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Annual recreation days Short and long term T Losses of : Decrease ( < 1 ) Local employment Long term People / year Harvestable timber and firewood Decrease ( < 8,000 ) Local income Dollars / Long term year Decrease ( < 1 ) Wilderness ...

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The bill , creat- " Forever is STILL a long time . " ing 1,227,000 ACRES OF NEW WILDERNESS , would " keep civilization out " I don't believe that Oregon needs of an area roughly half the size more Wilderness .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources. Subcommittee on Public Lands and Reserved Water

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ISBN: UCAL:B5127502

Category: Wilderness areas

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The one has been there a long time . The other one is a matter of history . There is a little question of good faith . When the city of Sacramento came to us and asked for permission to build this reservoir in the Primitive Area over 10 ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs. Subcommittee on Public Lands

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ISBN: LOC:00184235869

Category: Wilderness areas

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22 And in some time after, Abraham said to Sarah his wife, I will go and see my son Ishmael, for I have a desire to see him, for I have not seen him for a long time. 23 And Abraham rode on one of his camels to the wilderness to seek his ...

Author: James Platter

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781477104569

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Inside the covers of this book you will find the Real Scriptures of the Christian churches. Many church leaders know that other Christian churches hold to these books but they are only willing to state what they have been brain-washed to believe, that is about the other inferior books: "It isn t in the canon" (of scripture) formed of course by the early Catholic Church at various stages and Councils from the fourth century A.D. therefore no one has the right to change what is in the canon of scripture and the Catholic Church changed it in their councils not in agreement of other Christians but to hide their offence at the words of God. They would not even imagine that different churches have different scriptures and assume that the correct canon of scripture must be the one first declared by the Catholic Church and its priests but other priests must be considered demented or apostate, but they are not affected by the changes they made to the canon of Scripture over many centuries. They will not consider the canons of Orthodox Churches or others because they vary in different regions of the world. So is European Christianity based in the Vatican City right about all its holy scriptures while everyone else s church scriptures are false scriptures? Ethiopia it seems got most books of scripture right even with their translation into an ancient language!
2012-08 By James Platter

Displacement and Coping in Wilderness Troy Elizabeth Hall. general questions , hikers are described ... Changing Use of Wilderness Results Long - time wilderness users were asked how their wilMen dominated the sample ( 70 percent ) ...

Author: Troy Elizabeth Hall

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ISBN: UIUC:30112118850921

Category: Recreational surveys

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We describe how wilderness visitors perceive changes in wilderness use, impacts, and management. We examine how visitors have responded to change, both behaviorally and cognitively. The study was based on a sample of visitors to 19 Forest Service wildernesses in Oregon and Washington. Many respondents said the types of wilderness trips they take have changed since their earlier wilderness trips. Most perceived adverse change. Use has increased (particularly day use), resulting in crowding and a widespread sense that these places seem less like wilderness than they did in the past. Most of these visitors learned to cope with these adverse changes by either adjusting the way they think about these places or by adjusting their behavior. Cognitive coping, particularly rationalization, is very common. Most visitors do not consider changing conditions to be very problematic, probably because their coping mechanisms are successful. This explains lack of support for management actions that restrict access. Very few visitors cannot cope with crowded conditions. Displacement of visitors away from crowded places does not seem prevalent enough for concern about increased crowding and biophysical impact in places in wilderness that are currently lightly used or the validity of on-site visitor surveys.

Neva was truly a long time in the wilderness and her struggle leads the reader on many unexpected twists and turns to a surprising end.

Author: Clarece Talcott

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ISBN: 059575869X

Category: Fiction

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Despite warnings from her family and her own common sense, in the year 1905, Neva Walters, a pretty southern farm girl and traveling organ teacher, hastily married Neal Larkin, a mysterious stranger who crashed her party. Savagely beaten on her wedding night, Neva soon learned she was a captive in the male dominated Larkin family where unusual circumstances ruled escape not an option. Effie, Neal's mother, nursed Neva back to health and became her mentor through her journey as a Larkin Woman. Neva, despite a future of pain, depravation and near helplessness strived to liberate the women and children from the grip of the Larkin men. Neva was truly a long time in the wilderness and her struggle leads the reader on many unexpected twists and turns to a surprising end.
2004-03-01 By Clarece Talcott

Non - wilderness management resulting in development will destroy this largely non - consumptive industry which can prosper to the end of time , as long as wilderness conditions remain . " ( 239 ) - Response Non - wilderness would not ...

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ISBN: IND:30000090083423

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News Briefs | BOOK AND CALENDAR SALES TO BENEFIT BOUNDARY WATERS WILDERNESS FOUNDATION. Hubachek Family Gives $2.5 Million Endowment to University of Minnesota The family of the late long-time wilderness advocate Frank Brooks Hubachek ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951P00748458R

Category: Boundary Waters Canoe Area (Minn.)

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Sometimes a lightly used wilderness capable of absorbing more use is located near a heavily used area . ... conditions to more readily find them , while at the same time reducing impacts by diverting use from heavily used areas .

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Understanding Threats to Circumpolar North Wilderness Character The increasing pressure across the arctic north to ... While we acknowledge that people have been living in a sustainable fashion in northern environments for a long time ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924101508319

Category: Forests and forestry

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Non - wilderness management resulting in development will destroy this largely non - consumptive industry which can prosper to the end of time , as long as wilderness conditions remain . " ( 239 ) Response Non - wilderness would not ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556030840367

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ness ecology for a long time,yet the Wilderness Act does not fully recognize this reality or furnish any guidance for resolving this issue. Human intervention is probably needed to save some of the remaining fire- dependent ecosystems ...

Author: Tony Professor Prato

Publisher: Earthscan

ISBN: 9781936331680

Category: History

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Prato and Fagre offer the first systematic, multi-disciplinary assessment of the challenges involved in managing the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem (CCE), an area of the Rocky Mountains that includes northwestern Montana, southwestern Alberta, and southeastern British Columbia. The spectacular landscapes, extensive recreational options, and broad employment opportunities of the CCE have made it one of the fastest growing regions in the United States and Canada, and have lead to a shift in its economic base from extractive resources to service-oriented recreation and tourism industries. In the process, however, the amenities and attributes that draw people to this 'New West' are under threat. Pastoral scenes are disappearing as agricultural lands and other open spaces are converted to residential uses, biodiversity is endangered by the fragmentation of fish and wildlife habitats, and many areas are experiencing a decline in air and water quality. Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes provides a scientific basis for communities to develop policies for managing the growth and economic transformation of the CCE without sacrificing the quality of life and environment for which the land is renowned. The book begins with a natural and economic history of the CCE. It follows with an assessment of current physical and biological conditions in the CCE. The contributors then explore how social, economic, demographic, and environmental forces are transforming ecosystem structure and function. They consider ecosystem change in response to changing patterns of land use, pollution, and drought; the increasing risk of wildfire to wildlife and to human life and property; and the implications of global climate change on the CCE. A final, policy-focused section of the book looks at transboundary issues in ecosystem management and evaluates the potential of community-based and adaptive approaches in ecosystem management.
2010-09-30 By Tony Professor Prato

But , we see that as the way of doing transportation planning while recognizing environmental concerns in a better manner . ... The other issue I want to cover on wilderness , the Commission's position for a long time has been that ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Energy and Natural Resources

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ISBN: UOM:39015024249248

Category: National parks and reserves

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... by the team representing the two agencies seemed to agree in both cases that the wilderness area was desirable and that we should reclassify it into a wilderness area . So it just seems to me we have studied it for a long time .

Author: United States. Congress. Senate

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While the Credo in Deut . ... you lived a long time in the wilderness , ' vs. 7b ) . Thus the leading through the wilderness became an indispensable element in the psalms where history comes in , as Ps . CXXXVI .

Author: Gerhard von Rad

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 0664224075

Category: Religion

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This republication of a classic work contains a new introduction by Walter Brueggemann that places Gerhard von Rad's work within the context of German theology, Old Testament theology, and the history of interpretation of the Old Testament. In Old Testament Theology, von Rad applies the most advanced results of form criticism to develop a new understanding of the Bible. His original approach is now available once again in English. The Old Testament Library provides fresh and authoritative treatments of important aspects of Old Testament study through commentaries and general surveys. The contributors are scholars of international standing.
2001-01-01 By Gerhard von Rad

A different route might result in higher construction costs and longer traveling time . Many impacts of this alternative would be similar to those described in Chapter III of this statement . The impacts of immediate wilderness ...

Author: United States. Department of the Interior. Alaska Planning Group

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ISBN: UOM:39015015512968

Category: Gates of the Arctic National Park (Alaska)

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A detailed assessment of environmental impacts associated with the establishment of the proposed park and the management of the land. Includes an inventory of the resources of the area.

The Wilderness Act of just one year ago was created for permanent protec tion and preservation of part of what is left of America the Beautiful for future generations . There will never be any more to preserve — there could be less if ...

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs

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Our chapter has been in support for a long time of the intentions of H.R. 5441. We would like to go on record as being strongly in support of it . Our only digression from this particular bill is the omission of the wilderness clause ...

Author: United States. Congress. House Interior and Insular Affairs Comm

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105119495575

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This means that the WSA's wilderness values will be subjected to more short term and long term impacts . While unnecessary damage to lands and resources will be prevented by standard procedures , permanent damage could occur to the ...

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The events which caused them may have happened a long time ago . But if we insist that wilderness is a space free of human action , then such spaces must be disqualified.28 But , if what we mean by wilderness is historically smooth ...

Author: Andrew Light

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 0847690954

Category: Philosophy

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Places are today subject to contrary tendencies. They lose some functions, which may scale up to fewer more centralized places, or down to numerous more dispersed places, and they gain other functions, which are scaling up and down from other places. This prompts premature prophecies of the abolition of space and the obsolescence of place. At the same time, a growing literature testifies to the persistence of place as an incorrigible aspect of human experience, identity, and morality. Place is a common ground for thought and action, a community of experienced particulars that avoids solipsism and universalism. It draws us into the philosophy of the ordinary, into familiarity as a form of knowledge, into the wisdom of proximity. Each of these essays offers a philosophy of place, and reminds us that such philosophies ultimately decide how we make, use, and understand places, whether as accidents, instruments, or fields of care.
1998 By Andrew Light

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