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Title: Military land management research tools : an annotated bibliography
Authors: Balbach, H. E.
Keywords: Natural resources--Management
Military bases
Publisher: Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Special Report (Construction Engineering Research Laboratories (U.S.)) ; no. USACERL Special Report 96/65
Abstract: Management of U.S. Army training lands is accomplished by two types of personnel, the active land manager, who is most focused on methods for identification and remediation of the environmental consequences of supporting the military training and testing mission, and the researcher, who develops management tools and techniques to better assist the land manager. This bibliography is arranged so papers and reports believed most relevant to the active land manager are in one section of each topic area, and those of more interest and value to the researcher are in a separate section. The bibiliography covers these 14 topic areas: (1) Impacts of Military Training, (2) Measurement and Characterization of Vegetation, (3) Measurement and Characterization of Wildlife, (4) Characterization of Soils, Erosion, and Erosion Protection, (5) Land Management Principles, (6) The Land Condition-Trend Analysis Process, (7) Training Related Noise Management, (8) Characterization and Management of Threatened, Endangered, and Sensitive Species, (9) Survey and Management of Cultural Resources, (10) Assessment of Environmental Impact for NEPA Compliance, (11) Environmental Modeling in Land Management Applications and Related Geographic Information System Technology, (12) Environmental Education and Awareness, (13) Land Contamination as Related to Training and Testing Activities, and (14) Management of Fugitive Dust.
Description: Special Report
Gov't Doc #: USACERL Special Report 96/65
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11681/37906
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