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A Study of Environmental Perception by Community Residents toward Nearby Forested Trails in the I-Lan County�
The purpose of this research is to study the environmental perception of community residents toward four nearby forested trails in the I-Lan County. Based on the questionnaire (n=411) and statistic analysis, the results show that the respondents seldom visit these nearby forested trails, while they stay there for a long time period. The main motivations for the respondents to visit forested trails include nature sightseeing, exercise and hiking, and relaxation and taking a rest. Through the factor analysis, respondents' perception toward forested trails could be summarized into three factors including trail function, public participation, and trail management. In addition, respondents' satisfaction toward forested trails could be also classified into three factors including trail characteristics, trail resources, and trail facilities. Overall, community residents generally appreciate the multi-functions of the forested trails, and recognize the importance of public participation in trail management. They also highly satisfy trail characteristics and local resources.
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