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Master of Science (MS)
Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning
Craig W. Johnson
The purpose of this thesis is to evaluate the potential effectiveness of the Rich County 701 Plan as a planning and management aid in controlling the development around Bear Lake. The success of the plan in integrating cultural data and natural resource data is judged on the basis of professionally accepted techniques of resource analysis and on the availability of pertinent planning data. Guidelines for evaluating the land use controls for Bear Lake that will result from the Plan are derived from the shoreland ordinances of Wisconsin and Minnesota and the lakeshore experiences of New Hampshire and Vermont.
Wood, William N., "The Adequacy of the Rich County 701 Plan in Controlling the Pattern and Intensity of Land Use Around Bear Lake, Utah" (1972). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 338.
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