OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Tynon, Joanne

Position Type: 
Faculty
Job Title: 
Professor Emeritus
Department: 
Forest Ecosystems & Society
Education: 
Ph.D., 1994, Resource Recreation and Tourism, University of Idaho, Moscow
Graduate Studies, 1985-1987, Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences, Texas A&M University, College Station
B.S., 1984, Wildland Recreation Management, University of Idaho, Moscow
A.A., 1979, Chemistry, Burlington County College, Pemberton, NJ
Research Areas: 
  • Social Science, Policy, and Natural Resources
  • Sustainable Recreation and Tourism
Research Interests: 
  • Outdoor Recreation
  • Tourism
Qualitative and quantitative inquiry into natural resource-based recreation and tourism issues; sociology of leisure and outdoor recreation; recreation planning and management; and crime and law enforcement on public recreation lands
Bio: 
Retiring soon, not accepting any additional graduate students.
Courses Taught: 
WSE/FES 406
Introduction to Managing Forest Resources and Ecosystem Services in Australia and New Zealand
Spring 2014
WSE/FES 488
Managing Forest Resources and Ecosystem Services in Australia and New Zealand
Summer 2014
Selected Publications: 
  1. Baur, J. W. R., Tynon, J. F., Ries, P., & Rosenberger, R., (2016). Public attitudes about urban forest ecosystem services management: A case study in Oregon cities. Urban Forestry & Urban Greening. DOI: 10.1016/j.ufug.2016.03.012
  2. Baur, J. W. R., Tynon, J. F., Rosenberger, R., and Ries, P. (2014). Urban parks and attitudes about ecosystem services: Does park use matter? Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 32(4),19-34.
  3. Baur, J. W. R., Tynon, J. F., Ries, P., and Rosenberger, R. (2014). Linking people and landscapes: Using public perceptions of urban forestry services to create new management strategies. Report for the Oregon Department of Forestry. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University.
  4. Baur, J. W. R., Tynon, J. F., and Gómez, E. (2013). Urban nature parks and neighborhood social health in Portland, Oregon. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 31(4), 23-44.
  5. Baur, J. W. R., Tynon, J. F., and Gómez, E. (2013). Attitudes about urban nature parks: A case study of users and nonusers in Portland, Oregon. Landscape and Urban Planning 117, 100-111. DOI information: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2013.04.015.
  6. Pêgas, F., Ollenburg, C. and J. F. Tynon. (2013). Cattle ranchers and agritourism in Oregon, USA: Motivations, challenges and opportunities from the landowner’s perspective. Tourism Recreation Research 38(1), 43–54.
  7. Tynon, J. F. and Gómez, E. (2012). Interpersonal and social values conflict among coastal recreation activity groups in Hawaii. Journal of Leisure Research 44(4): 531-543.
  8. Sundstrom, S., Tynon, J. F., and Western, D. (2012). Rangeland privatization and the Maasai experience: Social capital and the implications for traditional resource management in southern Kenya. Society & Natural Resources 25(5), 1-16. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2011.580420.
  9. Redmore, L. E., Tynon, J. F. and Strong, N. (2011). Women owning woodlands: A case study from the U.S. In L. Aguilar, A. Quesada-Aguilar, & D. M. P. Shaw (Eds.), Forests and Gender (pp. 74-77). Gland, Switzerland: IUCN and New York, NY: Women’s Environment and Development Organization.
  10. Redmore, L. E. and Tynon, J. F. (2011) Women Owning Woodlands: Understanding women’s roles in forest ownership and management. Journal of Forestry 109(5), 255-259.
  11. Redmore, L. E., Tynon, J. F. and Strong, N. (2011). Women owning woodlands: A case study from the U.S. The IUCN Forest Conservation Programme: Arborvitae - Attending to Gender 43, 6.
  12. Redmore, L. E. and Tynon, J. F. (2010). WOWnet: A communication and networking model for women. Journal of Extension, 48(5),1-8.
  13. Tynon, J. F., Chavez, D. J., and Baur, J. W. R. (2010). Crime in the woods: The role of law enforcement officers in national forests. Managing Leisure 15:251-263.
  14. Baur, J. W. R. and Tynon, J. F. (2010). Small scale urban nature parks: Why should we care? Leisure Sciences 32:1-6.
  15. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2009). A Synthesis of Five Nationwide Studies: Perceptions of Law Enforcement and Investigations in the USDA Forest Service. Res. Pap. PSW-RP-260. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 19 p.
  16. Tynon, J. F. and Wing, M. G. (2009). Geospatial Techniques for Crime Analysis in National Forests. Poster. George Wright Society Biennial Conference. March 2-6, 2009, Portland, OR.
  17. Needham, M. D., Tynon, J. F., Ceurvorst, R. L., Collins, R. L., Connor, W. M., and Culnane, M. J. W. (2008). Recreation carrying capacity and management at Waikiki-Diamond Head Shoreline Fisheries Management Area on Oahu, Hawaii. Final project report for Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative – Research Program. Corvallis: Oregon State University, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society. 95 pp.
  18. Needham, M. D., Tynon, J. F., Ceurvorst, R. L., Collins, R. L., Connor, W. M., and Culnane, M. J. W. (2008). Recreation carrying capacity and management at Kailua Beach Park on Oahu, Hawaii. Final project report for Hawaii Coral Reef Initiative – Research Program. Corvallis: Oregon State University, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society. 74 pp.
  19. Needham, M. D., Tynon, J. F., Ceurvorst, R. L., Collins, R. L., Connor, W. M., and Culnane, M. J. W. (2008). Recreation carrying capacity and management at Pupukea Marine Life Conservation District on Oahu, Hawaii. Final project report for Hawaii Division of Aquatic Resources, Department of Land and Natural Resources. Corvallis: Oregon State University, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society. 104 pp.
  20. Wing, M. G. and Tynon, J. F. (2008). Revisiting the spatial analysis of crime in national forests. Journal of Forestry, 106 (2), 91-99.
  21. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2008). Forest Service National Forest System Perceptions of Law Enforcement and Investigations: nationwide study. Res. Pap. PSW-RP-256. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
  22. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2007). Forest Service Special Agents, Assistant Special Agents in Charge, Senior Special Agents, and Supervisory Special Agents: nationwide study. Res. Pap. PSW-RP-255. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
  23. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2007). Forest Service patrol captains and patrol commanders report: nationwide study. Res. Pap. PSW-RP-254. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station.
  24. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2007). Forest Service special agent in charge report: nationwide study. Res. Pap. PSW-RP-253. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 42 p.
  25. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2007). Forest Service law enforcement officer report: nationwide study. Res. Pap. PSW-RP-252. Albany, CA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Research Station. 284 p.
  26. Wing, M. G. and Tynon, J. F. (2006). Crime mapping and spatial analysis in national forests. Journal of Forestry, 104(3), 293-298.
  27. Tynon, J. F. and Chavez, D. J. (2006). Crime in national forests: A call for research. Journal of Forestry, 104(3), 154-157.
  28. Tynon, J. F. and D. J. Chavez. (2006). Adapting a tourism criminal typology: Classifying outdoor recreation crime. Journal of Travel Research 44 (298-307).
  29. Pegas, F. and Tynon, J. F. (2006). Agritourism in Oregon: Coping with economic, social and operational constraints in today’s urban and rural interfaces. 2006 National Extension Tourism Conference, September 10-13, 2006, Burlington, VT.
  30. Tynon, J. F. and Wing, M. G. (2006). Applying GIS to visualize crime hot spots in U.S. national forests. 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), June 3-8, 2006, Vancouver, BC.
  31. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2006). Law Enforcement & Accountability in the USDA Forest Service. 12th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management (ISSRM), June 3-8, 2006, Vancouver, BC.
  32. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2006). Law Enforcement Officers in the USDA Forest Service. 5th Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, May 31- June 3, 2006, Honolulu, HI.
  33. Wing, M. G. and Tynon, J. F. (2005). Using GIS to map and analyze crime in the national forests: A research agenda. Paper presented at the 8th Annual Crime Mapping Research Conference, National Institute of Justice, September 7-10, Savannah, GA.
  34. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2005). Peer Reviewed. Successful response to crime on national forests in the U.S. Proceedings of the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, June 12-16, Honolulu, HI.
  35. Pegas, F. and Tynon, J. F. (2004). Peer Reviewed. An analysis of the motivations of Oregon’s ranchers to diversify into agritourism. Paper presented at the 4th Social Aspects and Recreation Research Symposium, February 4-6, San Francisco, CA.
  36. Chavez, D. J., Tynon, J. F. and Knap, N. (2004). Reducing crime and violence on public lands: Case studies in the USDA Forest Service. Journal of Park and Recreation Administration 22 (3):22-38.
  37. Tynon, J. F. and Chavez, D. J. (2003). Crime and violence on public recreation lands: A research agenda. Proceedings of the 2003 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, June 12-15, Honolulu, HI.
  38. Tynon, J. F. and Chavez, D. J. (2002). Crimes and violence on public lands post-9/11. Keynote address for the opening session of the Leisure Research Symposium, National Recreation & Park Association, October 16-19, Tampa, Florida.
  39. Tynon, J. F. and Chavez, D. J. (2002). Response to crimes on public recreation lands: U.S. national forest case studies.Proceedings of the 2002 Hawaii International Conference on Social Sciences, June 11-15, Honolulu, HI.
  40. Tynon, J. F., Chavez, D. J., and Kakoyannis, C. (2001).If you go down to the woods today, you're sure of a big surprise: It’s no teddy bear’s picnic. Women in Natural Resources 22 (1): 6-17.
  41. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2000). Triage law enforcement: Societal impacts on national forests in the west. Environmental Management 26 (4): 403-407.
  42. Tynon, J. F. and Chavez, D. J. (2000). Domestic terrorism: City problems in forest settings. Proceedings of the 1999 Society of American Foresters National Convention, Portland, Oregon, September 11-15, (pp. 403-408). Bethesda, MD: Society of American Foresters.
  43. Chavez, D. J. and Tynon, J. F. (2000). Contested terrain: Natural resources law enforcement. In Burdge, R., Miles, J., Alper, D., & Kruger, L. (Eds.). Book of Abstracts: Eighth International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Bellingham, Washington, June 17-22, 2000. Portland,OR: USDA Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Gen. Tech. Rpt.PNW-GTR-497.
  44. Tynon, J. F. and Chavez, D. J. (2000). Urban crimes in natural environments: Are we prepared? In Schneider, I.E., Chavez, D., Borrie, W., & James, K. (Eds.). The 3rd Symposium on Social Aspects and Recreation Research, Tempe, AZ, February 16-19. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University.
  45. Chavez, D. J., Harding, J. A., and Tynon, J.F. (1999). National Recreation Trails: A forgotten designation. Journal of Forestry 97 (10): 40-43.
  46. Hammersley, C. H. and Tynon, J. F. (1998). Job competency analyses of entry-level resort and commercial recreation professionals. Journal of Applied Recreation Research 23 (3): 225-241.
  47. Tynon, J. F. (1997). Quality hunting experiences: A qualitative inquiry. Human Dimensions of Wildlife 2 (1): 32-46.
  48. Tynon, J. F. (1997). The Katahdin Region summer leisure travel market. In Our forest’s place in the World: New England and Atlantic Canada’s forests. Proceedings of a joint meeting of the New England Society of American Foresters, Maine chapter of the Wildlife Society and Northeastern Forest Pest Council. Orono, ME: Maine Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Misc. Pub. 738; SAF Pub. 98-01.
  49. Harris, C. C., Tynon, J. F., and McLaughlin, W. J. (1990). A comprehensive method for studying leisure travel. Journal of Travel Research 29 (2):39-44.