Who Owns the West: Sixteen Case Studies on Natural Resource Ownership
David M. Diggs, Patrick Sweeney
Western Organization of Resource Councils, 1985 - Aquatic resources - 145 pages
"As part of the Natural Resources Policy Project, this study examines ownership and control of natural resources in sixteen counties in Colorado, Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming. Parts 1 through 5 present an introduction to the problems of concentrated ownership and contain sixteen case studies. Part 6 analyzes major findings in the counties and presents possible ramifications."--Foreword.
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Surface Land Ownership by Nature of Owner for Private Lands Over 20 Acres
RESOURCE OWNERSHIP IN THE WEST Chapter Page 1 Introduction 1
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20 acres totaled acreage agricultural land aquifers boom Bowman County Campbell County coal development coal leases Colorado Converse County county's Creek cropland Daniels County Dawson County Delta County Dunn County economic energy development family farm corporations farmers federal government Federal Land Grant County groundwater impacts In-County income increased industry irrigation Lands Over 20 lessees lignite livestock Mercer County mineral leasing mineral owner mineral rights Montana Department natural resource ownership Nature of Owner NDWC Niobrara County North Dakota number of farms oil and gas operations out-of-county Owner Acres Percent Owner for Private Ownership by Nature Ownership by Residency parcels over 20 Petroleum County Plata County population power plants private land production projects railroad ranchers ranches Residency of Owner Rio Blanco County Rosebud County Routt County Sheridan County study counties Surface Land Ownership surface owner Surface Ownership Surveyed parcels Table tion U.S. Dept uranium water development water rights Wyoming Yellowstone