Restoration of Forests, Grasslands, and Wetlands Damaged by Off-Highway Vehicles
Author(s): Eubanks, Ellen; Biebighauser, Thomas. 2014
The purpose of this guide is to provide information on recognizing damage caused by Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV) to ecosystems. It also provides information on how to restore ecosystems. In this guide damage is defined as the long-term and “acute and obvious changes in an ecosystem” (SER 2004). The desired condition of restoration is the return of a self-sustaining ecosystem. This guide was written to be instructional for all readers especially for those associated with trail design, layout, maintenance, and restoration. This includes technicians, recreation planners, landscape architects, engineers, site managers, and resource managers. This guide is divided into three chapters, six appendixes, and a glossary.
The book is 38MB. Please be patient when downloading it.
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