Arizona wilderness public opinion survey

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Statement prepared by the Planning and Environmental Coordination Staff, Division of Lands and Renewable Resources, Arizona State Office, Bureau of Land Management
ContributionsDuck, Tim, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Arizona State Office. Division of Lands and Renewable Resources. Planning and Environmental Coordination Staff, Pearson, K.L.
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[United States. Bureau of Land Management. Arizona State Office. Division of Lands and Renewable Resources. Planning and Environmental Coordination Staff.;]. Bureau of Land Management Wilderness Study Areas GEOLOGICAL SURVEY CIRCULAR Bureau of Land Management wilderness review 2 The Federal Land Policy and Management Arizona wilderness public opinion survey book of 2 the Wilderness Act of (Public Cited by: A Survey of the Historical Literature The American people have had a complex relationship with nature.

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Wildlife biologists, botanists, and other life scientists, foresters, hydrologists (water experts), public health professionals, etc. usually care deeply about environmental quality, and are often in a position to provide valuable information about it.By The Time I Get to Arizona evil British Empire on one side and an untamed wilderness filled with “savages” on the other.

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