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PartOne

Theappropriate management of the resources is under the National ParkService which will endeavor to comprehend, preserve, reinstate andguard the innate veracity of natural resources while offeringopportunities that are meaningful and apt so as to appreciate them.The government is a key partner in the management of these resourcesbecause they come up with laws that guide in management and the careof the resources under their oversight. Therefore, it is notadvisable for the federal government to leave the administration ofthe resources. Congestion is an issue that is common at peak periodin the national parks, and there have been ideas on limiting access.However, most officials favor that there should be better ways tomanage the crowds rather than discouraging them. The plans includemore parking lots, roads, and timed entry or online reservation whichwould keep everyone from visiting at the same time. There is a needto care for national parks because it represents a pact betweengenerations and constitute a promise for the future from the past.

PartTwo

Factorsthat contributed to Preservation Movement in the US

Themovement was motivated by wanton wastage of resources through theforces of the market including logging and hunting. The result ofthese practices placed a large number of game species in the US tonear extinction. The conservationists like Theodore Roosevelt feltthe laissez-faire approach by the government was wasteful andinefficient and yet most of the natural resources was under thefederal government.

HowWilson account for management of wildlife corresponds to preservationmovement and Dilsaver coverage on development of National Park andWilderness Areas

Wilson’saccount for wildlife management encompasses the regulation ofactivities that are carried in the area (Dilsaver, 2016). Theperspective corresponds to what the preservation movement who wereagainst the wanton destruction of wildlife while Dilsaver heightenedthat no commercial enterprise or a road that was permanent would beallowed in the wilderness.

Reasonablenessof the term ‘unimpaired’ in the discussion on preservation ofnational parks

Theterm ‘unimpaired as articulated by 1916 Organic Act substantiates asingle standard of what must be avoided by the National Park Servicein managing the resources and values of the parks. The conceptarticulates how the Park Service should safeguard both the resourcesand values and provide them to be enjoyed. The perspective furtherdescribes that when a struggle arises for resources and valuesconservation and the provision of their enjoyment, conservation willalways be given an upper hand. Unimpaired accentuate the prohibitionof influence that would cause destruction to the park resources orvalue integrity as well as the prospects that would otherwise presentthe gratification of the resources or values.

Viewsof Americans on Animals

Researchershave found out that Americans are of the belief that wildlife shouldbe conquered and the natural environment used for the benefit ofhuman and the perspective can be traced from the country where theirancestors migrated. At the same time, the values are changing giventhat researchers have articulated that Americans’ values towardswildlife are shifting from a position of domination view to a viewthat wildlife should be treated equally to humans.

Challengesfaced by National Parks and Wilderness Areas

  1. National parks protect historical buildings where America’s history was made but some of them are crumbling, and they are in desperate need of repair.

  2. Parks do not exist in isolation and the fact is becoming apparent as areas that surround the parks are being developed by humans. The species, however, do not recognize the boundaries and hence must move in and out. Therefore it is becoming harder to maintain these ecological corridors which make survival difficult.

  3. National parks are inviting places and for this case alien species end up causing havoc once they move into the ecosystem.

  4. The Earth climate is continuously changing and hence impact the national parks.

Reference

Dilsaver,L. M. (2016).&nbspAmerica`snational park system: The critical documents.Rowman &amp Littlefield.

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