Corpus ID: 92992147

Assessing impacts of traffi c on large mammals in Denali National Park and Preserve

@inproceedings{Karstens2010AssessingIO,
  title={Assessing impacts of traffi c on large mammals in Denali National Park and Preserve},
  author={Harry Karstens},
  year={2010}
}
  • Harry Karstens
  • Published 2010
  • CREATED AS A WILDL IFE SANCTUARY IN 1917 , Denali National Park (Denali) remains a spectacular place to view large mammals in their natural habitat. Shortly after the park was established, Superintendent Harry Karstens realized that one of the most urgent needs was “a main artery road through the upper passes” (Norris 2006). The National Park Service (NPS) envisioned a road that would allow visitors access to “the best possible views and vistas of the country” (Norris 2006). The Denali Park… CONTINUE READING

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