David C. Fulton
David C. Fulton
U.S. Geological Survey, Minnesota Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit, University of Minnesota
Verified email at umn.edu
TitleCited byYear
Wildlife value orientations: A conceptual and measurement approach
DC Fulton, MJ Manfredo, J Lipscomb
Human dimensions of wildlife 1 (2), 24-47, 1996
6781996
Influence of place attachment and trust on civic action: A study at Sherburne National Wildlife Refuge
MA Payton, DC Fulton, DH Anderson
Society and Natural Resources 18 (6), 511-528, 2005
1582005
Segmenting the public: An application of value orientations to wildlife planning in Colorado
AD Bright, MJ Manfredo, DC Fulton
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 218-226, 2000
1472000
Why social values cannot be changed for the sake of conservation
MJ Manfredo, JT Bruskotter, TL Teel, D Fulton, SH Schwartz, R Arlinghaus, ...
Conservation Biology 31 (4), 772-780, 2017
1262017
The influence of gender on the relationship between wildlife value orientations, beliefs, and the acceptability of lethal deer control in Cuyahoga Valley National Park
EM Dougherty, DC Fulton, DH Anderson
Society &Natural Resources 16 (7), 603-623, 2003
1032003
Public acceptance of wildlife trapping in Colorado
MJ Manfredo, CL Pierce, D Fulton, J Pate, BR Gill
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 499-508, 1999
751999
Beliefs and attitudes toward lethal management of deer in Cuyahoga Valley National Park
DC Fulton, K Skerl, EM Shank, DW Lime
Wildlife Society Bulletin 32 (4), 1166-1176, 2004
722004
Understanding voter behavior on wildlife ballot initiatives: Colorado's trapping amendment
MJ Manfredo, DC Fulton, CL Pierce
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2 (4), 22-39, 1997
691997
Experience preferences as mediators of the wildlife related recreation participation: Place attachment relationship
DH Anderson, DC Fulton
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 13 (2), 73-88, 2008
602008
Will hunters steward wolves? A comment on Treves and Martin
JT Bruskotter, DC Fulton
Society & Natural Resources 25 (1), 97-102, 2012
532012
Managing for preferred hunting experiences: A typology of Minnesota waterfowl hunters
SA Schroeder, DC Fulton, JS Lawrence
Wildlife Society Bulletin 34 (2), 380-387, 2006
492006
He said, she said: gender and angling specialization, motivations, ethics, and behaviors
SA Schroeder, DC Fulton, L Currie, T Goeman
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 11 (5), 301-315, 2006
402006
Minnesota anglers' fisheries-related value orientations and their stewardship of fish resources
JT Bruskotter, DC Fulton
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 13 (4), 207-221, 2008
322008
Smartphones reveal angler behavior: a case study of a popular mobile fishing application in Alberta, Canada
JT Papenfuss, N Phelps, D Fulton, PA Venturelli
Fisheries 40 (7), 318-327, 2015
312015
Considerations in representing human individuals in social-ecological models
MJ Manfredo, TL Teel, MC Gavin, D Fulton
Understanding society and natural resources, 137-158, 2014
292014
Site choice among Minnesota Walleye anglers: the influence of resource conditions, regulations and catch orientation on lake preference
C Carlin, SA Schroeder, DC Fulton
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32 (2), 299-312, 2012
292012
Assessing tolerance for wildlife: clarifying relations between concepts and measures
JT Bruskotter, A Singh, DC Fulton, K Slagle
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 20 (3), 255-270, 2015
282015
A panel design to assess the effects of regulatory induced reductions in opportunity on deer hunters’ satisfaction
DC FULTON, MJ MANFREDO
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 9 (1), 35-55, 2004
272004
Identity and specialization as a waterfowl hunter
SA Schroeder, DC Fulton, JS Lawrence, SD Cordts
Leisure Sciences 35 (3), 218-234, 2013
242013
A comparison of wildlife values in Belize and Colorado
MJ Manfredo, DC Fulton
Taylor & Francis Group 2 (2), 62-63, 1997
241997
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