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Four reports were produced following the 1999 Missouri-Madison Recreation Survey administered by ITRR for PPL Montana from May 1999 through September 1999. The primary purpose of the study is to provide an update to the information from the 1994-95 study which was used for development of the comprehensive recreation management plan for the corridor.This report provides an analysis of Lewis & Clark Enthusiasts compared to other, Non-Enthusiast visitors at recreation sites along the Missouri River during the study period.
Missouri-Madison recreation, river corridor recreation, recreation management planning, recreation sites, economic impacts from recreation use, Lewis and Clark
© 2000 ITRR
McMahon, Kim, "1999 Missouri-Madison Recreation Survey: Analysis of Lewis and Clark Enthusiasts in the Missouri-Madison Corridor" (2000). Institute for Tourism and Recreation Research Publications. 217.