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Malheur Lake flood damage reduction feasibility study and environmental impact statement
|Other titles||Draft feasibility report and environmental impact statement.|
|Contributions||United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. Walla Walla District.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
Congressional direction on USACE flood risk reduction activities has evolved from primarily supporting levees, dams, and engineered dunes and beaches. Since , Congress has required that USACE evaluate nonstructural alternatives, such as elevation of structures and acquisition of floodplain lands, during its planning of projects. Planning for the project cost $ million for the original Environmental Impact Statement, and about $50, for the Supplemental Impact Statement, which included first informal conferences with NMFS, and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and finally formal conference also with both agencies, in the development of a water quality management.
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4. Maintain and enhance the natural environmental qualities of the land, and air and water quality. 5. Implement trip reduction strategies to reduce vehicular trip generation and minimize the number of vehicle trips outside the community. 6. Direct traffic to existing collector, state highways, and arterial streets to the south and west. 7. If a NEPA action is triggered, such as an Environmental Impact Statement or Environmental Assessment, a project delay of one to two years and a cost of $1,, to $2,, or more may be incurred while the environmental permitting process is completed.
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Finding of no significant impact and final supplemental environmental assessment to the Folsom Dam safety and flood damage reduction final environmental impact statement/environmental impact report / (Sacramento, Calif.: U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, ), by Sacramento Area Flood Control Agency.
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(40 CFR 1 ) It is a revision of the draft environmental impact statement to include public and agency responses to the draft. Amendment and Environmental Impact Statement Volume I. US Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management.
November in Alternative C as well as the reduction of grazing in Alternatives D Lake, Malheur, and Union counties in Oregon. Lands within the planning area include a mix of private, federal, and state lands.
Environmental Impact Statement is not necessary and will not be prepared. But Section Environmental Restoration Program of the draft EA (page ) states “A Site Investigation was conducted at the FW at the nine perfluorinated compound PRLs in The Online Books Page.
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The following case studies were written by several members of the Committee on Restoration of Aquatic Ecosystems, a National Research Council (NRC) consultant, and NRC staff to give the reader more details of specific restoration efforts: Lake Michigan, Lake Apopka, the Atchafalaya Basin, the Upper Mississippi River, the Illinois River, the Willamette River, the Mattole River Watershed, the.
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Portland, Oregon: USDA Forest Service, Umpqua National Forest, Pacific Northwest Region; Available through InterLibrary Loan. Draft damage assessment and restoration plan / environmental assessment for the tank barge DBL oil spill (Federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico, beginning Novem ) / E (online).
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The ranger log book at the Slide Lake patrol cabin contains several anecdotal accounts of bull trout seen and caught by anglers in Slide Lake and the reach of Otatso Creek upstream.
A creel survey of Slide Lake recorded 53 anglers who caught 57 cutthroat, 17 bull trout, 15 rainbow trout and a single brown trout (Salmo trutta) (Morton ). within the flood plains of these lakes.
The exception to this is the Goose Lake flood plain. The north end of Goose Lake is located seven (7) miles south of Lakeview near the border of Oregon and California in central Lake County.
The Goose Lake Basin has a year flood plain that stretches. Regulatory impact analysis, oxides of nitrogen pollutant specific study and summary and analysis of comments: control of air pollution from new motor vehicles and new motor vehicles engines: gaseous emission regulations for and later model year light-duty vehicles, and for and later model year light-duty trucks and heavy-duty engines.
massive feasibility study and environmental impact statement known as the Yellow Book The CERP process embraced more than four-dozen projects to improve water quantity, water quality, and hydropatterns Admittedly, the federal government can be a File Size: 3MB.The Lake County CWPP was revisited in with the following basic goals in mind: reviewing the current role of the Lake County CWPP and its functionality now compared to when it was written in such as improving fire prevention and suppression, reducing hazardous forest fuels, restoring forest health, and promoting community involvement.
Environmental Impact. This regulation does not require an environmental impact statement under the National Environmental Policy Act (49 U.S.C.et reg.) because it is not a major federal action significantly affecting the quality of the human environment.