These data were collected using funding from the U.S. Government and can be used without additional permissions or fees. If you use these data in a publication, presentation, or other research product please use the citation below when citing the data product:
Martin, Steve R.; Blackwell, Jessica. Watson, Alan E. 2014. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (SEKI) Wilderness: 2011 visitor survey data. Fort Collins, CO: Forest Service Research Data Archive. https://doi.org/10.2737/RDS-2014-0024
This data publication contains data from a 2011 quantitative study on Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, in California, on wilderness user perceptions of existing wilderness quality and existing management practices and facilities. Data include individual visitor and group demographics, frequency of visits, and trip characteristics such as: activities, use of technology, length of trip, size of group, type of fuel used, and method of deterring negative bear-human interaction.
quantitative visitor survey; wilderness quality; wilderness management; economy; environment; biota; transportation; society; Environment and People; Inventory, Monitoring, & Analysis; Natural Resource Management & Use; Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks; SEKI; Sequoia National Park; Kings Canyon National Park; California