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Booth, K.L., Hughey, K.F.D., and Sinner, J., 2012. River values assessment. Research Connections, 3, 8-9.

Booth, K., Lynch, P., McLean, G. and Walker, S., 2011. Taking stock of outdoor recreation research in New Zealand: What we do and don’t know. Australasian Parks and Leisure. 14, 1, 16-19.

Booth, K., 2011. Access to the New Zealand outdoors – An update. Australasian Parks and Leisure. 14, 1, 22-23.

Booth, K., 2007. The New Zealand Conservation Authority: What is it and what does it do? Australasian Parks and Leisure. 10, 3, 36.

Booth, K., 2007. The New Zealand Conservation Authority: What is it and what does it do? Active Thinking (New Zealand Recreation Association newsletter), July 2007, 1.

Doody, B. and Booth, K., 2006. Rights of Public Access in New Zealand: Public Opinion About Foreshore Access and Proposals to Improve Land Access. Annals of Leisure Research, 9, 1-2, 62-85.

McCleave, J., Espiner, S. and Booth, K., 2006. The New Zealand People-Park Relationship: An Exploratory Model. Society and Natural Resources, 19, 547-561.

Booth, K., 2005. Foreshore access is now a statutory right. Australasian Parks and Leisure, 8, 2, 38-39.

Booth, K.L., 2005. Applied Research Making a Difference. Recreation Matters, 1, 1, 3. (June 2005).

McCleave, J., Booth, K. and Espiner, S., 2004. Love thy neighbour? The relationship between Kahurangi National Park and the border communities of Karamea and Golden Bay, New Zealand. Annals of Leisure Research, 7, 3-4, 202-221.

Booth, K., 2004. Is foreshore access a sure thing? Australasian Parks and Leisure, 7, 4, 25-26.

Booth, K., 2004. Shifting sands and muddied waters: Public access to the foreshore. FMC Bulletin, 158 (November 2004), 38-40.

Booth, K. and Hutchings, R., 2004. A Visitor Research Framework for the Department of Conservation. Australasian Parks and Leisure, 7, 3, 30-33.

Booth, K., 2004. Public access for recreation. FMC Bulletin, 156 (May 2004), 12-15.

Greenaway, R. and Booth, K., 2003. Managing recreation resources for beneficial social outcomes. Australasian Parks and Leisure. 6, 2, 26-31.

Cullen, R., Booth, K.L. and Hughey, K., 2003. Ecotourism: Issues and Options for New Zealand. Tourism Recreation Research, 28, 2, 89-92.

Wilson, J., Booth, K. and Curry, N., 2002. Rights of public access for outdoor recreation: what does the public know? New Zealand Geographer, 58, 1, 33-42.

McIntyre, N., Jenkins, J. and Booth, K., 2001. Global Influences on Access: the Changing Face of Access to Public Conservation Lands in New Zealand. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 9, 5, 434-450.

Booth, K.L. and Cullen, R., 2001. Managing recreation and tourism in New Zealand mountains. Mountain Research and Development, 21, 4, 331-334.

Kazmierow, B.J., Hickling, G.J. and Booth, K.L., 2000. Ecological and human dimensions of tourism-related wildlife disturbance: white herons at Waitangiroto, New Zealand. Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 5, 2, 1-14.

Booth, K.L. 1999. Monitoring the effects of aircraft overflights on recreationists in natural settings. Noise Control Engineering Journal, 47, 3, 91-96.

Booth, K.L. 1995. Speaking Out. New Zealand Adventure, 73,4.

Booth, K.L. 1993. Recreation on Public Lands - Past, Present and Future. Geo Journal, 29, 3 299-305.

Booth, K.L. 1987. The Public’s View of National Parks. New Zealand Geographer, 43,2, 60-65.

Booth, K.L. 1987. National Parks: What Do We Think of Them? Forest and Bird, 18,3,7-9.

Pearce, D.G., and Booth, K.L. 1987. New Zealand’s National Parks: Use and Users. New Zealand Geographer, 43,2, 66-72.


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