11th annual public lands, forest resources, and mining law
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Published by American Bar Association in [Chicago, Ill.?] .
Written in English


  • Public lands -- United States -- Congresses,
  • Forest conservation -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Congresses,
  • Mining law -- United States -- Congresses

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Other titlesTrends and developments., Eleventh annual public lands, forest resources, and mining law., Public lands, forest resources, and mining law.
ContributionsAmerican Bar Association. Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law.
LC ClassificationsKF325.216.A8 C66512
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16321774M

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Hearings to examine S and H.R, bills to promote conservation, improve public land management, and provide for sensible development in Pershing County, Nevada, S, to . Department of Natural Resources. Public Forest Lands. Handbook. Public Forest Lands Handbook i-1 HBi Chapter County Forest Law Resource Management All annual forest management activities that are carried out by any program (fish, wildlife, parks, endangered resources) File Size: 2MB. mineral patents. The Mining Law Administration program managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) involves primarily the last three elements: recordation, maintenance (annual worWsurface manage- ment), and mineral patents. Surface management on National Forest System lands is administered by the Forest Service, Department of Size: KB. 2. Location of mining claims and sites 3. Recordation of mining claims and sites 4. Annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees) for mining claims and sites 5. Mineral patents This pamphlet also provides a brief introduction of the BLM Mining Law Administration Program’s responsibilities on federal lands administered by the BLM.

  The Mining Law of is famously generous to miners when it comes to granting them rights to the riches on public lands. But in northern Idaho, a scuffle between miners and the . he National Forest Management Act (NFMA) of (P.L. ) is a United States federal law that is the primary statute governing the administration of national forests and was an amendment to the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resources Planning Act of , which called for the management of renewable resources on national forest lands. Jurisdiction. This subcommittee's jurisdiction includes oversight and legislative responsibilities for: public lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service including farming and grazing thereon, and wilderness areas; establishment of wildlife refuges on public lands and wilderness designation therein; military land withdrawals; reserved water rights; Alaska. The General Mining Law of , as amended, has five. elements: 1. Discovery of a valuable mineral deposit 2. Location of mining claims and sites 3. Recordation of mining claims and sites 4. Annual maintenance (annual assessment work or annual fees) for mining claims and sites. 5. Mineral patents The BLM’s Mining Law Administration program.

Mining firm profits from public lands remain a mystery, new GAO study shows could spur a renewed push to reform the year-old law governing U.S. hard-rock mining. Under the General Mining. Integrated Public Lands Management is the only book that deals with the management procedures of all the primary public land management agencies—National Forests, Parks, Wildlife Refuges, and the Bureau of Land Management—in one volume. This book fills the need for a unified treatment of the analytical procedures used by federal land management agencies in planning and managing their Cited by: Mining of hardrock minerals on federal lands is governed primarily by the General Mining Law of The law grants free access to individuals and corporations to prospect for minerals in public domain lands, and allows them, upon making a discovery, to stake (or “locate”) a claim on that deposit. A claim gives the holder the right to develop the minerals and may be “patented” to. Surface management of public lands under the U.S. mining laws 43 CFR United States. Bureau of Land Management. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, - Law - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.