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Reference List

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Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission. 1980. Green Bay West Shore Study - Summary Report. Green Bay, WI.

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The Door County Land Use Forum, Inc. 1999. Door Peninsula, Wisconsin Critical Habitat and Natural Areas Land Protection Plan - Project Prospectus. Sturgeon Bay, WI. 18 pp.

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