4 edition of Wilderness recreation use estimation found in the catalog.
Wilderness recreation use estimation
|Statement||Alan E. Watson ... [et al.].|
|Series||General technical report RMRS -- 56.|
|Contributions||Watson, Alan E., Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.)|
|LC Classifications||GV191.67.W5 W55 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||00329469|
Changes in Wilderness and Recreation Programs. Although it promoted Mission 66 as a wilderness preservation program, the Park Service refused to give genuine support to the wilderness bill, intended to set aside vast tracts of the public domain to remain largely unaltered by human activity. may be more important to Americans than recreation use values (Cordell, Tarrant, Green, ; Cordell, Tarrant, McDonald, Bergstrom, ). Loomis () estimates the non- use values of wilderness areas in the western US to be roughly seven billion dollars per year. NVUM data was.
the nature-based recreation activities tracked by the U.S. National Survey on Recreation and the Environment (NSRE) were still growing as recently as the first part of this decade. For example, almost 70 million people 16 or older reported then that they had visited a wilderness or other wildland area or went hiking in the last year. In: Merigliano, Linda, ed. Ideas for Limits of Acceptable Change process, Book II; Selected papers on wilderness management planning efforts and the LAC process. Washington, DC: USDAFS, Recreation, Cultural Resources and Wilderness Management Staff p. Cole, David N. Wilderness recreation use trends, through Res. Pap.
Hospitality Tourism & Recreation is a course designed to introduce the student to the various aspects of Hospitality industry. It is currently estimated that 30% of all the jobs in the state of California are available in the hospitality and food service workplaces therefore emphasis is placed on meeting the needs for the growing number of resources and services in the local area. Recreationists unintentionally trample vegetation, erode soil, and disturb wildlife. Such human-related impacts present a dilemma for managers charged with the dual objectives of providing recreational opportunities and preserving natural environments. This paper presents some of the principal findings and management implications from research on visitor impacts to protected .
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Wilderness recreation use estimation: a handbook of methods and systems. Gen. Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR Ogden, UT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station.
Documented evidence shows that managers of units within the U.S. National WildernessCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wilderness recreation use estimation. Ogden, UT ( 25th St., Ogden ): Rocky Mountain Research Station, . Wilderness Recreation Use Estimation: A Handbook of Methods and Systems [Watson, A.
E.; Cole, D. N.; Turner, D. L.; Reynolds, P. S.] on *FREE* shipping on Author: P. Watson, A. E.; Cole, D. N.; Turner, D. L.; Reynolds. Get this from a library. Wilderness recreation use estimation: a handbook of methods and systems.
[Alan E Watson; Rocky Mountain Research Station (Fort Collins, Colo.);]. Use: The acorn contains tannin, which is very bitter and slightly toxic. Luckily, tannin is easily removed by soaking in water. Acorns from the white oak family have far less tannin than acorns from the black (or red) oak family, so if you have a choice, opt for white oaks.
Wilderness, but use there is very light. Based on a survey of agency managers, Washburne and Cole () estimated recreation use on FWS wilderness at million visitor-days, and BLM primitive area use at million. Trends in backcountry and wilderness use indicated rapid growth in the ’s and ’s,Cited by: Higher impact and consumptive activities like hunting and horse use are declining as a percentage of total use.
Citation: Roggenbuck, Joseph W.; Watson, Alan E. Wilderness recreation use: the current situation. In: Outdoor recreation benchmark proceedings of the National Outdoor Recreation Forum: Tampa, Florida, Januaryland use impacts are discussed in Section D.4, Land Use; and noise impacts are discussed in Section D.8, Noise.
D Environmental Setting/Affected Environment. Methodology and Assumptions. The wilderness and recreation study area includes lands that. Response: While some impacts to recreational use are anticipated if this project proceeds, recreational use would still occur over most of the Rock Creek drainage (reference Chapter 4-Recreation).
It is anticipated that there would be minimal impact to the recreation industry if the mine proceeded. Keywords: Wilderness use estimation, mechanical counting, calibration, reliability. With little or no reliable wilderness use informa-tion, managers cannot adequately judge trends of resource condition and visitor use.
Such data is essential for assessing visitor impacts to the re-source conservation, facilities planning, budget. Wilderness recreation use estimation: A handbook of methods and systems (Gen.
Tech. Rep. RMRS-GTR) ( pp.). Ogden: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. Google ScholarAuthor: Lisa K. Machnik, Justin Ewer, Jonathan Erickson.
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recreation-related impacts to wilderness with the most unobtrusive, indirect, light-handed means possible (Hendee & Dawson, ). That is, managers are expected to identify the "minimum tool" required to achieve desired conditions within wilderness.
Consequently, decisions about how to manage recreational use of wilderness are complex. Wilderness Act thus identifies two concerns relative to recreation impacts: (1) protection of the integrity of wilder-ness environments, and (2) protection of the quality of recreational experiences.
A minimal system of trails and campsites is generally viewed as essential to support recreational use of wilderness. Wilderness managers must. This short film, produced by the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute, examines the issue of recreation science in wilderness areas.
What constitutes r. Recreation use of the project area is primarily wilderness centered with hikers and stock parties making use of the Piper Creek Trail # to access the Missions. Use in the project area is largely in the summer and early fall months of late June through mid September.
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