REPORT ON EFFECTS OF AIRCRAFT OVERFLIGHTS ON THE NATIONAL PARK SYSTEM. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY REPORT TO CONGRESS. APPENDICES
The study identifies the problems associated with aircraft flights over units of the National Park System, and distinguishes between the impacts caused by sightseeing aircraft, military aircraft, commercial aviation, and other forms of aviation which affect these units. The study also identifies those National Park System units in which the most serious adverse impacts from aircraft overflights exist, and pursuant to the Overflights Act, report particular overflight problems at five units of the system. The report also includes recommendations from the National Park Service to provide for substantial restoration of the natural quiet and experience for Grand Canyon National Park.
- Sponsored by National Park Service, Denver, CO, Denver Service Center.
Harris Miller Miller and Hanson, Incorporated77 South Bedford Street
Burlington, MA United States 01803
- Miller, N P
- Publication Date: 1995-7
- Pagination: 352 p.
- TRT Terms: Aircraft noise; National parks; Noise; Parks
- Old TRIS Terms: Overflight
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Environment;
- Accession Number: 00720314
- Record Type: Publication
- Report/Paper Numbers: NPS-D-1062
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Mar 31 1996 12:00AM