Zachary d. Cole doctoral candidate department of tourism, recreation, and sport management



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Zachary D. Cole

Curriculum Vitae



ZACHARY D. COLE

DOCTORAL CANDIDATE

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM, RECREATION, AND SPORT MANAGEMENT

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN PERFORMANCE

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

106A FLORIDA GYM, PO BOX 118202

GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA, USA, 32611-828

ZACCOLE@HHP.UFL.EDU

352-294-1683

EDUCATION

UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, Florida, USA

Graduation: August 2012 (Ph.D.)

Major: Natural Resource Recreation August 2009-present

Specialization: Policy and Planning

Dissertation: Modeling social values of ecosystem services in Sarasota Bay

Project website: http://www.flseagrant.org/boating/projects/solves/
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY Phoenix, Arizona, USA

M.S. Major: Recreation & Tourism Studies August 2007-May 2009

Area: Public Policy and Participation

Thesis: Quileute Environmental Values: Effect On Attitudes toward Natural Resource Management


UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, Florida, USA

B.S. Major: Recreation, Parks, & Tourism August 2003-December 2005

Concentration: Therapeutic Recreation

Field Experience: Portland Parks and Recreation, Specialized Recreation

ACADEMIC WORK EXPERIENCE

University of Florida, Department of Tourism, Recreation and Sport Management

Teaching/Graduate Assistant (01/11-present)

Teach undergraduate courses, conduct research, and generate externally funded projects.



LEI 3400 Recreation Program Design

LEI 3546 Park Management

GRANT ACTIVITY/FUNDED RESEARCH

Cole, Z.D. (Co-PI) and Swett, R.S. (PI). Mapping social values of coastal use relative to ecosystem services in Sarasota Bay. Cooperative Agreement: Florida Sea Grant, USGS (RMGSC), and University of Florida. Total $25,000 USD (2011).

INVITED PRESENTATIONS

Hindsley, P. and Cole, Z.D. (2012) Panel Discussion: Economic valuation of Sarasota Bay. Sarasota Bay Watershed Symposium, Sarasota, FL, USA.



MANUSCRIPTS (In Progress)

Cole, Z.D., and Donohoe, H.M. Advantages and limitations of the e-Delphi technique: Implications for natural resource and environmental management researchers.

Cole, Z.D., and Thapa, B. Tourism and recreation impact in dam science: A case study of Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams using NEPA standards.

Loomis, D.K., Hawkins, C., and Cole, Z.D. The social value spectrum and its relationship to marine and coastal management planning.



RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS

Cole, Z.D., Holland, S., and Coffin, A. (2012) Social values and ecosystem services in coastal environments: The case of Sarasota Bay, FL. 4th International Eco Summit, Ecological Sustainability: Restoring the Planet’s Ecosystem Services, Columbus, OH, USA.

Coffin, A.W., Cole, Z.D., Swett, R.A., and Sherrouse, B.C. (2012) Coastal SolVES: Adapting a terrestrial-based GIS tool for the non-monetary, spatial evaluation of ecosystem services in a coastal environment. 4th International Eco Summit, Ecological Sustainability: Restoring the Planet’s Ecosystem Services, Columbus, OH, USA.



Cole, Z.D. (2012) Mapping the human coast: Shaping natural resource management through stakeholder collaboration. 18th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Edmonton, Alberta, CA.

Cole, Z.D. (2012) The human side of sustainability: Developing a typology of social values of ecosystem services in the coastal zone. 18th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), Edmonton, AB, CA.

Cole, Z.D., Donohoe, H., and Holland, S. (2012) Going online: Advancing e-Delphi methodologies within coastal resource management. Inaugural College of Health and Human Performance Student Poster Session, Gainesville, FL, USA.

Cole, Z.D. (2012) “Meeting students where they are”: Adapting natural resource education to emerging digital landscapes. 9th Biennial University Education in Natural Resources Conference, Fort Collins, CO, USA.

Cole, Z.D., Donohoe, H., Coffin, A., and Swett, R.S. (2012) Social value and resource use in Sarasota Bay: Using e-Delphi to uncover spatial variables. Social Coast Forum, Charleston, SC, USA.
Cole, Z.D. (2012) Ecosystem services of rivers: Exploring the potential for quantifying and mapping social values. 11th Biennial River Management Society Symposium: From Intimate Creeks to the Infinite Sea, Asheville, NC, USA.
Lovelace, S., Semmens, D., Sherrouse, B., Coffin, A., DiDonato, E., van Riper, C.J., Cole, Z.D., and Loerzel, J. (2012) Problem SoLVE-ing: Understanding Social Valuation of Ecosystem Services (SolVES) for better Coastal Management. The Coastal Society’s 23rd International Conference- Our Coasts, Our Heritage: Ecosystem Services for the Common Good, Miami, FL, USA.
Cole, Z.D., Coffin, A.W., Swett, R.S., Sherrouse, B.C., and Semmens, D.J. (2011) Mapping social values of coastal use relative to ecosystem services in Sarasota Bay. Emerging Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas: Managing for Results in our Coastal Seas, Baltimore, MD, USA.

Cole, Z.D. (2011) Place-based meaning and the economy of recreation in Elwha River restoration: Evaluating planning and management. George Wright Society Conference on Parks, Protected Areas, and Cultural Sites: Rethinking Protected Areas in a Changing World, New Orleans, LA, USA.

Cole, Z.D., and White, D.D. (2010) Native American environmental values and natural resource management practices: Quileute tribal perspectives. 16th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management: Tyranny of ‘Or’: Conservation or Development? Preservation or Utilization?, Corpus Christi, TX, USA.

Cole, Z.D. (2010) Recreational impact assessment: Valuation and representation in Elwha ecosystem restoration policy development. River Management Society & National Association of Recreation Resource Planners Symposium: Bridging Conservation and Recreation, Portland, OR, USA.

RELEVANT WORK EXPERIENCE

Graduate Assistant University of Florida Recreational Sports-Operations

August 2009-present Designation: Facility Operations Gainesville, FL


Graduate Assistant Arizona State University Phoenix Parks and Recreation

August 2007-May 2009 Designation: Program Research/Planning Phoenix, AZ


Outdoor Recreation Leader University of Florida RecSports-Lake Wauburg

July 2004-August 2005 Micanopy, FL



TECHNICAL REPORTS

Coffin, A.W., Cole, Z.C., Swett, R.S., and Sherrouse, B.C. (2012) Project Overview: Valuation of ecosystem services using SolVES in the Gulf of Mexico. USGS Fact Sheet.


INTERNET MEDIA

Cole, Z.D., and Moore, R. (2012) Interview with Zachary Cole, University of Florida: http://sarasotabaytoday.com/2012/03/interview-with-zachary-cole-university-of-florida/

(Sarasota Bay Today).


PLANNING PROJECTS

Waterways Master Plan for Alachua County (FL)

University of Florida Department of Recreational Sports – Southwest Recreation Center Expansion

Cross Florida Greenway Management Plan – Santos Mountain Bike Trail Development

Phoenix Parks and Recreation Department – Strategic Plan (FY 2007-08 and 2008-09)

METRO Light Rail – Open Space Integration Assessment

Elwha Dam Removal Project – Recreation Impact Evaluation


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP/COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

National Association of Recreation Resource Planners



**Board Member – Student Representative

American Planning Association

Society for Ecological Restoration

National Recreation and Park Association

River Management Society

George Wright Society

Florida Trail Association

Ocala Mountain Bike Association



HONORS/AWARDS/SCHOLARSHIPS

2012 – Graduate Student Scholarship – 9th Biennial University Education in Natural Resources – Fort Collins, CO

2011 – Outstanding Poster Presentation – Managing for Results in our Coastal Seas - Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas 9 Conference – Baltimore, MD

2011 – Student Conference Scholarship – 31st Annual Recreation Resource Planning Conference – Breckenridge, CO

2010 – Student Conference Scholarship – 30th Annual Recreation Resource Planning Conference – Portland, OR

2009 – Grinter Award – Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management, College of Health and Human Performance – University of Florida

2009 - Outstanding Graduate Award – School of Community Resources and Development, College of Public Programs – Arizona State University
PROFESSIONAL REFERENCES


Stephen Holland*$

Associate Professor and Associate Director

Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management

University of Florida

(352) 294-1669

sholland@hhp.ufl.edu


Holly Donohoe*

Assistant Professor

Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management

University of Florida

(352) 294-1654

hdonohoe@hhp.ufl.edu


Bob Swett*

Associate Professor and Coordinator

Boating and Waterway Management Program

Florida Sea Grant – University of Florida

(352) 392-6233

rswett@ufl.edu


Alisa Coffin

Research Geographer

USGS – RMGSC

Fort Collins Science Center

(970) 226-9480

alisa_coffin@usgs.gov


Brijesh Thapa*

Associate Professor and Director

Center for Tourism Research and Development

Tourism, Recreation, and Sport Management

University of Florida

(352) 294-1656

bthapa@hhp.ufl.edu

Sergio Capozzi

Associate/Recreation & Visual Resource Planner

Design + Planning

AECOM

(908) 514-8002



sergio.capozzi@aecom.com
Dave White#$

Associate Professor and Associate Director

Community Resources and Development

Arizona State University

(602) 496-0154

dave.white@asu.edu


Megha Budruk#

Associate Professor

Community Resources and Development

Arizona State University

(602) 496-0171

megha.budruk@asu.edu


Craig Decker!

Coordinator of Facility Operations

Recreational Sports

University of Florida

(352) 273-2453

craigd@recsports.ufl.edu


Dale Larsen

Director of Administrative Services

Professor of Practice

Arizona State University

(602) 496-0422

dale.larsen@asu.edu







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