Watershed Management at Three Governmental Levelsby Peter E. Black, SUN Coll of Environmental Science, and Forestry, Syracuse, United States,
Abstract: Examples of holistic water resources management by the federal, state, and local levels of government illustrate practical application of basic principles of watershed management and public administration. Examples show evolution down to the operational watershed management for a federal agency; up for local management and some fancy footwork where needed in between.
Subject Headings: Resource management | Water resources | Watersheds | Federal government | Local government | Environmental issues
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