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Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States: a source guide

Economic data for wildland planning and management in the western United States: a source guide

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United StatesDepartment of AgricultureForest Service
Pacific SouthwestForest and RangeExperiment Station
General TechnicalReport PSW-42
Economic Data for WildlandPlanning and Managementin the Western UnitedStates: A Source Guide
Eric Eisenman Lee C. Wensel Edward C. Thor Thomas W. Stuart
 
Authors:
ERIC EISENMAN
was a research assistant, Department of Forestry and Resource Man-agement, University of California, Berkeley, when this report was prepared. He is now agraduate student at the University of California, Davis.
LEE C. WENSEL
is an associate professor of forestry, University of California, Berkeley.
EDWARD C. THOR 
wasformerly an economist with the Station's Land-Use and Landscape Planning MethodologyResearch Unit, at Berkeley, and is now a consultant with Resource Perspectives, Inc.,Lafayette, Calif.
THOMAS W. STUART
was an economist with the Station's Land-Useand Landscape Planning Methodology Research Unit, at Berkeley, Calif., and is now anoperations research analyst, Lolo National Forest, Missoula, Mont.
Acknowledgment:
We gratefully acknowledge the suggestions made by members of the University of California; Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture; Bureau of Land Management,U.S. Department of Interior; State of California and private individuals. We also thank themany officials at Federal and State agencies, colleges and universities, and private organi-zations who provided data for this report. The work reported herein was done by theUniversity under agreement PSW-32 with the Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experi-ment Station, and under University Project F-3816-MS (Lee C. Wensel, project leader).Funding for the University's work was provided by the Forest Service's Surface Environ-ment and Mining (SEAM) Program, formerly located at Billings, Montana.
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Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Experiment StationP.O. Box 245, Berkeley, California 94701
 
Economic Data for Wildland Planningand Management in the WesternUnited States: A Source Guide
Eric Eisenman Lee C. Wensel Edward C. Thor Thomas W. Stuart
CONTENTS
Introduction
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1
How To Use This Guide
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1
Subject Guide
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3
100 General Economic and Social Impacts .......................
3
200 Outdoor Recreation and Wilderness .........................
7
300 Wildlife and Fish ...........................................
11
400 Range ......................................................
13
500 Timber .....................................................
15
600 Land and Water .............................................
18
700 Minerals and Energy ........................................
20
Data Sources and Descriptions
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22
Alaska State Government ........................................
22
Arizona State Government ......................................
23
California State Government ....................................
24
Colorado State Government .....................................
25
Colleges and Universities ........................................
26
Hawaii State Government .......................................
31
Idaho State Government .........................................
32
Montana State Government ......................................
33
 Nebraska State Government .....................................
35
 New Mexico State Government ..................................
35
 Nevada State Government .......................................
36
Oregon State Government .......................................
37
Private Organizations ...........................................
38
South Dakota State Government .................................
44
United States Government .......................................
45
Utah State Government ..........................................
85
Washington State Government ..................................
86
Wyoming State Government .....................................
88
Additional Sources
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90
Appendix: Directory of Agencies
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97
A.Federal Agencies .............................................
97
B. State Agencies ..............................................
109
Index
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122

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