Behavioral Inputs Into the Management Plan Update for the Sylvania Backcountry Recreation Area
School of Natural Resources, University of Michigan - Camping - 146 pages
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1978 Preference backcountry users Backpack behavior camping trips campsite number canoeing canoers Clark Lake Crooked Lake crowding perception experienced conflict gas shortage Group Group Group Groups Seen high income impact Improve Info Improve Maint increase interviewed lake areas Lake Group Breakdown Lake Loon lake users Lake Whitefish least one trip long time regular Loon Lake motorboaters Northeast Lakes number of campsites number of groups perceived crowding perception of crowding Preference by Temporal PREFERENCE CATEGORY recent regular recreational experience remote lakes Report of Conflict Restrict Motor return to Sylvania rural residence sample social canoeist socially oriented socio_economic characteristics status groups Sturgeon River survey Sylvania area Sylvania Recreation Area Sylvania tract Temporal Use Pattern Total trends trip between 1975 trips to Sylvania U.S. Forest Service user conflict user group user preferences user satisfaction USERS perceive visited Sylvania visitors Whitefish Lake wilderness canoeist wilderness experience wilderness users