2 edition of Multiple mineral use of public lands. found in the catalog.
Multiple mineral use of public lands.
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs.
Henry C. Dworshak, Chairman of subcommittee.
|LC Classifications||KF26 .I5 1954|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 127 p.|
|Number of Pages||127|
|LC Control Number||54061991|
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Multiple mineral use of public lands: hearings before the Subcommittee on Public Lands of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, United States Senate, Eighty-third Congress, second session, on S, a bill to amend the mineral leasing laws to provide for multiple mineral development of the same tracts of the public lands, and for other purposes, Washington, D.C., May 17 To better understand our public lands, it’s important to know how they were established.
In the late s, according to the Public Lands Foundation, the U.S. government claimed millions of acres of land from the Native the same time, the government claimed land previously settled by Mexico, Canada, Russia, Spain, France and England.
Get this from a library. Multiple use of mineral lands: hearings before the Subcommittee on Mines and Mining of the Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, House of Representatives, Eighty-third Congress, second session, on H.R. and H.R.to amend the mineral leasing laws to provide for multiple mineral development of the same tracts of the public lands, and for other purposes.
2 ———— Federal Land Policy and Management Act of the public lands including implementation of the Mining and Minerals Policy Act of (84 Stat.30 U.S.C.
21a) as it pertains to the Multiple mineral use of public lands. book lands; and (13) the Federal Government should, on a basis. The matter of multiple uses of public lands is one of recent origin.
Perhaps it would be interesting, as background, to trace briefly the history of the public lands and the changing policies leading to the present policy of multiple use. recognized the lands should be held in public ownership for other resource values. In the early 20th century, Congress directed the Executive Branch to manage activities on the remaining public lands.
The Mineral Leasing Act of allowed leasing, exploration, and production of selected commodities such as coal, oil, gas, and sodium on public. Textual Records: Correspondence, permits and leases, lists of mineral lands, and accounting records of officers in charge of leasing lead and copper lands in IL, WI, and MI, (bulk ).
Related Records: Records relating to mineral lands,in RGRecords of the Office of the Chief of Ordnance. RECORDS OF THE GRAZING. Current Aspects of Multiple Use of Public Lands Robert T. Patton, Proceedings of 4th Annual Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute () You will note from the outline that I have referred to this paper as relating to the multiple use of public lands as an applied principle of public lands administration.
Harvest of Plants and Animals by the Public. Public harvesting of designated species of plants and animals, or their components, may be allowed in park units when hunting, trapping, subsistence use, or other harvesting is specifically authorized by statute or regulation and not.
Mineral Leasing Act of Under the Mineral Leasing Act ofas amended, 30 U.S.C. § et seq., the Bureau of Land Management grants leases for development of deposits of coal, phosphate, potash, sodium, sulphur and other leasable minerals on public domain lands and on lands having federal reserved minerals.
Draft: "Multiple Use Concepts and Land Use Decisions on the Public Lands." February Box 3 "Appendix: Land Use Decision Making." February Box 4 "Legal Study of Oil Shale on Public Lands." April Box 4 "Nonfuel Mineral Resources and the Public Lands." Volume I: "The Nonfuel Mineral Resources and the United States".
economics, natural gas policy, multiple use of public lands, mineral economics, air and water pollution, energy and national security, hazardous wastes, the economics of outer space, and climate resources. Resident staff members conduct most of the organization's work; a few others carry out research elsewhere under grants from RFF.
Multiple Use-Sustained Yield Act () On JCongress passed the Multiple Use-Sustained Yield Act, designed to prevent the obliteration of national forests by logging and water reclamation projects.
This law officially mandated the management of national forests to "best meet the needs of the American people." The forests were to be used not primarily for economic gain, but for a. Professor Hoffmann's areas of expertise include federal Indian law, natural resources law, and public lands law.
Her recent scholarship analyzes the systems governing natural resource uses on federal and tribal lands and explores the conflicts that arise from Constitutional and other systemic challenges facing indigenous nations in the United States.
The General Mining Act of is a United States federal law that authorizes and governs prospecting and mining for economic minerals, such as gold, platinum, and silver, on federal public law, approved oncodified the informal system of acquiring and protecting mining claims on public land, formed by prospectors in California and Nevada from the late s through Enacted by: the 42nd United States Congress.
They were set up for multiple use.” Sparking criticism from wildlife and wilderness groups was BLM’s recent announcement that it planned to sell l eases onacres spread around Utah. by New York's Environmental Conservation Law. This allows for diverse enjoyment of state lands by the people of the state.
Multiple use management addresses all of the demands placed on these lands: watershed management, timber management, wildlife management, rare plant and community protection, recreational use, and aesthetic appreciation.
Multiple Use Lands, Symbiotic Relations and Conflict Resolutions. Papers/Reports to share at table: * United States Mining Laws and Regulations Thereunder * Codified Law 30 U.S.C. 21(a) – 54 * The Mining Law of A Legal and Historical Analysis (book available for sale) * Mineral Regulatory Reform Act – A Clear Path Respecting Mining.
Introduction and Summary The law was administered by the Geological Survey, which classified public lands according to mineral value, the General Land Office, which issued leases and collected fees and royalties, and the Bureau of Mines, which oversaw lease development.
and argued for full multiple use of the lands. The President's. Unconventional Gas Development on Public Lands in the United States William (Bill) Lanning Managing public lands for multiple-use. U.S. Public and Indian LandsFederal Lands and Mineral Estate. • Mineral Leasing Act of.
Mineral rights can be described as the unseen value associated with a tract of land. Historically, land was transferred among owners with the royalty rights co-mingled with the surface rights. Historically, land was transferred among owners with the royalty rights co-mingled with the surface rights.AMAZON BOOK REVIEW.
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