Public Comment on the ICBEMP Process
Abstract:More than 83,000 citizens and interested parties heeded the Interior Columbia Basin Ecosystem Management Project's call for public comment; the content of their letters has been compiled by analysts not involved in the project itself. For every issue raised there were both proponents and critics. Nevertheless, the ICBEMP scientists will seek to incorporate the information and opinions in the final environmental impact statements due next year.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Program Coordinator, USDA Forest Service, Content Analysis Enterprise Team, Salt Lake City
Publication date: October 1, 1998
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