94 STAT. 2374
PUBLIC LAW 96-487—DEC. 2, 1980
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Reconveyance to municipal corporations. Conveyance of partial estates. Shareholder homesites. Basis in the land. Fire protection. Interim conveyances and underselections. Escrow account. Limitations. PART B—OTHER RELATED PROVISIONS
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1413. Supplemental appropriation for Native Groups. 1414. Fiscal Year Adjustment Act. 1415. Relinquishment of selections partly within conservation units. 1416. Bristol Bay Group Corporation lands. 1417. Pribilof Islands acquisition authority. 1418. NANA/Cook Inlet Regional Corporations lands. 1419. Doyon Regional Corporation lands. 1420. Hodzana River study area. 1421. Conveyance to the State of Alaska. 1422. Doyon and Fortymile River. 1423. Ahtna Regional Corporation lands. 1424. Bering Straits Regional Corporation lands. 1425. Eklutna Village Corporation lands. 1426. Eklutna-State Anchorage agreement. 1427. Koniag Village and Regional Corporation lands. 1428. Chugach Village Corporation lands. 1429. Chugach Regional Corporation lands. 1430. Chugach region study. 1431. Arctic Slope Regional Corporation lands. 1432. Cook Inlet Village settlement. 1433. Bristol Bay Native Corporation lands. 1434. Shee Atika-Charcoal and Alice Island conveyance. 1435. Amendment to Public Law 94-204. 1436. Inalik Native Corporation lands. 1437. Conveyances to Village Corporations.
TITLE XV—NATIONAL NEED MINERAL ACTIVITY RECOMMENDATION PROCESS Sec. 1501. Areas subject to the national need recommendation process. Sec. 1502. Recommendations of the President to Congress. Sec. 1503. Expedited congressional review.
TITLE I—PURPOSES, DEFINITIONS, AND MAPS PURPOSES
16 USC 3101.
SEC. 101. (a) In order to preserve for the benefit, use, education, and inspiration of present and future generations certain lands and waters in the State of Alaska that contain nationally significant natural, scenic, historic, archeological, geological, scientific, wilderness, cultural, recreational, and wildlife values, the units described in the following titles are hereby established. 0)) It is the intent of Congress in this Act to preserve unrivaled scenic and geological values associated with natural landscapes; to provide for the maintenance of sound populations of, and habitat for, wildlife species of inestimable value to the citizens of Alaska and the Nation, including those species dependent on vast relatively undeveloped areas; to preserve in their natural state extensive unaltered arctic tundra, boreal forest, and coastal rainforest ecosystems; to protect the resources related to subsistence needs; to protect and preserve historic and archeological sites, rivers, and lands, and to preserve wilderness resource values and related recreational opportunities including but not limited to hiking, canoeing, fishing, and sport hunting, within large arctic and subarctic wildlands and on