Very inclusive, and a good, easy to remember overview. Two caveats; 1st, w/ Leave-ABSOLUTELY-NO-trace mentality... A.)It's not a pristine Biolab (I know the types who are bugged by this; they need a grip on life outside the box and outside the rules.) and B.)Few are Spec Ops trained enough on a discipline level to actually pull this off IRL, which is why we need a more realistic & holistic system policy that keeps the scientists, spec ops, & (I hate to say it) idiots happy (and we have to face facts; the idiots *don't* read the signs, know the rules, or even follow common sense. We *can* however take solace in the fact idiots don't make it far from their car, and if they do, they won't for long - they always forget the 1st Aid Kits...;)
But specifically, although I'm 100% w/ everything on that list *especially* about littering, I diverge on the topic of biodegradable bio waste (if nature likes it, leave it - unless it's blackberries - just bury it a foot deep, or the coyotes will dig it up)... which brings me to the other caveat; canines... Please understand, I love dogs... but they do roughly comparable (sometimes even moreso) damage to the ecosystem to humans.
(Ironically, land management agencies struggle daily w/ the problems associated with dogs & idiots; chiefly that they don't listen/care about "management's problems" - quite often this is *specifically* what they are out there to entirely avoid psychologically... See the cultural problem?)