Dynamic management response to congestion in outdoor recreation areas
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Published by Carnegie-Mellon University, School of Urban and Public Affairs, Dept. of Architecture, College of Fine Arts, Institute of Physical Planning in [Pittsburgh] .
Written in English


  • Recreation areas -- Public use.,
  • Outdoor recreation -- Management.

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Edition Notes

Bibliography: leaves 30-31.

Statementby R. Gordon Cassidy, Alton J. Penz.
SeriesResearch report - Institute of Physical Planning ; no. 49
ContributionsPenz, Alton J., joint author.
LC ClassificationsGV191.66 .C37
The Physical Object
Pagination31 leaves ;
Number of Pages31
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4945782M
LC Control Number76373515

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