Project funded through USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Seattle, WA
Human ecology, Washington -- Olympic Peninsula, Cultural services, Landscape values, Geographic information systems, Mapping
This presentation focuses on the Olympic Peninsula mapping project objectives:
- Develop and test a method for mapping sociocultural values at a Bioregional scale
- Test techniques for analyzing spatialized sociocultural values data
- Explore ways to integrate spatialized sociocultural values into forest management planning
Besser, Diane; McLain, Rebecca J.; Cerveny, Lee; and Banis, David, "Assessing Cultural Ecosystem Services using GIS-Based Landscape Values Mapping. Case Study: Olympic Peninsula Human Ecology Mapping Project" (2013). Institute for Sustainable Solutions Publications and Presentations. 86.