Analysis of major public policy decisions affecting the Big Sky resort development

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Institute of Applied Research, Montana State University , Bozeman
Big Sky of Montana, Inc., Recreation areas -- Environmental aspects -- Montana., Gallatin Canyon (M
Other titlesImpacts of large recreational developments upon semi-primitive environments.
Statementby Anne S. Williams and Ronda Sandquist.
SeriesResearch monograph - Institute of Applied Research, Montana State University : no. 17, MSU-NSF Gallatin Canyon study research monograph -- no. 17.
ContributionsSandquist, Ronda.
The Physical Object
Pagination90 p. :
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Open LibraryOL16432990M

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