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. Wilderness users in the Pacific Northwest: their characteristics, values, and management preferences. Wilderness areas Northwest, Pacific; Wilderness areas Northwest Pacific Visitors. Eagle Cap, Three Sisters, and Glacier Peak Wilderness areas, respectively. The degree of correlation of response to each statement with wildernism scores is also indicated by the presence of a gamma statistic. The gamma statistics have, in turn, been classified as indi- cating relatively strong, moderate, or slight correlation between wildernism scores and reaction to the suggested management policies. Wilderne

. Wilderness users in the Pacific Northwest: their characteristics, values, and management preferences. Wilderness areas Northwest, Pacific; Wilderness areas Northwest Pacific Visitors. Eagle Cap, Three Sisters, and Glacier Peak Wilderness areas, respectively. The degree of correlation of response to each statement with wildernism scores is also indicated by the presence of a gamma statistic. The gamma statistics have, in turn, been classified as indi- cating relatively strong, moderate, or slight correlation between wildernism scores and reaction to the suggested management policies. Wilderne Stock Photo
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. Wilderness users in the Pacific Northwest: their characteristics, values, and management preferences. Wilderness areas Northwest, Pacific; Wilderness areas Northwest Pacific Visitors. Eagle Cap, Three Sisters, and Glacier Peak Wilderness areas, respectively. The degree of correlation of response to each statement with wildernism scores is also indicated by the presence of a gamma statistic. The gamma statistics have, in turn, been classified as indi- cating relatively strong, moderate, or slight correlation between wildernism scores and reaction to the suggested management policies. Wilderness-User Attitudes Toward Management Policies I. User attitudes on administration of wil- derness-type areas. — Four questionnaire statements were related to the administration of wilderness-type areas. Response to these statements indicated the following: Three out of four persons felt that admin- istrators of wilderness-type areas should be specially trained and their task recognized as different from administration of other types of wild land. Not surprisingly, the more wildernist respondents showed a stronger tendency to feel this way than did other users. Almost eight out of 10 persons agreed that wilderness-type areas should be adminis- tered as units distinct from adjacent lands that may be devoted to harvesting timber and other resources. The more wildernist users showed a moderately stronger tend- ency to feel this way. Sixty-five percent of the respondents dis- agreed with the statement, "it is not neces- sary to patrol wilderness-type areas regu- larly," with the more wildernist users dis- playing a slightly stronger tendency to feel this way. About two out of 10 persons didn't feel regular patrol was necessary, and 15 percent were neutral. Six out of 10 persons did not feel that all cleanup duties in wilderness-type areas should be handled by employed personnel on regular schedules, but about two out of 10 persons supported "all cleanup by employed p

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