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Wilderness uses, users, values, and management

Posted date: May 12, 2016
Publication Year: 
1999
Authors: Watson, Alan E.; Cole, David N.; Friese, Gregory T.; Hendee, John C.; Landres, Peter B.; Geary, Thoms F.; Stokes, Gerald L.; Jarvis, Jeff; Henry, Wes
Publication Series: 
Miscellaneous Publication
Source: In: Cordell, H. Ken; Betz, Carter ; Bowker, J.M. and others. Outdoor recreation in American life: a national assessment of demand and supply trends. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing: 377-401.
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Abstract

This chapter is a compendium of six papers written to add further depth to our national assessment of Wilderness, begun with the previous chapter. The first three papers summarize research and experience about the identity of Wilderness users and how Wilderness is used, use of Wilderness for personal growth, and changes of Wilderness values. The second three papers summarize the management situations and policies of three of the federal Wilderness management agencies-the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of land Management, and the National Park Service. With these papers much can be learned about the significance of and issues surrounding Wilderness in the United States.

Citation

Watson, Alan; Cole, David N.; Friese, Gregory T.; Hendee, John C.; Landres, Peter; Geary, Thoms F.; Stokes, Gerald L.; Jarvis, Jeff; Henry, Wes 1999. Wilderness uses, users, values, and management. In: Cordell, H. Ken; Betz, Carter ; Bowker, J.M. and others. Outdoor recreation in American life: a national assessment of demand and supply trends. Champaign, IL: Sagamore Publishing: 377-401.