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BLM forest lands report -- 2006 status and conditionAuthor(s): Tim Bottomley; Jim Menlove
Source: BLM/ST/ST-07/001+5000. Denver, CO: Bureau of Land Management. 111 p.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI), administers over 261 million surface acres of public land in the western United States, including Alaska. Approximately 69 million acres, or 26 percent, are classified as forested.
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CitationBottomley, Tim; Menlove, Jim. 2006. BLM forest lands report -- 2006 status and condition. BLM/ST/ST-07/001+5000. Denver, CO: Bureau of Land Management. 111 p.
KeywordsBureau of Land Management, BLM, Forest Inventory and Analysis, FIA
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