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Federally owned and managed public lands occupy approximately 30 percent of the land area of the United States, and anywhere from 50 percent to more than 80 percent of the land area of many of the western states. Determining the appropriate use of these lands involves balancing objectives related to economic, recreational, and conservation interests. This paper examines established and emerging conflicts within and across these objectives through both a narrative discussion of specific topics and a series of case studies. The authors find that new challenges, including pressures to devote portions of public lands to renewable energy project development and the multifaceted threats presented by climate change, will...
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Trailheads of 12 easy excursions identified by IVROC near Cave Junction, OR
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This dataset contains small cutthroat trout lakes within Southeast Alaska. These are smaller lakes that do not produce cutthroat trout large enough to reach the 11-inch regional minimum size limit. Each of these lakes has a 9-inch minimum size limit, and bait is prohibited. Regionwide limits of 2 per day and 2 in possession apply. Currently there are seven lakes in Southeast Alaska with the small cutthroat lake designation. Please verify fishing regulations with current Alaska Department of Fish and Game Sport Fishing Regulations at the following link: http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/index.cfm?adfg=fishregulations.se_sportfish
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This dataset depicts winter recreation sites located on the Mt. Hood and Willamette National Forests. The point locations and associated attributes were derived from the recreation opportunity information that the Forest Service collects through the Recreation Portal and shares with the public on http://ww.recreation.gov, the Forest Service World Wide Web pages (http://ww.fs.fed.us/) and the Interactive Visitor Map. Only those recreation sites with associated winter activities were retained in this dataset.
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Outstanding Natural Areas within Western Oregon. This theme represents the third iteration of the effort to arrive at a preferred approach to the management of the recreation resource. This theme reflects the management approach approved in the Record of Decision.BLM (Bureau of Land Management), WOPR (Western Oregon Plan Revision) ADS (Automated Digitizing System), MOSS (Map Overlay Statistical System) PRMP (Proposed Resource Management Plan) This data is a PRMP release version of the data. The original name of the dataset is:lup_aa_a_ona_poly
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This dataset represents recreation trails within the Western Oregon Plan Revision (WOPR) boundary.BLM (Bureau of Land Management) WOPR (Western Oregon Plan Revision) PRMP: (Proposed Resource Management Plan) REC: (Recreation)
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A layer of Historic Forts that occur throughout the state of Wyoming,
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A layer of Festivals and Events that occur throughout the state of Wyoming, dates are specific to the year 2008


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