Len M. Hunt
Len M. Hunt
Centre for Northern Forest Ecosystem Research, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry
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Recreational fishing site choice models: insights and future opportunities
LM Hunt
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 10 (3), 153-172, 2005
1732005
Angler responses to potential harvest regulations in a Norwegian sport fishery: a conjoint-based choice modeling approach
Ø Aas, W Haider, L Hunt
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20 (4), 940-950, 2000
1632000
Illustrating the critical role of human dimensions research for understanding and managing recreational fisheries within a social‐ecological system framework
LM Hunt, SG Sutton, R Arlinghaus
Fisheries Management and Ecology 20 (2-3), 111-124, 2013
1132013
The effects of regional angling effort, angler behavior, and harvesting efficiency on landscape patterns of overfishing
LM Hunt, R Arlinghaus, N Lester, R Kushneriuk
Ecological Applications 21 (7), 2555-2575, 2011
1132011
The importance of trip context for determining primary angler motivations: are more specialized anglers more catch-oriented than previously believed?
B Beardmore, W Haider, LM Hunt, R Arlinghaus
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31 (5), 861-879, 2011
1072011
Effectively managing angler satisfaction in recreational fisheries requires understanding the fish species and the anglers
B Beardmore, LM Hunt, W Haider, M Dorow, R Arlinghaus
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (4), 500-513, 2015
972015
Environmental activism in the forest sector: Social psychological, social-cultural, and contextual effects
BL McFarlane, LM Hunt
Environment and behavior 38 (2), 266-285, 2006
882006
Fair and effective decision making in forest management planning
LHW Haider
Society & Natural Resources 14 (10), 873-887, 2001
822001
Spatial choice modelling: new opportunities to incorporate space into substitution patterns
LM Hunt, B Boots, PS Kanaroglou
Progress in Human Geography 28 (6), 746-766, 2004
742004
Evaluating the ability of specialization indicators to explain fishing preferences
B Beardmore, W Haider, LM Hunt, R Arlinghaus
Leisure Sciences 35 (3), 273-292, 2013
702013
Understanding and managing freshwater recreational fisheries as complex adaptive social-ecological systems
R Arlinghaus, J Alós, B Beardmore, K Daedlow, M Dorow, M Fujitani, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 25 (1), 1-41, 2017
672017
Accounting for varying setting preferences among moose hunters
LM Hunt, W Haider, B Bottan
Leisure Sciences 27 (4), 297-314, 2005
552005
Estimating visitors’ travel mode choices along the bear lake road in Rocky Mountain National Park
D Pettebone, P Newman, SR Lawson, L Hunt, C Monz, J Zwiefka
Journal of Transport Geography 19 (6), 1210-1221, 2011
542011
Understanding the fish harvesting decisions by anglers
L Hunt, W Haider, K Armstrong
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 7 (2), 75-89, 2002
542002
Urban flood problems in Dhaka, Bangladesh: slum residents’ choices for relocation to flood-free areas
H Rashid, LM Hunt, W Haider
Environmental Management 40 (1), 95-104, 2007
532007
Remote tourism and forest management: a spatial hedonic analysis
LM Hunt, P Boxall, J Englin, W Haider
Ecological Economics 53 (1), 101-113, 2005
502005
Post‐flood assessment of emergency evacuation policies in the Red River basin, Southern Manitoba
H Rasid, W Haider, L Hunt
Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 44 (4), 369-386, 2000
432000
Examining state dependence and place attachment within a recreational fishing site choice model
LM Hunt
Journal of leisure Research 40 (1), 110-127, 2008
422008
Predicting fishing participation and site choice while accounting for spatial substitution, trip timing, and trip context
LM Hunt, BN Boots, PC Boxall
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27 (3), 832-847, 2007
422007
Cyclone evacuation in Bangladesh: tropical cyclones Gorky (1991) vs. Sidr (2007)
BK Paul, H Rashid, MS Islam, LM Hunt
Environmental Hazards 9 (1), 89-101, 2010
402010
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