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Making Cave Lint Camps A Success, Gretchen M. Baker, Ben Roberts 2015 Great Basin National Park

Making Cave Lint Camps A Success, Gretchen M. Baker, Ben Roberts

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Karst And Coastal Development: A Digital Cave Survey Tool For Municipal And Tourism Planning In Quintana Roo, Mexico, James G. Coke IV, Simon Richards 2015 Western Kentucky University

Karst And Coastal Development: A Digital Cave Survey Tool For Municipal And Tourism Planning In Quintana Roo, Mexico, James G. Coke Iv, Simon Richards

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Cavemonitor: Monitoring Show Cave In Romania, Silviu Constantin, CAVEMONITOR Team 2015 Emil Racoviţă” Institute of Speleology

Cavemonitor: Monitoring Show Cave In Romania, Silviu Constantin, Cavemonitor Team

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Cave Management And Restoration Efforts At Coronado National Memorial, Hereford, Az, Jessica M. Garcia, Stephanie Kangas, Ryan Janway, Tess Wagner 2015 High Alpine and Arctic Research Program, Texas A&M University

Cave Management And Restoration Efforts At Coronado National Memorial, Hereford, Az, Jessica M. Garcia, Stephanie Kangas, Ryan Janway, Tess Wagner

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


An Education Is Not All Derived From Textbooks”: A Century Of Interactions Between Mammoth Cave And Western Kentucky University, Chris Groves, Deana Groves, Weldon Hawkins 2015 Crawford Hydrology Laboratory, Western Kentucky University

An Education Is Not All Derived From Textbooks”: A Century Of Interactions Between Mammoth Cave And Western Kentucky University, Chris Groves, Deana Groves, Weldon Hawkins

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Modeling Cave Temperature To Prioritize The Assessment Of Over-Winter Cave Use By Bats In Grand Canyon National Park, David Hejna, Benjamin W. Tobin, Janice Stroud-Settles 2015 Division of Science and Resource Management Grand Canyon National Park

Modeling Cave Temperature To Prioritize The Assessment Of Over-Winter Cave Use By Bats In Grand Canyon National Park, David Hejna, Benjamin W. Tobin, Janice Stroud-Settles

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


White Nose Syndrome Decontamination Video For Canada, Greg Horne 2015 Resource Management Officer Jasper National Park

White Nose Syndrome Decontamination Video For Canada, Greg Horne

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Missouri Cave Database, Scott House 2015 Cave Research Foundation Database Manager, Missouri Speleological Survey

Missouri Cave Database, Scott House

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


National Forest Cave And Karst Management Plans- The Need To Include "How To" Wording., Ray Keeler 2015 Central Arizona Grotto, NSS

National Forest Cave And Karst Management Plans- The Need To Include "How To" Wording., Ray Keeler

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


A Modern Gate For Ezells Cave, Texas, Jim "Crash" Kennedy 2015 Kennedy Above/Under Ground LLC

A Modern Gate For Ezells Cave, Texas, Jim "Crash" Kennedy

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


The National Forest Service Cave And Karst Program In 2015, Johanna L. Kovarik 2015 Cave and Karst Program Coordinator Minerals and Geology Management

The National Forest Service Cave And Karst Program In 2015, Johanna L. Kovarik

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


A Multidisciplinary Project For Sustainable Management Planning In Karst, Chiapas, Mexico, Johanna L. Kovarik 2015 Cave and Karst Program Coordinator Minerals and Geology Management

A Multidisciplinary Project For Sustainable Management Planning In Karst, Chiapas, Mexico, Johanna L. Kovarik

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Caves And Public Use In The Southern Espinhaço Mountain Range, Brazil, Vitor Moura, Luciana Alt 2015 Brazilian Karst Institute

Caves And Public Use In The Southern Espinhaço Mountain Range, Brazil, Vitor Moura, Luciana Alt

National Cave and Karst Management Symposia

No abstract provided.


Unilever Platinum Stories: Building A Brand For The Community, Pannapachr ITTHIOPASSAGUL 2015 Singapore Management University

Unilever Platinum Stories: Building A Brand For The Community, Pannapachr Itthiopassagul

Asian Management Insights

A new branded store concept by the community, for the community.


Dynamic Pricing In Major League Baseball Tickets: Issues And Challenges, John T. Drea, Andrew Nahlik 2015 Illinois College

Dynamic Pricing In Major League Baseball Tickets: Issues And Challenges, John T. Drea, Andrew Nahlik

Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings

A rapidly growing trend in the business of professional sports is the use of dynamic pricing as a tool for maximizing revenue generation. Dynamic pricing (DP) is defined as a system in which prices respond to supply and demand pressures in a real time (or nearly real time) manner (Sahay 2007). American Airlines is credited with the first widespread use of DP as a pricing tool to handle the mismatches in supply and demand for certain flights (McAfee & te Velde 2006). DP has spread to numerous other industries, including entertainment, hotels, manufacturing to order, and lately, to Major League Baseball.


Municipal Tourism Promotion: Mid-Size Cities In The United States, Peggy O. Shields 2015 University of Southern Indiana

Municipal Tourism Promotion: Mid-Size Cities In The United States, Peggy O. Shields

Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings

The competitive environment in the tourism industry requires municipalities interested in attracting tourists’ dollars to strategically manage city resources. Often public and private sector bodies cooperate and combine their efforts and resources to promote visitation to a city emphasizing the desire to maximize the limited resources of each available for tourism promotion. To succeed cities are challenged with finding an identity, or ‘personality’ that has a unique combination of functional and symbolic attributes to differentiate themselves from countless other destination options (Hankinson 2001). A city’s distinctiveness can be built on many different characteristics, such as cultural events and institutions ...


Exploring Motivations And Usage Patterns Of Social Media Users, Anita Whiting 2015 Clayton State University

Exploring Motivations And Usage Patterns Of Social Media Users, Anita Whiting

Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings

Social media is an important aspect of marketing today. According to Hanna et al (2011), social media is not an optional part of marketing strategy but a mandatory component for most companies today. Social media usage is rapidly growing. Facebook, the largest global social network, has over 1.19 billion users with an annual growth rate of eighteen percent (Aichner & Jacob 2015).


Chinese Consumers' Involvement In Wine Consumption And Their Willingness To Visit Wineries In California, Mahmood Hussain, Roblyn Simeon, Lutfus Sayeed 2015 San Francisco State University

Chinese Consumers' Involvement In Wine Consumption And Their Willingness To Visit Wineries In California, Mahmood Hussain, Roblyn Simeon, Lutfus Sayeed

Atlantic Marketing Association Proceedings

This research fills a gap in wine tourism literature, taking into account the effects of consumers’ involvement in the pre-purchase stages on their willingness to visit wineries in California or in a foreign country. The theoretical framework presented in this paper provides support for a strong linkage between product involvement, consumption, and eventual propensity to visit a wine destination. As of this writing this paper constitutes the first of its kind econometric study of these effects.


Bringing Football Back To Los Angeles, Gabriel Leiner 2015 University of Southern California

Bringing Football Back To Los Angeles, Gabriel Leiner

Gabriel Leiner

Identifying a suitable parcel for a large scale professional football stadium in the greater Los Angeles, CA area, which does not conflict with current uses, environmental protection codes, or airspace rights, and also has adequate transportation access and nearby populated neighborhoods.


Marital Leisure Satisfaction: Investigating Comparative Skill Levels Within Marital Leisure Activities, Benjamin Dayley 2015 Brigham Young University - Provo

Marital Leisure Satisfaction: Investigating Comparative Skill Levels Within Marital Leisure Activities, Benjamin Dayley

All Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to investigate if and how comparative skill levels within marital leisure activities relate to marital satisfaction, and if gender or activity type affects that relationship, and if Flow theory could help explain a potential correlation of these leisure activity contexts. Specifically, this study examined three different comparative skill differences and similarities of couples engaging in leisure activities in three different types of leisure activities as factors in marital leisure satisfaction and ultimately Satisfaction With Married Life (SWML). Their gender and the skill-gender interactions were also included in the analysis. This study followed up on ...


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