Accessibility Improvement for the North Carolina Coastal Reserve

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2023-04-21

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The N.C. Coastal Reserve and National Estuarine Research Reserve have 10 sites located around North Carolina that provide the public with recreational, educational, and research experiences within the ecosystems that they manage and preserve. To improve accessibility, this study reviews current accessibility at Reserve sites, provides broad legal background about accessibility in the U.S., provides Reserve history and use goals, and offers recommendations for accessibility improvement for each site where improvement is possible. These recommendations include product recommendations, product cost estimates, site-specific recommendations, and recommendations that apply to all, or most, Reserve sites. Final recommendations include a range of different costs, timeframes, and requirements to implement.

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Campbell, Peyton (2023). Accessibility Improvement for the North Carolina Coastal Reserve. Master's project, Duke University. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/27084.


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