Resource capability units-- their utility in land-and-water-use management with examples from the Texas coastal zone.
Brown, L.F., Jr.
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This report outlines (1) the nature of resource capability units, (2) the basic factors and properties exhibited by the units that define the limits of their use, and (3) the application of resource capability units to environmental management. Specific examples are shown for the 20,000 square miles of the Texas Coastal Zone, where a wide variety of resource units occur in an area of diverse human activities.