Our vanishing past: the crisis of cultural and paleontological resources on BLM lands
United States. Bureau of Land Management. Cultural and Fossil Resources and Tribal Coordination Group
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, 2002 - Law - 133 pages
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106 data recovery acres Acres inventoried acres of public Alaska Anasazi archaeological sites Archaic Areas of Critical Arizona Basin BLM Field Office BLM lands BLM National BLM-managed lands California Canyon collecting Colorado Creek Critical Environmental Concern cultural and paleontological cultural heritage Cultural properties recorded data recovery dinosaur Economic Benefits erosion Existing Partnerships fossil resources fossils heritage tourism historic sites Idaho Indian inventoried for cultural Lewis and Clark Major Accomplishments mammals mammoth Mexico mining Montana Museum National Conservation Area National Historic Landmark National Historic Trail National Monument Native American Navajo Pueblitos Nevada numerous Office BLM Field Oregon Oregon Trail Paiute Paleo-Indian paleontological resources Petroglyphs Pleistocene prehistoric properties FY 2000 protection public lands Pueblo Ranch recreational Register of Historic Resource Use Permits Resources At Risk River rock art rock art sites saber-toothed cats Section 106 data Shoshone Tribal tribes U.S. Forest Service Utah vandalism vertebrate visitors Wyoming