Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species: Boater Concerns, Habits, and Future Behaviors

@article{Pradhananga2015PreventingTS,
  title={Preventing the Spread of Aquatic Invasive Species: Boater Concerns, Habits, and Future Behaviors},
  author={Amit K. Pradhananga and M. Davenport and E. Seekamp and D. Bundy},
  journal={Human Dimensions of Wildlife},
  year={2015},
  volume={20},
  pages={381 - 393}
}
This article examined the role of value orientations and attitudes toward aquatic invasive species (AIS) on responsible boating behavior to reduce the likelihood of spreading AIS. Mitigation strategies developed to prevent the spread of AIS are most successful when the determinants of boating behaviors are well understood. Data were collected using a self-administered mail survey of a regionally stratified random sample of registered boaters in Illinois. Results provided support for the… Expand
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