Barr Hammock: a multi-use trail system experience

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Material Information

Title:
Barr Hammock: a multi-use trail system experience
Physical Description:
Book
Language:
English
Creator:
Handley, Craig J, Jr.
Publisher:
School of Landscape Architecture and Planning, College of Design, Construction and Planning, University of Florida
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, FL
Publication Date:

Thesis/Dissertation Information

Degree:
Bachelor's
Degree Grantor:
University of Florida

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Multi-use trail
wetland
hydric hammock

Notes

Abstract:
The development of Barr Hammock reimagines the use of the use of the current site with a comprehensive multi-phased management plan. A former orange grove and system of logging trails will transform into 5,716 acres as a natural recreational and educational resource. The protected plant and animal species serve as the backdrop for equestrians, bicyclists, and pedestrians as they experience the preserve on dedicated trails.
General Note:
Landscape Architecture capstone project

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida Institutional Repository
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
System ID:
AA00024264:00001


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Barr Hammock

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-William Bartram

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Barr Hammock

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Dedication

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Introduction 13-19 Case Studies 21-23 Analysis 26-39 Synthesis 42-47 Design 50-55 Bibliography 75 Trail Experience 58-73 Appendix 76-79Index

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Introduction

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Project Narrative

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Location

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Micanopy Barr Hammock Micanopy Gainesville

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1780s 1870s

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1920s 1970s 2000s

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Project Objectives Preserve

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Protect Enhance

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Case Studies

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Little Big Econ State Forest`

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Cross Florida Greenway 49th Ave. to Land Bridge ``

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Ross Prairie State Forest

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Analysis

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User Analysis Bicycle Equestrian Hikers

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Site Conditions

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Existing Trails

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Wetlands

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Plant Communities

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Basin Marsh Mesic Hammock Upland Hardwood Old Pasture Basin Swamp Xeric Hammock Mesic Flatwood Hydric Hammock

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Transect

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Programing

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Synthesis

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Site Synthesis * Access from 175th Ave Not Suitable -Basin Swamp Access from 136th Pl Less Suitable -Hydric Hamock -wet 1-4mo/yr Not Suitable -Basin Marsh Not Suitable -Basin Marsh Not Suitable -Basin Marsh Most Suitable Land -Upland Hardwood -Mesic Flatwood/Hammock -Abandoned PastureGood View Good View Good View Good View Levy Lake Levy Lake Ledwith Lake P ossible C onne c on Point of interest Point of interest Point of interest Point of interest

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Old Pasture: Most suitable land for Basin Swamp: Least Suitable land for development. Access from 175th Ave Most Suitable Land for trail acces 0 1 5 0 3 0 0 7 5 F e e t

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Trail Network

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Trail Systems

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Design

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Trail Layout

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Perry Trailhead

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Perry Trailhead

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Trail Experience

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Multi-Use Trail Typical Multi-use Trail.Class 5 Pedestrian Trail Design SurfaceTread WidthDesign Clearing

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Typical Hiking Trail.Class 4 Pedestrian Trail Design SurfaceTread WidthDesign Clearing Hiking Trail

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Bicycle TrailTypical Bicycle Trail.Class 3 Bicycle Trail Design SurfaceTread WidthDesign Clearing

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Equestrian Trail

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Typical Equestrian Trail.Class 3 Equestrian Trail Design SurfaceTread WidthDesign Clearing

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Wildlife Platform

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Wayfinding

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Education

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Bibliography

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Appendix

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Appendix