Further Reading

How formal and informal mountain biking trails result in the reduction, degradation and  fragmentation of endangered urban forest remnants  – Mark Ballantyne, Griffith University, Australia, m.ballantyne@griffith.edu.au; Catherine Pickering, Griffith University, Australia; Ori Gudes, Curtin University, Australia

The impacts of recreational trail infrastructure on Threatened Plant Communities, 2016 – Mark Albert Nadir Bryden Runkowski

A review of the impacts of nature based recreation on birds – Rochelle Steven, Catherine Pickering, J. Guy Castley

Environmental Impacts of Tourism and Recreation in National Parks and Conservation Reserves – Ralph Buckley and John Pannell

Extreme sports in natural areas: looming disaster or a catalyst for a paradigm shift in land use planning– 2012 Shelley Burgin and Nigel Hardiman, School of Natural Sciences, University of Western Sydney

Botsch_etal_2017_Experimental evidence human recreational disturbance bird territory establishment— Yves Bo¨tsch1,2, Zulima Tablado1 and Lukas Jenni1

Reconciling recreational use and conservation values in a coastal protected area — Madeleine G. Stigner1*, Hawthorne L. Beyer1, Carissa J. Klein2 and Richard A. Fuller1

Recent advances in recreation ecology and the implications of different relationships between recreation use and ecological impacts — Monz, Christopher, Pickering, Catherine, Hadwen, Wade, 2013 Journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment

Defining and Managing the Quality of Wilderness Recreation Experiences – Robert E. Manning, David W. Lime — Robert E. Manning, David W. Lime

The Role of Science in Wilderness Planning—A State-of-Knowledge Review – Edwin E. Krumpe—A State-of-Knowledge Review – Edwin E. Krumpe, 2001

The Impacts of Mountain Biking on Wildlife and People A Review of the Literature – Michael J. Vandeman, Ph.D. – Michael J. Vandeman, Ph.D.

Comparing hiking, mountain biking and horse riding impacts on vegetation and soils in Australia and the United States of America – Journal of Environmental Management – Catherine Marina Pickering a, Wendy Hill a, David Newsome b, Yu-Fai Leung

Newsome et al Wildlife tourims book David Newsome, Ross K. Dowlingand Susan A. Moore With Joan Bentrupperbäumer, Mike Calver and Kate Rodger

Artificial night lighting and protected lands: ecological effects and management approaches  — Travis Longcore, University of Southern California

How much is too much ? : a review of the literature concerning the management of visitors to national parks and protected areas. A presentation to “Taking Tourism to the Limits”. Waikato University, Hamilton, New Zealand, 8-11 December 2003. Ken Simpson.

Research to guide management of outdoor recreation and tourism in parks and protected areas. Robert E. Manning, Park Studies Laboratory, University of Vermont, United States of America Research to guide management of outdoor recreation and tourism in parks and protected areas. Robert E. Manning, 1Park Studies Laboratory, University of Vermont, United States of America.

Defining, Measuring, Monitoring, and Managing the Sustainability of Parks for Outdoor Recreation, Journal of Park and Recreation Administration, Robert Manning etal 2011

Managing Visitor Impacts in Parks: A Multi-Method Study of the Effectiveness of Alternative Management Practices — Managing Visitor Impacts in Parks: A Multi-Method Study of the Effectiveness of Alternative Management Practices.

Sustaining Visitor Use in Protected Areas: Future Opportunities in Recreation Ecology Research Based on the USA Experience — Christopher A. Monz, David N. Cole,
Yu-Fai Leung, Jeffrey L. Marion.

Spatial Strategies For Managing Visitor Impacts In National Parks — Yu-Fai Leung, Jeffrey L. Marion, Journal of Park and Recreation Administration Winter 1999.

The Protected Area Visitor Impact Management (PAVIM) Framework: A Simplified Process for Making Management Decisions — Tracy A. Farrell School for Field Studies, Beverly, Massachusetts, USA

Managing Recreational Mountain Biking in Wellington Park, Tasmania, Australia – Luke Chiu and Loroe Kriwoken University of Tasmania, Australia

Estimating the benefits and costs to mountain bikers of changes in trail characteristics, access fees, and site closures: choice experiments and benefits transfer – Edward R. Morey*, Terry Buchanan and Donald M. Waldman

Sustainable Mountain Biking: A Case Study from the Southwest of Western Australia —
Ute Goeft Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Western Australia, Jackie Alder Centre for Ecosystem Management, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Western Australia.

Managing Recreational Trail Environments for Mountain Bike — C. SYMMONDS, WILLIAM E. HAMMITT, Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management Clemson University Clemson, South Carolina 29634, USA

Buckley 2011 Tourism_and_Environment review — Ralf Buckley, Annu. Rev. Environ. Resour. 2011

Icons under threat: Why monitoring visitors and their ecological impacts in protected areas matters — By Wade L. Hadwen, Wendy Hill and Catherine M. Pickering

Recreation Impacts and Management in Wilderness: A State-of-Knowledge Review – Yu-Fai Leung, Jeffrey L. Marion, 2000

How far into a forest does the effect of a road extend? Defining road edge effect in eucalypt forests of South-Eastern Australia – Pocock, Zoe; Lawrence, Ruth E. 2005

Comparing the impacts of different types of recreational trails on grey box grassy-woodland vegetation: lessons for conservation and management – CSIRO Publishing 2016 – Mark Ballantyne A,C, Donna Louise Treby A, Joseph Quarmby B and Catherine Marina Pickering A

Recreational trails are an important cause of fragmentation in endangered urban forests: A case-study from Australia  – Runkowski, Mark, Gudes, Ori, Pickering, Catherine, Griffith University

Photopollution impacts in the nocturnal behaviour of the Sugar Glider (Petaurus breviceps) – Shannon M. Barber-Meyer

Recreational Trails Reduce the Density of Ground-Dwelling Birds in Protected Area, 2015 – Bill Thompson

Chapter 2: Effects of Artificial Night Lighting on Terrestrial Mammals 2006  – Paul Beier

Disturbance to Birds and their Habitats due to Recreational Activities Policy 2013 – Birdlife Australia

Appropriate policy development and research needs in response to adventure racing in protected areas  – David Newsome

Brush-tailed Phascogale tapoatafa, Action Statement Flora and Fauna Guarantee Act 1988 Department of Sustainability and environment

Environmental Impacts of Tourism and Recreation in National Parks and Conservation Reserves –  Ralph Buckley and John Pannell

The influence of urban encroachment on squirrel gliders (Petaurus norfolcensis): effects of road density, light and noise pollution – 2015 – Mitchell J. Francis A, Peter G. Spooner A,B and Alison Matthews A

Human-caused Disturbance Stimuli as a Form of Predation Risk – Alejandro Frid and Lawrence Dill

Ten Factors that Affect the Severity of Environmental Impacts of Visitors in Protected Areas – Catherine Marina Pickering

Quinn and Chernofff 2010_Review of mountain bike ecological effects

Green and Higginbottom 2001 Negative Effects of Wildlife Tourism on Wildlife

Spatial Extent of Human-Intrusion Effects on Subalpine Bird Distributions –  Kevin GUTZWILLER and Stanley ANDERSON

Mountain biking: downhill for the environment or chance to up a gear? – Hadriman and Burgin 2013

Wildlife and Recreationists COEXISTENCE THROUGH MANAGEMENT AND RESEARCH – Khight and Gutzwiller 1995

Terrifying tourists and wary wallabies and kangaroos disturbance by approaching tourists – Knight_etal_2005

Effects of Recreation on Animals Revealed as Widespread through a Global Systematic Review   – 2016 Courtney L. Larson1, Sarah E. Reed, Adina M. Merenlender, Kevin R. Crooks

Nest-tree selection by the threatened brush-tailed phascogale (Phascogale tapoatafa) (Marsupialia:Dasyuridae) in a highly fragmented agricultural landscape – Van Der Ree et al CSIRO

A Review and Synthesis of Recreation Ecology Research Findings on Visitor Impacts to Wilderness and Protected Natural Areas – Jeffrey L. Marion, Yu-Fai Leung, Holly Eagleston, and Kaitlin Burroughs

Home-range use by the brush-tailed phascogale (Phascogale tapoatafa) (Marsupialia) in high-quality, spatially limited habitat

Influence of Fragmentation and Disturbance on the Potential Impact of Feral Predators on Native Fauna in Australian Forest Ecosystems – Sarah A. May and T. W. Norton

Influence of Recreation Trails on Breeding Bird Communities – Miller et al 1998

Managing tourism and recreation on Wheatbelt granite outcrops – D Moncrieff

Recreation framework for Box -Ironbark Public Land, 2013 -Department of Sustainability and Environment

Patterns of human disturbance and response by small mammals and birds in chaparral near urban development – RAYMOND M. SAUVAJOT, MARYBETH BUECHNER, DENISE A. KAMRADT, CHRISTINE M. SCHONEWALD

A review of flight initiation distances and their application to 4 managing disturbance to Australian birds