2 edition of Managing wilderness recreation use found in the catalog.
Managing wilderness recreation use
David N Cole
1987 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station in Ogden, Utah .
Written in English
|Statement||David N. Cole, Margaret E. Petersen, Robert C. Lucas|
|Series||General technical report INT -- 230|
|Contributions||Petersen, Margaret, Lucas, Robert C, Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
A review and synthesis of recreation ecology research findings on visitor impacts to wilderness and protected natural areas. The 50th anniversary of the US Wilderness Act of presents a worthy opportunity to review our collective knowledge on how recreation visitation affects wilderness and protected natural area resources. Contact Us. US Forest Service, FM-RM-VE Independence Ave., SW Mailstop Code: Washington DC Contact Celebrating Wildflowers.
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Get this from a library. Managing wilderness recreation use: common problems and potential solutions. [David N Cole; Margaret Petersen; Robert C Lucas; Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah)].
This work culminated in a chapter on recreation impacts in the Wilderness Management textbook, a state-of-knowledge paper at the Wilderness Science conference and co-authorship of the first textbook on recreation ecology.
Based on this work, he is recognized worldwide as an expert in recreation ecology. Managing wilderness recreation use book Written by a team of authors with extensive academic and practical experience in the field of outdoor recreation, the book: develops and presents a matrix-based framework of strategies and practices for managing outdoor recreation in a sustainable way; illustrates applications of the best management practices through a series of case studies in Cited by: Common to all wilderness-managing agencies is the guidance and direction that is provided by the Wilderness Act.
Although other wilderness laws are followed when applicable, and each agency has its own wilderness policy, the Wilderness Act bonds theses agencies together in the planning, implementation, and monitoring of America's wilderness system. Wildland Recreation An authoritative guide to managing the ecological impacts ofrecreational activities on natural resources.
The challenges facing today's recreation resource managers are bothcomplex and daunting. Accommodating rapidly growing numbers ofrecreational visitors without sacrificing the ecological integrityof wildlands is a major challenge.
The global popularity of outdoor recreation and ecotourism is on the increase. At present, there is little systematic information on the management practices that have been successful in National Parks.
This book presents the issue of how to manage outdoor recreation in ways that protect the integrity of park resources and the quality of the visitor experience.
Wilderness in National Parks casts light on the complicated relationship between the National Park Service and its policy goals of wilderness preservation and recreation. By examining the overlapping and sometimes contradictory responsibilities of the park service and the national wilderness preservation system, John C.
Miles finds the National Park Service still struggling to deal with an Cited by: 6. Cole, David N.: Managing wilderness recreation use: common problems and potential solutions / (Ogden, Utah: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station, ), also by Margaret Petersen, Robert C. Lucas, and Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah) (page images at.
This third edition of "Leadership for Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services" is unique from many different current effort of this book is focused on bringing together a number. xiv, pages: 28 cmPages: Parks and related forest recreation areas are increasingly important in modern society.
They protect natural and cultural resources and enhance the quality of life by providing opportunities for recreation to an expanding population. But can parks and other forest recreation areas continue to be successful as they attract more and more visitors How many visitors can ultimately be accommodated.
This fully updated second edition presents a conceptual framework of outdoor recreation management in the form of a series of management matrices. It then illustrates this framework through new and updated case studies in the US national parks, and concludes with the principles of outdoor recreation management.
Written by an author team with extensive academic. Managing wilderness recreation use: common problems and potential solutions. Gen. Tech. Rep. INT-GTR Ogden, UT: USDA Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station.
Thompson, Ludlow, Glenn, Rivera, Visitor Capacity in A Technical Guide for Integrating Recreation, Heritage and Wilderness into Land and Resource Management Planning, DRAFT.
The authoritative guide to understanding and managing the ecological impacts of recreational activities in wildlandsThis third edition provides an updated and thorough examination of the ecological impacts of recreational use on wildlands and the best management practices to employ in places where recreation and preservation of natural conditions are both important - and often Format: Paperback.
[Show full abstract] importance people place on ecosystem services, existence of wilderness, recreation, and future use options for existing protected wilderness, however, have increased sharply.
Book Chapter In: R.E. Manning (ed.), pp. Parks and People: Managing Outdoor Recreation at Acadia National Park.
Burlington, VT: University of Vermont Press. Olive, Nathanial D. and Jeffrey L. Marion. The influence of use-related, environmental and managerial factors on soil loss from recreational trails. David authored more than articles and book chapters on both the ecological impacts of recreation use and wilderness management generally.
He coauthored three books: Wildland Recreation: Ecology and Management; Soft Paths: How to Enjoy the Wilderness Without Harming It and Beyond Naturalness: Rethinking Park and Wilderness Stewardship.
He received numerous awards, including “Scientist of. Introduction to Outdoor Recreation: Providing and Managing Natural Resource Based Opportunities.
State College, Pa.: Venture Pub. Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide) Moore, Roger L and B. Driver, Introduction to Outdoor Recreation: Providing and Managing Natural Resource Based Opportunities.
State College, Pa.: Venture Pub. The following pages describe the BLM’s Priorities for Recreation and Visitor Services for these great western lands; for the open spaces, heritage, wildlife, and adventures treasured by an ever-increasing number of visitors.
This document is essentially a corporate statement of. Start studying Wilderness Exam 1. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. gives some specific indicators for managing wilderness and wildland recreation areas (de facto): Naturalness, solitude and unconfined Muir- bible was the only book, strict religious upbringing.
Handbook provide the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) policy, direction, and guidance for establishing, modifying and managing recreation fees and for issuing and administering the various recreation permits as a means of authorizing recreational uses of public lands and related.
Designing and Managing Resilient Recreation Landscapes Landscape architects are professionals who design, plan, and manage the land, and so it is a profession that is essential to defining the character of our National Forests and Grasslands. There are key points of entry and engage-Author: Matt Arnn, Matt Arnn.
Most U.S. wilderness areas are in national forests, but the largest amount of wilderness land is administered by the National Park Service. The largest contiguous wilderness complex in the United States is the Noatak and Gates of the Arctic Wildernesses in Alaska at 12, acres (5, ha).
The largest wilderness area outside Alaska is the Death Valley Wilderness in southeastern. Tools for visitor management Managing the impact of use, e.g. reducing the negative impact of use by modi- Make access more difficult in all wilderness 2.
Reduce use of problem areas 1 Inform about problem areas and alternative areas 2. Discourage or prohibit use of problem area 3. Limit number of visitors in problem areasFile Size: KB. These are all parts of outdoor recreation.
So are hundreds of other activities, satisfying experiences, and beneficial outcomes. This text is about outdoor recreation: what it is, providing opportunities for it, and professionally managing the places where it takes place. Despite its diversity, all outdoor recreation has one thing in common.
Wilderness recreation use trends, through [microform] / David N. Cole U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Intermountain Research Station Ogden, UT ( 25th St., Ogden ) Australian/Harvard Citation.
Cole, David N. & Intermountain Research Station (Ogden, Utah). Typical Public Use Cabin (nps photo) Cabins have "rugged" accommodations: usually a heating stove, bunks/sleeping platforms, table and chairs, and an outhouse.
You are responsible for providing your own food, cook stove and cooking utensils, water, and bedding. Access to cabins is by plane, boat, trail or a combination of these.
At the state park, stressed-out investment bankers hike for the first time in years. Recreation is an important part of everyone’s life. If you major in parks, recreation, and leisure facilities management, you’ll learn how to help people live healthy, happy, active lives by running parks, community centers, swimming pools, and other sites.
Note – Visitor use capacity is not specifically mentioned in Element 8 but, as a component of visitor use management (stated as “Public Use—managing recreation use” in the Key Definitions), a determination of capacity may be useful to insure that there is no degradation of the wilderness resource.
- Includes lecture slides and online matrices to aid the teaching of outdoor recreation management to a new generation.
Managing Outdoor Recreation, 2nd Edition is an essential resource for undergraduate and graduate students of parks, outdoor recreation and. For assistance with your Walt Disney World vacation, including resort/package bookings and tickets, please call () For Walt Disney World dining, please book your reservation online.
AM to PM Eastern Time. Guests under 18 years of age. PART III. Case Studies of Measuring and Managing Carrying Capacity Chapter 9. Managing Recreation at Acadia National Park Chapter Day-Use Social Carrying Capacity of Yosemite Valley Chapter Wilderness Camping at Isle Royale National Park Chapter Indicators and Standards at Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area Chapter The book was a generous thank you gift which surprised us arriving in the mail in advance of the book signing in Ely.
It was a delight to read a book so full of the names of friends and track Dave and Amy's path through the year often so close to our home on the edge of Moose Lake which is cut by the wilderness line about a mile from our house/5. In Crown Jewel Wilderness, environmental historian Lauren Danner masterfully tells the story of the decades of political wrangling over the North Cascades.
She examines North Cascades history in the context of national debates about what agency should be the primary provider of outdoor recreation – the Forest Service or the National Park Service – what areas should be national park as. You’ll board your horse-drawn carriage for a minute ride at the main entrance of Crockett’s Tavern at The Cabins and Campsites of Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort.
Carriages fit up to 4 adults, or 2 adults and 3 small children. Each horse-drawn carriage ride costs $ Please note that rides through Septem cost $ Remote, rugged, and majestic, North Cascades National Park is one of the Pacific Northwest's crown jewels.
Efforts to establish a park began as early asbut gained traction only after World War II as interest in Wilderness preservation grew Brand: Washington State University Press. This approach helps protect the innermost wilderness cores while allowing recreational use and resource management in surrounding areas.
Protected landscapes and seascapes: Many areas of the world are classified as protected and are used for tourism, recreation, and managed resource use. Gimblett, H.R. Modeling Recreation Visitation in Misty Fjords National Monument - Tongass National Forest.
Final Report. [Download PDF] University of Arizona. Wilderness Recreation Use Monitoring Season - Pacific Southwest Region. Wilderness Recreation Use Monitoring Season - Pacific Southwest Region - Final Report (). Explain past and current ethics when using wilderness areas.
Units of Study will focus on these broad topic areas: Ecosystems and Their Characteristics Presents Odum's ecosystem concept and how it relates to managing wilderness areas. Also discusses the preservation/use dilemma of. a Wisconsin state park, forest, recreation area or trail.
in state parks and forests. a vehicle admission sticker or state trail pass. to attend a nature program or event with family and friends. Spend the night with nature in one of more than 5, campsites in the Wisconsin State Park System. Camping opportunities include family and group. Managing Editor, International Journal of Wilderness Department of Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services Administration Central Michigan University Finch Mount Pleasant, MI Telephone: Fax: [email protected] of Land Management Brieﬁng Book Bureau of Land Management • Colorado.
1 Table of Contents Facts 2 Colorado adheres to multiple-use management, managing public lands for both commercial and public Colorado issues ab recreation use permits.Nash’s most famous book, Wilderness and the American Mind, completed as a doctoral thesis the year the Wilderness Act became law, has been continually in print since Winner of the National Outdoor Book Award in the Outdoor Classic category, it remains the definitive history of wilderness as an idea and an institution.