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Foundations of Conservation Leadership and Management

by: Burnice Wilkinson

Foundations of Conservation Leadership and Management CSS 287

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Burnice Wilkinson on Friday October 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CSS 287 at University of Idaho taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/227803/css-287-university-of-idaho in Computational Social Science at University of Idaho.

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Date Created: 10/23/15
x NOWJgtWN Fall 2007 General Review Questions for Final Exam CSS 287 Principles of Resource Recreation amp Tourism Two major strategies to allocate scarce natural resources among the growing population of users involve zoning and rationing Can you explain several different kinds of each ofthese What is the ROS and what are the six zones that are described under the ROS What are the five phases ofthe Outdoor Recreation Experience What does LAC mean What is at the heart ofthe LAC process What are some examples of indicators and standards that could be used in the LAC process What are some disadvantages and some advantages of the LAC process Recreation carrying capacity focuses people s attention on the wrong question What is that wrong question Why is it the wrong question Define recreation carrying capacity and underline the key components ofthis definition Why is the link between satisfaction and crowding so often very weak in outdoor recreation What is recreation displacement Give two examples Can you give examples of people who no longer use a recreation area but the reason they no longer come is NOT recreation displacement What is asymmetrical antipathy in outdoor recreation Give different examples What is the last settler syndrome Why should a manager even care or what will happen if the manager doesn t recognize this syndrome Describe two ways that peakflow experiences or edgework may affect natural resource based recreation and tourism management How does the behavioral definition of outdoor recreation differ from the activity definition be sure to list the essential elements Using the behavioral definition can you explain how an activity like bicycling changes depending upon the physical social and managerial setting Is a person s perception of crowding stable and fixed over most settings How do people s perceptions of crowding relative to encounters differ for a wilderness versus an apartment party Could you graphically display this comparison In large outdoor recreation areas there are different kinds of capacities that serve to limit how many people can use a particular area or site such as facilities capacities physical capacities ecological capacities and social capacities Can you explain these and give examples of these Define recreation conflict and explain by giving two examples If I get mad because I didn t catch any fish would you say I am experiencing recreation conflict If I get mad because when I use myjetski people on the banks scream at me because they have fishing lines in the way am experiencing recreation conflict Why or why not What is crowding and how is it related to privacy personal space and territoriality Can you define each of these terms When there is a LOT of conflict in outdoor recreation people quit coming displacement however in reality the conflict is seldom that serious What is more common is that people use coping behaviors What is coping and what are some ofthe strategies used to deal with stress in outdoor recreation What are examples of different kinds of displacement How is ecotourism different from mass or commercial tourism of even nature tourism What was the most surprising thing you learned while doing your interview assignment Can you name three or more kinds of vandalism and illustrate these How would you define vandalism


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