US Forest Service Planning, Appeals, and Litigation Data on NEPA compliance, 2005-2018

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2019-04-01
2019-04-01

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2020-02-18

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US Forest Service Planning, Appeals, and Litigation Data on NEPA compliance, 2005-2018

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2020-02-25

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Fleischman, Forrest
ffleisch@umn.edu

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This dataset records metadata on every decision made by the US Forest Service under the National Environmental Policy Act between 2005 and 2018. The data is derived from metadata recorded in the US Forest Service's Planning, Appeals, and Litigation System Database, which is not easily accessible to the public. See the Readme for more information.

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https://doi.org/10.1093/jofore/fvaa016

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https://hdl.handle.net/11299/211669.1

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“Collaborative Research: Understanding Drivers of Innovation in the Use of Science in Federal NEPA Decision-Making.” National Science Foundation (NSF) Award #1829255

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pals_ongoing_projects_7-2021.csvData (updated)22.42 MB
pals_ongoing_projects_7-2021.rdsdata file (updated - r version)2.98 MB
ReadmeF_Codebook_published_revised_9-2021.txtRevised readme14.23 KB
supplementary.zipdata cleaning and descriptive analysis code; supplementary data files needed to run scripts59.36 MB

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