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Cascade Head Scenery and Change: Cascade Head Law and Our Evolving Understanding of Scenery and LandscapeAuthor(s): Jessica C. Dole
Source: In: Gobster, Paul H.; Smardon, Richard C., eds. Visual resource stewardship conference proceedings: landscape and seascape management in a time of change. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-183. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 176-185.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe 9,670-acre Cascade Head Scenic-Research Area (Cascade Head) is a picturesque place of headlands, forested hills, meadows, and estuary on the north-central coast of Oregon. Its dramatic features and changing atmosphere have had a strong appeal for people for centuries. Established in 1974 primarily to ensure protection of its scenic values, its official designation as a Scenic-Research Area came a full decade ahead of the first site in the Congressional system of National Scenic Areas. The Cascade Head Act identifies key qualities and uses of distinct landscape subareas within its boundaries, which form the basis of protection for the Area. This paper highlights Cascade Head's contribution to the evolution of our understanding of scenery as a resource and the new focus it brings for scenery management.
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CitationDole, Jessica C. 2018. Cascade Head Scenery and Change: Cascade Head Law and Our Evolving Understanding of Scenery and Landscape. In: Gobster, Paul H.; Smardon, Richard C., eds. Visual resource stewardship conference proceedings: landscape and seascape management in a time of change. Gen. Tech. Rep. NRS-P-183. Newtown Square, PA: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northern Research Station: 176-185.
- Research publications of the Cascade Head Experimental Forest and Scenic Research Area, Oregon Coast Range, 1934 to 1990.
- Protecting scenery at multiple scales
- Checklist of vertebrate animals of the Cascade Head Experimental Forest.
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