Bibliograhy

Bibliography

This page contains the comprehensive alphabetical listing of the references and resources that were used in Matthew Zylstra’s PhD dissertation on meaningful nature experience. The list of about 500 citations is still being continuously updated so be sure to check back now and then. In the meantime, simply click on the letters below to expand to the full citations.

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