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Impact of trampling on natural ecosystems in the cradle mountain‐lake St Clair National Park
SUMMARY Approximately 8,000 walkers used the Cradle Mountain‐Lake St Clair National Park in 1979/80. They and their predecessors had created a maze of tracks, 29 per cent of which were in a poor… Expand
[Sociological viewpoints on the role of family in rehabilitation].
- S. Calais
- Sociology, Medicine
- Zeitschrift fur die gesamte Hygiene und ihre…
- 1 May 1972
Tree species regeneration after logging in temperate rainforest, Tasmania
Selective mechanized logging for Athrotaxis selaginoides in temperate rainforest south of Rosebery in western Tasmania has resulted in a maze of logging tracks and associated destruction of part of… Expand
Track management in national parks, a case study: Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park; Management of tracks in the Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park.
Analysis of visitor impact on the environments of the Cradle Mountain Lake St. Clair National Park and implications for recreational management
- S. Calais
The Cradle Mountain - Lake.St. Clair National Park is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state, having 135,000 day visitors and 16,000 daywalkers and back-country walkers in… Expand