Proceedings: National Wilderness Research Conference : Current Research : Fort Collins, Co., July 23-26, 1985
Intermountain Research Station, 1986 - Wilderness areas - 553 pages
This second volume of conference proceedings includes over 70 reports of current wilderness research presented at the National Wilderness Conference, 1985. Topics covered include wilderness fire, air quality, soil and vegetation, fish and wildlife, water, wilderness use and user characteristics, visitor attitudes and behaviour; management concepts, etc.
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Wilderness Fire Research
Structure and Process Goals for Vegetation
A Nondestructive Method for Dating Living Fire
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