Pam Foti

Pam Foti Professor
Northern Arizona University
Geography, Planning and Recreation
Blg SBS West 70 Rm #260
Phone: 928-523-6196

Research and academic interests

 

Parks and Recreation Management

Federal Administration of Park and Recreation Resources

 “Creating Sustainable Wildland Recreation Environments”

Wildland Backcountry & Dispersed Recreation Impact Monitoring/Inventorying

Leave No Trace Outdoor Ethics

Outdoor Education and Interpretation

Women and the Outdoors

Courses Taught

Wildland Recreation Ecology (graduate)

Wildland Recreation (undergraduate; on-campus and on-line)

Internship in Parks and Recreation Management (on-line)

Education

Ph.D. Wildland Recreation Resources

 

Doctor of Philosophy University of Wisconsin-Madison

Land Resource Management December, 1987

Institute for Environmental Studies

Master of Arts University of Wisconsin-Madison

Public Administration December, 1985

Natural Resources Administration

Master of Science University of Nevada, Reno

Renewable Natural Resources May, 1977

Wildland Recreation Management

Bachelor of Science The Ohio State University

Natural Resources March, 1975

Park and Recreation Administration

Recent Publications

Foti, Pamela E. (Fall, 2012). Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument: Backcountry and

Dispersed Recreation Impacts. Prepared for the GSENM, BLM, UT.

Foti, Pamela E. (Fall, 2012). A Report of Backcountry and Dispersed Recreation Impacts. AZ

Strip BLM, St. George, UT.

Foti, Pamela E. (June, 2012). A Report of the Recreational Impacts on Red Cliffs Desert Tortoise

Reserve. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, Governing Board. St. George, UT.

Foti, Pamela E. (June, 2011). A Report of the Recreational Impacts on Red Cliffs Desert Tortoise

Reserve. Red Cliffs Desert Reserve, Governing Board. St. George, UT.

Foti, Pamela E. (June, 2011). A Report of the Recreational Impacts on Dry Creek Recreation Area

and the San Miguel River (Montrose BLM).

Recent Grant History

“BLM National Training Center” Phoenix, AZ Fall, 2011-Spring, 2012 Professional Training

Course Development & Delivery; Outdoor Recreation Planner Curriculum. $20,000.

“Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument: Recreation Impact Assessment 2012.”

“Grand Staircase/Escalante National Monument: Recreation Impact Assessment 2011.”

(Backcountry and Dipsersed). BLM $13,000. [Funded].

“A Comprehensive Impact Assessment Program: Dispersed and Backcountry Monitoring AY

2011-12", AZ Strip BLM $24,569. [Funded]

“NLCS/RS National Historic Trails Recreation Assessment Process” (2011) AZ Strip BLM

$10,000. [Funded].

“Sonoran Desert National Monument: Recreation Impact Monitoring for 2011" BLM, $11,593.

[Funded].

“Recreation Impact Assessment: Canyonlands National Park.” (2010) NPS $24,118. [Funded].

“Indian Creek Special Recreation Management Area: Dispersed Camping and Climbing Impact

Assessment.” (2010) BLM, $9,999 [Funded].