Nevada Fall Corridor : a cultural landscape report
Gerdes, Marti M.
This study describes existing conditions, evaluates significance and historic integrity, and recommends treatment strategies to preserve historic elements of the Nevada Fall Corridor cultural landscape in Yosemite National Park. It reports findings from field investigation that examined and inventoried landscape features such as stone retaining walls, treadway material, bridges and causeways, and water features on both current-use and abandoned trail segments. The site was examined numerous times over a three-month period, with a followup visit one year later. Libraries and other archives were consulted for written and photographic historic documentation, which were analyzed against current conditions. The process also involved review of comparison documents as well as national guidelines set forth by the National Park Service.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Binghamton Metropolitan Greenway Study : trail master plans, design guidelines and implementation strategies for riverbank trail development Trowbridge & Wolf Landscape Architects; Stantec Consulting; Bicycle Federation of America; Binghamton Metropolitan Transportation Study (Trowbridge & Wolf Landscape Architects Planners, 1999-12-06)
Lincoln City-Lancaster County Planning Commission; Recreational Trails Advisory Committee (Lincoln, Neb.) (Lincoln City/Lancaster County Planning Dept., 1992)
Journal of Environmental Law & Litigation : Vol. 21, No. 1, p. 113-140 : Are Congress and the Executive Branch Fiddling While Rome Burns? The Impact of Fire as a Hazardous-Fuels Reduction Tool on Clean Air and Communities in the Sierra Nevada Perez, Jerome E. (University of Oregon School of Law, 2006)This article provides an overview of the use of prescribed and wildland-use fires on federal lands, Congress’ expectations of federal land managers to reduce the level of fuel loads on these public lands, an overview ...