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EVALUATION OF IMPACTS AND METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF WALKING TRACKS IN PROTECTED AREAS

By Wendy Hill and Catherine Pickering
EVALUATION OF IMPACTS AND METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF WALKING TRACKS IN PROTECTED AREAS
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Protected area managers need to monitor the ecological effects of visitor use and assess their performance in managing visitor use. To assist this process, STCRC has established a series of projects to develop indicators and protocols for monitoring visitor use and its impacts that can be used as part of an integrated monitoring system for protected areas. This is the third report in a series examining terrestrial ecological impacts of visitor use.
Protected area managers need to monitor the ecological effects of visitor use and assess their performance in managing visitor use. To assist this process, STCRC has established a series of projects to develop indicators and protocols for monitoring visitor use and its impacts that can be used as part of an integrated monitoring system for protected areas. This is the third report in a series examining terrestrial ecological impacts of visitor use. Reduce

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