Newberry National Volcanic Monument comprehensive management plan

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Title: Newberry National Volcanic Monument comprehensive management plan
Author: Deschutes National Forest (Agency : U.S.)
Abstract: Plan establishes programmatic management and restoration activities direction for ten years, and complies with the mandate in section 6 of the Monument legislation. It establishes goals and objectives, describes desired future conditions, defines standards and guidelines for five management zones, outlines a monitoring program and identifies and prioritizes research opportunities, and also provides direction for surface lands and resources within the Newberry Special Management Area, Transferal Area Adjacent, Transferal Area, and Transferal Corridor, consistent with the Monument legislation and subject to the provisions of the 1970 Geothermal Steam Act and valid existing geothermal lease rights.
Description: 219 pp. Maps, tables, references, illus. Occupies some 50,000 acres of cinder cones, lava flows, and predominantly pine forests in Deschutes County between the communities of LaPine and Bend in Central Oregon. The Monument lies within Deschutes National Forest, is about 25 miles long and varies in width between two and ten miles. Captured August 20, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7209
Date: 1994-08


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