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MONITORING SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN THE BWCAW
A FINAL COMMENT ABOUT MONITORING SOCIAL OONDITTONS
VISITOR RESPONSE FORM 1988 BWCAW VISITOR
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Acceptable Number am/pm I am/pm Appendix BASSWOOD BHCA boats/canoes Bob Marshall Bob Marshall Wilderness bodies or groups bodies travel zones Boundary Waters Canoe BWCA Wilderness BWCAW camped Canoe Area Wilderness Canoes Motor Canoes carrying capacity check this box Continue cycle crait deﬁne difﬁcult encounters per day evaluating experiential conditions ﬁnding ﬁve Glacier National Park groups of water HISes identiﬁed impacted sites individual water bodies KAWISHIWI RIVER LAC process Lake lake/river today Lime Limits of Acceptable locations Lucas and Stankey management objectives Managing America’s Enduring Minneapolis monitor social conditions monitoring plan occupied campsites occurrences of litter Paddle Canoes Motor parties per day percent point I sampled possible indicators potential indicators poupa Recreation Opportunity Classes sampled every 3-5 shore groups social monitoring speciﬁc Superior National Forest Total number trip University of Minnesota USDA Forest Service Visitor Response Form water bodies travel Waters Canoe Area zip code