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Mapping social and cultural values in the Mission MountainsAuthor(s): Alan Watson
Source: In: Ritter, Sharon, ed. EcoReport. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project. 4, 12.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionPicture a favorite area where you hike, hunt, ride your 4-wheeler, seek solitude and renewal, or maybe just appreciate for its wildlife habitat. How would you feel if that area was burned over, the understory trees were thinned out, or a road built through it? Would you feel that your favorite area has been harmed or protected?
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CitationWatson, Alan. 2008. Mapping social and cultural values in the Mission Mountains. In: Ritter, Sharon, ed. EcoReport. Missoula, MT: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project. 4, 12.
KeywordsBEMRP, Bitterroot Ecosystem Management Research Project
- BEMRP: Beyond the bitterroot
- Looking at emissions and economics of biomass use
- What pollutes more: Burning logging scraps on-site or hauling them to boilers?
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