University Of South Carolina
Participant(s):
1. Lisle S. Mitchell - University Of South Carolina (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Student Recreation Activity Space: University of South Carolina
2. John Althausen - Salem State College (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Student Recreational Activity Space: Central Michigan University.
3. Jerry Mitchell - Bloomsburg University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Leisure Time and Space Use: A Look at Pennsylvania
4. Cynthia A. Moudy - Salem State College (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Student Recreational Activity Space: Salem State College
5. David Truly - Central Connecticut State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Student Recreation Activity Space: Central Connecticut State University

Panel Session: 7246. Tourism Impacts
(Sponsored by Recreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Saturday, 3/8/2003 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
Organizer(s): Alan A. Lew - Northern Arizona University
Chair(s): Alan A. Lew - Northern Arizona University
Participant(s):
1. Alan A. Lew - Northern Arizona University (Panelist)
2. Robert E. Pfister - East Carolina University (Panelist)
3. Dimitri Ioannides - Southwest Missouri State University (Panelist)
4. David Truly - Central Connecticut State University (Panelist)
5. Jeffrey Sasha Davis - Pennsylvania State University (Panelist)
6. Friedrich M. Zimmermann - University of Graz (Panelist)
7. Samuel V. Lankford - University Of Northern Iowa (Panelist)

Paper Session: 7514. Historical Perspectives on America's Public Lands
(Sponsored by Historical Geography Specialty Group, Cultural Geography Specialty GroupRecreation, Tourism and Sport Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Saturday, 3/8/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Langdon Smith - Slippery Rock University
Chair(s): Geoffrey L. Buckley - Ohio University
Participant(s):
1. Geoffrey L. Buckley - Ohio University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Patapsco Forest Reserve: Establishing a 'City Park' for Baltimore
2. Langdon Smith - Slippery Rock University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Democratization of Nature: State-Park Development during the New Deal
3. Edward K. Muller - University of Pittsburgh (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Bernard DeVoto and the Defense of the Public Lands, 1946-1955
4. Laura A. Watt - University of California, Berkeley (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Managing Cultural Landscapes: Expressions of National Park Service Preservation Ideology in the Point Reyes National Seashore
5. Susan L. Yarnell - Duke University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Appalachian Society of American Foresters and the Development of Professional Forestry in the Carolinas and Virginia
6. William Wyckoff - Montana State University (Discussant)


8 NON-RTS TOURISM/RECREATION/SPORT SESSIONS

Meeting: 5335. Tourism Geographies Journal Editorial Board Luncheon
is scheduled on Thursday, 3/6/2003 from 11:40 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

WEDNESDAY

Paper Session: 4244. Tourism in the 21st Century
is scheduled on Wednesday, 3/5/2003 from 10:00 a.m. - 11:40 a.m.
Chair(s): James A. Davis - Brigham Young
Participant(s):
1. Keshav Bhattarai - Central Missouri State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Tourism, Terrorism, Turmoil: Are the Problems facing Nepal's Alternative Tourism' Industry Insurmountable?
2. Lorri K. Krebs - University of Waterloo (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Internet and Tourism: Changing travel patterns and behaviour
3. Leah D. Manos - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: A Stage Model for the Development of Comfort Tourism Destinations
4. James A. Davis - Brigham Young (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Impact of Violence, Crime, and Natural Disasters on Global Tourism

FRIDAY

Paper Session: 6129. Geography of Sport
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Chair(s): Theodore L. Goudge - Northwest
Participant(s):
1. James B. Foust - University of Wisconsin (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Rooney Revisited: Big Time College Football Recruitment Patterns
2. Makani Markham - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The Recruitment and Mobility of Samoan College Football Players
3. Adrijana Car - Carinthia Tech Institute (Presenter)
Abstract Title: DiveGIS: a GIS for sport and hobby divers
4. Jeanette E. Gara - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Growth and Diffusion of Women's Lacrosse in the United States
5. Theodore L. Goudge - Northwest (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Suburban Thunder: Getting Their Kicks, A Spatial Assessment of Major College Soccer

Panel Session: 6425. Caribbean Stories: 'Representing' Voices from the Margins? I--Constructing Terrain, Tourism and Identities
(Sponsored by Geographic Perspectives on Women Specialty Group, Qualitative Research Specialty GroupLatin America Specialty Group)
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 1:00 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.
Organizer(s): Susan P. Mains - University of the West Indies; Tracey Skelton - Loughborough University
Chair(s): Susan P. Mains - University of the West Indies; Tracey Skelton - Loughborough University
Participant(s):
1. David R. Dodman - University Of Oxford (Panelist)
2. Lydia M. Pulsipher - University of Tennessee (Panelist)
3. Paul Kingsbury - University of Kentucky (Panelist)
4. David Butz - Brock University (Panelist)
5. Joan L. Phillips - University Of London (Panelist)
6. David John Howard - University Of Edinburgh (Panelist)

Paper Session: 6538. Economic Development and Tourism
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Chair(s): Lay J. Gibson - University of Arizona
Participant(s):
1. Resham Sandhu - Coventry University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Tourist Taxes and the Funding of Initiatives to Manage the Environmental Impacts of Tourism
2. Michelle Metro-Roland - Indiana University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Tourists Below the Radar: Post-modernism & Small-scale Rural Tourism
3. Mika Anttonen - University of Oulu (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Imaging the wonderland: Tourism-related representations of Finnish Lapland
4. Alice Black - Southwest Missouri State University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Taney County, Missouri: The Relationship of Physical Setting to Past and Present Economic Development
5. Bryant Evans - University of Arizona (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Economic Development - The Role of National Parks
6. Lay J. Gibson - University of Arizona (Co-Presenter)
Abstract Title: Economic Development - The Role of National Parks

Paper Session: 6645. Tourism: Issues in Labor and Economic Development
is scheduled on Friday, 3/7/2003 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:40 p.m.
Chair(s): Edith Szivas - University of Surrey
Participant(s):
1. Michael Riley - University of Surrey (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The suuply curve for tourism labor as a determinant of mobility
2. Michael J. Marchman - University of Iowa (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Tourism, power and work in Eastern Caribbean island of St. Lucia
3. Pere A. Salva-Tomas - BALEARIC ISLANDS (SPAIN) (Presenter)
Abstract Title: The tourist use of the rural areas of the Balearic Islands (Spain) as Rural Development strategy.
4. Altynai Shaksybekovna Yespembetova - Kazakh American University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Modernity, post modernity and Tourism in Almaty, Kazakhstan
5. Edith Szivas - University of Surrey (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Economic contribution and pay in tourism - An international comparison

SATURDAY

Paper Session: 7110. Water and Recreation
is scheduled on Saturday, 3/8/2003 from 8:00 a.m. - 9:40 a.m.
Chair(s): Jo Beth Mullens - Keene State College
Participant(s):
1. Boian Koulov - St Andrew's Episcopal School (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Water Recreation Resources and Environmental Pressures along Bulgaria's Black Sea Coast
2. Thomas J. Eley - Univ. of Alaska Anchorage (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Watershed Power to the People: Development of a Watershed Gis, Chester Creek Watershed, Alaska
3. Shannon E. Cunniff - U.S. Bureau Of Reclamation (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Identifying Western Watersheds with Potential Management Challenges Over the Next 25 Years
4. Brendan Thomas Yuill - University Of Wyoming (Presenter)
Abstract Title: An Examination of Option Value: prioritizing groundwater use in the Powder River Basin
5. Jo Beth Mullens - Keene State College (Presenter)
Abstract Title: River Restoration in New England: A Comparison of State Dam Removal Policies.

Paper Session: 7537. Spatial Patterns of Recreation and Tourism
is scheduled on Saturday, 3/8/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Chair(s): Bradley A. Shellito -
Participant(s):
1. Catherine Algeo - Western Kentucky University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Rail, River, and Road: Transportation and Mass Tourism at Mammoth Cave
2. Anna J. Roedler - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Indian Bend Wash: Perception and Significance of an Urban Greenway in the Desert
3. Bradley A. Shellito - (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Using GIS for Civil War Battlefield Preservation

Paper Session: 7538. Sustainability and Tourism
is scheduled on Saturday, 3/8/2003 from 3:00 p.m. - 4:40 p.m.
Chair(s): Maria Andrea Schunk - Ohio University
Participant(s):
1. Yara Margarida Evans - University Of Wales Aberyswyth (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Efforts Towards Sustainability: Local Community Participation in the Management of the Serra do Mar State Park
2. Sairah M. Tyler - University Of Georgia (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Maintaining the Gullah History, Heritage, and Culture: Is Ecotourism a Viable Solution?
3. Dominic Corva - University of Washington (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Limits to Ecotopia: Costa Rica and the Neoliberal Imagination
4. Maria Andrea Schunk - Ohio University (Presenter)
Abstract Title: Community participation in tourism development in the Castillos coastal zone, Uruguay


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