Dave Marcouiller

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Publications (miscellaneous)


 

Journal Articles (selected):

 

Dissart, J.C. and D.W. Marcouiller.  2012.  Rural tourism production and the experience-scape.  Tourism Analysis 17, 691-704. View article here.

Chi, G. and D.W. Marcouiller.  2012.  Natural amenities and their effects on migration along the urban-rural continuum.  Annals of Regional Science.  Online DOI10.1007/s00168-012-0524-2

Chi, G. and D.W. Marcouiller.  2012.  Recreational homes and migration to remote amenity-rich areas.  Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy.  42(1): 47-60. View online here.

Chi, G. and D.W. Marcouiller.  2011.  Isolating the effect of natural amenities on population change at the local level.  Regional Studies 45(4): 491-505.

Marcouiller, D.W., J. Prey, and I. Scott.  2009.  The regional supply of outdoor recreation resources: Demonstrating the use of location quotients as a management tool.  Journal of Parks and Recreation Administration. 27(4): 92-107. View article.

Chi, G. and D.W. Marcouiller.  2009.  Rethinking the effects of natural amenities on population growth: Part II.  Canadian Journal of Regional Science 32(3): 349-360.

Chi, G. and D.W. Marcouiller.  2009.  Rethinking the effects of natural amenities on population growth: Part I.  Canadian Journal of Regional Science 32(3): 331-348.

Marcouiller, D.W., I. Scott and J. Prey.  2008.  Outdoor recreation planning: A comprehensive approach to understanding use interaction.  CAB Reviews: Perspectives in Agriculture, Veterinary Science, Nutrition and Natural Resources 3 (90): 1-12. View article.

Marcouiller, D.W. and X. Xia.  2008.  Distribution of income from tourism sensitive employment.  Tourism Economics 14, 3: 545-565. View article.

Marcouiller, D.W.  2007.  Rural tourism promotion as public policy: Panacea or Pandora’s Box?  Journal of Regional Analysis and Policy 37, 1: 28-31. View article.

Bowe, S.A. and D.W. Marcouiller. 2007. Alternative tourism-timber dependencies and the development of forested rural regions. Forest Policy and Economics 9: 653-670. View article.

Kim, K.K., D.W. Marcouiller, and S.C. Deller. 2005. Natural amenities and rural development: Understanding spatial and distributional attributes. Growth and Change 36(2): 273-297. View article.

Marcouiller, D.W., K.K. Kim, and S.C. Deller. 2004. Natural amenities, tourism, and income distribution. Annals of Tourism Research 31: 1032-1051. View article.

Bowe, S.A., D.W. Marcouiller, and M.D. LaBissoniere. 2004. Regional dependence and location of the wood products sector in the Northeastern United States: Unique attributes of an export-based industry. Wood and Fiber Science 36(2): 161-173. View article.

Marcouiller, D.W. 1998. Environmental resources as latent primary factors of production in tourism: The case of forest-based commercial recreation. Tourism Economics 4, 2: 131-145. View article.

Marcouiller, D.W. 1997. Toward integrative tourism planning in rural America. Journal of Planning Literature 11, 3: 337-357. View article.

 

Recent technical reports & working papers (selected):

 

Gateway Communities Series:

Prey, J., D.W. Marcouiller, and D. Kim. 2013. Economic impacts of the Wisconsin State Park System: Connections to Gateway Communities. Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Report PR-487-2013. Madison, WI: WDNR Bureau of Parks and Recreation. View full report here. For a summary and the separate High Cliff State Park analysis presented March 31, 2014, click here.

Marcouiller, D.W., W. Gartner, and A. Chraca.  2013.  Recreational homes and planning in gateway communities: A literature review.  Working Paper 13-2, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison. View report here.

Carper, Cara, Jerry Guth, Ela Kakde, Dave Marcouiller, Paul Ohlrogge, and Leon Wolfe. 2012. Motorized outdoor recreation and tourism development within trailside communities: A case study of Cheese Country Trail users and economic impacts in Southwestern Wisconsin. Extension Report 12-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison. View report here. And here are three factsheets about the project; one on user characteristics, one on economic impacts, and one on future directions.

Kazmierski, B, M. Kornmann, D. Marcouiller, and J. Prey. 2009. Trails and their gateway communities: A case study of recreational use compatibility and economic impacts. Cooperative Extension Monograph 3880, Board of Regents of the, University of Wisconsin System: Madison, Wisconsin. View report here.

Marcouiller, D.W., E.F. Olson, and J. Prey. 2002. State parks and their gateway communities: Development and recreation planning issues in Wisconsin. Cooperative Extension Monograph G3773, Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System, Madison, WI. 62 pages. View report here.

Technical Reports (selected):

Berard, D.S., S. Chapin, A. Hoogasian, T. Kane, D. Marcouiller and T. Wojciechowski. 2014.  The Economic Impacts of Active Silent Sports Enthusiasts: A Case Study from Northern Wisconsin.  Extension Report 14-1. Madison, WI: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin System - Madison. View report here..

Hokans, R., J. Maloney, D. Marcouiller, J. Mich, and T. Wojciechowski. 2013. Community economic impacts of intepretive centers: A case study of the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center. Extension Report 13-03. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison. View report here

Hoogasian, Alan, Tedi Winnett, and David W. Marcouiller. 2013. A country music festival and its local community impacts: The case study of Country Thunder 2012 and Kenosha County, Wisconsin. Extension Report 13-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison/Extension. View report here.

Deller, SC, D.W. Marcouiller, and R. Winkler. 2012. Recreational housing and community economic development: A triple bottom line approach. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the North American Regional Science Association, Ottawa, Canada, November 7-10, 2012. View draft here.

Marcouiller, D.W. and K.I. Westeren. 2011.  Extending experiencescapes as a production concept within the supply of tourism. Extension Report 11-02, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison/Extension.

Donaldson, J., B. Kazmierski, and D.W. Marcouiller.  2011.  Local economic impacts of golfing: A case study of the Luck Golf Course in Polk County, Wisconsin.  Extension Report 11-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison/Extension.

Marcouiller, D.W., P. Schmalz, and W. Sierchula. 2007. Tournament Angling in Wisconsin: Estimating Economic Impacts for Host Communities. Extension Report 07-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison/Extension.

Hass, Ed, Neil Dixon, Bill Ryan, and Dave Marcouiller. 2006. A Proposed Bicycle and Horse Trail From Spring Valley to Elmwood, WI: The Extent and Impact of Visitor Expenditures. Extension Report 06-01, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin – Madison/Extension

Marcouiller, D.W. Ian Scott, and J. Prey. 2005. Addressing recreation conflict: Providing a conceptual basis for management. Working Paper 05-2 Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison. A fairly comprehensive literature review and annotated bibliography entitled "Compatibility and conflict as a basis for outdoor recreation planning" can be found here and another entitled "Compatibility as a conceptual basis for outdoor recreation planning" is here

Marcouiller, D.W. and J. Prey. 2005. Providing opportunities for outdoor recreation: Standardizing county-level supply elements as a component of the 2005-2010 Wisconsin SCORP. Working Paper 05-1. Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison. The final SCORP report can be found here.

Marcouiller, D., E. Goodman, S. Fox, and D. Scheler. 2004. Travel and Tourism Employment in Wisconsin: Moving Beyond Aggregate Estimates and Conventional Wisdom. Staff Paper 04-2. Madison, WI: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison. View Final Project Report here.

Marcouiller, D., S. Bowe, and J.C. Dissart. 2004. Forests and Rural Economic Development in the Northeastern United States. Staff Paper 04-1. Madison, WI: Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Wisconsin - Madison. View Final Project Report here.

 

Extension Resources: Economic Values and Local Impacts of Natural Resources

 

Factsheets for the General Public:

Economic Value of Water Series: One, Two, and Three.

Recreational Homes in the Lake States Series: One, Two, and Three.

Trails-based Motorized Recreation Series: One, Two, and Three.

 

Applied Research Case Studies:

Forests and Regional Impacts of Use Value.

A mid-1990s report on Recreational Homes.

Two reports on Indirect Use Values of the Wisconsin State Park System from 2001 here, and an 2013 update here,

Two reports on trails ... one typical of most state trails, and one specific to a heavily used motorized use trail,

Others are listed above under "Recent Technical Reports"

 

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