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Leave What You Find

Conserve the past, and let others share the joys of discovery.

New Zealand Research:

  • L. Thornley and A. Waa. Increasing public engagement with historic heritage: a social marketing approach, Science for Conservation 294. 57
  • Cessford, G.R. and Dingwall, P.R. 1999. `An approach to assessing the environmental impacts of tourism' CASNOTE 247. Science and Research Unit, Department of Conservation, Wellington.
  • Cessford, G.R. 1997. `Impacts of visitors in natural and historic resources of conservation significance. Part 2 - Research and information needs' Science and Research Internal Report No. 157. Science and Research Division, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand.
  • Cessford, G.R. and Dingwall P.R. 1997 (eds.). `Impacts of visitors in natural and historic resources of conservation significance. Part 1 - Workshop Proceedings' Science and Research Internal Report No. 156. Science and Research Division, Department of Conservation, Wellington, New Zealand.

International Research:

  • Ward, C. and J. Roggenbuck. 2003. Understanding park visitor's responses to interventions to reduce petrified wood theft. Journal of Interpretation Research 8:1, 67-82
  • Widner, C.J. and Roggenbuck, J. W. 2000. Reducing the Theft of Petrified Wood at Petrified Forest National Park, Journal of Interpretation Research. Vol 5.