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eBook Balancing Environment and Development: Costs, Revenues, and Benefits of the Western Riverside County Multiple Species, Habitat Conservation Plan epub

by Lloyd Dixon,Paul Sorensen,Mark Hanson,Myles Collins,Martin Wachs

eBook Balancing Environment and Development: Costs, Revenues, and Benefits of the Western Riverside County Multiple Species, Habitat Conservation Plan epub
  • ISBN: 0833046098
  • Author: Lloyd Dixon,Paul Sorensen,Mark Hanson,Myles Collins,Martin Wachs
  • Genre: Science
  • Subcategory: Biological Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Rand Publishing (December 16, 2008)
  • Pages: 270 pages
  • ePUB size: 1272 kb
  • FB2 size 1910 kb
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by Lloyd Dixon (Author), Paul Sorensen (Author), Mr Martin Wachs (Author), Myles .

by Lloyd Dixon (Author), Paul Sorensen (Author), Mr Martin Wachs (Author), Myles Collins (Author), Mark Hanson (Author) & 2 more. A large reserve is being created in western Riverside County to mitigate development effects on threatened and endangered species. This monograph examines the plan's costs, revenues, and effects on the permitting process.

A large reserve is being created in western Riverside County to mitigate development effects on threatened and endangered species. Capabilities Overview.

public land in western Riverside County to provide an overall conservation area of approximately 500,000. This chapter describes the various sources of revenue for RCA and forecasts revenue for October 2007 through December 2079 Read Online.

The Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Planmitigates development effects on. Economics, 1989, University of California at Berkeley) is a Senior Economist, RAND, Santa Monica, CA. Библиографические данные.

The Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Planmitigates development effects on 146 plant and animal species byestablishing a 500,000-acre conservation reserve. This monograph tion strategies and costs, revenue adequacy and potential newfunding sources, the plan's goals, and whether the planhas streamlined transportation and development permitting processes.

The Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan mitigates development effects on 146 plant and animal species by establishing a 500,000-acre conservation reserve. This monograph examines land-acquisition strategies and costs, revenue adequacy and potential new funding sources, the plan's goals, and whether the plan has streamlined transportation and development permitting processes.

Balancing Environment. The Western Riverside County Regional Conservation Authority (RCA) acquires land for and manages the reserve. It compares projected costs and revenues and identifies potential funding sources to fill any resulting funding gap. It also examines the prospect for achieving the MSHCP's goals and whether the MSHCP has, in fact, streamlined the permitting processes.

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by Dixon, Lloyd; Sorensen, Paul; Wachs, Martin; Collins, Myles .

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The Western Riverside County Multiple Species Habitat Conservation Plan mitigates development effects on 146 plant and animal species by establishing a 500,000 acre conservation reserve. This monograph examines land acquisition strategies and costs, revenue adequacy and potential new funding sources, the plan's habitat conservation goals, and whether the plan has streamlined transportation and development permitting processes.
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