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RoadSites Tm In the American Southwest

Author : William C McElroy
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This Colorado vacation trip guide will be the most valuable guide you will ever own as it contains hundreds of names with addresses and GPS for Colorado's museums, tourist attractions, sportsman activities, and much more. Also included are the medical facilities in each town or city in case needed, and included are the Recreational Vehicle (RV) parks for those taking their home away from home with him or her.Time for each road's drive along with the estimated mileage is provided along with 'cautions' on possible road hazards, closings, weird turns, and most needed the Public Restrooms. For those that enjoy boating, the exact location of various Boat Ramps are provided. This guide will show you which river you are crossing or following in your search for that perfect picture or picnic location, or just a dip on a hot summer's day. Check out the Whitewater rafting spots. The Table of Contents provides the road or highway name, and the Index the provides the names of the attractions. When using Kindle you can copy the names into the 'Search' box and easily find the GPS coordinate and the road where you can visit the selected attraction. Unlike some of the other RoadSites tm e-books by this author, this Colorado version has many county and local roads listed due to the fact that Colorado unlike many states has tons of camping and hiking areas that are hidden away in the National and State forest and not near the main highways. These side roads are included when there was found to be an interesting museum, attraction, camping area, etc. You find this RoadSites tm Vacation guide informative and handy, and thus have an interesting Colorado adventure. Enjoy..

Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation no special title

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Forest Service Roadless Area Conservation

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The Forest Service is proposing new regulations to protect inventoried roadless areas within the National Forest System. This final environmental impact statement (FEIS) responds to strong public sentiment for protecting roadless areas and the clean water, biological diversity, dispersed recreational opportunities, wildlife habitat, forest health, and other public benefits provided by these areas. This action also responds to budgetary concerns and the need to balance management objectives with funding priorities.

PLUMP a Plume Predictor and Cloud Model for Fire Managers

Author : Don J. Latham
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Wild Land Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium

Author : Bruce A. Roundy
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An authoritative investigation of the biology and management of wildland shrubs. Focuses on the development of the science of restoration ecology. An in-depth look at the restoration and revegetation of even the most rare shrubs. Divided into six sections: overview, restoration and revegetation, ecology, genetic integrity, and management options. Dozens of charts, graphs, and photos.

General Technical Report INT

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Proceedings Wildland Shrub and Arid Land Restoration Symposium

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General Technical Report PSW

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Research and Cumulative Watershed Effects

Author : Leslie M. Reid
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Terrestrial Vegetation of California 3rd Edition

Author : Michael Barbour
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"This completely new edition of Terrestrial Vegetation of California clearly documents the extraordinary complexity and richness of the plant communities and of the state and the forces that shape them. This volume is a storehouse of information of value to anyone concerned with meeting the challenge of understanding, managing or conserving these unique plant communities under the growing threats of climate change, biological invasions and development."—Harold Mooney, Professor of Environmental Biology, Stanford University "The plants of California are under threat like never before. Traditional pressures of development and invasive species have been joined by a newly-recognized threat: human-caused climate change. It is essential that we thoroughly understand current plant community dynamics in order to have a hope of conserving them. This book represents an important, well-timed advance in knowledge of the vegetation of this diverse state and is an essential resource for professionals, students, and the general public alike."—Brent Mishler, Director of the University & Jepson Herbaria and Professor of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley