Assessing demand for outdoor recreation

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Statementprepared for the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation by the Committee on Assessment of Semand for Outdoor Recreation Resources [et al].
ContributionsBureau of Outdoor Recreation., Committee on Assessment of Demand for Outdoor Recreation Resources.
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water-based tourism, sport, leisure, and recreation experiences have also grown due to broad societal changes resulting from industrialization, especially changes in working conditions, as already mentioned. It is also a consequence of a related demand for open space such as parks, recreational piers, and spaces within a File Size: KB. Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission: The impact of the growth of the Los Angeles Metropolitan Region in the demand for outdoor recreation facilities in Southern California, and / ([Los Angeles, Calif.]: [Real Estate Research Program, University of California, Los Angeles], []), also by Frederick E. Case and Los Angeles. Analyzing the mediators between nature-based outdoor recreation and emotional well-being. The data for this study were obtained from the Finnish national outdoor recreation demand inventory (LVVI) that is a large survey study measuring outdoor recreation in Finland. A.F. HayesAsymptotic and resampling strategies for assessing and Cited by: Description This book focuses on the issues and trends in outdoor, nature-based recreation, leisure and tourism and explores the implications for public policy, planning, management, and marketing. 37 chapters are organized into six parts: Society, factors/forces shaping demand for and use of resources; resources, what exists and how did we reach this point; participation, how we are using.

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Suggested Citation:"RECREATION IN THE CONTEXT OF SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC POLICY: POLICY PLANNING FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION." National Research Council. Assessing Demand for Outdoor Recreation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / ×. Suggested Citation:"PLANNING FOR OUTDOOR RECREATION: THE CONTEXT FOR DEMAND ANALYSIS."National Research Council.

Assessing Demand for Outdoor gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Assessing Demand for Outdoor Recreation. National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Assessment of Demand for Outdoor Recreation Resources. The Bureau, - Outdoor recreation - pages.

0 Reviews. Preview this book. Get this from a library. Assessing demand for outdoor recreation: prepared for the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, U.S. Dept. of the Interior. [National Research Council (U.S.).

Committee on Assessment of Demand for Outdoor Recreation Resources.; United States. Bureau of Outdoor Recreation.] -- Based on "a previous National Academy of Sciences (NAS) report under the sponsorship of the Bureau of.

Theory and techniques for assessing the demand and supply of outdoor recreation in the United States. Asheville, N.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book.

National outdoor recreation demand and supply in Finland: An assessment project Article (PDF Available) in Forestry 73(2) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. some of the claims that all people need outdoor recreation, although the demand is strong.

The more their argument for treating outdoor recreation as an economic product is accepted, the less relevant the question of need versus want becomes.

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Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers. The Bureau of Outdoor Recreation (BOR) was an agency of the United States Department of the Interior with the mission of planning outdoor recreation opportunities for the Interior Department and assisting private, local, and state organizations with their recreation planning.

BOR was founded by Secretarial Order in Apriland formally established with the passage of the National Outdoor. This book focuses on the issues and trends in outdoor, 'nature-based' recreation, leisure and tourism and explores the implications for public policy, planning, management and marketing.

It is intended as supplementary reading for advanced students and is a useful reference tool. Outdoor recreation is an economic colossus: its reach is massive, its wealth enormous, and its influence continues to grow as more boots hit the ground. You can see it in Joshua Tree’s crowded campgrounds or in Mount Tam’s trailhead parking lots; in the Appalachian Trail’s thru-hiking numbers or in REI’s record sales.

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation. Assessing demand for outdoor recreation / prepared for the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, U.S. Dept. of the Interior by the Committee on Assessment of Demand for Outdoor Recreation Resources, Assembly of Behavioral and Social Sciences, National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences U.S.

Dept. of the. Exploring the effects on demand for outdoor recreation Opportunities • Increased demand for outdoor recreation is anticipated on account of: Greater financial flexibility to spend on outdoor recreation.

A report for ‘Natural England’s’ outdoor recreation strategy. Assessing Recreation Demand & Supply. SORP Conference: Ap Oregon SCORP • A County-Level and Regional Planning Approach • Oregon Outdoor Recreation Resource/Facility Inventory • Oregon Outdoor Recreation Survey.

the pursuit of outdoor recreation. This spending occurs in two forms: the purchase of gear and vehicles, and dollars spent on trips and travel.

Gear purchases include anything for outdoor recreation, such as outdoor apparel and footwear, bicycles, skis, fishing waders, tents, rifles or backpacks. Vehicle purchases include vehicles and. Chapter Four - Outdoor Recreation Demand and Need appropriate methods for measuring current and future demand for outdoor recreation resources and facilities.

Since outdoor recreation resources and facilities are generally felt to be “free” goods and Assessing Need Each region’s level of File Size: KB.

U.S. Outdoor Recreation Participation Projections to By J.M. Bowker, Ashley Askew and Ken Cordell 1 In this [section], we develop and present national outdoor recreation participation projections for 17 recreation activities or activity composites through This charge is consistent with the Forest andFile Size: KB.

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation: Assessing demand for outdoor recreation / (Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, ), also by National Research Council (U.S.).

Committee on Assessment of Demand for Outdoor Recreation Resources (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) United States. Estimating Future Recreation Demand: A Decision Guide for the Practitioner 1 SECTION I Introduction Five factors motivated the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation) to develop this Demand Guide for estimating future recreation demand.

The concept and practice of measuring recreation demand has been confusing and often overlooked. Outdoor Recreation in America is back--fully revised and updated, with significant new material based on current statistics from a number of sources, including the latest U.S.

Census Bureau and the latest National Survey on the Environment. Now in its sixth edition, this book continues to lead the way in its comprehensive coverage of issues in this growing field. Outdoor Recreation: An Introduction provides students following courses in outdoor recreation, leisure and environmental studies with a comprehensive and informative overview of this broad and fascinating field.

Covering both theory and practice, and including case studies and examples from around the world, this is the first student text in outdoor recreation to draw on such a diverse range Cited by: 9. 2 Drivers and trends in the demand for outdoor recreation and nature tourism in Europe and the likely implications for policy and planning Recently a number of attempts have been made to try to anticipate the trends in outdoor recreation demand likely to result from changes already underway in society.

Responsive outdoor recreation resource planning must actively and interactively engage, early and often, the stakeholders, citizens, and others the planning organization is working to serve.

Considered planning will look carefully and comprehensively at the opportunities and constraints for achieving success.

Outdoor Recreation and Nature Tourism: A European Perspective 5 1 Introduction The places associated with outdoor recreation have always included forests, the coast, lakes and rivers, mountains and other spectacular scenery that is nowadays frequently designated as national park or similarly protected.

This paper advances a framework for mapping and assessing the relationships between ES capacity, flow and demand with a focus on the identification of unsatisfied demand.

The framework was tested in the Barcelona metropolitan region, Spain, considering two ES of critical relevance for the urban population: air purification and outdoor by: CLAWSON, M. Methods of Measuring the Demand for and Value of Outdoor Recreation.

Reprint No. 10, Resources for the Future, Washington, () Google Scholar Author: Ivor H. Seeley. OUTDOOR RECREATION DEMAND. Every state in the study area has a statewide comprehensive outdoor recreation plan (SCORP).

These documents, prepared with extensive public input, identify present and future needs for outdoor recreation in the state and recommend ways and means of. Introduction. Parks play an important role in disease prevention by promoting physical activity.

Objective 22–2 of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Healthy People (HP) national health objectives describes the need to increase the proportion of adults who engage in regular, moderate, or vigorous-intensity physical activity to 50% or more (USDHHS, ).Cited by: 8.

Publications. Outdoor Insider. Outdoor Insider focuses on the people, organizations, and products that are making an impact in the outdoor recreation and education community in an effort to inspire, educate, and motivate readers inside and outside of AORE.state truly assessed the demand for outdoor recreation "specific to the state and political jurisdictions thereof' (as required by federal rules), a sample of 90, persons would be required.

The most superficial examination of state plans argues for.Ecology 'This book explores policy issues and methods of analysis on timely recreation questions. The authors consider the tremendous demand for outdoor recreation opportunity, the availability of leisure time, and rising affluence.

The increased demand comes at a time when cities and industrial centers are spreading out over larger areas.