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Main Title Public lands management in the West : citizens, interest groups, and values /
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Author Title of a Work
Steel, Brent.
Publisher Praeger,
Year Published 1997
OCLC Number 34984238
ISBN 0275956954 (hardcover : alk. paper)
Subjects Public lands--West (U.S.)--Management ; Public lands--Management--Public opinion ; Public opinion--West (U.S.)
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ESAM  HD243.W38P83 1997 Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA 02/14/1998
Collation xv, 208 p. ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. {185}-201) and index.
Contents Notes
An introduction to natural resource policy and the environment : ch anging paradigms and values / Brent S. Steel and Nicholas P. Lovrich -- Managing federal forests : national and regional public orientat ions / Brent S. Steel, Peter List, and Bruce Shindler -- Sources of variation in attitudes and beliefs about federal rangeland managemen t / Mark Brunson and Brent S. Steel -- Political communication strat egies of interest groups and industry in federal forest policy / Bre nt S. Steel and John C. Peirce -- Political resources and activities of environmental groups in Washington State / Debra Salazar -- Con sensus and dissension among rural and urban publics concerning fores t management in the Pacific Northwest / Mark Brunson, Bruce Shindler , and Brent S. Steel -- County government and the public lands ; a r eview of the county supremacy movement in four Western States / Step hanie L. Witt and Leslie R. Alm -- The county supremacy movement and public lands in Oregon / Christopher A. Simon -- Changing political geometry : public lands and natural resources in Neveda / Kelly DeV ine and Dennis L. Soden -- The Siouxon Valley in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest / Richard Hansis -- Citizen values and participatio n in the Tongass National Forest debate / Bruce Shindler -- An Orego n case study : families, gender roles, and timber communities in tra nsformation / Jennifer Gilden.