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These research reports are publicly available:

Booth, K.L., Cessford, G.R., McCool, S.F. and Espiner, S.R., 2011. Exploring visitor experiences, crowding perceptions and coping strategies on the Milford Track, New Zealand. Science for Conservation 313. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Booth, K.L. and Farminer, A.S., 2011. Scoping Study for Assessing River and Lake Recreation in New Zealand. Prepared for Sport and Recreation New Zealand by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Booth, K., 2011. Integrated Management in the Marlborough Sounds Marine Area: Designing a Community‐based Approach. Report prepared for SoundFish by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Booth, K., 2010. Milford Sound/Piopiotahi User Monitor 2010. Prepared for the Fiordland Integrated Coastal Management Programme group, Environment Southland and the Department of Conservation by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Booth, K. and Espiner, S., 2010. Fiordland (Te Moana o Atawhenua) Marine Area User Study 2010. Report prepared by Lindis Consulting for the Department of Conservation, Environment Southland, Fiordland Marine Guardians, MAF Biosecurity New Zealand, Ministry for the Environment, Ministry of Fisheries, New Zealand.

Booth, K.L. and Lynch, P.M., 2010. Outdoor Recreation Research Stocktake: Synthesis. Prepared for Sport and Recreation New Zealand by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Booth, K.L., Lynch, P.M. and Lizamore, C.A., 2010. Outdoor Recreation Research Stocktake: Bibliography. Prepared for Sport and Recreation New Zealand by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Wray, K. and Booth, K., 2010. Attitudes towards commercial recreation on public conservation lands. Science for Conservation 301. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Kazmierow, B., Booth, K. and Mossman, E., 2010. Commercial fishers’ compliance decision making: perceptions, experiences and factors influencing regulatory compliance. Prepared for the Ministry of Fisheries by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Hughey, K., Booth, K. and Baker, M-A., 2010. River Values Assessment System (RiVAS) – The Method, in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 1: Overview of the Method, Guidelines for Use and Application to Recreational Values. LEaP Report No.24A, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 3: p43-64.

Hughey, K., Booth, K., Harris, S. and Baker, M-A., 2010. A Guide to Using the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS), in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 1: Overview of the Method, Guidelines for Use and Application to Recreational Values. LEaP Report No.24A, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 4: p65-68.

Booth, K., Deans, N., Unwin, M., Baker, M-A., 2010. Salmonid Angling in Tasman District: Application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS), in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 2: Application to cultural, production and environmental values. LEaP Report No.24B, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 5: p69-94.

Booth, K., England, A., Rankin, D., Unwin, M., Charles, G., England, K., Riley, K. and Ricthie, D., 2010. Part A: Whitewater Kayaking in the West Coast Region: Application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS), in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 1: Overview of the Method, Guidelines for Use and Application to Recreational Values. LEaP Report No.24A, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 6: p95-120.

Booth, K., England, A., James, T., McGowan, S., Miles, G. and Price, M., 2010. Part B: Whitewater Kayaking in the Tasman District: Application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS), in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 1: Overview of the Method, Guidelines for Use and Application to Recreational Values. LEaP Report No.24A, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 6: p121-140.

Booth, K., Gilliland, B., McArthur, K. and Marr, H., 2010. Part A: River Swimming in the Manawatu-Wanganui Region: Application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS), in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 1: Overview of the Method, Guidelines for Use and Application to Recreational Values. LEaP Report No.24A, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 7: p141-162.

Booth, K., Baker, M-A., James, T. and Smith, R., 2010. Part B: River Swimming in the Tasman District: Application of the River Values Assessment System (RiVAS), in Hughey, K.F.D., Baker, M‐A. (eds). (2010). The River Values Assessment System: Volume 1: Overview of the Method, Guidelines for Use and Application to Recreational Values. LEaP Report No.24A, Lincoln University, New Zealand. Chapter 7: p163-182.

Booth, K.L., 2009. Milford Sound/Piopiotahi User Monitor: Scientific Considerations and Best Practice. Prepared for the Fiordland Integrated Coastal Management Programme group, Environment Southland and the Department of Conservation by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Booth, K., 2009. Applying the Beneficial Outcomes Approach (BOA) to protected area management planning on Stewart Island/Rakiura, New Zealand. Science for Conservation 296. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Booth, K., 2008. Milford Sound / Piopiotahi User Survey 2008. Prepared for the Fiordland Integrated Coastal Management Programme group, Environment Southland and the Department of Conservation by Lindis Consulting, New Zealand.

Booth, K. and Mackay, M., 2007. Tourism and Recreation in New Zealand’s Natural Environment: A Bibliography and Research Synthesis. Prepared for the Ministry of Tourism, Wellington.

Booth, K and Espiner, S., 2006. Managing Human Activity in Fiordland: A Carrying Capacity Method. Unpublished report prepared for Environment Southland, Invercargill.

Booth, K., 2006. Review of visitor research for the Department of Conservation. DOC Research & Development Series 229. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Doody, B. and Booth, K., 2004. Rights of Public Access to the Foreshore: A Study of Public Awareness and Opinions. Unpublished report, Social Science, Parks, Recreation and Tourism Group, Lincoln University.

Booth, K.L. and Leppens, J., 2002. Rakiura National Park: A Benchmark Study of Tourism and the Stewart Island Community prior to the Creation of the National Park. Department of Conservation, Invercargill.

Selman, P. with contributions from Booth, K, Fatsar, K., de Jonge, J., Kay, D., Kayner, P., McDonagh, J., van Mansfeld, M. and Ungvari, G., 2002. An Identification and Assessment of Models of How Communities Outside the United Kingdom Participate in the Management of their Landscapes, 2002. A report to the Countryside Agency. Countryside and Community Research Unit, University of Gloucestershire, UK.

Booth, K., Cullen, R., Hughey, K., Leppens, J., Maher, P. and Simmons, D. (eds.), 2002. Eco-Tourism: An Ally of Nature Conservation? Proceedings of a workshop held at Flock Hill, Canterbury on 16-17 April 2002. Report No. 2/2002. Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation, Lincoln University, Canterbury.

Booth, K.L., Driver, B.L., Espiner, S.R. and Kappelle, R.J., 2002. Managing Public Conservation Lands by the Beneficial Outcomes Approach with Emphasis on Social Outcomes. Department of Conservation Science Internal Series 52. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Hawke, N. and Booth, K., 2001. Conflict Between Sea-kayakers and Motorised Watercraft Users along the Abel Tasman National Park Coastline, New Zealand. Report No. 50/2001. Tourism Recreation Research and Education Centre, Lincoln University, Canterbury.

Wilson, J., Booth, K. and Curry, N., 2001. The Public’s Knowledge of their Access Rights for Outdoor Recreation: A Survey of Christchurch Residents. Unpublished report, Human Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury.

Cullen, R., Hughey, K. Booth, K., Crawford, K., Allen, W. and Kilvington, M. (eds.), 2001. Conservation and Sustainable Use of New Zealand Flora: On Non-Conservation Land. Proceedings of a workshop held at Flock Hill, Canterbury, 6/7 March 2001. Report No. 1/2001. Isaac Centre for Nature Conservation, Lincoln University, Canterbury.

Booth, K.L., Jones, N.C. and Devlin, P.J., 1999. Measuring the Effects of Aircraft Overflights on Recreationists in Natural Settings. Department of Conservation Science and Research Division Technical Series 18. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Barton, K., Booth, K.L. and Ward, J., Simmons, D. and Fairweather, J.R., 1998. Visitor and New Zealand Fur Seal Interactions Along the Kaikoura Coast. Tourism Research and Education Centre, Report No. 9, Lincoln University, Canterbury.

Smith, D., Hughey, K. and Booth, K., 1997. Impacts of Recreational Users on the Wildlife of Braided Rivers - A Preliminary Study on the Tekapo River. Department of Resource Management, Lincoln University.

Booth, K.L. 1995. Summer and Winter Visitor Survey of Wellington Regional Parks and Key Recreation Areas. Prepared for the Wellington Regional Council by Tourism Resource Consultants, Wellington.

Allan, S. and Booth, K., 1992. River and Lake Recreation: Issues, Research Priorities and Annotated Bibliography. Prepared for the Electricity Corporation of New Zealand by Environmental Planning and Assessment and Tourism Resource Consultants, Wellington.

Booth, K.L. 1991. Methods for Conducting an On-Site Visitor Questionnaire Survey. Science and Research Internal Report No. 102. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Booth, K.L., 1989. A Literature Review of Visitors to the Conservation Estate with Special Reference to Families and Under-Represented Groups. Science and Research Series No. 13. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

Booth, K.L., 1988. Recreation and Tourism Research in Conservation. Science and Research Internal Report No. 10. Department of Conservation, Wellington.

 


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