Outdoor Recreation: United States National Parks, Forests, and Public Lands
This book provides a comprehensive look at outdoor recreational
resources of the United States: Where they are, their history, how
they are used, and how they might be managed. It covers forest
service, national parks service, fish & wildlife service, and
the Army Corp of Engineers that has jurisdiction over 1/4 of the
land in the United States. It fits well with the forestry, wildland
watershed management, waterfowl management and other titles in
ecology and environmental management.
Recreational Resources: Basic Concepts and Use. Recreational Resources: Background and Sectors. National Parks: Concept and System. National Parks: Alaska. National Parks: The Lower 49 States. National Parks: Other Areas--The Lower 49 States. National Forest System: Evolution and Extent. National Forest System: Recreational Planning and Management. National Forest System: Recreational Facilities and Use. National Forest System: Case Studies. National Wildlife Refuge System. Bureau of Land Management. Army Corps of Engineers, Bureau of Reclamation, Tennessee Valley Authority and Indian Lands. Amenity Resources: Wilderness, Rivers, Trails, Seashores, and Lakeshores. Epilogue. Appendices. Index.