Chrome on the range: off-road vehicles on public lands

Duncan, Myrl L.; Gibson, Christopher S.; Hill, Randolph L.; Ryan, Anne Sprightly; Rashby, Carolyn; Roberts, Thomas C. L.; Haag, Melinda; Marks, Jason; Brandt, Alf W.; Bleich, Jeffrey L.
April 1987
Ecology Law Quarterly;1987, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p401
Academic Journal
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