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2015 National Park Visitor Spending Effects Economic Contributions to Local Communities, States

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The National Park Service, Natural Resource Stewardship and Science office in Fort Collins, Colorado, publishes a range of reports that address natural resource topics. These reports are of interest and applicability to a broad audience in the National Park Service and others in natural resource management, including scientists, conservation and environmental constituencies, and the public.

The Natural Resource Report Series is used to disseminate comprehensive information and analysis about natural resources and related topics concerning lands managed by the National Park Service. The series supports the advancement of science, informed decision-making, and the achievement of the National Park Service mission. The series also provides a forum for presenting more lengthy results that may not be accepted by publications with page limitations.

All manuscripts in the series receive the appropriate level of peer review to ensure that the
information is scientifically credible, technically accurate, appropriately written for the intended audience, and designed and published in a professional manner.

Document: Visitor-Spending-Effects-NPS.pdf  PDF icon

Author(s): Catherine Cullinane Thomas and Lynne Koontz

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