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The California Desert Conservation Area (CDCA) in southern California was designated by Congress in 1976. Congress directed BLM to prepare and implement a comprehensive, long-range plan for the management, use, development and protection of the public lands within the CDCA. BLM began by conducting intensive inventories and research into the desert environment and its current uses with the help of scientists, government agencies, and interest groups. This collection includes research reports produced by BLM and by contract, specifically for the CDCA and the California Desert District.

 
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