2003 – PRFO Workshop on Social Science and Protected Areas

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p3-5) Murphy
The role of social science in park management

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p9-11) Osborne
Constructing Canada outdoors

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p15-18) Mulrooney
Trends in Provincial Park Use

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p19-23) Robbins
Territorial parks, coastal guardians and other concepts for First Nations involvement in the Great Lakes Heritage Coast

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p25-29) Mackey
The Canadian National Railway’s (CNR) “Algonquin Route” 1915-1995

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p31-34) Fraser
The Bonnechere Cultural Heritage Project

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p35-38) McPherson
Top Ten Ingredients for Creating and Maintaining a Successful Interpretative Program in Ontario Parks

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p39-45) Huitema
Dissonant Ideologies: The Algonquin-Mississauga Presence in the Ottawa-Huron Tract in Nineteenth Century Ontario

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p47-53) Bowman
Examining Algonquin Provincial Park Visitor Expenditures

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p55-59) Preston, Nelson and Lemieux
Heritage Landscape Guides: A Vehicle for Natural and Cultural Heritage Conservation and Planning

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p63) Andersen – Abstract
Parkaeology: Cultural Resource Management in the Provincial Park Setting

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p64) Tapley – Abstract
Expedition research program Lake Opeongo: A working partnership

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p65) New – Abstract
A visitor centre evaluation at Pukaskwa National Park

PRFO-2003-Alg_SS (p66) Deeks – Abstract
A Social Science Research Strategy for St. Lawrence Islands National Park

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