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GEOG 393. Geography of Outdoor Recreation

Credits: 3
Department: Geography
Description: Perception, use, and management of amenity resources for recreation and tourism on U.S. public lands.
Semester Offered: Fall
Grading Method: ABCDF

Student Learning Outcomes

1. Assess the value of geographic resources (physical and cultural) as a catalyst for tourism, and summarize the importance of conservation in protecting these resources.
2. Describe the creation and historical evolution of land management agencies in the United States as it relates to outdoor recreation/tourism.
3. Specify dominant attractions and resources located within individual national parks, forests, refuges and other public lands.
4. Analyze outdoor recreation locations.

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