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Predicting daily use of urban forest recreation sitesAuthor(s): John F. Dwyer
Source: Landscape and Urban Planning 15:127-138.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: North Central Research Station
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DescriptionA multiple linear regression model explains 90% of the variance in daily use of an urban recreation site. Explanatory variables include season, day of the week, and weather. The results offer guides for recreation site planning and management as well as suggestions for improving the model.
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CitationDwyer, John F. 1988. Predicting daily use of urban forest recreation sites. Landscape and Urban Planning 15:127-138.
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