Alaska Statutes.
Title 41. Public Resources
Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources
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Chapter 23. Multiple Use Management of Public Resources

Section 10. Purpose of AS 41.23.010
Section 20. Management.
Section 30. Incompatible Uses.
Section 40. Nelchina Public Use Area.
Section 50. Purpose of AS 41.23.050
Section 60. Management.
Section 70. Incompatible Uses.
Section 80. Ernie Haugen Public Use Area.
Section 100. Purpose of AS 41.23.100
Section 110. Management.
Section 120. Incompatible Uses.
Section 130. Hatcher Pass Public Use Area.
Section 140. Purpose of AS 41.23.140
Section 150. Management.
Section 160. Incompatible Uses.
Section 170. Goldstream Public Use Area.
Section 180. Purpose of AS 41.23.180 - 41.23.230.
Section 190. Management.
Section 200. Incompatible Uses.
Section 210. Enforcement Authority.
Section 220. Penalty.
Section 230. Knik River Public Use Area.
Section 240. Purpose and Establishment of the Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area.
Section 250. Management.
Section 260. Incompatible Uses.
Section 270. Description of Kodiak Narrow Cape Public Use Area.
Section 400. Purposes.
Section 410. Compatible Activities.
Section 420. General Management of Recreation Rivers and Corridors.
Section 430. Advisory Board.
Section 440. Management Plan.
Section 450. Management of Municipal Land.
Section 460. Acquisition of Additional Land.
Section 470. Application of Public Land Laws.
Section 480. Cooperative Management Agreements.
Section 490. Limitation On Establishment.
Section 500. Establishment of Recreation Rivers and Recreation River Corridors.
Section 510. Definition.
Section 600. Purpose.
Section 610. Management and Regulations.
Section 620. Caribou Creek Recreational Mining Area.
Section 630. Petersville Recreational Mining Area.


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