Protected Area
8 definitions

Protected Area
Protected area means an area of land not controlled by a launch operator that: (1) Is a populated area; (2) Is environmentally sensitive; or (3) Contains a vital national asset.
Protected Area

"Protected area" means an area established under the provisions of this chapter to prohibit or restrict the application of pesticides.

Protected Area

That portion of a premises that is covered by an alarm system.

Protected Area

A controlled access area encompassed by physical barriers (i.e., walls or fences) used to protect Categories I and II nuclear materials and vital areas.

Protected Area

1. An area set aside for the preservation and protection of highly important natural and cultural features and for the regulation of the scientific, educational, and recreational use. Such areas include national parks, Nature reserves, wildlife sanctuaries, natural monuments, archaeological reserves, forest reserves, and marine reserves; 2. A geographically defined area which is designed and managed to achieve specific conservation objectives.

Protected Area
"protected area": a legally established land or water area under either public or private ownership that is regulated and managed to achieve specific conservation objectives
Protected Area

A protected area refers to legally established land or water area under either public or private ownership that is regulated and managed to achieve specific conservation objectives.

Protected Area

A regulated area that an NPPO has determined to be the minimum area necessary for the effective protection of an endangered area

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About this term

Protected Area has been defined 8 different ways in documents like Electronic Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 417, Subpart A, Oregon Revised Statutes (2007), USGS Handbook, Glossary of Terms, and 5 more.

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