Mapping spatial dimensions of Wilderness recreation outcomes: a study of overnight users

@article{Drage2020MappingSD,
  title={Mapping spatial dimensions of Wilderness recreation outcomes: a study of overnight users},
  author={Erinn Drage and William L. Rice and Zachary D. Miller and Jennifer N. Newton and Ashley D. D'Antonio and Peter Newman and B. Derrick Taff},
  journal={eco.mont (Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research)},
  year={2020}
}
  • E. DrageW. Rice B. D. Taff
  • Published 2020
  • Environmental Science
  • eco.mont (Journal on Protected Mountain Areas Research)
Grand Teton National Park (GRTE) is a popular mountain recreation destination which, like many National Park Service (NPS) units, has experienced a significant increase in visitation in recent years, with total visits increasing by 27% between 2014 and 2017 (NPS 2020). Particularly popular within GRTE is the String and Leigh Lakes (SLL) area, which is a favoured alpine destination for numerous day-use recreation activities and also an important starting point for backcountry and overnight… 

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