Evergreen Ecological Observation Network (EEON)

Human Impacts


In 2009, a group of researchers conducted a human impacts assessment of the TESC EEON network. Their project involved interviews with local forest users, trailhead surveys, and counts of users. They conducted a thorough mapping project to determine density, location, and type of all non-official human structures (dump sites, structures, abandoned campsites, ec.). They compiled the work in a single presentation and paper.  The paper is posted here. Contact us if you have any further questions about this interesting project!

2 Responses

  1. Incredible project (mapping the Evergreen State forest)! the researches are to be commended. Great work.

    Ed Mueller

    December 6, 2009 at 7:22 pm

  2. Cecelia Ungari

    This is a great project! Thanks for doing this research and sharing it with the wider community.
    I was curious to know if all the dog walkers are picking up after their pets, and if there was a main type of garbage found (plastic, paper, camping items, etc).

    December 7, 2009 at 2:08 pm

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