||Bat management in the United States : a survey of legislative actions, court decisions and agency interpretations /
Lera, Thomas M.
||Environmental Protection Agency, Chicago, Ill. Region V.
|| U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region V,
Bats--Law and legislation--United States ;
Bats--United States--Law and legislation
United States ;
Federal agencies ;
National government ;
Department of Agriculture ;
Endangered species ;
Department of Defense ;
Department of Housing and Urban Development ;
Department of Interior ;
Department of State ;
Environmental Protection Agency ;
Council on Environmental Quality ;
Department of Commerce ;
Department of Health Education and Welfare ;
Department of Justice ;
Department of Labor ;
Department of Transportation ;
Tennessee Valley Authority ;
Office of Science and Technology Policy ;
Endangered Species Act of 1973
||Region 5 Library/Chicago,IL
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||Region 9 Library/San Francisco,CA
||Region 10 Library/Seattle,WA
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||iv, 49 pages ; 28 cm
||In 1966, Congress enacted legislation which afforded native animals legal protection. Since that time, this legislation has been twice revised. The current Endangered Species Act of 1973, provides not only animals but also plants with what appears to be a reasonable degree of protection and survival. Recent court decisions support the concept and validity of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. This paper is the result of a survey conducted throughout 14 Federal departments and agencies in order to obtain their interpretation of this legislation, and more specifically, how bats are protected by this interpretation. The survey included four questions: (1) What Federal laws, regulations and guidelines govern your Agency's actions regarding both the protection and/or eradication of bats; (2) How has your Agency interpreted these laws, regulations and guidelines in the formation of its internal policies; (3) What do your protection policies include; (4) If eradication is necessary, what methods and recommendations are followed, and what chemicals and in what dosages are allowed.
||"To be published, in part, in the quarterly issue of National Speleological Society Bulletin." "April 1978." "EPA-905/3-78-001."
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||United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Region V. Water Division, Planning Branch.
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