We research how people perceive, use, benefit from, and value natural environments across the landscape. We are leaders in working across disciplines to develop comprehensive information to use in addressing complex environmental questions. Our findings help natural resource managers and policymakers make informed decisions in planning, designing, and managing places with people in mind.
Our general research focus areas are below. Click on the links to find about more about our research in each category.
- Changing Population Demographics, Changing Land Uses
- Perceptions and Experiences of Nature
- People’s Outdoor Activities
- Environmental Values
- Natural Resource Disturbances
- Urban Ecology
Last Modified: 08/17/2011