Christopher Monz
Christopher Monz
Professor of Recreation Resources, Utah State University
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Wildland Recreation: Ecology and Management, 3rd Edition
WE Hammitt, DN Cole, CA Monz
John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2015
13252015
Sustaining visitor use in protected areas: future opportunities in recreation ecology research based on the USA experience
CA Monz, DN Cole, YF Leung, JL Marion
Environmental management 45 (3), 551-562, 2010
2172010
Tourism and development in mountain regions
P Godde
CABI, 2000
1892000
Organic matter contained in soil aggregates from a tropical chronosequence: correction for sand and light fraction
ET Elliott, CA Palm, DE Reuss, CA Monz
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 34 (1-4), 443-451, 1991
1721991
Recent advances in recreation ecology and the implications of different relationships between recreation use and ecological impacts
CA Monz, CM Pickering, WL Hadwen
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (8), 441-446, 2013
1322013
The response of mycorrhizal colonization to elevated CO2 and climate change in Pascopyrum smithii and Bouteloua gracilis
CA Monz, HW Hunt, FB Reeves, ET Elliott
Plant and Soil 165 (1), 75-80, 1994
1101994
The response of two arctic tundra plant communities to human trampling disturbance
CA Monz
Journal of Environmental Management 64 (2), 207-217, 2002
932002
Wildland recreation and human waste: a review of problems, practices, and concerns
A Cilimburg, C Monz, S Kehoe
Environmental Management 25 (6), 587, 2000
892000
Terrestrial carbon pools: preliminary data from the Corn Belt and Great Plains regions
ET Elliott, IC Burke, CA Monz, SD Frey, KH Paustian, HP Collins, EA Paul, ...
Defining soil quality for a sustainable environment 35, 179-191, 1994
861994
Spatial patterns of recreation impact on experimental campsites
DN Cole, CA Monz
Journal of Environmental Management 70 (1), 73-84, 2004
812004
Consequences of growth at two carbon dioxide concentrations and two temperatures for leaf gas exchange in Pascopyrum smithii (C3) and Bouteloua gracilis (C4)
JA Morgan, HW Hunt, CA Monz, DR LeCain
Plant, Cell & Environment 17 (9), 1023-1033, 1994
791994
GPS-based measurements of backcountry visitors in parks and protected areas: Examples of methods and applications from three case studies
A D’Antonio, C Monz, S Lawson, P Newman, D Pettebone, ...
Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 28 (3), 42-60, 2010
692010
Trampling disturbance of high-elevation vegetation, Wind River Mountains, Wyoming, USA
DN Cole, CA Monz
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 34 (4), 365-376, 2002
682002
Assessment and monitoring of recreation impacts and resource conditions on mountain summits: Examples from the Northern Forest, USA
CA Monz, JL Marion, KA Goonan, RE Manning, J Wimpey, C Carr
Mountain Research and Development 30 (4), 332-343, 2010
552010
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
Impacts of camping on vegetation: response and recovery following acute and chronic disturbance
DN Cole, CA Monz
Environmental Management 32 (6), 693-705, 2003
532003
Time course of acetylene reduction in nodules of five actinorhizal genera
JD Tjepkema, CR Schwintzer, CA Monz
Plant physiology 86 (2), 581-583, 1988
531988
Enhancing the utility of visitor impact assessment in parks and protected areas: A combined social–ecological approach
A D'Antonio, C Monz, P Newman, S Lawson, D Taff
Journal of environmental management 124, 72-81, 2013
482013
Soil organic matter changes over two decades of winter wheat–fallow cropping in western Nebraska
DJ Lyon, CA Monz, RE Brown, AK Metherell, EA Paul, K Paustian, ...
Soil organic matter in temperate agroecosystems: Long-term experiments in …, 1997
401997
Is tourism damaging ecosystems in the Andes? Current knowledge and an agenda for future research
A Barros, C Monz, C Pickering
Ambio 44 (2), 82-98, 2015
372015
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