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Mitigating budget constraints on visitation volume surveys: the case of U.S. National forests
Stratified random sampling (SRS) provides a scientifically based estimate of a population comprising mutually exclusive, homogenous subgroups. In the National Visitor Use Monitoring (NVUM) program, SRS is used to estimate recreation visitation and visitor characteristics across activities on National forests. However, with rising costs and declining budgets, carrying out an annually established SRS poses challenges in how and where to reduce sampling while maintaining statistical precision.doi:10.2737/srs-gtr-192 fatcat:ev6kf4iwzvhdzdiia2i3hqrt7m