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PUBLIC LAW 101-522—NOV. 5, 1990 104 STAT. 2289 (2) The Transferal Corridor is a part of the Transferal Area and shall be managed as such, except as otherwise provided in section 4. (3) Prior to the termination, cancellation, or relinquishment of such geothermal leases, the Secretary of the Interior and the Secretary of Agriculture shall, to the extent practicable and consistent with the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 and rights under such leases, manage the Transferal Area under the laws, rules, and regulations pertaining to the National Forest System in such a manner so as to preserve the natural values of the area which would qualify it for designation as a national monument. (4) Upon discovery of commercial quantities of geothermal resources, paragraphs (1), (2), and (3) shall no longer apply. (c) NEWBERRY SPECIAL MANAGEMENT AREA. —The area identified on the map referred to in section 1(b)(1) as the Newberry Special Management Area shall be managed as if it were part of the Monument, except as otherwise provided in section 4. (d) TRANSFERAL AREA ADJACENT.— The area identified on the map referred to in section l(b)(l) as the Transferal Area Adjacent is a part of the Special Management Area, except as otherwise provided in section 4. (e) MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS.—The Monument and Special Management Area shall be administered in accordance with the following management requirements: (1) Land management activities shall allow natural ecological succession of vegetation to continue to the maximum extent practical, as determined by the Secretary. Timber removal shall be permitted only to the extent the Secretary determines necessary to achieve the purposes of this Act and to protect health and safety. Timber within the Monument and Special Maneigement Area shall not be considered part of the allowable sale quantity for the Deschutes National Forest. (2) Recreation uses and interpretive facilities shall be provided, including (but not limited to) trails, campgrounds, resorts, and visitor centers, as identified in the management plan. (3) Roads shall be permitted in the Monument and Special Management Area consistent with the purposes of this Act and in accordance with the management plan. (f) SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH.— Scientific research shall be allowed consistent with the purposes for which the Monument was established. (g) DISEASE, INSECT INFESTATION, AND FIRE HAZARD.— The Secretary is authorized to take action to the extent practicable to ensure that tree disesises, insect infestations, fire hazards, and fires within the Monument and Special Management Area do not seriously threaten resources outside the Monument and Special Management Area boundaries. SEC. 3. EXCHANGES OF GEOTHERMAL LEASE RIGHTS. (a) IN GENERAL.— Those holders of all Federal geothermal leases within the Monument as of the date of enactment of this Act and who are listed in subsection (c) of this section are authorized, without penalty, to relinquish all rights to such leases on the terms and conditions provided in this section and section 10 of the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970. Such leases are depicted on the map entitled "Geothermal Lease Compensation" which is a part of the Surface Resource Analysis of Newberry Volcano.