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112 STAT. 3024 PUBLIC LAW 105-321—OCT. 30, 1998 (1) IN GENERAL. —The parcels of land identified for cooperative management on the map entitled "Hart Mountain Jurisdictional Transfer", dated February 26, 1998, comprising approximately 10,900 acres of land in Lake County, Oregon, located south of the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, shall be retained under the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Land Management. (2) MANAGEMENT.— The parcels of land described in paragraph (1) that are within the Guano Creek Wilderness Study Area Act shall be managed so as not to impair the suitability of the area for designation as wilderness, in accordance with current and future management plans and agreements (including the agreement known as the "Shirk Ranch Agreement" dated September 30, 1997), until such date as Congress enacts a law directing otherwise. (c) TRANSFER FROM THE UNITED STATES FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE TO THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT.— (1) IN GENERAL. — Administrative jurisdiction over the parcels of land identified for transfer to the Bureau of Land Mainagement on the map entitled "Hart Mountain Jurisdictional Transfer", dated February 26, 1998, comprising approximately 7,700 acres of land in Lake County, Oregon, located adjacent to or within the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, is transferred from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service to the Bureau of Land Management. (2) REMOVAL FROM REFUGE. —The parcels of land described in paragraph (1) are removed from the Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge, and the boundary of the refuge is modified to reflect that removal. (3) REVOCATION OF WITHDRAWAL.— The provisions of Executive Order No. 7523 of December 21, 1936, as amended by Executive Order No. 7895 of May 23, 1938, and Presidential Proclamation No. 2416 of July 25, 1940, that withdrew the paircels of land for the refuge, shall be of no effect with respect to the parcels of land described in paragraph (1). (4) STATUS. — The parcels of land described in paragraph (D— (A) are designated as public land; and (B) shall be open to— (i) surface entry under the public land laws; (ii) leasing under the mineral leasing laws and the Geothermal Steam Act of 1970 (30 U.S.C. 1001 et seq.); and (iii) location and entry under the mining laws. (5) MANAGEMENT.— The land described in paragraph (1) shall be managed in accordance with the Federal Land Policy and Management Act of 1976 (43 U.S.C. 1701 et seq.) and other applicable law, and the agreement known as the "Shirk Ranch Agreement" dated September 30, 1997. (d) MAP.— ^A copy of the map described in subsections (a), (b), and (c) and such additional legal descriptions as are applicable shall be kept on file and available for public inspection in the Office of the Regional Director of Region 1 of the United States Fish and Wildlife Service, the local District Office of the Bureau of Land Management, the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources of the Senate, and the Committee on Resources of the House of Representatives.