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Adirondack Park

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The Adirondack Park is a publicly protected, elliptical area encompassing much of the northeastern lobe of Upstate New York, United States. It is the largest park and the largest state-level protected area in the contiguous United States, and the largest National Historic Landmark.

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Google previewEcosystems (1997)

Balancing Science With Management by Kristiina Vogt

Though ecosystem management is presently not being implemented in the park, the Adirondack Park is a good case...

The Adirondack Park is an excellent example illustrating the long-term conflicts that can occur in natural resource and ...

Google previewAnd Tell Us What You See (2011)

by Robert Marshall Haven

The Adirondack Park is a 6-million-acre area that includes the largest stretches of wilderness land left east of the Mississippi. Currently 40 percent of this land is owned by the state to be kept “forever wild.” The remaining 60 percent is in private ...

Google previewBest Easy Day Hikes Adirondacks (2011)

by Lisa Densmore

The Adirondack Park is a hiker's nirvana. While known as a mountainous area, theAdirondacksalsoboastamyriad of paths to lakes and ponds, waterfalls, andrivers.Atoversixmillion acres, this park is larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, and ...

Google previewEnvironment, Space, Place - Volume 5, Issue 2 (Fall 2013) (2013)

by C. Patrick Heidkamp, Troy Paddock, Christine Petto

Pre-European Contact Occupation The present-day Adirondack Park is a state constitutionally protected site of nearly six million acres of public and private land in northeastern New York State. Nearly one-third of the territory of New York, the ...

Google previewForest Health (2011)

An Integrated Perspective by John D. Castello, Stephen A. Teale

The Adirondack Park is a 2.4 million ha patchwork of public and private lands located in northern New York State. The area was designated in 1892 by law to protect the region from unregulated forest clearing that was common during the late ...

Google previewSnowshoe Routes: Adirondacks & Catskills (2006)

by Bill Ingersoll

Make no mistake, Adirondack Park is a place of cultural significance as well as wild beauty. Unlike national parks, more than half of the Adirondacks are privately owned, with about 150,000 yearround residents and perhaps just as many ...

Google previewFrontiers in Resource and Rural Economics (2010)

"Human-Nature, Rural-Urban Interdependencies" by Wu JunJie, Paul W Barkley, Bruce A Weber

Advocates of Adirondack preservation have consistently stressed that the Adirondack Park is a place that belongstothe peopleofNew York State, not simplyto its residents.Thisidea has caused considerable irritationfor Adirondack residents, ...

Google previewConnectivity Conservation Management (2010)

A Global Guide (with Particular Reference to Mountain Connectivity Conservation) by Graeme Worboys, Wendy L. Francis, Michael Lockwood

The Adirondack Park is a vital ...

Google previewAt the Mercy of the Mountains (2008)

True Stories of Survival and Tragedy in New York's Adirondacks by Peter Bronski

the Adirondack Park is a wilderness on the grandest scale. It is fully one-fifth the ...

Google previewLonely Planet New York & the Mid-Atlantic's Best Trips (2013)

by Lonely Planet, Michael Grosberg, Adam Karlin

1LakeGeorge Adirondack The southern gateway Peaks & Valleys to the Adirondack Park is a kitschy little village think T-shirt shops, a wax museum andaPolynesian-themed Majestic and wild, the Adirondacks, a mountain hotel on the shores ...

Google previewe-Study Guide for America: A Narrative History, textbook by George Brown Tindall (2013)

World history, United States by Cram101 Textbook Reviews

AdirondackPark: The Adirondack Park is a publicly protected area in northeast New York. It is the largest park and the largest statelevel protected area in the contiguous United States, and the largest National Historic Landmark. The park ...

Google previewRegional Planning for a Sustainable America (2011)

How Creative Programs Are Promoting Prosperity and Saving the Environment by Carleton K. Montgomery

A Resource for Recreation With over 60 million people located within a day's drive, the Adirondack Park is a valuable natural landscape surrounded by extensive urban and suburban development and will certainly increase in importance in ...

Google previewe-Study Guide for: America: A Narrative History, Brief, Volume 2 by George Tindall, ISBN 9780393927368 (2014)

by Cram101 Textbook Reviews

Adirondack Park: The Adirondack Park is a publicly protected area in northeast New York.

Google previewWolves and Human Communities (2001)

Biology, Politics, and Ethics by Virginia Ashby Sharpe, Bryan G. Norton, Strachan Donnelley

The proposed wolf restoration project in the Adirondacks fits these twin criteria nicely The 6-million-acre Adirondack Park is an amalgam of publicly and privately held land, zoned and classified from frankly commercial plots to vast tracts ...

Google previewAmerican Environmental Policy (2013)

Beyond Gridlock by Christopher McGrory Klyza, David J. Sousa

New York's success in conserving more than 600,000 acres of land in the Adirondack Park is a testament to the ability of states to engage in creative conservation and environmental policymaking, in sharp contrast to the congressional gridlock ...

Google previewNew York Waterfalls (2014)

A Guide for Hikers & Photographers by Scott E. Brown

Adirondack Park is a coalition of public and private entities and most of the 6.1 million-acre reserve is in private hands—and a great deal of that is closed to the public. The Ausable Club, also known as the Adirondack Mountain Reserve ( AMR) ...

Google previewThe Extraordinary Adirondack Journey of Clarence Petty (2007)

Wilderness Guide, Pilot, and Conservationist by Christopher Angus, Anne Labastille

The Adirondack Park is a special treasure of this state; dependent upon its wild lands, not upon 'growth and development.' That is best carried on outside of all parks." Clarence strongly supported the state's 1.2 billion dollar Environ- Clarence ...

Google previewThe Economic Impact of the Adirondack Park Private Land Use and Development Plan (1980)

by Charles I. Zinser

The Adirondack Park is a predominantly forested area, roughly the size of Vermont or New Hampshire. It provides a recreational habitat in a wild setting which is unmatched in the eastern United States. The type of land use found is limited by ...

Google previewForest and Stream (1907)

The Adirondack Park is a much smaller section within the forest preserve, and is subject to the additional restriction that land in the park must remain open to access by all persons, subject to the limitations as to- hunting and fishing as ...

Google previewHarper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A.D. to 1915 (1915)

by Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson

Since then practically every large city in the country and many small ones have established public park and boulevard systems; New York State has set apart a great tract for its Adirondack Park, and created the Saratoga Springs Reservation; ...

Google previewAmerican revisions and additions to the Encyclopaedia britannica (1891)

by William Harrison De Puy

ADIRONDACK PARK. A project long entertained ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia Americana (1903)

by Frederick Converse Beach, George Edwin Rines

(Sec Adirondack Park.) Game. — The Adirondacks are ...

Google previewThe New Werner Twentieth Century Edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica (1906)

A Standard Work of Reference in Art, Literature, Science, History, Geography, Commerce, Biography, Discovery and Invention... with New American Supplement, Complete in Thirty Volumes

ADIRONDACK PARK. iVith a view to controlling the sources Of important rivers, preserving the forests of northern New York, and in so doing to protect the fast disappearing game of that primeval region and to secure for the people resorts ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica Volume 1 (1900)

ADENINE — ADIRONDACK PARK ADJECTIVE LAW — ADLERCREUTZ ADLERSPARRE — ADONIC VERSE ADVOCATUS DIABOLI. 7 48 cisterns to provide a copious water supply for the troops and inhabitants. In 1891 the population ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica (1897)

by Thomas Spencer Baynes, Day Otis Kellogg, William Robertson Smith

ADENINE— ADIRONDACK PARK ADJECTIVE LAW — ADLERCREUTZ 49 locked mountain ponds. The lakes,. 48 cisterns to provide a copious water supply for the troops and inhabitants. In 1891 the population (exclusive of troops) was ...

Google previewThe world-wide encyclopedia and gazetteer (1908)

by William Harrison De Puy

ADENINE— ADIRONDACK PARK ADLERSPARRE — ADONIC VERSE ADONISTS — ADVANCEMENT ADVOCATUS DIABOLI— AiOLl. 48 hides, gums, coffee, tobacco, and textiles, and its imports are practically the same. In 1901-02 the port ...

Google previewThe Crown Encyclopedia and Gazetteer (1903)

A Reference Library of Universal Knowledge, Embracing Five Hundred Illustrations and Over Sixty-five Thousand Subjects, All Brought Down to the Date of Publication, with Ninety-six Colored Maps

Adirondack Park, a large district principally forest land, set apart by the State of New York, in 1892, for the protection of the watershed of the Hudson and other rivers of the State, for public recreation, and for the practical study of forestry.

Google previewThe twentieth century home encyclopedia and gazetteer (1904)

who is who? Embraces over six thousand short biographies

Adirondack Park, a large district principally forest land, set apart by the State of New York, in 1892, for the protection of the watershed of the Hudson and other rivers of the State, for public recreation, and for the practical study of forestry.

Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

ADIRONDACK PARK, a large district, principally forest land, set apart by the State of New York, in 1892, for the protection of the watershed of the Hudson and other rivers of the State, for public recreation, and for the practi~ cal study of forestry.

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

ADIRONDACK PARK, a large district, principally forest land, set apart by the State of New ...

Google previewThe Encyclopedia of United States Supreme Court Reports (1909)

Being a Complete Encyclopedia of All the Case Law of the Federal Supreme Court Up to and Including Volume 206 U.S. Supreme Court Reports (book 51 Lawyers' Edition)

220, providing for the acquisition of land in the territory embraced in the Adirondack Park, and making an appropriation therefor, fulfills the requirement And in of due process of law with reference to the making of compensation with the state ...

Google previewHarper's Encyclopedia of United States History from 458 A. D. to 1909 (1905)

by Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson

cockade proclamation," as the Federal- Adirondack Park, a tract in the ists called it in derision, was the origin Adirondack Mountain region covering of the practice, for several years, of Hamilton county and parts of Essex, wearing a cockade as ...

Google previewHarper's encyclopaedia of United States history from 458 A. D. to 1909, based upon the plan of Benson John Lossing (1905)

by Benson John Lossing, Woodrow Wilson

Adirondack Park, a tract in the Adirondack Mountain region covering Hamilton county and parts of Essex, Franklin, Herkimer, and St. Lawrence counties; containing numerous mountains, peaks, lakes, and woodlands. It was set apart by the ...

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