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demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses

Thomas A. More

demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses

a review of the literature

by Thomas A. More

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Published by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station in Broomall, Pa .
Written in English

  • Bird watching -- United States,
  • Outdoor recreation -- United States,
  • Wildlife conservation -- United States,
  • Wildlife refuges -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Thomas A. More.
    SeriesGeneral technical report NE -- 52.
    ContributionsNortheastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, Pa.), United States. Forest Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination16 p. ;
    Number of Pages16
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17614291M

    Nonconsumptive wildlife use in the midwest and southeast: Regional funding attitudes and implications for forestry Southern Forest Economics Workers-Midwest Forest Economists (SOFEW-MWFE) ; Focused recreation use in riparian ecosystems: a taxonomy of user types. In Riparian Ecosystems and Their Management: Reconciling Conflicting Uses.

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The report reviews the literature demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses book to these : T. More. Non Consumptive Uses of Wildlife.

STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. hayley_pak6. Terms in this set (15) Non- Consumptive Uses of Wildlife - Any non- hunting or demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses book extractive use - Wildlife feeding.

An alternative method of estimating relative demand among nonconsumptive uses of wildlife and among wildlife species is proposed. A demand intensity score (DIS), derived from the relative extent of an individual's involvement in outdoor recreation and conservation activities, is used as a weighting device to adjust the importance of preference rankings for wildlife uses Author: Gary G.

Gray, Gary G. Gray, Joseph S. Larson. Although wildlife watching tourism and wildlife tourism are both demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses book with ecotourism, there is an important difference between them: wildlife watching tourism is non-consumptive (Cong et Author: Pascal Tremblay.

challenges in managing consumptive and nonconsumptive uses of the park and its resources while at the same time protecting wilderness values. When it was created, efforts were demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses book to protect the fragile resources of its varied ecosystems while at the same time honoring well-established traditions of human use within the park.

Demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses book theAuthor: Vicki Snitzler, Barbara Cellarius. Biological Conservation 53 () Non-Consumptive Wildlife-Oriented Recreation: A Conceptual Framework David A. Duffus & Philip Dearden Department of Geography, University of Victoria, PO BoxVictoria, British Columbia, Canada V8W 2Y2 (Received 7 June ; revised version received 20 December ; accepted 11 January ) ABSTRACT Cited by: cluding wildlife and wildlife habitat.

This pa-per evaluates available information on the ef-fects of nonconsumptive outdoor recreation on wildlife in order to bring attention to, and provide a better understanding of, the rela-tionship between recreationists and wildlife.

' Contribution of Colorado Cooperative Wildlife. Name five examples of consumptive uses of wildlife and five examples of nonconsumptive uses of wildlife.

What facts, if any. are given by consumptive users to defend their position, and what facts, if any. are given by nonconsumptive users to defend their posi- tion. Describe differences. if any, in the ways and rea. a demand for various nontimber values.

Nonconsumptive wildlife recreation is an important nontimber service produced on forest and rangeland. Travel cost models and data from the National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation are used to estimate the demand and value for nonconsumptive wildlife-associated recreation.

But in fact diverse interest groups demand an array of competing, often conflicting, uses of these lands: mining, timber harvesting, domestic livestock grazing, consumptive and nonconsumptive wildlife uses, recreation, water harvest, and energy production.

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(shelved 1 time as wildlife-conservation) avg rating — 2, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Non-Consumptive Wildlife Tourism and Community-Based Conservation: a Case Study in Yunnan, China Abstract Wildlife tourism is a specialized, yet important, aspect of the tourism market.

It has been heralded as a way to secure sustainable economic benefits while supporting wildlife conservation and local communities. Water is valued for consumptive uses such as agriculture and for nonconsumptive uses such as habitat.

And water supply is subject to significant fluctuations, leading to drought and flooding. The key issues are managing consumption, so that uses with high social value are adequately served, and augmenting storage facilities to smooth out the.

Forestry involves the use and management of forest resources. Forest uses can be divided into two categories: nonconsumptive and consumptive. Nonconsumptive uses, which remove little from the forest, include watershed protection, wildlife and.

Consumptive vs Non-consumptive Utilization of Wildlife Resources. there is a constant international demand for ivory.

Unfortunately, most African economies are poor and wildlife conservation has to compete with many pressing demands for public money, such as the provision of public housing, sanitation projects, health care (particularly. Chapter 8: Consumptive and Non-consumptive Recreation What is outdoor recreation.

Carry ing out wilder ness base d activities for our persona l enjoy ment. As a fe w examples, 75 of NL ’s are hunt ers, almost fish for sport, about 50 File Size: 36KB. Estimated participation by the US population of 16 years and over infor selected categories, was as follows: 55% (93 million) participated in some form of nonconsumptive use of wildlife; 46% (79 million) enjoyed wildlife while on a trip away from home and, of these, 28 million took trips primarily for nonconsumptive enjoyment of wildlife; and 54% (89 million) enjoyed Cited by: 2.

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This is a page-turner. The demand for nonconsumptive wildlife uses: a review of the literature / (Broomall, Pa.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Forest Experiment Station, ), by Thomas A. More, Pa.) Northeastern Forest Experiment Station (Radnor, and United States Forest Service (page images at HathiTrust).

Suggested Citation:"Wildlife Values in a Changing World."National Research Council. Land Use and Wildlife gton, DC: The. • A survey by the US Fish and Wildlife service found that, in the USA alone - million participated in at least one type of wildlife-watching activity including observing, feeding, or photographing wildlife - up 40% from - generated 45 billion dollars On the RiseFile Size: 1MB.

Some uses of wildlife are intensive and must be subject to control. Others are casual, nonconsumptive, and productive of mass benefits. Management in the public interest must be based on an understanding of our long-term predispositions, changing social and environmental conditions, and the best possible appraisal of expectations for the future.

Defining Wildlife Management • Wildlife Management: • “Game management is the art of making land produce sustained annual crops of wild game for recreational use.” Leopold • “the management of wildlife populations in the context of the ecosystem.” Sinclair et al.

• “the application of ecological knowledge toFile Size: KB. book that controlled, consumptive uses of wildlife, such as touristic hunting, can benefit flora, fauna, and local communities much more than certain nonconsumptive forms of tourism. Bonner begins his treatise by comparing the Africans' view of wildlife to that held by the American pioneers: the wilderness and wild animals are to.

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The Ohio State University Full text of "Nonconsumptive Outdoor Recreation: An Annotated Bibliography of Human-Wildlife Interactions" See other formats. There is a long history of using marine species for consumptive purposes, but the demand for non-consumptive uses of wildlife—particularly for recreational activities has been also growing rapidly, worldwide.

The story is not different in Australia where visitors/tourists regularly expect to interact with different types of wildlife such asCited by: Wildlife tourism helps the preservation of the natural balance and ecology. Higginbottom () supports that: it “is [ ] far more conductive to wildlife conservation than most alternative uses of the land”, e.g.

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Jee W Hwang, "Temporal reliability test of nonconsumptive wildlife recreation benefits constructed from choke price data," Economics Bulletin, AccessEcon, vol. 32(1), pages Cristina Bernini & Maria Francesca Cracolici, "Is Participation in Tourism Market an Opportunity for Everyone.

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Books with the subject: Wildlife Conservation. Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. consumptive wildlife users, the National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation included, for the first time, a detailed segment on nonconsumptive wildlife use.

Through a screening interview administered by tele­ phone, nonconsumptive users were identified based upon the types of activities in which they engaged.

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