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Managing natural resource sustainability alternatives on a former military base: a case study of the United States Army’s Camp Bonneville, Clark County, WA Public Deposited

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Graduation date: 2014

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  • This paper will focus on the “possible economic, environmental and other effects” as they relate to one former military base (BRAC, 2013). With a focus on natural resource sustainability and stakeholder engagement, the research and findings within this paper will answer the question: How can understanding the process of military installation closure and conversion help inform future processes in order to ensure that former military lands meet the needs of both humans and the environment?
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