Catalog Record: Santa Monica Mountains National recreation area (N.R.A.), General Management Plan (GMP) : environmental impact statement | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Santa Monica Mountains National recreation area (N.R.A.), General Management Plan (GMP) : environmental impact statement.

Language(s): English
Published: 1982.
Note: Drev only available in microfiche.
Physical Description: Volumes held: D, Drev, F; General Management Plan (GMP) B1; Proposed public use plan, Cross Mountain Peak B2; Franklin Canyon Rocks, draft development concept plan, environmental assessment (EA) B3; Natural resource management plan, draft, environmental assessment (EA) B4 ; Public ownership, proposed B5; Background information B6; Planning issues B7; Criteria for interim use and management of newly acquired land B8; Urban minority and handicapped populations, potential visitor use B9; Development concept plan, environmental assessment (EA) B10; Parklands management B11; Parklands management, summary B12; Land acquisition information B13; Land acquisition plan B14; Santa Monica Mountains comprehensive plan B15; Development concept plan, environmental assessment (EA) (1983) B16; Development concept plan, environmental assessment (EA) (1983) B17; General Management Plan (October 2000) B18; D (2000)
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