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Recreation planning in the White Mountains National Recreation Area. The Recreation-Opportunity-Spectrum system



Recreation planning in the White Mountains National Recreation Area. The Recreation-Opportunity-Spectrum system



Agroborealis 15: 18-23



The White Mountains Area is representative of many other areas in Alaska: untapped recreational opportunities, large acreages, and potential conflicts in resource allocation. The application of the Recreational Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) to the Area is outlined.

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