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Analysis of boater pass data on the Deschutes River

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dc.creator Johnson, Rebecca L., 1955-
dc.creator Steigerwald, Denise
dc.creator Cappaert, Marlys
dc.creator Institute for Natural Resources
dc.date.accessioned 2005-07-25T14:03:28Z
dc.date.available 2005-07-25T14:03:28Z
dc.date.issued 2002-12-02
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1957/136
dc.description.abstract A number of different systems have been used to estimate boater use over the 1990-2001 period, making it difficult to trace the source of discrepancies in the final estimates. For example, the boater passes have changed over the years. From 1990-92, boaters would simply check off the river segments they were intending to boat. After 1992, they were asked for their launch and take-out locations, and after 1997, the check boxes were taken off the boater pass form. There have also been differences in how incomplete or inaccurate boater passes have been handled. Finally, there are differences in the computer programs that transform the boater pass data into segment and overall use estimates. Without agreement and confidence in the boater use estimates, management decisions become difficult. The interested parties were unable to come to an agreement about the reasons for the boater use level discrepancies, and asked the Institute for Natural Resources (INR) to research the issue. en
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dc.language.iso en_US en
dc.subject Deschutes en
dc.subject River en
dc.subject Boating en
dc.subject Pass en
dc.subject Oregon Parks and Recreation Department en
dc.subject Bureau of Land Management en
dc.subject Discrepancies en
dc.subject Institute for Natural Resources en
dc.title Analysis of boater pass data on the Deschutes River en
dc.type Other en
dc.subject-broad Environment and Conservation


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