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Department of Conservation Social Sciences
css@uidaho.edu

College of Natural Resources

phone: (208) 885-7911
fax: (208) 885-6226

875 Perimeter Drive MS 1139
Moscow, ID 83844-1139
Ed Krumpe

Edwin E. Krumpe


Office: CNR Room 19J
Phone: (208) 885-7428
Email: ekrumpe@uidaho.edu
Mailing Address: Department of Conservation Social Sciences, University of Idaho
P.O. Box 441139
Moscow, Idaho 83844-1139

College of Natural Resources
Conservation Social Sciences
Professor

With UI Since 1979


  • Research/Focus Areas
    • Recreation and tourism management
    • wilderness and wild and scenic river planning
    • public involvement and conflict resolution
    • natural and historical interpretation
    • monitoring indicators of recreation impacts
  • Biography

    Dr. Ed Krumpe is a professor of resource recreation and tourism in the University of Idaho College of Conservation Social Sciences. In addition to his academic responsibilities, Professor Krumpe is the principle scientist of wilderness management of the University of Idaho Wilderness Research Center, for which he served as director for six years. He has more than thirty years of experience in conducting research and teaching about recreation and tourism management, wilderness and wild and scenic river planning, natural resource communication, and public involvement and conflict resolution.

  • Selected Publications
    • E.E. Krumpe & Lynn McCoy. 1995. Techniques for Resolving Conflict in Natural Resource Management. In Conservation of Biodiversity and the New Regional Planning. R.E. Saunier & R. A. Meganck (eds). Organization of American States and the IUCN--The World Conservation Union. pp. 67-74.
    • L. Merigliano & E.E. Krumpe. 1995. The Federal Advisory Committee Act: Implications for Wilderness Management. International Journal of Wilderness. 2(2):
    • K. Lynn McCoy, E.E. Krumpe & S. Allen. 1995. Limits of Acceptable Change Planning--Evaluating Implementation by the U.S. Forest Service. International Journal of Wilderness. 1(2): 18-22.
    • McCoy, L.L., E.E. Krumpe and P. Cowles. 1994. The Principles and Processes of Public Involvement: A State-of-the-Art Synthesis for Agencies Venturing Into Ecosystem Management. Department of Resource Recreation & Tourism, College of Forestry, Wildlife & Range Sciences, University of Idaho and the East Side Ecosystem Management Team, USDA Forest Service.
    • Cowles, P., L.L. McCoy, and E.E. Krumpe. 1994. A Telephone Survey of Social Scientists in the Pacific Northwest Performing Research related to Ecosystem Management. Department of Resource Recreation & Tourism, College of Forestry, Wildlife & Range Sciences, University of Idaho and the East Side Ecosystem Management Team, USDA Forest Service.
  • Research Projects
    • A test of belief-targeted messages to reduce camping impacts, Sawtooth Nat'l Recreation Area, ID
    • Development of the BLM Campbell Tract LAC Monitoring Plan, Anchorage, AK
    • Facilitating the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness Area Citizen Planning Taskforce, ID
    • Applying the Limits of Acceptable Change Planning Process in Hells Canyon Nat'l Recreation Area
    • Management Plan for Interpretive & Visitor Services at Kirkwood Historic Ranch in Hells Canyon
    • Evaluating Indicators of Wilderness Resource Conditions
    • Recreation Use & User Conflicts on the Clearwater River, Idaho

     

  • Outreach Projects
    • National Conference on Environmental Education and Sustainabiltiy, Washington, DC (1995) 
    • 6th National Wilderness Conference, Leader of Nat'l Action Plan Process, Santa Fe, NM (1995)
    • 5th World Wilderness Congress, Section Leader, Troms, Norway (1993)
    • 4th IUCN World Congress on National Parks & Protected Areas, Caracas, Venezuela (1992)
    • Third World Wilderness Congress -- Section Chair, Fort Collins, CO (1985)
    • Society of American Foresters National Wilderness Management Task Force -- Leader (1985)
    • First National Wilderness Management Workshop -- Director, Moscow, ID (1983)

     

"Never does Nature say one thing and Wisdom another."