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ISBN:
0231124449
Author:
John Loomis
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English
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Columbia University Press; 2nd edition (June 15, 2002)
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Integrated Public Lands Management is the only book that deals with the management procedures of all the primary public land management agencies - National Forests . Subjects: United States.

Integrated Public Lands Management is the only book that deals with the management procedures of all the primary public land management agencies - National Forests, Parks, Wildlife Refuges, and the Bureau of Land Management - in one volume. This book fills the need for a unified treatment of the analytical procedures used by federal land management agencies in planning and managing their diverse lands.

Integrated public lands management: principles and applications to national forests, parks, wildlife refuges, and BLM lands. Journal of environmental economics and management 18 (1), 78-85, 1990. Defining, valuing, and providing ecosystem goods and services. Columbia University Press, 2002. The total economic value of threatened, endangered and rare species: an updated meta-analysis. L Richardson, J Loomis. TC Brown, JC Bergstrom, JB Loomis. Natural Resources Journal, 329-376, 2007.

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is an agency within the United States Department of the Interior responsible for administering public lands. With oversight over 24. million acres (1,001,000 km2), it governs one eighth of the country's landmass. President Harry S. Truman created the BLM in 1946 by combining two existing agencies: the General Land Office and the Grazing Service.

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Yet public management reform in the . in the NPM era that was underway in the 1980s has been decidedly heterodox, a manifestation of what Paul Light (1997) has termed the variously-themed "tides of reform" that ebb and flow through American public administration. Beginning in 2001, with the administration of George W. Bush, a new tide of reform has surged in, displacing the Clinton administration's emphasis on "reinventing government

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Integrated Public Lands Management is the only bookthat deals with the management procedures of all the primary publicland management agencies - National Fores. DOI: 1. 312/loom12444.

Integrated Public Lands Management is the only book that deals with the management procedures of all the primary public land management agencies―National Forests, Parks, Wildlife Refuges, and the Bureau of Land Management―in one volume. This book fills the need for a unified treatment of the analytical procedures used by federal land management agencies in planning and managing their diverse lands. The second edition charts the progress these agencies have made toward the management of their lands as ecosystems. It includes new U.S. Forest Service regulations, expanded coverage of Geographic Information Systems, and new legislation on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and National Wildlife Refuges.