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Status of hunter recruitment and retention in the United States.
Assessing the relative importance of recall bias and nonresponse bias and adjusting for those biases in statewide angler surveys
Abstract Accurate information about angler effort and expenditures, obtained at a reasonable cost, is very important to fisheries managers and planners. Several sources of systematic bias in… Expand
FURTHER INSIGHTS INTO THE MULTIPLE-SATISFACTIONS APPROACH FOR HUNTER MANAGEMENT
Abstmct: A multiple-satisfactions approach was used to determine hunting satisfaction for deer hunters using the Arnot Forest, a controlled hunting area in central New York. A sample of these hunters… Expand
Use of Angler Diaries to Examine Biases Associated with 12-Month Recall on Mail Questionnaires
Abstract A comparison of diary and mail methodologies for a cohort of anglers who fished Lake Ontario was used to examine biases associated with 12-month recall from mail questionnaires. Significant… Expand
Response to mail surveys on resource‐based recreation topics: A behavioral model and an empirical analysis
Abstract The ability to predict response rates to mail surveys is important in estimating sample size and in assessing the probable need for a nonrespondent follow‐up study to improve the accuracy of… Expand
Effect of social desirability bias and memory recall on reported contributions to a wildlife income tax checkoff program
Abstract In this study of contributors and noncontributors to New York's “Return a Gift To Wildlife'’ tax checkoff program, mail survey responses reporting contributions to the program could be… Expand
An Angler Typology Based on Angler Fishing Preferences
Abstract The purpose of our study was to identify distinct types of anglers with different preferences for fishing opportunities, focusing on anglers in New York State. The sample of anglers who… Expand
DEER DAMAGE CONTROL PREFERENCES AND USE DECISIONS OF NEW YORK ORCHARDISTS
Previous studies in New York, the nation's second leading state in apple production, have contributed much to deer management decisions that give consideration to orchardists' concerns about crop… Expand