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Recreation and the forest site

Recreation and the forest site

Jour Forest 60(5): 319-321

Prolonged, concentrated recreational use results in severe soil compaction, changed soil characteristics, and reduced growth of trees. These observations tend to support the belief that safe carrying capacities should be developed to help perpetuate forest recreation resources.

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