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ORec Study GuideRunte and Spim PRTM 201 What is the concept of professional Understand the three waves of conservation and who the people were that were part of each wave What characterizes each Remember they come after the acquisition period but they do correspond with actual periodstext is very clear Hintlook at the list of sig events in history and link some with the wave they are part of This is a good way to segment the history I went over and how your book does this it will help you study the history chapter Note from the graph on p 53 what happened to NP visitation after the second wave Be able to give clear examples of land ownership and management of recreation in the private NGO and Public realm Why is partnering among groups bene cial for site management Explain the assessment of outdoor recreation resources 4 themes listed on pages 7879 Why is sciencebased management important This requires that you can explain rst what it is p 164 Explain ABM EBM and BBM 12 sentences about each that display understanding of overarching concepts in each Explain ROS from the three components managerial physical and social How does a more regional approach like Ecosystem Management help us with management problems and decisionmaking Remember is also a philosophy towards management as well as a holistic approach p 180 From Spim What are some of the places designed by Olmstead who did he design central park with and what design elements id he well known for at least two From RUNTE What is the importance of Yellowstone National Park preface How did the early parks help us form a national identity hint explain monumentalism Do we still know this identity today How did artists help with this
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