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These eight papers were presented at Working Party S6.01-3, XVIth World Congress of the International Union of Forestry Research Organizations, Oslo, Norway, June 22, 1976. Topics covered include (a) improving studies on demand for outdoor recreation, (b) forecasting changes in number of visitors...

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U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, General Technical Report, 1977, PSW-20, pp 62 pp.
Abstract

Some of the findings of research conducted within the Aberdare (Nyandarua) Forest Reserve and National Park in Kenya between 1972 and 1976 are discussed. The study area consists of two management and administrative sub-units: the Forest Reserve with an area of 103,086 hectares, and the National...

Author(s)
Muiruri, W.
Citation
Geo Journal, 1978, 2, 4, pp 321-330
Abstract

Through investigations sponsored by the National Park Service, scientists from the Museum of Northern Arizona and the University of Virginia are determining the extent and rate of human impact on Colorado River campsites in Grand Canyon National Park. An analysis of the systematic seasonal...

Author(s)
Carothers, S. W.
Citation
Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Journal, 1978, 13, Proceedings Supplement, pp 34
Abstract

Erosion caused by off-road vehicles (ORV) was severe on 2 trails on gravelly sand loam (a loss of 0.5 and 0.3 t/m2) and on a trail on sandy loam (a loss of .03 t/m2) in a recreational area in California. Surface strength and bulk density were increased and soil moisture was reduced by ORV use on...

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Webb, R. H.; Ragland, H. C.; Godwin, W. H.; Jenkins, D.
Citation
Environmental Management, 1978, 2, 3, pp 219-233
Abstract

The recent rise in off-road vehicle (ORV) activities in the American southwest has greatly complicated the management of wildlife resources of these areas. The nature of ORV impact on desert birds is first discussed and several specific studies on the subject are reviewed. Various categories of...

Author(s)
Luckenbach, R. A.
Publisher
Wildlife Management Institute., Washington, D. C., USA
Citation
North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, Transactions, 1978, 43rd, pp 157-162
Abstract

The forum was sponsored by 13 official and unofficial US organizations concerned with fishing and sporting interests, wildlife conservation, cattle and sheep grazing, land and range management and environmental protection. It was concerned with the management of grazing land along the banks of...

Publisher
Trout Unlimited, Inc., Denver, Colorado, USA
Citation
Proceedings of the forum - grazing and riparian/stream ecosystems at Denver, Colorado November 3-4, 1978., 1979, pp 94pp.
Abstract

A variety of world-wide environmental issues are discussed. Emphasis is placed on environmental diseases such as schistosomiasis, on the increased resistance of insects to pesticides, the impact of control actions taken against onchocercosis and filariasis, on noise pollution, and on the emerging...

Author(s)
Tolba, M.
Publisher
ENDA., Dakar, Senegal
Citation
African Environment, Occasional Paper, 1979, No. 79-34, pp 34 p.
Abstract

The seemingly magnetic attraction of water resources for recreation has direct implications for proximate land resources which are needed to provide access and support facilities. This paper reviews and synthesizes the literature dealing with the impacts of recreation use on riparian soils and...

Author(s)
Manning, R. E.
Citation
Water Resources Bulletin, 1979, 15, 1, pp 30-43
Abstract

The proposal discusses the incorporation of Aravaipa Canyon Primitive Area (designated in 1969) into the National Wilderness Preservation System. The area contains approximately 4,044 acres and is located in Pinal and Graham Counties, Arizona. Wilderness designation would cause no significant...

Publisher
U.S. Bureau of Land Management., Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Citation
Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness: draft environmental statement., 1979, pp 25 pp.
Abstract

This study brings together water data and information on second-home development to discover whether relationships can be identified between second-home development and water flows. The research specifically focuses on surface water conditions, as measured by stream discharge readings, and has been ...

Author(s)
Hogan, T. D.; Bond, M. E.
Citation
Hydrology and Water Resources in Arizona and the Southwest, 1979, 9, pp 153-158

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