Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Outdoor Recreation 2810 Description: An examination of the consequences of human use activities on biophysical components, functions and processes within protected ecosystems. The course provides theoretical and applied introductions to visitor impact monitoring, assessment, evaluation and management techniques. The application of these methods is illustrated with case studies on impacts related to a variety of recreation and tourism activities, visitor facility developments and associated park management operations.

OUTD 3811 Biophysical Dimensions of Human Use in Parks and Protected Area Management

Credit Weight: 0.5 Prerequisite(s): Outdoor Recreation 2810 Description: An examination of the consequences of human use activities on biophysical components, functions and processes within protected ecosystems. The course provides theoretical and applied introductions to visitor impact monitoring, assessment, evaluation and management techniques. The application of these methods is illustrated with case studies on impacts related to a variety of recreation and tourism activities, visitor facility developments and associated park management operations.




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