9 edition of The governance of Western public lands found in the catalog.
The governance of Western public lands
Martin A. Nie
Includes bibliographical references (p. -351) and index.
|LC Classifications||KF5605 N54 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 368 p. :|
|Number of Pages||368|
|LC Control Number||2007032198|
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The Governance of Western Public Lands. February pages. “Readers sympathetic to the defense of public land through competent management will find the optimism of this book heartening.
Nie emphasizes the complicated and often contentious interaction between the branches of the federal government as a major factor in. Eschewing the single-policy approach to public The governance of Western public lands book management - such as encouraging free markets - he instead surveys a diverse array of other available options.
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lesleybriggs. When the book talks about western public lands, it mostly means the Intermountain West. The Pacific Coast is less visible in these chapters than Colorado, Montana and Wyoming.
Alaska receives much less attention than its size by: Eschewing the single-policy approach to public lands management--such as encouraging free markets--he instead surveys a diverse array of other available options.
His big-picture outlook for the twenty-first century is a bold call for reshaping ongoing conflicts--and for reinvesting in our public lands.3/5(1). Land use has important consequences for the environment, public health, economic productivity, inequality and social segregation.
Land use policies are often complex and require co-ordination across all levels of government as well as across policy sectors. Not surprisingly, land use decisions can be contentious and conflicts over land use are common across the OECD.
THE GOVERNANCE OF LAND USE IN OECD COUNTRIES Land use planning needs to balance public and private interests Private and public interests related to land have to be balanced. Land use decisions by an individual land owner inevitably affects other people.
For example, if an industrial complex is built at a lakeside, it reduces the. Information, maps, permits, and guidebooks for planning adventures at western parks, forests, refuges and wildlife areas, historic sites, wilderness areas, lakes and reservoirs, wild rivers, and BLM lands.
Nie gives us a very careful, balanced review of public land governance issues. He gives attention to congressional (in)action, administrative law, and national forest plans, focusing on two issues: the Forest Service's roadless rule and management of Tongass National Forest /5.
The Governance of Western Public Lands: Mapping Its Present and Future. by Nie, Martin. Format: This is an academic book on public lands management, so its audience will be rather limited.
If you're in that audience, The governance of Western public lands book, it's a great book. No question that land use and resource policy in the Western lands is an important subject. A /5.
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OHIO LANDS Ohio occupies a unique place in the development of the public lands of the United States. No other state experienced so many different systems of original land survey.
As the first state formed out of the public domain, Ohio was the social labo-ratory in which Congress worked out not only the basic Federal Rectangular Survey. History of Public Lands Federal ownership of large tracts of land goes back to the founding of the United States. As part of the formation of the nation, the original 13 colonies turned over the lands west of The governance of Western public lands book Appalachian Mountains and east of the Mississippi River to the federal government.
3 The federal government then used that land to form new states and encourage. Use our interactive maps to find public lands sites, information, books and maps. Updated regularly.
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The details related to the development of project tools namely “Socio-economic Develop-ment Maps, Public Spending Analysis and Social Satisfaction Surveys” are Size: 1MB. Find library books and electronic resources Use the State Library catalogue to request and reserve items from our collection, book computers and login to a selection of eResources from home.
You will need to register online to join the library, access eResources and borrow items. The Contentious Lands: A Book Review of WESTERN PUBLIC LANDS AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICS' Marla E. Mansfield2 Out where the buffalo roam and the spotted owls nest, public land law is more than an academic exercise.
In many communities, either a town's economic future, or its citizens' maintenance of a. The Public Lands Foundation (PLF) is a national non-profit membership organization that advocates and works for the retention of America’s National System of Public Lands (NSPL) in public hands, professionally and sustainably managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) for responsible use and enjoyment by everyone.
Panelists talked about federal land management in western states, the operational legal theories, and the possibility of transferring control of those lands to the states. Topics included ways to preserve the environment, benefit local economies, and protect public recreation.
Professor Rotunda participated by pre-recorded video message. The Sagebrush Rebellion was a movement in the western United States during the s and s that sought major changes to federal land control, use, and disposal policy in thirteen western states, where federal land holdings include between 20% and 85% of a state's area.
The Homestead Acts were several laws in the United States by which an applicant could acquire ownership of government land or the public domain, typically called a all, more than million acres ( thousand km 2; thousand sq mi) of public land, or nearly 10 percent of the total area of the United States, was given away free to million homesteaders; most of the.
Each western state also received federal "public land" as trust lands designated for specific beneficiaries, which the States are to manage as a condition to acceptance into the union. Those trust lands cannot any longer be considered public lands as allowing any benefits to the "public" would be in breach of loyalty to the specific beneficiaries.
Much of this land is leased for agricultural use, but is open to public access. Bureau of Land Management. The BLM manages nea acres in North Dakota, much of it in the western part of the state.
Much of this land is leased for agricultural use, but it is open to public access. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In international development, good governance is a way of measuring how public institutions conduct public affairs and manage public resources in a preferred way.
Governance is "the process of decision-making and the process by which decisions are implemented (or not implemented)". Governance in this context can apply to corporate, international, national, or local governance as well as the.
The U.S. public lands-The Federal Government owns almost 30 percent of the land area of the United States. This is close to million acres. These public lands include National Parks and National Mounments, National Forests, National Wildlife Refuges, the BLM lands, the military lands and the Indian : Ralph Maughan.
Public access lands Parks, forests, wildlife, fisheries, natural areas, trails and a map and plan your visit. Reserve a place to camp. Ninety-five percent of Wisconsin residents participate in outdoor recreation and nearly 2/3 of us find our fun on public lands.
These 6 million acres belong to all of us and are managed by federal, state. The Protected Areas Database of the United States (PAD-US) is the official inventory of public parks and other protected areas in all U.S.
states and territories. The growing database contains more than three billion public land and marine acres managed by nea agencies and nongovernmental organizations, coveringseparate parks.
WESTERN PUBLIC LANDS AS AN EXAMPLE. In addition to reading "Should cows chew cheatgrass on the common lands?" (and "Can cows and conservation mix," (assigned reading for this point in the course), you may wish to read "Rangeland Health: New Methods to Classify, Inventory, and Monitor Rangelands," published in by the National Academy of Sciences Press.
Summarize the Congress's plan for the settlement and governance of western lands. plan to dispense and distribute public land in the Northwest Territory. Northwest Ordinance of plan for governing and creating new states carved out of the Northwest territory.
Shays' Rebellion. For these lands to have value, however, the Confederation Congress needed to find a way to survey and sell them.
To do so, Congress divided the western lands into townships six miles square. Each township was in turn divided into 36 sections. Each section contained acres. Land was to be sold by section at one dollar per acre.
The land to which Cliven Bundy claims ancestral rights was originally inhabited by the Moapa Paiute people. Inas part of the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the United States purchased from Mexico land that is now the southwestern region of the United then, the government has continuously owned land in what is now Nevada, including the Bunkerville by: Protest over Bureau of Land.
National HistoryWith historical roots dating back to the earliest days of the nation, the BLM administers the lands that remain from America's original "public domain." Created in through a government reorganization during the Truman Administration, the BLM is the successor to the General Land Office (established in ) and the U.S.
Grazing Service (originally called. To help us understand why the federal government owns and manages so much public land in the West, we're joined by NPR's Kirk Siegler. He's at. 74 percent of Independents oppose selling off public lands, while 20 percent support it.
85 percent of Democrats are against the notion, while 10 percent are for it. Additionally, 72 percent of voters in six Western states say they are less likely to vote for a candidate who supports selling public lands to reduce the deficit.
Weak land governance is a cause of many tenure-related problems, and attempts to address tenure problems are affected by the quality of land governance.
Improving land tenure arrangements often means improving land governance. A land governance and political economy perspective raises some potentially interesting questions for Size: KB. Federal land ownership on the scale seen in the western United States is a basic anomaly in the American federal system.
A transfer of Bureau of Land Management (BLM) lands to the states would signify the end of the progressive era in public land management which sought to rely upon scientific management of public resources. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) administers to nearly million acres of public lands, most of which are located in the western states: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.
As such, the BLM produces maps and data, primarily of the western states, that are useful to researchers, archaeologists, and. The authoritative History of Public Land Law Development () written by Paul Gates is mandatory reading for anyone truly interested in the history of public land policy. For books with readings on various aspects of public land policy, see The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain () edited by Vernon Carstensen and.
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