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PUBLIC LAW 96-000—MMMM. DD, 1980

PUBLIC LAW 96-560—DEC. 22, 1980

94 STAT. 3269

entitled "Fossil Ridge Wilderness Study Area Proposal", dated December 1979; (3) the Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness Study Area, consisting of approximately twenty-two thousand three hundred acres in the San Isabel National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness Study Area Proposal", dated June 1980; (4) the South San Juan Wilderness Expansion Study Area, consisting of approximately thirty-two thousand eight hundred acres in the San Juan National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Montezuma Peak-V Rock Trail Wilderness Study Area", dated June 1980; (5) the Piedra Wilderness Study Area, consisting of approximately forty-one thousand five hundred acres in the San Juan National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Piedra Wilderness Study Area Proposal', dated June 1980; (6) the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Study Area, consisting of approximately two hundred and twenty-one thousand acres in the Rio Grande and San Isabel National Forests, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Sangre de Cristo Wilderness Study Area Proposal", dated June 1980; (7) the Spanish Peaks Wilderness Study Area, consisting of approximately nineteen thousand six hundred acres in the San Isabel National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Spanish Peaks Wilderness Study Area Proposal", dated June 1980; (8) the Vasquez Peak Wilderness Study Area, consisting of approximately twelve thousand eight hundred acres in the Arapaho National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Vasquez Peak Wilderness Study Area Proposal", dated September 1980; and (9) the West Needle Wilderness Study Area, consisting of approximately fifteen thousand eight hundred acres in the San Juan National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "West Needle Wilderness Study Area Proposal", dated June 1980. (b) The Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture shall review jointly the Wheeler Geologic Study Area consisting of approximately fourteen thousand acres in the Gunnison National Forest, as generally depicted on a map entitled "Wheeler Geologic Study Area Proposal", dated November 1980, and within three years following the date of enactment of this Act shall report to the President and to Congress their recommendations for management of the lands in such study area. In making such review and report, such Secretaries shall consider— (1) the natural, historical, cultural, scenic, economic, educational, scientific, energy, mineral, and geologic values of the study area; (2) the management and protection of fragile geologic resources within the area; (3) possible land management options or designations including national park, national monument, or national recreation area designation; addition to the National Wilderness Preservation System; special administrative designations; and management under the general laws and regulations applicable to the National Forest System; (4) the effect of possible land managment options on consumers, national security, and national. State and local economies.

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Review and report to President and Congress.