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Though a central purpose for the creation and management of parks, visitation inevitably affects the natural resources of parks. This is particularly true at campsites, where visitation and its effects are concentrated. This paper presents partial results from a survey of National Park Service managers regarding general strategies and specific actions implemented by park managers to address campsite impact problems.
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Campsite impact management: A survey of National Park Service backcountry managers
U. S. Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station