1 edition of Inventory and evaluation of California coastal recreation and aesthetic resources found in the catalog.
Inventory and evaluation of California coastal recreation and aesthetic resources
|Statement||prepared by the Bureau of Land Management, Pacific OCS Office.|
|Series||POCS technical paper -- no. 81-5.|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Pacific Outer Continental Shelf Office., Granville Corporation.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. in 1 :|
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Inventory and evaluation of California coastal recreation and aesthetic resources. Los Angeles, Calif.: The Office, [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United States.
Bureau of Land Management. Pacific Outer Continental Shelf Office. Get this from a library. Inventory and evaluation of California coastal recreation and aesthetic resources: [final report].
[United States. Pacific Outer Continental Shelf Office.; Granville Corporation.;]. (2) to encourage and assist the states to exercise effectively their responsibilities in the coastal zone through the development and implementation of management programs to achieve wise use of the land and water resources of the coastal zone, giving full consideration to ecological, cultural, historic, and esthetic values as well as the needs.
Furthermore, an evaluation system that provides the basis for comparing wetlands would facilitate mitigation for unavoidable wetland losses, would provide a tool for determining the success (or failure) of programs and policies intended to protect or manage wetland resources, and would assist in identifying long-term trends in the condition of.
Water quality standards for wetlands can form the basis for these assessments and management programs for wetlands. Second, water quality standards requirements for other surface waters such as rivers, lakes and estuaries can provide an impetus for States to protect, enhance and restore wetlands to help achieve nonpoint source control and water.
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Tippie. The assessment exercise showed that there is a high awareness in the scientific community about the ecosystem services of coastal lagoons. However, there are important challenges and knowledge gaps that have been revealed in Inventory and evaluation of California coastal recreation and aesthetic resources book survey that could provide the basis for further research.
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