Federal Land Management decisions related to Executive Order 12348
McAnally, N. Dawn
Carrick, Paul M.
Greer, Willis N., Jr.
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This thesis identifies issues surrounding Federal Land Management decisions which relate to Executive Order (E.O.) 12348. It provides a history of the Federal Land Management Program, discussing related executive actions preceding E.O. 12348. The incentives and objectives affecting individual decision makers are examined to determine effects on land management actions. Public perceptions which influence incentives of individual decision makers are revealed within the thesis. Results of E.O. 12348 are analyzed to determine the necessity of providing appropriate incentives to decision makers involved in future land management actions.
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