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Publication Date: 2001
Publisher: Sagamore Pub Llc
Due to the growing rate of resource consumption it is vital everyone understands the role the surrounding environment and resources play in the survival of humanity. By providing the readers with an even view of resource and environmental management the author hopes to encourage readers to become informed and involved in resource issues that effect their everyday lives. This book covers an array of topics including: resource scarcity and demand, the evolution of the American land ethic, structures of federal resource agencies, property rights issues, citizen involvement, and an overview of management practices pertaining to wildlife, forestry, range, water, and minerals.Dennis, Steve is the author of 'Natural Resources and the Informed Citizen', published 2001 under ISBN 9781571674791 and ISBN 1571674799.
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