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COMPARISON OF CONDITION CLASS, POINT SAMPLING AND TRACK PROBLEM ASSESSMENT METHODS IN ASSESSING THE CONDITION OF WALKING TRACKS IN NEW SOUTH WALES PROTECTED AREAS

By Wendy Hill and Catherine Pickering
COMPARISON OF CONDITION CLASS, POINT SAMPLING AND TRACK PROBLEM ASSESSMENT METHODS IN ASSESSING THE CONDITION OF WALKING TRACKS IN NEW SOUTH WALES PROTECTED AREAS
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This report is one in a series examining terrestrial ecological impacts of visitor use. The purpose of the field testing was to assess the utility of each method in terms of:ability to characterise track conditions and develop comprehensive track profilesease of application and staff time needed to apply each method potential to be used for long term monitoring and/or large scale detailed track inventories based on the consistency of the result obtained by different crews. 
This report is one in a series examining terrestrial ecological impacts of visitor use. The purpose of the field testing was to assess the utility of each method in terms of:ability to characterise track conditions and develop comprehensive track profilesease of application and staff time needed to apply each method potential to be used for long term monitoring and/or large scale detailed track inventories based on the consistency of the result obtained by different crews.  Reduce

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