Meet the Faculty
Mark Morgan, Ph.D.
- Phone: 573-882-9525
- E-mail: MarkMorgan@missouri.edu
- Address: 105 Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building
- Ph.D. 1987, Texas A&M University
- Social Aspects of Natural Resource Management, Education and Outreach
- Morgan teaches classes in outdoor recreation management and conducts research on human dimensions of natural resources as it relates to policy, visitor behavior, and communications (interpretation and environmental education). A former Fulbright scholar, Morgan has taught and conducted research in several Asian countries, including China, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam.
- Outdoor Recreation Policy
- Visitor Behavior
- Methods of Interpretation
- Research Methods
- Lin, H-N., Morgan, M., & Coble, T. (2013).
Remember the Alamo: A cross-cultural analysis of visitor meanings. Journal of Travel Research, 52(1), 42-55.
- Morgan, M., Rochon, B. & Wilhelm Stanis, S. (2012).
Fire fishing in Missouri: An Ozark folk tradition. Elder Mountain: A Journal of Ozarks Studies, 4, 123-140.
- Morgan, M. & Walker, C. (2011).
A descriptive study of guided tours at Mammoth Cave National Park. Journal of Interpretation Research, 16(1), 25-34.
- Morgan, M. (2009).
Interpretation and place attachment: Implications for cognitive map theory. Journal of Interpretation Research, 14(1), 47-59.
- Morgan, M. & Messenger, B. (2009).
Using an activity and place-based typology to explain visitor motivations. Journal of Forestry, 107(1), 44-49.
- Morgan, M. & Soucy, J. (2008).
Use of recreation specialization to understand resource knowledge of trout anglers. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 7, 155-163.
- Morgan, M. & Dong, X. (2008).
Measuring passenger satisfaction of interpretive programming on two Amtrak trains in the Midwest: Testing the expectancy disconfirmation theory. Journal of Interpretation Research, 13(2), 43-58.
- Morgan, M. (2008).
Outlaw fishing in Missouri. Fisheries, 33(4), 165-171.
- Morgan, M. (2006).
The social hierarchy of fishing: Myth or reality? Human Dimensions of Wildlife, 11(5), 317-327.
- Morgan, M., Lin, H., Ju, C. & Wu, H. (2006).
An interpretation specialization continuum of environmental volunteerism in Taiwan. Journal of Interpretation Research, 11(2), 7-20.