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Visibility in Southwest National Park service areas


, : Visibility in Southwest National Park service areas. Southwestern Review of Management and Economics 4(1): 37-57

In 1978 the US National Park Service established the Air Quality Division with the remit to develop a NPS air quality programme in order to protect the parks from further air pollution damage, and to restore visibility in those parks where it was presently degraded.


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