Forest Recreation by Robert W. Douglass (Auth.)

By Robert W. Douglass (Auth.)

The simplest total source for making plans, constructing, and administering woodland game components! This quantity consolidates the scattered findings of many researchers, the demanding situations that confront woodland activity managers, and the needs of the utilizing public. It presents present and destiny forestland managers with a large history in wooded area sport provide and insist, making plans, and improvement, but additionally bargains particular tips on the way to do the task on the technician point. wide in its assurance, distinctive in its remedy of subject matters, and with ample illustrations and images, this source turns into a useful instrument at the activity

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The first reason is a passive approach by the landowners. People are welcome on their land as long as they do little damage to it. Another facet of the passive approach is that of enforcement. Even if the public were not welcome there, its exclusion would be too difficult for the landowner to enforce and might even have other distasteful side effects. Public relations is the second reason that much private land is open to the public. Large companies must produce a good image in the public eye and they must meet certain obligations to the social system that is responsible for their Supply of Forest-Recreation Areas 37 existence (Fig.

This compares with a 7 percent increase in the number of campers during the same period. New activities requiring specialized equipment generate more economic activity as well as taking available money from some competing form of recreation. Ski touring is rapidly becoming a major winter sport in forested areas and with it has come the market for special equipment and supplies. Physical fitness awareness has encouraged many people to engage in jogging, skating, bicycling, and other exercise programs.

Supply of Forest-Recreation Areas 45 2. Divide the development into individual camp loops or picnic grounds. The PPI of each will be determined separately. 3. Draw a 50-foot radius circle centered on each family unit activity area and determine the total area covered in the camp loop (shaded area in Fig. 2). 4. Draw a 15-foot radius around each family unit and service facility such as garbage cans, water hydrants, toilet building, and bulletin boards, and determine the total area enclosed. 5. Draw straight lines between the center of each family unit and each facility serving it.

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