International Journal of Wilderness
Forest Management | Forest Sciences | Life Sciences
In order to manage special provisions in U.S. wilderness, several research products are needed. Minimally, a complete understanding of the legislative intent of the provision, in-depth understanding of the deep meanings held by the particular stakeholder community of interest, and some knowledge about the larger population of interest are needed. In this study of jet boat use on the Salmon River in the Frank Church– River of No Return Wilderness, a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods were used to understand the attachment jet boat users have to the activity and the place.
Watson, Alan E.; Patterson, Michael; Christensen, Neal; Puttkammer, Annette; and Meyer, Shannon, "Legislative Intent, Science and Special Provisions in Wilderness: A Process for Navigating Statutory Compromises" (2004). Forest Management Faculty Publications. 26.