The leadership course I took, which I previously mentioned, was taught by Leave
No Trace <http://www.lnt.org/main.html
Here are some articles I dug up from their website, which may contain the
info your looking for.
Recreation Impacts and Management in Wilderness: A State-of-Knowledge
Recreation Ecology Research Findings - Implications for Wilderness and Park
The link to more of their resources is:
If you cannot what your looking for you can browse their main website by
I am sure you can find something there. You can also email them and ask any
further questions you might have. They are more then willing to help.
I am digging through my paperwork from the course in hopes I might find
something for you.
Minds are like parachutes, they only function when they are open.
On 4/4/07, amendment2@... <amendment2@...> wrote:
> Can you tell me the recovery time from frequently used tent campsites?
> Please cite studies, not anecdotal evidence.
> Dave Fox
> In a message dated 4/4/2007 2:38:15 PM Central Daylight Time,
> source2sea@... <source2sea%40gmail.com> writes:
> I'll poke through some of my stuff back at the office. We're (ladyfriend
> I) are working on PhD's in Parks and Rec. She deal more with recreation
> ecology than I do though. I deal more with trail systems, greenways, and
> that sort of stuff.
> There is scads of info about tent and campsite impacts, but I don't
> anything specifically about hammocks.
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