Outdoor recreation and associated research needs for suburban forests

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U.S. Department of Agriculture, Economic Research Service, Natural Resource Economics Division , Washington, D.C
Forest reserves -- Recreational use., Forests and forestry -- Multiple
StatementHugh A. Johnson and Judith M. Huff.
ContributionsHuff, Judith M.
The Physical Object
Pagination13 leaves ;
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Open LibraryOL15069589M

The suburban forest recreation destination, XNEA, provides visitors a pleasant natural environment with well-organized recreation facilities; as a result, the tourist arrivals are nearly 2 million per year (Wang et al., ).

A rising need for ensuring visitors’ health and safety was proposed to XNEA’s management : Jittakon Ramanpong, Chia-Pin Yu, Chia-Pin Yu, Po-Neng Chiang, Ming-Jer Tsai.

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The combination of physical activity and being in nature is recognized as providing a range of significant benefits. The objective of this literature review was to compile an overview of the social benefits and costs associated with outdoor sports within the academic literature and to reflect on the quality of underlying evidence that supports the by:   Forest Service scientists produce science and technology that natural resource managers can use to offer quality outdoor recreation experiences for current and future generations.

Recreation Experiences and Decision Support. Recreation experiences and satisfaction ; Recreation supply, demand and use. United States. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation: Evaluation of public willingness to pay user charges for use of outdoor recreation areas and facilities / (Washington: The Bureau: for sale by the Supt.

of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., ), also by Economics Research Associates (page images at HathiTrust) United States. For example, Moons et al. () value forest recreation for a suburban region in Belgium using a travel cost model.

The model is estimated based on local survey data, which may capture the local. A growing body of research points to the beneficial effects that exposure to the natural world has on health, reducing stress and promoting healing. Now, policymakers, employers, and healthcare providers are increasingly considering the human need for.

Forest recreation planning is noted, which includes a discussion of a state-wide comprehensive outdoor recreation plan. The book also discusses site selection and the development of recreation areas. Classification of areas in forests is also described, which includes picnic.

Spending patterns of outdoor recreation visitors to national forests. Gen. Tech. Rep. PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station. 70 p. The economic linkages between national forests and surrounding areas are one of.

Outdoor Recreation and Nature Tourism: A European Perspective 5 1 Introduction The places associated with outdoor recreation have always included forests, the coast, lakes and rivers, mountains and other spectacular scenery that is nowadays frequently designated as national park or similarly protected.

On-site data are necessary to evaluate the demand for outdoor recreation opportunities in urban woodlands, but also for providing more reliable values for monetization as a basis for multifunctional forest management, and for raising awareness for the importance of urban proximate forests.

Daisy Pass, Gallatin National Forest. Photo courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service. A public comment submitted by PERC to the U.S. Forest Service in support of the Custer Gallatin National Forest Recreation fee proposal.

The Property and Environment Research Center (PERC) respectfully submits the following comment on the proposed recreation fee increase in the Custer Gallatin National Forest.

56 outdoor recreation activities in Total net economic value or benefits (i.e., total economic value net of the costs) is a measure of the contribution to societal welfare for use in cost-benefit analysis.

The study found that the total net economic value associated with outdoor recreation participation.

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Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Southern Research Station, p. Abstract. This publication presents a national study of outdoor recreation trends as part of the Renewable Resources Planning Act Assessment by the Forest. Multifunctional forests are the same forest areas used for timber production and recreation.

It is indicated that in Europe, forests traditionally used for wood production are increasingly being. and recreation areas are often associated with remnant pine forests. In both the urban and suburban environments, mature pines are particularly valued.

Hosts in this state are particularly vulnerable to colonization by the SPB. Furthermore, various types of natural and cultural disturbances associated with the built environment (e.g., road.

Forest experience and psychological health benefits.

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Based on their analysis of empirical studies on forest use, Driver et al. [] and Ewert [] organized forest benefits into several categories, including psychological, social, educational, physical, and intrinsic taxonomy of wildness benefits, according to Driver et al.

[], takes a broad view, while Ewert [] focuses more narrowly. Young People’s Outdoor Recreation and State Park Use: Perceived Benefits 93 outdoor environments as well as health consequences associated with sedentary lifestyles (Cutts et al.

; Ogden et al. However, studies also suggest adults’ outdoor recreation patterns and preferences may be an equally influential. DOWNLOAD THE FULL REPORT. The recreational demands of the 21st century are bringing new challenges for public land management.

This PERC Public Lands Report examines some of the primary sources of funding for outdoor recreation-related opportunities on public lands, aiming to be informative rather than claiming to be exhaustive or comprehensive. It demonstrates that by many. 1 At the dedication of Dr.

Edmund A. Babler Memorial State Park in Missouri, OctoSecretary Ickes said: "When we look up and down the ocean fronts of America, we find that everywhere they are passing behind the fences of private ownership. The people can no longer get to the ocean.

When we have reached the point that a nation ofpeople cannot set foot upon the. 30 Best Colleges for Outdoor Sports and Recreation 30) University of Texas – Austin, TX. Right in the middle of the Lone Star State, Austin has become a mecca for all that is hip in recent years.

For outdoor enthusiasts, though, it is also a great place to launch a number of adventures and sporting expeditions. The Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Tourism Lab (ORET) research team is situated in the Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism at the University of Utah is comprised of accomplished Ph.D.

researchers who hold diverse expertise and practical experience in all areas related to ORET Lab’s mission, goals, and services. Outdoor recreational activities are increasing worldwide and occur at high frequency especially close to cities.

Forests are a natural environment often used for such activities as jogging, hiking, dog walking, mountain biking, or horse riding. The mere presence of people in forests can disturb wildlife, which may perceive humans as potential predators.

Many of these activities rely on trails. American Forest Products Angeles Bureau of Outdoor California Cattleman's Association California Forest Protective California Western Railroad Chairman Department of Parks Division of Recreation Dolder encourage fees Forest Products Corporation Forest Protective Association Forry Goleta INDIVIDUALS AND ENTREPRENEURS investment John John.

The forest needs of Florida’s citizens are much greater than many realize, often provides numerous jobs and outdoor recreation opportunities for millions of visitors each year. your answer with research from sources other than this book. There is 30%.

more timber. volume per. acre in the. People spend $ billion annually in Washington to enjoy their favorite outdoor activity, according to a report released today The report, Economic Analysis of Outdoor Recreation in Washington State, found that residents and tourists spend $ billion annually on outdoor recreation trips, including trips to local, state and national parks.

FILE – In this J file photo, Committee Chairman Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., listens on Capitol Hill in Washington, during the House Natural Resources Committee hearing. A bipartisan bill that would spend nearly $3 billion on conservation projects, outdoor recreation and maintenance of.

The outdoor recreation supply potentials of public land will depend on policy evolution. On southern national forests, greater protection of roadless lands is likely, while at the same time recreation is increas-ingly finding its way to the tops of the priority lists of national forest managers.

These trends are not as yet linked, but they. Also browse sample images in the Outdoor Recreation in National Forests set on the Forest History Society Flickr pages. For more information as well as for assistance in retrieving documents found in the Collections Database, contact Jamie Lewis at @ or () Although outdoor recreation participation has been studied extensively, little research has come from less developed regions of the world.

This paper examined outdoor recreation participation and its predictors in Istanbul, an increasingly urbanized and populated megacity, in Turkey. The results show that nearly half of the people interviewed in this study had claimed to visit a nature area at. As summer begins, national groups advocate ways to protect health and keep public lands and waters open and safe during COVID It may not feel like it, but the unofficial start of summer – Memorial Day weekend – is here, and the members of the Recreate Responsibly initiative have united to share ways for Americans to stay healthy while enjoying public lands, parks, trails.

Sponsored by Pursuing outdoor adventures and recreation usually involves camping and RVing. For the outdoor enthusiast, camping is often secondary to great outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, boating, hiking, and tours of your favorite national landmarks, national parks, and national forests.different types of outdoor recreation, as well as the diversity of the types of communities throughout the state.

Urban, rural, and suburban Massachusetts, as well as active and passive recreation interests, are represented on the committee. The group met in Spring as a kick-off to the SCORP planning.A recreation site that has a development scale level of 3, 4 or 5 on the Recreation Site Development Scale in Forest Service Handbook ,10– Exhibit Essential Container.

A trash, recycling, food storage, or other animal-resistant container. Outdoor Constructed Feature. A constructed element provided at an outdoor recreation site.