2 edition of Impacts, damage to cultural resources in the California desert found in the catalog.
Impacts, damage to cultural resources in the California desert
Margaret M Lyneis
by Bureau of Land Management, California : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Riverside, Calif
Written in English
|Statement||Margaret M. Lyneis, David L. Weide, Elizabeth von Till Warren ; Eric W. Ritter, general editor|
|Series||Cultural resources publications|
|Contributions||Weide, David L, Warren, Elizabeth, 1934-, Ritter, Eric W, United States. Bureau of Land Management. Desert Planning Staff, University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Dept. of Anthropology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
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Elizabeth von Till Warren (born Ap ) is an American historian and preservationist. She has expertise in the history of water development in the Mojave Desert and the Las Vegas Valley in particular.
She also has expertise in the historical route of the Old Spanish Trail in Southern Nevada. She is married to Claude have four children: Claude Jr., Susan, Louis, and tion: Historian.
impact of the proposed California Desert Conservation and Recreation Act (CDCRA) of on mining Impacts in the region. The report concludes that the legislation will have minimal impact on mining and builds on the natural and cultural attractions that have been significant drivers of the regional economy for the past four decades.
For many years, the impacts and effects of off-road vehicles (ORV) on ecosystems have been a controversial subject across the United States and throughout the world (Webb and Wilshire, ). In the United States, it became an issue during the s when environmentalists became concerned with ORV use on federal Size: KB.
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Resources in contexts being altered, buildings changing uses, being altered or demolished, should be documented to HABS level 1 or 2 while resources being restored or retained unaltered may be photographed to HABS level 3, the lowest level, as appropriate. If the cultural resource you are mitigating is a building or complex of buildings use Size: KB.
Impacts of the CSU on the State of California Whenever new income is injected into an economy, it starts a ripple effect that creates a total economic impact that is larger than the initial influx. This is because the recipients of the new income spend some percentage of it within the region, and the recipients of that share, in turn, spend.
The quality of ecosystem services increases with the level of intactness, complexity, and/or species richness of ecosystems (Díaz et al. ).Many of the negative consequences human societies experience from climate change are related to the adaptation limits of individual species that provide us with food, fiber, fuel and shelter, as well as the services provided by whole by: 7.
California Desert Byways will help you discover the hidden surprises along the American West’s most beautiful and historic unpaved backroads From day trips to weekend getaways and even longer multiday treks, the 68 tours in this trail-tested adventure guide will take you from sky-scraping peaks to remote warm springs and palm-shaded oases/5(59).
Impacts: Damage to Cultural Resources in the California Desert. United States Bureau of Land Management, Riverside, California.
Manly, William Lewis. Death Valley in ’ Borden Publishing Company, Los Angeles. McGuire, Kelly R., Alan P.
Garfinkel, and Mark E. Basgall. There are huge public health impacts of a warming world, many of which will be keenly felt by the desert's most vulnerable people.
The heat wave in Europe pushed temperatures to °F or so, a range experienced by the Coachella Valley every summer, but as few people had access to air conditioning, 50, people are estimated to have died. Impacts from climate change are happening now.
These impacts extend well beyond an increase in temperature, affecting ecosystems and communities in the United States and around the world. Things that we depend upon and value — water, energy, transportation, wildlife, agriculture, ecosystems, and human health — are experiencing the effects.
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Coachella Valley Watercolor Society Currently has over members, donates money and scholarships to youth organizations and children's art programs. A diversity of resources occur naturally in deserts. From fossil fuels, the world's primary energy source, to sparkling rocks and myriad gemstones, mineral salts, and iron ore that is turned into steel, deserts are a source of some of the most important natural resources on Earth.
This highly readable, spectacularly illustrated compendium is an ecological journey into a wondrous land of extremes. The California Deserts explores the remarkable diversity of life in this harsh yet fragile quarter of the Golden a rich narrative, it illuminates how that diversity, created by drought and heat, has evolved with climate change since the Ice Ages/5.
Economic Impacts of the California Drought for Agriculture Executive Summary Josué MedellínAzuara 1, Duncan Ma cEwan 2, Richard E. Howitt 1,2, Daniel A.
Sum ner 3, and Jay R. Lund 1. 1 Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Dav is 2 ERA. Environmental impacts have increased, including potential degradation of the soil and water resources vital to both farm productivity and human health. Such environmental problems can best be understood by tracing their evolution through the history of farming in this country.
An LCA estimates resource requirements, energy use, and environmental impacts of products or services at all life stages. The estimates may be derived from detailed, “bottom-up” analyses of mining, manufacturing, transport, construction, operations, and disposal processes or from “top-down” analyses based on national-scale economic input/output models.Full text of "Cultural resources of the California desert, historic trails and wagon roads" See other formats.risk of damage to cultural resources.
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