Mojave Lands: Interpretive Planning and the National Preserve

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Controversy inevitably accompanies attempts at land protection, even in cases of large, uninhabited, economically marginal locations. In 1994, for example, the California Desert Protection Act created the Mojave National Preserve, the third largest national park in the lower 48 states. The act transferred three million acres of southern California desert from the Bureau of Land Management to the National Park Service. As a result, explains Elisabeth M. Hamin, the National Park Service became a multiple-use manager, ...

Mojave Lands: Interpretive Planning and the National Preserve 2003, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801871214

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