Research Reports and Publications on Trails by Trent University Faculty and Students


Marsh, J.S. (1971) A Trail Survey, Glacier National Park, British Columbia, 1967. Canadian Recreation Services, Peterborough.

Banks, K. et al. (1976) Peterborough Bikeway Report. Trent University Press.

Marsh, J.S. (1989) The Environmental Impact of Off-Road Vehicles in the Ganaraska Forest, Ontario. For: Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority, Port Hope.

Helleiner, S. et al. (1992) Kawartha Rail-Trail Inventory. For: Kawartha Rail Trail, Peterborough.

Kushniruk, I. (1992) The Potential Use of the Kawartha Rail-Trail. For: Kawartha Rail Trail, Peterborough.

Newman, L.  (1999)  Educational Use of Trails, Annotated Bibliography  For:  GO397b, Geography Department, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario.

Anslow, M. (1993) The Potential for Unopened Road Allowances as Recreational Access Routes in Cavan Township, Peterborough County. Frost Centre, Trent University.

Elliot, N. (1993) Interpretation of Rail Trails: A Case Study of the Peterborough Area. Frost Centre, Trent University.

Lorraine, S. (1993) What are the Possible Solutions to the Conflicts Arising From Multiple uses of Rail Trails? Department of Geography, Trent University.

MacMaster, D. (1993) Rail-Trails and Adjacent Landowners: A Case Study of the Peterborough-Lakefield Propsed Recreational Trail. Department of Geography, Trent University.

Mather, C.A. (1993) Rail Trails and the Law in Ontario Adjacent Property Concerns. Department of Geography, Trent University.

Hall, K. (1994) Exploring the Concept of User Fees and Their Application, with Specific Reference to the Chilkoot Trail. Department of Geography, Trent University.

Hall, K. (1994) Tents versus Cabins on the Chilkoot and Canol Trails: Within a Carrying Capacity Framework. Department of Geography, Trent University.

Jones, B. (1994) Trent Nature Areas, The Wildlife Sanctuary Trail Guide. Trent Nature Areas Committee, Trent University.

Brown, C., Cooper W. and P. Gosselin. (2000) Discover Your Routes: A Guide to Trails in Peterborough County. Hearts Alive Peterborough and Trail Studies Unit, Trent University.

Grant, M. (2000) Methods of Enforcing Legislation and Trail Etiquette on Ontario's Multi-use Recreation Trails. Ontario Trails Council and Department of Geography, Trent University.


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