March 1989
National Parks;Mar/Apr89, Vol. 63 Issue 3/4, p17
Reports on the introduction of bills to the U.S. Congress to designate as wilderness the 1.5-million-acre coastal plain of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in Alaska in 1989. Aim to halt the plans of the U.S. Interior Department for oil and gas development in the area; Debate between developers and environmentalists concerning the future of the area.


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