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Technical guide for monitoring selected conditions related to wilderness characterAuthor(s): Peter Landres; Steve Boutcher; Liese Dean; Troy Hall; Tamara Blett; Terry Carlson; Ann Mebane; Carol Hardy; Susan Rinehart; Linda Merigliano; David N. Cole; Andy Leach; Pam Wright; Deb Bumpus
Source: General Technical Report WO-80. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 293 p
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Station: Washington Office
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DescriptionThe purpose of monitoring wilderness character is to improve wilderness stewardship by providing managers a tool to assess how selected actions and conditions related to wilderness character are changing over time. Wilderness character monitoring provides information to help answer two key questions about wilderness character and wilderness stewardship: 1. How is wilderness character changing over time? 2. How do stewardship actions affect this change in wilderness character?
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CitationLandres, Peter; Boutcher, Steve; Dean, Liese; Hall, Troy; Blett, Tamara; Carlson, Terry; Mebane, Ann; Hardy, Carol; Rinehart, Susan; Merigliano, Linda; Cole, David N.; Leach, Andy; Wright, Pam; Bumpus, Deb. 2009. Technical guide for monitoring selected conditions related to wilderness character. General Technical Report WO-80. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service. 293 p.
Keywordswilderness, monitoring, character, stewardship
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