RFF research on forests and land use spans natural, rural, and urban settings. This collection of ten classic books includes three works by Marion Clawson, perhaps the most famous and visionary thinker about forest policy. It includes works that explore the management of public lands for extractive resources as well as for habitat protection and recreation. The RFF Library Collection brings back landmark books published by Resources for the Future throughout its nearly 60-year history as the pre-eminent research institution devoted exclusively to environmental issues. The Collection offers individuals and institutions the most classic and relevant literature across a range of environmental issues.
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The Federal Lands Revisited By Marion Clawson 9781617260407 302 pp Forests for Whom and for What? By Marion Clawson 9781617260353 175 pp Economics of Outdoor Recreation By Marion Clawson and Jack L. Knetsch 9781617260346 328 pp Public Lands Politics: Interest Group Influence on the Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management By Paul J. Culhane 9781617260377 398 pp America's National Parks and Their Keepers By Ronald A. Foresta 9781617260339 382 pp Timber Supply, Land Allocation, and Economic Efficiency By William F. Hyde 9781617260421 224 pp Our National Park Policy: A Critical History By John Ise 9781617260360 701 pp The Forest Service: A Study in Public Land Management By Glen O. Robinson 9781617260414 337 pp Simulation of Recreational Use for Park and Wilderness Management By Mordechai Shechter and Robert C. Lucas 9781617260384 220 pp Structure and Properties of a Wilderness Travel Simulator: An Application to the Spanish Peaks Area By V. Kerry Smith and John V. Krutilla 9781617260391 173 pp