The Resource Preserving Arizona's environmental heritage : background report, prepared by the University of Arizona under the direction of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy

Preserving Arizona's environmental heritage : background report, prepared by the University of Arizona under the direction of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy

Label
Preserving Arizona's environmental heritage : background report
Title
Preserving Arizona's environmental heritage
Title remainder
background report
Statement of responsibility
prepared by the University of Arizona under the direction of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
AZT
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • charts
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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1991
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Arizona Town Hall.
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • University of Arizona
  • Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
Series statement
Arizona Town Hall
Series volume
59
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  • Environmental protection
  • Environmental policy
  • Southwest Border Collection
Label
Preserving Arizona's environmental heritage : background report, prepared by the University of Arizona under the direction of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes bulleted hightlights of; "59th Arizona Town Hall findings and recommendations on the environment"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-246)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nancy K. Laney
  • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
  • Soil and Groundwater Contamination
  • Municipal Solid Waste
  • Incineration (Combustion)
  • Medicial Waste and Incineration
  • Land Disposal
  • Waste Tire Disposal
  • Lead Acid Batteries and Used Oil
  • Recycling and Composting
  • Southwest Public Recycling Association (SPRA)
  • The Natural Setting
  • Land-Use Controls and Building Codes
  • Composting
  • Source Reduction
  • Urban Water and Energy Issues
  • Water
  • Selected Water Issues in Arizona
  • Arizona Today
  • Energy
  • Energy Use: The Natinal Context
  • Where is Arizona Heading?
  • Geographic Setting
  • Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Energy Policy and Planning
  • Urban Washes, Open Spaces, and Wildlife
  • Urban Washes
  • Why Watercourses Deteriorated
  • Some Urban Wash Problems
  • Recent Changes in Attitudes Toward Urban Riparian Areas
  • Innovative Ways of Preserving of Restoring Arizona Washes and Wetlands
  • Ordinances
  • Land Acquistions
  • Manmade Water Bodies
  • Historical Background
  • Ways to Preserve Urban Washes -Issues and Policy Options
  • Urban Open Space and Parks
  • Parks and Recreations
  • Relationships Between Urban Areas and Protected Lands
  • Role if Urban State Lands
  • Ways to Presere Open Space-Issues and Policy Options
  • Wildlife
  • The Importance Washes and Open Space to Wildlife
  • The Importance of Native Vegetation to Wildlife
  • The Importance of Wildlife and Native Vegetation to Urban Residents
  • Arizona's Public Lands Today
  • Examples of Community Concern for Wildlife
  • Ways to Protect and Enhance Wildlife Habitat and Native Vegetation-Issues and Policy Options
  • Protecting Urban Washes, Open Space and Wildlife
  • Section 4-Arizona's Border Environment: Binational Issues
  • The Arizona-Sonora Border"Context and Background
  • South-to-North Border Invironmental issues: The Rio Sonoyta Valley, San Pedro River Valley and Black Draw
  • The Rio Sonyta Valley
  • Groundwater Removal
  • Pesticides Issues
  • The San Pedro River
  • Recreation and the Public Lands
  • Black Draw
  • North-to-South Border Environmental Issues: The Colorado River and Whitewater Draw
  • The Colorado River
  • Whitewater Draw
  • Bidirectional Border Environmental Issues: The Santa Cruz Basin-Nogales Area and the Smelter Triangle
  • The Santa Cruz Basin-Nogales area
  • Air QUality in the Smelter Triangle
  • Resolving Transborder Environmental Issues
  • Potential Ways of Resolving Border Environmental Issues
  • Groups and Government Agencies Involved in Boundary Environmental Issues
  • Damage to Natural Areas
  • Non-governmental Organizations
  • Governmental Agencies
  • Summary
  • Suggested Reading
  • About the Author
  • Arizona's Riparian Areas and Wetlands-The Past
  • Arizona's Riparian Areas and Wetlands Today
  • Why Riparian Areas Were Lost
  • Fifity-Ninth Arizona Town Hall
  • Changing Attitudes Toward Streams
  • Water-based Recreation
  • Plant and Animal Diversity
  • Threatened and Endangered Plants and Animals
  • Loss and Degradation of Wildlife Habitat
  • Introduction of Exotic Species
  • Environmental Contaminants
  • The Values of Arizona's Natural Environment
  • Ecological, Sociological and Psychological Values
  • Measuring Public Perceptions
  • Recommendations and List of Participants
  • Protecting Perceptual Values
  • Economic Values
  • Measuring Economic Benefits
  • Types of Economic Benefits
  • Natural Areas: Issues and Opprtunities
  • The Verde Valley Example
  • Major Statewide Nonprofit Environmental Group in Arizona
  • Arizona Heritage Fund
  • Issue: Increasing Demands on Arizona's Riparian Areas Opportunities
  • Issue: Effects of Recretional Overuse Opprtunities
  • Introduction
  • Issue: Restoration of Land Exhange Authority to the State Land Department
  • Opportunity
  • Section 2- Arizona's Rural Environment
  • Resources and the Rural Economy
  • The Setting
  • The Rural Economy
  • Multiple Resource Issues on Arizona's Range and Forest Lands
  • Agriculture in Arizona
  • Water Resources Issues
  • Competition for Water
  • Prologue
  • Degradation of Water Quality
  • Safe Drinking Water
  • Flooding and Erosion
  • Solid Waste Disposal and Safe Use and Disposal of Pesticides
  • Abandoned Farmland
  • Air-quality Issues
  • Alternative Future: Where Are We Headed?
  • Sustainable Ranching in Arizona
  • Phsyical and Administrative Characteristics of Arizona Ranches
  • Ranching and Sustainability
  • The Setting
  • Environmental Constraints to Range Livestock Production
  • Management Strategies
  • Rangeland Use and Changing Social Values
  • Mining in Arizona
  • History of Mining in Arizona
  • Mining in Arizona Today
  • The Mineral Industry in Arizona
  • Exploration Activities
  • Government Programs
  • Mining and the Environment
  • The Present Challenge
  • Reclamation
  • New Research Programs
  • Section 3-Arizona's Urban Environment
  • Urban Air Quality and Arizona's Quality of Life
  • Meterology and Urban Topography
  • Sources and Health Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Oxides of Nitrogen
  • Ozone
  • The Report: Conceptual Organization and Underlying Assumptions
  • Particulates
  • Photochemical Smog
  • Other Sources of Air Pollutants
  • Pollen
  • Radon
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
  • Extent of the Problem
  • Trends and Projections
  • Regulation and Policy
  • reducing Vehicle-miles Driven
  • Section I-Arizona's Natural Environment
  • Preachments and Public Information
  • Financial Incentives
  • Reduction Emissions per Vehicle-mile
  • Fuel Modification
  • Alternative Fuels
  • Reducing Congestion
  • Costs
  • Waste Disposal, Recycling and Contamination
  • Hazardous Waste
  • House Bill 2121
Control code
ocm26246649
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xxxvi, 252 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedai
Media type code
n
Other physical details
charts, illustrations, maps;
System control number
(Sirsi) o26246649
Label
Preserving Arizona's environmental heritage : background report, prepared by the University of Arizona under the direction of the Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
Publication
Note
Includes bulleted hightlights of; "59th Arizona Town Hall findings and recommendations on the environment"
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 241-246)
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Nancy K. Laney
  • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
  • Soil and Groundwater Contamination
  • Municipal Solid Waste
  • Incineration (Combustion)
  • Medicial Waste and Incineration
  • Land Disposal
  • Waste Tire Disposal
  • Lead Acid Batteries and Used Oil
  • Recycling and Composting
  • Southwest Public Recycling Association (SPRA)
  • The Natural Setting
  • Land-Use Controls and Building Codes
  • Composting
  • Source Reduction
  • Urban Water and Energy Issues
  • Water
  • Selected Water Issues in Arizona
  • Arizona Today
  • Energy
  • Energy Use: The Natinal Context
  • Where is Arizona Heading?
  • Geographic Setting
  • Recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Energy Policy and Planning
  • Urban Washes, Open Spaces, and Wildlife
  • Urban Washes
  • Why Watercourses Deteriorated
  • Some Urban Wash Problems
  • Recent Changes in Attitudes Toward Urban Riparian Areas
  • Innovative Ways of Preserving of Restoring Arizona Washes and Wetlands
  • Ordinances
  • Land Acquistions
  • Manmade Water Bodies
  • Historical Background
  • Ways to Preserve Urban Washes -Issues and Policy Options
  • Urban Open Space and Parks
  • Parks and Recreations
  • Relationships Between Urban Areas and Protected Lands
  • Role if Urban State Lands
  • Ways to Presere Open Space-Issues and Policy Options
  • Wildlife
  • The Importance Washes and Open Space to Wildlife
  • The Importance of Native Vegetation to Wildlife
  • The Importance of Wildlife and Native Vegetation to Urban Residents
  • Arizona's Public Lands Today
  • Examples of Community Concern for Wildlife
  • Ways to Protect and Enhance Wildlife Habitat and Native Vegetation-Issues and Policy Options
  • Protecting Urban Washes, Open Space and Wildlife
  • Section 4-Arizona's Border Environment: Binational Issues
  • The Arizona-Sonora Border"Context and Background
  • South-to-North Border Invironmental issues: The Rio Sonoyta Valley, San Pedro River Valley and Black Draw
  • The Rio Sonyta Valley
  • Groundwater Removal
  • Pesticides Issues
  • The San Pedro River
  • Recreation and the Public Lands
  • Black Draw
  • North-to-South Border Environmental Issues: The Colorado River and Whitewater Draw
  • The Colorado River
  • Whitewater Draw
  • Bidirectional Border Environmental Issues: The Santa Cruz Basin-Nogales Area and the Smelter Triangle
  • The Santa Cruz Basin-Nogales area
  • Air QUality in the Smelter Triangle
  • Resolving Transborder Environmental Issues
  • Potential Ways of Resolving Border Environmental Issues
  • Groups and Government Agencies Involved in Boundary Environmental Issues
  • Damage to Natural Areas
  • Non-governmental Organizations
  • Governmental Agencies
  • Summary
  • Suggested Reading
  • About the Author
  • Arizona's Riparian Areas and Wetlands-The Past
  • Arizona's Riparian Areas and Wetlands Today
  • Why Riparian Areas Were Lost
  • Fifity-Ninth Arizona Town Hall
  • Changing Attitudes Toward Streams
  • Water-based Recreation
  • Plant and Animal Diversity
  • Threatened and Endangered Plants and Animals
  • Loss and Degradation of Wildlife Habitat
  • Introduction of Exotic Species
  • Environmental Contaminants
  • The Values of Arizona's Natural Environment
  • Ecological, Sociological and Psychological Values
  • Measuring Public Perceptions
  • Recommendations and List of Participants
  • Protecting Perceptual Values
  • Economic Values
  • Measuring Economic Benefits
  • Types of Economic Benefits
  • Natural Areas: Issues and Opprtunities
  • The Verde Valley Example
  • Major Statewide Nonprofit Environmental Group in Arizona
  • Arizona Heritage Fund
  • Issue: Increasing Demands on Arizona's Riparian Areas Opportunities
  • Issue: Effects of Recretional Overuse Opprtunities
  • Introduction
  • Issue: Restoration of Land Exhange Authority to the State Land Department
  • Opportunity
  • Section 2- Arizona's Rural Environment
  • Resources and the Rural Economy
  • The Setting
  • The Rural Economy
  • Multiple Resource Issues on Arizona's Range and Forest Lands
  • Agriculture in Arizona
  • Water Resources Issues
  • Competition for Water
  • Prologue
  • Degradation of Water Quality
  • Safe Drinking Water
  • Flooding and Erosion
  • Solid Waste Disposal and Safe Use and Disposal of Pesticides
  • Abandoned Farmland
  • Air-quality Issues
  • Alternative Future: Where Are We Headed?
  • Sustainable Ranching in Arizona
  • Phsyical and Administrative Characteristics of Arizona Ranches
  • Ranching and Sustainability
  • The Setting
  • Environmental Constraints to Range Livestock Production
  • Management Strategies
  • Rangeland Use and Changing Social Values
  • Mining in Arizona
  • History of Mining in Arizona
  • Mining in Arizona Today
  • The Mineral Industry in Arizona
  • Exploration Activities
  • Government Programs
  • Mining and the Environment
  • The Present Challenge
  • Reclamation
  • New Research Programs
  • Section 3-Arizona's Urban Environment
  • Urban Air Quality and Arizona's Quality of Life
  • Meterology and Urban Topography
  • Sources and Health Effects of Atmospheric Pollutants
  • Carbon Monoxide
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Oxides of Nitrogen
  • Ozone
  • The Report: Conceptual Organization and Underlying Assumptions
  • Particulates
  • Photochemical Smog
  • Other Sources of Air Pollutants
  • Pollen
  • Radon
  • Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)
  • Extent of the Problem
  • Trends and Projections
  • Regulation and Policy
  • reducing Vehicle-miles Driven
  • Section I-Arizona's Natural Environment
  • Preachments and Public Information
  • Financial Incentives
  • Reduction Emissions per Vehicle-mile
  • Fuel Modification
  • Alternative Fuels
  • Reducing Congestion
  • Costs
  • Waste Disposal, Recycling and Contamination
  • Hazardous Waste
  • House Bill 2121
Control code
ocm26246649
Dimensions
22 cm.
Extent
xxxvi, 252 p.
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedai
Media type code
n
Other physical details
charts, illustrations, maps;
System control number
(Sirsi) o26246649

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