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recreation opportunity spectrum

Roger N Clark

recreation opportunity spectrum

a framework for planning, management, and research

by Roger N Clark

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Outdoor recreation -- United States,
  • Recreation -- United States -- Management

  • Edition Notes

    StatementRoger N. Clark and George H. Stankey
    SeriesUSDA Forest Service general technical report PNW ; 98, General technical report PNW -- 98
    ContributionsStankey, George H., joint author, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.), United States. Forest Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13603150M

      The Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) represents the degree of service available according to proximity to roads and residential areas. It combines the potential opportunities offered by nature and a proximity map to derive nine categories: three levels of recreation provision (low, medium and high provision) and three degrees of proximity (from proximal to remote). The Tourism Opportunity Spectrum (TOS) is a valuable tool for assessing tourism viability and host community-visitor relationships (Butler & Waldbrook ). TOS is based tangentially off of the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) and relies on important tourism conditions of. site access, compatibility of other uses.

    Water recreation opportunity spectrum (WROS) users' guidebook / Title: Water recreation opportunity spectrum (WROS) users' guidebook / Author: Aukerman, Robert: Author: Haas, Glenn S. This is an uncurated book entry from our extended bookshelves, readable . Recreational opportunity spectrum this information sets up a spectrum of recreation opportunity as a basis for recreation planning. ros is defined by. Data Basin Dataset,recreation,alaska,ros ,chugach national forest,ros, recreational opportunity spectrum,resource management plan: thumbnail: id.

    This article will outline how a number of fragmented recreation management frameworks such as the recreation experience model, beneficial outcomes, the recreation opportunity spectrum, limits of acceptable change, and constraints theory can be organized within a larger social-ecological framework. Spectrum Education shares easy-to-implement strategies, techniques and teaching resources to help students, parents & teachers with advanced study skills. Our conference & Teachers Matter Magazine helps create more effective learning environments & classrooms in New Zealand, Australia & worldwide.


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Recreation opportunity spectrum by Roger N Clark Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Recreation Opportunity Spectrum ROS is a tool used to support definition and management of diverse outdoor recreation opportunities. It is based on the assumption that a range of factors (e.g., ease of access, density of use) contribute to recreation experiences, and through arraying various combinations recreation opportunity spectrum book theseFile Size: 2MB.

(ROS)A continuum of land types that is used in the USA to characterize recreation opportunities in terms of setting, activity, and experience opportunities. The spectrum contains six classes: primitive area, semi‐primitive non‐motorized area, semi‐primitive motorized area, roaded natural area, rural area, and.

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Recreational Opportunity Spectrum Description Recreational Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) is a means of identifying and determining the diversity of recreation opportunities for a natural area or a group of natural areas.

It is based on the recreation opportunity spectrum book that visitor services quality is best assured by providing an array of opportunities suited to the full File Size: 24KB. Recreation Opportunity Spectrum views (6 recent) Published by the Ministry of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development - Recreation Sites and Trails BC Licensed under Open Government Licence - British Columbia.

The Wilderness Opportunity Spectrum (WOS) provides a way to describe the variations in the degree of isolation from the sounds and influences of people, and the amount of recreation visitor use in designated Wilderness. There are four WOS classes: Pristine, Primitive, Semi-Primitive, and Transition.

Rich forest resources are an asset of Beijing, and the number of forest recreationists has increased rapidly since the s. To control the environmental impact of recreational activities and satisfy people’s diverse demands, a forest recreation opportunity spectrum (FROS) was designed for the suburban mountainous region of Beijing.

Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) ROS is based on the premise that people expect certain levels of development related to the character of the setting and the type of recreation they prefer. Recall, we (future managers) want to Provide recreation opportunities (for) Preferred activities (in).

Among them, the Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) is the most widely known and applied framework (Manning, ). The framework provides managers a systematic way to consider the combination of biophysical, social, and managerial attributes present in an area and then create recreation opportunities based upon their combination.

Recreation Opportunity Spectrum for River Management. The following Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (ROS) characterizations and matrices mirror the presentation in the ROS Primer and Field Guide, the ROS Users Guide and the ROS book. It is also referenced in, and consistent with, the December National ROS Mapping Protocol.

ROS for. The Recreation Opportunity Spectrum Recreation on our National Forests is more than just camping, fishing, and hiking. Research has shown that people choose a specific setting for each of these activities in order to realize a desired set of experiences.

For example, camping in a large undeveloped setting with difficult access and few facilities. Chapter 2-Recreation Opportunity Spectrum. Chapter 3-Trail Layout. Chapter 4-Standards for Trail Construction. Chapter 5- Trail Structures.

Chapter 6-Support Structures. Chapter 7-Signs. Chapter 8-Safety for Trail Workers. Chapter 9- Maintenance. Chapter Selecting the Right Tool. Appendix 1- Construction Specifications. Appendix 2 -Trail. Driver, B. Recreation opportunity spectrum: Basic concepts and use in land management planning.

Paper read at towards serving visitors and managing our resources. In Proceedings of a North American workshop on visitor management in parks and protected areas. February 14–17, Waterloo, Ontario: University of Waterloo. The Water and Land Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (WALROS) Handbook (Handbook) is designed to be flexible and adaptive.

As more people and agencies apply WALROS in different locations and circumstances, we will collectively learn from experience and be able to improve WALROS. Your comments, questions, and suggestions are encouraged. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.

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Drew Alan Cavin. Clemson University, - pages. 0 Reviews. influence the opportunities for recreation; and describe uses of the spectrum concept for identifying and measuring the consequences of alter-native allocations of and management actions on opportunities for outdoor recreation.

Figure A recreation opportunity setting includes features provided by nature or management and associated with. reference Reclamation’s Water and Land Recreation Opportunity Spectrum Handbook [WALROS]). • Recreation master plans prepared for the area.

• Availability of water for flush toilets, showers, laundry, etc. • Number of pullthrough sites with shade shelters. The Wilderness Recreation Opportunity Spectrum (WROS) provides a way to describe the variations in the degree of isolation from the sounds and influences of people, and the amount of recreation visitor use.

There are four WROS classes: Pristine, Primitive, Semi-Primitive, and Transition. Pristine. The Recreational Opportunity Spectrum can be used to gauge the amount of "wildness" you want in a park or forest, weighed against the needs you have for support infrastructure. (#). Recreation -- United States -- Management.

Outdoor recreation -- United States. The recreation opportunity spectrum: a framework for planning, management, and research / Roger N. Clark and George H. Stankey. Water recreation opportunity spectrum (WROS) users' guidebook.

Lakewood, Colo.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Office of Program and Policy Services, [] (OCoLC)Title: Recreational opportunity spectrum 1 Recreational opportunity spectrum 2 Recreational Opportunity Spectrum.

The basic idea behind ROS is that people should be provided with a range of recreation.Water recreation opportunity spectrum (WROS) users' guidebook by Robert Aukerman,U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Office of Program and Policy Services edition, in English.