Journal Articles (Augustana)
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- 26Hvenegaard, Glen T.
- 2Applegate, Kelly
- 2Asfeldt, Morten
- 2Fraser, Kevin C.
- 2Hallström, Lars K.
- 2Korda, Andrea
Wildlife festivals promote a variety of social, educational, economic, recreational, and community development goals. As ecotourism activities, wildlife festivals should also promote conservation goals. This article examines five potential conservation benefits of wildlife festivals which can be...
Promoting Sustainable Forest Management Among Stakeholders in the Prince Albert Model Forest, CanadaDownload
Hvenegaard, Glen T., Carr, Susan, Clark, Kim, Dunn, Pat, Olexson, Todd
Model Forests are partnerships for shared decision-making to support social, environmental, and economic sustainability in forest management. Relationships among sustainable forest management partners are often strained, but the Prince Albert Model Forest (PAMF) represents a process of effective...
Reaching common ground: The potential for interagency collaboration in UNESCO biosphere reservesDownload
Ostrem, Julie A., Hvenegaard, Glen T.
In an increasingly urbanized and degraded world, protected areas provide opportunities for people to connect with nature. Biosphere reserves strive for coexistence between the conservation of biodiversity and sustainable development practices through people and agencies living and working in...
Hallstrom, Lars K., Hvenegaard, Glen T., Stonechild, Jennifer L., Dipa, Nusrat J.
•Rural communities in Canada have diverse forms and processes of sustainability planning.•Sustainability plans in Canada are also highly variable in form and content.•Community characteristics do have an effect upon the structure and content of plans.•There are regional consistencies in emphasis...
The Density of Beaver, Castor canadensis, Activities along Camrose Creek, Alberta, within Differing Habitats and Management Intensity LevelsDownload
Loates, Bethany M., Hvenegaard, Glen T.
Beaver (Castor canadensis) occupy a variety of habitats in North America, but prefer Aspen (Populus trernuloides) and willow (Salix spp.) for food and construction materials. Beaver landforms, such as dams, can cause many problems for landowners, resulting in varied management efforts, such as...
The Efficacy of Directed Studies Courses as a Form of Undergraduate Research Experience: A Comparison of Instructor and Student Perspectives on Course DynamicsDownload
Moore, Sean E., Hvenegaard, Glen T., Wesselius, Janet C.
Directed Studies (DS) courses are widely touted for their ability to enhance research skills in undergraduate students – yet little is known about the dynamics, motivations, and perceived outcomes connected to these specific type of undergraduate research experiences. Building on earlier...
The influence of bird information, attitudes, and demographics on publicpreferences toward urban green spaces: The case of Montpellier, FranceDownload
Caula, Sabina, Hvenegaard, Glen T., Marty, P.
Urban sprawl is a major driving force of land use change. To develop strategies for sustainable urban development,planners need suitable indicators, one of which is the quality and quantity of green spaces in a city. To implementconservation strategies for urban areas, an assessment of how people...
The influence of morphological variation on migration performance in a trans-hemispheric migratory songbirdDownload
Lam, Lawrence, McKinnon, Emily A., Ray, James D., Pearman, Myrna, Hvenegaard, Glen T., Mejeur, James, Moscar, Lauren, Pearson, Mackenzie, Applegate, Kelly, Mammenga, Paul, Tautin, John, Fraser, Kevin C.
For long-distance migratory songbirds, morphological traits such as longer wings and a smaller body size are predicted to increase migration efficiency. Due to previous limitations in our ability to track the long-distance journeys of small-bodied birds, the relationship between morphology and...
Visitor perceptions of the outcomes of personal interpretation in Alberta’s Provincial ParksDownload
Cook, Katelynn J., Hvenegaard, Glen T.
Park managers use personal interpretation to achieve a variety of outcomes for park visitors and the natural environment. This project examines whether these outcomes are achieved, the factors influencing how the outcomes are achieved, and the overlap among these factors across the outcomes....
Visitors’ perceived impacts of interpretation on knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions at Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada.Download
Interpretation in protected areas can help reach conservation goals and inspire a new generation of knowledgeable and dedicated park supporters. However, few research projects have examined this connection in a comprehensive manner. This 2011 study evaluated perceived knowledge, interest,...