2 edition of Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on Bureau of Land Management lands found in the catalog.
Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on Bureau of Land Management lands
by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey in Reston, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by Douglas S. Ouren ... [et al.].|
|Series||Open-file report -- 2007-1353|
|Contributions||Ouren, Douglas S.|
|LC Classifications||QH545.A43 E578 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 225 p. :|
|Number of Pages||225|
|LC Control Number||2008397521|
3 INTRODUCTION It is the policy of the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) as derived from various laws, including the Mineral Leasing Act of (MLA), as amended [30 U.S.C. et seq.], and the Federal Land Policy and Management of (FLPMA), as amended, to make mineral resources available for leasing. About every years, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rewrites a Resource Management Plan for areas that include not only rural areas, but big cities like Los Angeles. Then, for the next years, every proposed project, plan and Environmental Assessment is .
Part of the Department of the Interior, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is responsible for managing the United States’ public lands. BLM carries out a variety of programs (PDF) for the management and conservation of resources on million surface acres, as well as million acres of subsurface mineral estate, most of which is located in the American West and Alaska. Full text of "Draft environmental impact statement for the revision of the resource management plans of the Western Oregon Bureau of Land Management Districts" See other formats.
lands. The use of off-highway vehicles (OHVs) on FS and BLM land is governed by a number of authorities, including law, executive orders, agency regulations and policies, land management plans, and area-specific decisions. Both agencies decide the extent of allowed OHV use in particular areas through their planning processes. article explores current and historic management of off-road vehicles by the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management, as well as laws and regulations governing off-road vehicle management, in order to (1) explain how Forest Service and Bureau of Land Manage-ment travel management works; (2) evaluate current off-road vehicle.
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Environmental Effects of Off-Highway Vehicles on Bureau of Land Management Lands: A Literature Synthesis, Annotated Bibliographies, Extensive Bibliographies, and Internet Resources.
By Douglas S. Ouren, Christopher Haas, Cynthia P. Melcher, Susan C. Stewart, Phadrea D. Ponds, Natalie R. Sexton, Lucy Burris, Tammy Fancher, and Zachary H. BowenCited by: Environmental Effects of Off-Highway Vehicles on Bureau of Land Management Lands: A Literature Synthesis, Annotated Bibliographies, Extensive Bibliographies, and Internet Resources.
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[Douglas S Ouren; Geological Survey (U.S.); National Science and Technology Center (U.S.); United States. Bureau of Land Management.;]. Environmental Effects of Off-Highway Vehicles on Bureau of Land Management Lands: A Literature Synthesis, Annotated Bibliographies, Extensive Resources: Open-File Report [Ouren, Douglas S., U.S.
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Ouren. A synthesis of available scientific literature related to the effects of OHV use is available as a USGS Open-File Report (USGS OFR"Environmental Effects of Off-Highway Vehicles on Bureau of Land Management Lands: A Literature Synthesis, Annotated Bibliographies, Extensive Bibliographies, and Internet Resources").
The report was. The Bureau of Land Management issued a decision for the Tri-state Fuel Breaks Project. These fuel breaks will reduce flammable vegetation alongside roadways on BLM-managed lands in southwest Idaho and provide safe anchor points for firefighters and strategic opportunities to more effectively limit the spread of wildfires.
Rasor Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area is an exciting and more remote area for the off-highway vehicle user. The area has rolling hills, open valleys, and sand dunes that invite the rider willing to travel to this area. Elevations range from about 2, feet elevation down. Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on Bureau of Land Management lands: a literature synthesis, annotated bibliographies, extensive bibliographies, and Internet resources ebook Call Numbers to BrowseAuthor: Jeremy Kenyon.
Environmental Effects of Off-Road Vehicles. Impacts and Management in Arid Regions. loss and disturbance of their habitat by off-highway vehicles (OHV) for public lands managed by the U.S. Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on Bureau of Land Management lands: A literature synthesis, annotated bibliographies, extensive bibliographies, and internet resources.
This report and its associated appendixes compile and synthesize the results of a comprehensive literature and Internet search conducted in May million people participate in off-highway driving or ATV or motorcycle use (Cordell et al. An estimated 11 million visits to national forests involve off-highway-vehicle (OHV) use—or about 5 percent of all recreation visits (English ).
Unauthorized trails from motorized use cause much of the natural resource [impacts] and someFile Size: 2MB. Red Rock Canyon State Park (SP) faces a number of complex issues, one of which is the management of off-highway vehicle (OHV) use.
This current project was initiated (1) to investigate the state of knowledge on the effects of off-highway vehicles on public lands, (2) to investigate off-highway vehicle use and their effects upon cultural resources and natural values within Red Rock Canyon SP.
The Bureau of Land Management’s National Management Strategy for Motorized Off-Highway Vehicle Use on Public Lands (Strategy) is a comprehensive effort to address a significant issue for natural resource management. This document is a first step in developing a pro-active approach to determine and implement better on-the-ground motorized off File Size: KB.
Ina Desert Monitoring Team was hired by the Bureau of Land Management to monitor the effects of Off-Highway Vehicles (OHV's) on the desert ecosystem. One of their tasks was to develop a monitoring protocol for birds and to begin that : Kevin.
Keith, Morgan. Ruelle, James F. Weigand. Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office (page images at HathiTrust) Off-road highway vehicles: hearing before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, to receive testimony regarding off-highway vehicle management on public lands, June 5, (Washington: U.S.
G.P.O. A short history of road policy on federal land Environmental Quality Council Sept. – Joe Kolman, Environmental Analyst. •Congress passes Federal Land Policy and Management Act for BLM lands with a broad definition of multiple use of resources including recreation, range, timber, minerals, watersheds, wildlife and fish, asFile Size: KB.
Ouren DS, Haas C, Melcher CP, Stewart SC, Ponds PD, Sexton NR, Burris L, Fancher T, Bowen ZH () Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on Bureau of Land Management lands: A literature synthesis, annotated bibliographies, extensive bibliographies, and internet resources: U.S.
Geological Survey, Open-File Reportp Cited by: 7. Executive Orders. Executive Order Use of off-road vehicles on the public lands. Source: The provisions of Executive Order of Feb. 8,appear at 37 FR3 CFR, Comp., p. unless otherwise noted. An estimated 5 million off-road recreational vehicles--motorcycles, minibikes, trial bikes, snowmobiles, dune-buggies, all-terrain vehicles, and others--are in.
Title. Effects of OHV trails on dessert vegetation in western Mojave Desert / Title Variants: Alternative: Effects of off-highway vehicles on desert vegetation in western Mojave Desert By.
Keith, Kevin, author McAllister, Heath, author United : Keith, Kevin. 2 Executive orders and regarding off-road use of motor vehicles on Federal lands. DATES: Comments must be received in writing by [insert date 60 days from date of publication in the FEDERAL REGISTER].
ADDRESSES: Send written comments to Proposed Rule for Designated Routes and Areas for Motor Vehicle Use, c/o Content Analysis Team, P.O. BoxSalt LakeFile Size: KB. Off-road-vehicle bans seem to please no one and millions of acres of public lands overseen by the Bureau of Land Management.
While the BLM is taking some action, it .Environmental effects of off-highway vehicles on bureau of land management: a literature by Douglas S Ouren () 2 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Most officials from the Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and National Park Service said OHV-related environmental impacts occur on less than 20 percent of their lands, although a .