Report for Alaska land withdrawals: section 204(c) of FLPMA (P.L. 94-579)
Describes each area proposed for withdrawal as a National Wildlife Refuge or a Natural Resource Area, its proposed use, land status, resources within the area of influence, existing uses, impact of withdrawal on uses of adjacent lands, etc.
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