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Setting Priorities for Land Conservation (1993)

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Suggested Citation:"Glossary." National Research Council. 1993. Setting Priorities for Land Conservation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2098.
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Suggested Citation:"Glossary." National Research Council. 1993. Setting Priorities for Land Conservation. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/2098.
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Glossary ANCILA: Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act BEM: Bureau of Land Management, Department of He Interior CEQ: Council on Environmental Quality CRP: Conservation Reserve Program DOl: Department of the Interior DU: Ducks Unlimited ElA: Environmental Impact Assessment EO: Element occurence, used in the acquisition criteria of The Nature Conservancy ESA: Endangered Species Act EWRA: Emergency Wetland Resources Act POPPA: Federal Land Policy Management Act GIS: Geographic information system HERS: Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service Inholder: Individual or entities holding property inside boundaries of federal holdings LAPS: Land Acquisition Priority System of the Office of Man agement and Budget [WCF: Land and Water Conservation Fund MBCA: Migratory Bird Conservation Act NAW CA : Norm American Wetlands Cons ewation Act NAWCC: Norm American Wetlands Conservation Council NAWMP North American Waterfowl Management Plan NEPA: National Environmental Policy Act 261

262 SETTING PRIORITIES FOR LAND CONSERVATION NFMA: National Forest Management Act NEWF: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation NINA: National Historic Preservation Act NPS: National Park Service, Department of Be Interior NWPCP: National Wetlands Priority Conservation Plan OMB: Office of Management and Budget ORRCC: Outdoor Recreation Resources Review Commission PLLRC: Public Land Law Review Commission PS&D Preserve Selection Art Design Manual of The Nature Conservancy SlA: Social impact assessment TDRs: Transferable development rights TNC: The Nature Conservancy TPL: Trust for Public Land USFS: United States Forest Service, Department of Agriculture USFWS: United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior

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This book responds to a congressional request to evaluated criteria by which land is acquired under the Land and Water Conservation Fund.

The committee reviews criteria and procedures by which four agencies acquire lands for conservation; examines the historic, public policy, and scientific bases of criteria and compares them with nongovernmental organizations; and assesses the effectiveness of the agencies in preserving natural resources while achieving agency objectives.

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