Federal Land Policy, Resource Management, Agency Appropriations and Revenues


Felicia Martin (Editor)

Series: Environmental Research Advances
BISAC: POL024000

The Property Clause in the U.S. Constitution grants Congress the authority to acquire, dispose of, and manage federal property. The 113th Congress is considering multiple federal land and natural resources policy and management issues. These issues are complex and often interrelated, and include how much and which land the government should own, and how lands and resources should be used and managed. These issues affect local communities, industries, ecosystems, and the nation. This book introduces some of the broad themes and issues Congress considers when addressing federal land policy and resource management. This book also discusses appropriation and revenues of federal land management agencies. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1 – Federal Lands and Natural Resources: Overview and Selected Issues for the 113th Congress (pp. 1-44)
Katie Hoover

Chapter 2 – Federal Land Management Agencies: Appropriations and Revenues (pp. 45-124)
Carol Hardy Vincent, Laura B. Comay, M. Lynne Corn, Curry L. Hagerty, Katie Hoover and William J. Mallett


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