PPt 8 Land - AT is Nature-Based so it needs access to land and water Accessible areas must meet client needs Skills Conditions Costs User conflicts

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AT is Nature-Based so it needs access to land and water. Accessible areas must meet client needs: Skills Conditions Costs User conflicts are common. Agencies control access and use.
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Many protected areas have conditions set by governing agencies: Time of year Time of day Group size Equipment regulations
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Requirements for operators: Business activity Safety – Specific to activity Medical considerations - ARC Wilderness First Aid (WFA) Pre-conditions of clients Training of guides/staff Environmental certification Company Guides/staff – Leave No Trace (LNT) Insurance Fees
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Conflict between different users: Same Activity Crowding Reservations – booking – time slots Different Activities Asymmetry of impact: Hunters vs. Watchers Boaters vs. Fishers Motorized vs. Non-motorized Bikers vs. Horseback vs. Hikers vs. Runners
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Spatial Separation – “Gotta keep ‘em separated” Zoning Permits Designated tracks Timing – Requires communication
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Wealth & technology driving counter- urbanization. Recreational lifestyle leading amenity migration
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Socio-economic differences Land use transformation Agriculture – recreation – amenity migration Living where you want – not where you work Recreational opportunities Growth of Creative/Knowledge based economies Work from home
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Wealthy professional Uses communications technology Retirees Career changes – simpler life Short termers Refugees - Vacationers Enjoys outdoor activities Protection of land tenure – maintain value
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course HTM 268 taught by Professor Robertr.robins during the Spring '11 term at Grand Valley State University.

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PPt 8 Land - AT is Nature-Based so it needs access to land and water Accessible areas must meet client needs Skills Conditions Costs User conflicts

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