The indicator performance estimate approach to determining acceptable wilderness conditions View Full Text


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DATE

1994-11

AUTHORS

Steven Hollenhorst, Lisa Gardner

ABSTRACT

Using data from a study conducted in the Cranberry Wilderness Area of West Virginia, United States, this paper describes how a modified importance—performance approach can be used to prioritize wilderness indicators and determine how much change from the pristine is acceptable. The approach uses two key types of information: (1) indicator importance, or visitor opinion as to which wilderness indicators have the greatest influence on their experience, and (2) management performance, or the extent to which actual indicator conditions exceed or are within visitor expectations. Performance was represented by calculating indicator performance estimates (IPEs), as defined by standardized differences between actual conditions and visitor preferences for each indicator. The results for each indicator are then presented graphically on a four-quadrant matrix for objective interpretation. Each quadrant represents a management response: keep up the good work, concentrate here, low priority, or possible overkill. The technique allows managers to more systematically and effectively utilize information routinely collected during the limits of acceptable change wilderness planning process. More... »

PAGES

901-906

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1993-03. Defining acceptable conditions in wilderness in ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
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