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Visitor management policy of national parks, national wildlife areas and refuges in Canada and the United States: a policy analysis of public documents



Visitor management policy of national parks, national wildlife areas and refuges in Canada and the United States: a policy analysis of public documents



Leisure/Loisir 31(2): 475-499



The published visitor management policies of national parks, national wildlife areas and refuges in Canada and the United States are important components of the overall management system. This paper analyses how the visitor management policies that apply to all units operated by each agency compare to each other and compare to an ideal framework, using data from publicly-available sources.

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DOI: 10.1080/14927713.2007.9651392


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