Roswell District wilderness final environmental assessment, Volume 1
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Roswell District, 1984 - Law
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acres airspace alluvial plains barbary sheep basalt Black Peak WSA BLM's wilderness Boundary adjustments Carrizozo Lava Flow Carrizozo Malpais cultural resources deposits designated wilderness edge Education/Research existing federal lands Fires State Park gas resources GEM assessment habitat Highway 380 Impacts to Minerals impacts to wilderness Impacts to wildlife imprints inholding intrusive landform Lava Flow WSA lava rock legal access limestone hills Lincoln County Little Black Peak low potential material sales melanistic Mexico miles mineral exploration mining claims natural nearby northern occur oil and gas PAHOEHOE periphery portion potential livestock grazing present protect wilderness values Ranch recreation right-of-way salable minerals scenic qualities scoria significant impact sinkholes soil solitude opportunities southern WSA species study areas surface disturbing activities topography Tularosa Basin U.S. Geological Survey U.S. Highway visitors visual resources VRM Class wilderness alternative wilderness character wilderness designation wilderness study wildlife habitat WSA boundaries WSA lands WSA's
Page IR-12 - Animal unit month" means the amount of forage necessary for the sustenance of one cow, or its equivalent for a period of 1 month. (g) "Grazing capacity...
Page IE-5 - Manageability of an area 1s determined based upon an evaluation of provisions contained in BLM's Wilderness Management Policy (WMP). The following manageability factors were determined to potentially affect the ability of the BLM to preserve wilderness character: topography, State inholdings, and a potential realty action.