Considered by many to be the finest map of US federal lands ever published, this 1996 map shows the lands that are controlled by our federal agencies. Color coding shows the areas by agency. Descriptions of the types of federal lands make this an outstanding reference for anyone interested in how our federal lands are managed, and who manages them.The 1996 Federal Lands map features:
• A complete US map, overlaid with federal lands according to the agency in charge
• Overlays for the types of land controlled by the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Defense, Energy, Interior, and other federal lands
• Detailed descriptions of the types of federal land under the jurisdiction of each Department. Separate color coding is used to show the agencies within each Department, for instance within the Department of Interior are the Bureau of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Land Management, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and the National Park Service.
• Land areas under the jurisdiction of the National Parks, Forest Service, national grasslands, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, national estuarine research, military reservations and installations, DOE research facilities, Indian reservations, BLM lands, national wildlife refuges, national recreation areas, national wild and scenic rivers, wilderness areas, and national scenic trails.
Coverage Area: United States
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