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In Reply to Dr Bunzel et al

Published:October 06, 2022DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.wem.2022.08.004
      We are delighted to hear that our article “The Associations between Visitation, Social Media Use, and Search and Rescue in United States National Parks”
      • Lu Z.N.
      • Briggs A.
      • Saadat S.
      • Algaze I.M.
      The associations between visitation, social media use, and search and rescue in United States national parks.
      has generated discussion.
      • Bunzel W.
      • Spano S.
      • Filiberti A.
      • Ioannides K.
      In response to “the associations between visitation, social media use, and search and rescue in United States national parks.”.
      We are replying regarding our study’s methodology and data collection.
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      References

        • Lu Z.N.
        • Briggs A.
        • Saadat S.
        • Algaze I.M.
        The associations between visitation, social media use, and search and rescue in United States national parks.
        Wilderness Environ Med. 2021; 32: 463-467
        • Bunzel W.
        • Spano S.
        • Filiberti A.
        • Ioannides K.
        In response to “the associations between visitation, social media use, and search and rescue in United States national parks.”.
        Wilderness Environ Med. 2022; 33: 489-490