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Mapping Sociocultural Values of Visitors on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
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Alexa Todd 

Mapping Human-Environment Connections on the Olympic Peninsula: An Atlas of Landscape Values (Download 30MB)
R. McLain, L. Cerveny, D. Besser, D. Banis, K. Biedenweg, A. Todd, C. Kimball-Brown, and S. Rohdy

Quantifying the qualitative: GIS analysis of sociocultural values from participatory mapping
GIS in Action Conference, Portland, OR, May 2013
Alexa Todd and David Banis

Cultural Values Mapping Using Participatory GIS: Methods, Maps, and Meanings (Session I, II, and II)
Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, April 2013
Session Organizers: Rebecca McLain and David Banis 

Mapping Sociocultural Values of Visitors to the Olympic Peninsula, WA
Alexa Todd

"Our Olympics Are Wild Enough”: The Politics of Values Mapping on the Olympic Peninsula, WA
Rebecca McLain

Claiming experiential territory: Participatory mapping and concepts of place
David Banis

Mapping sociocultural values and human uses on the Olympic Peninsula: The Human Ecology Mapping Project
Presentation to the Mountaineers, Seattle, WA Nov 14, 2012
Rebecca McLain, David Banis, and Lee Cerveny

Mapping Sociocultural Values for Ecosystem Management: Theory, Methods, and Challenges From Field Work on the Olympic Peninsula
Association of Pacific Coast Geographers Annual Meeting, October 2012
Session Organizers: Rebecca McLain and David Banis

The Human Ecology Mapping Project
Lee Cerveny

Mapping Human Values: A Review of Workshop Design and Data Processing Considerations
Diane Besser

Methods and Challenges of Mapping Visitor Perspectives on the Olympic Peninsula, Washington
Alexa Todd and David Banis

Exploring GIS Analytical Methods for Cultural Values Data
Corinna Kimball-Brown, Alexa Todd and David Banis

Mapping landscape values and human-resource interactions on a regional scale: The human ecology mapping project, Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Portland, OR August 2012
Lee Cerveny, Rebecca McLain, Diane Besser, and Kelly Biedenweg

Human ecology mapping on the Olympic Peninsula: Integrating sociocultural values data into environmental planning
Ecosystem Partnership Conference, Portland, OR, August 2012
Rebecca McLain, Diane Besser, Lee Cerveny, Kelly Biedenweg, David Banis, Alexa Todd, and Stephanie Rohdy