Dave D. White
Dave D. White
Deputy Director, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation, Arizona State University
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A structural model of leisure constraints negotiation in outdoor recreation
DD White
Leisure sciences 30 (4), 342-359, 2008
Credibility, salience, and legitimacy of boundary objects: water managers' assessment of a simulation model in an immersive decision theater
DD White, A Wutich, KL Larson, P Gober, T Lant, C Senneville
Science and Public Policy 37 (3), 219-232, 2010
Effects of place identity, place dependence, and experience-use history on perceptions of recreation impacts in a natural setting
DD White, RJ Virden, CJ Van Riper
Environmental Management 42 (4), 647-657, 2008
Water managers' perceptions of the science–policy interface in Phoenix, Arizona: Implications for an emerging boundary organization
DD White, EA Corley, MS White
Society and Natural resources 21 (3), 230-243, 2008
Motive-based tourist market segmentation: An application to native American cultural heritage sites in Arizona, USA
GP Nyaupane, DD White, M Budruk
Journal of Heritage Tourism 1 (2), 81-99, 2006
Wilderness campers' perception and evaluation of campsite impacts
T Farrell, TE Hall, DD White
Journal of Leisure Research 33 (3), 229-250, 2001
The role of physical exercise in wilderness therapy for troubled adolescent women
MC Caulkins, DD White, KC Russell
Journal of Experiential Education 29 (1), 18-37, 2006
Divergent perspectives on water resource sustainability in a public–policy–science context
KL Larson, DD White, P Gober, S Harlan, A Wutich
Environmental Science & Policy 12 (7), 1012-1023, 2009
Implications for the Origin of GRB 051103 from LIGO Observations
J Abadie, BP Abbott, TD Abbott, R Abbott, M Abernathy, C Adams, ...
The Astrophysical Journal 755 (1), 2, 2012
An interpretive study of Yosemite National Park visitors’ perspectives toward alternative transportation in Yosemite Valley
DD White
Environmental Management 39 (1), 50, 2007
Participatory geographic information systems for the co-production of science and policy in an emerging boundary organization
BB Cutts, DD White, AP Kinzig
Environmental Science & Policy 14 (8), 977-985, 2011
Connecting visitors to people and place: Visitors’ perceptions of authenticity at Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Arizona
M Budruk, DD White, JA Wodrich, CJ Van Riper
Journal of heritage tourism 3 (3), 185-202, 2008
A comparative study of impacts to mountain bike trails in five common ecological regions of the Southwestern US
DD White, MT Waskey, GP Brodehl, PE Foti
Journal of Park & Recreation Administration 24 (2), 2006
Comparing focus group and individual responses on sensitive topics: a study of water decision makers in a desert city
A Wutich, T Lant, DD White, KL Larson, M Gartin
Field Methods 22 (1), 88-110, 2010
Primal Hypotheses: The Relationship Between Naturalness, Solitude, and the Wilderness Experience Benefits of
DD White
Wilderness Science in a Time of Change Conference: Wilderness as a place for …, 2000
Influence of Ecological Impacts and Other Campsite Characteristics on Wilderness Visitors' Campsite Choices.
DD White, TE Hall, TA Farrell
Journal of Park & Recreation Administration 19 (2), 2001
Stakeholder analysis for the food-energy-water nexus in Phoenix, Arizona: Implications for nexus governance
DD White, JL Jones, R Maciejewski, R Aggarwal, G Mascaro
Sustainability 9 (12), 2204, 2017
Transportation systems as cultural landscapes in national parks: The case of Yosemite
YL Youngs, DD White, JA Wodrich
Society and Natural Resources 21 (9), 797-811, 2008
Hard paths, soft paths or no paths? Cross-cultural perceptions of water solutions
A Wutich, AC White, DD White, KL Larson, A Brewis, C Roberts
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 18 (1), 109-120, 2014
Gendered perspectives about water risks and policy strategies: A tripartite conceptual approach
KL Larson, DC Ibes, DD White
Environment and Behavior 43 (3), 415-438, 2011
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