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Significant wilderness qualities: can they be identified and monitored?Author(s): David N. Cole; Robert C. Lucas
Source: Proceedings of the third annual NOLS Wilderness Research Colloquium, August 10-15, 1987. Lander, Wyo.: National Outdoor Leadership School. 25 p
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe third Research Colloquium, sponsored by the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS), convened the week of August 10-15 in the Popo Agie Wilderness, Shoshone National Forest, Wyoming. The purpose of these colloquia is to facilitate interaction and discussion between wilderness managers, researchers, and NOLS personnel in a wilderness setting. At each colloquium, discussion centers around a selected theme. For the third colloquium, participants were asked to write a short paper on the theme. This report is a compilation of those papers, along with a synopsis of discussions held during the colloquium.
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CitationCole, David N.; Lucas, Robert C., comps. 1989. Significant wilderness qualities: can they be identified and monitored?. Proceedings of the third annual NOLS Wilderness Research Colloquium, August 10-15, 1987. Lander, Wyo.: National Outdoor Leadership School. 25 p
Keywordswilderness, management, recreation, quality, monitoring
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