‘Digital footprints’ central to new approach for studying post-disturbance recreation changes

A new social media-based study of recreation visitation in the Gorge following the Eagle Creek Fire expands on research launched in 2016 — and holds promise for other large, multi-ownership landscapes. The study shows how using new approaches that draw from social media data can help us better understand the complex relationships between wildfire, natural resource management, and people.A new social media-based study of recreation visitation in the Gorge following the Eagle Creek Fire expands on research launched in 2016 — and holds promise for other large, multi-ownership landscapes. The study shows how using new approaches that draw from social media data can help us better understand the complex relationships between wildfire, natural resource management, and people.

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