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Allen, D.L., and A.S. Leopold. 1977. A Review and Recommendations Relative to the NPS Science Program. Memorandum Report to Director. National Park Service, Washington, D.C. 15 pp.

Allen, D.L., L. Erickson, E.R. Hall, and W.M. Schirra. 1981. A Review and Recommendations on Animal Problems and Related Management Needs in Units of the National Park System. A Report to the Secretary of the Interior James G. Watt. Reprinted by the George Wright Society, Hancock, Mich.


Baron, J. 1991. How Has the National Park Service Gained from Acid Rain Research? Highlights of Natural Resources Management 1990, L. Fox, ed. NPS/ NRPO/NRR-91-03. U.S. Department of the Interior, Natural Resource Publications Office.


Castleberry, D. 1987. Report on the Workshop of National Park Service Regional Chief Scientists , Omaha, Nebraska, Dec. 3–5, 1986. 10 pp.

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