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Programmatic biological assessment of the proposed 1993 LSRCP program.

Programmatic biological assessment of the proposed 1993 LSRCP program.

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Published by Lower Snake River Compensation Plan Office, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in Boise .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salmon fisheries -- Snake River Watershed (Wyo.-Wash.),
  • Fishery resources -- Snake River Watershed (Wyo.-Wash.),
  • Fish hatcheries -- Snake River Watershed (Wyo.-Wash.),
  • Fishery management -- Snake River Watershed (Wyo.-Wash.)

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Lower Snake River Compensation Plan Office.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH348 .P765 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 39 p. ;
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16337518M
    OCLC/WorldCa52051095

    This study prompted a proposal to list the species under the ESA and develop an interagency Oregon Chub Conservation Plan in The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) obtained funds in from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to . The Nez Perce ERWM`s recommendations for refinement of risk assessment proposed by DOE`s Columbia river impact evaluation plan.

    biological resources rather than on chemicals, the FWS re-named its monitoring program (to NCBP) in the anticipation of adding biological monitoring and assessment components targeted towards lands and species of concern to the agency. To a great extent, the BEST program is the result of FWS planning for this expanded monitoring. Hall, H.D. (, March 17). Biological and conference opinions on the effects of actions associated with the programmatic biological assessment of Bureau of Reclamation's water and river.

    I. BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES 1. Introduction This section describes the biological resources setting and existing conditions as they relate to the BART to Livermore Extension Project, discusses the applicable regulations, and assesses the potential impacts to biological resources from construction and operation of the Proposed Project and Alternatives. as a condensed version of the entire biological resources assessment. It should inform the reader about all aspects of the project site, the proposed action, existing and proposed land uses, habitat types, sensitive species, impacts identified, and reference to recommended mitigation measures. The length of the executive summary depends.


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Programmatic biological assessment of the proposed 1993 LSRCP program Download PDF EPUB FB2

PROGRAMMATIC BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE PROPOSED LSRCP PROGRAM BY THE LOWER SNAKE RIVER COMPENSATION PLAN OFFICE Previous biological assessments of the LSRCP Program were completed in, and for NMFS listed species and for FWS listed bull trout.

NMFS issued a biological opinion on Reinitiation of Consultation on. the format of a Biological Assessment (BA), and the USFWS will provide a separate Biological Opinion (BO) to support their conclusions regarding the effect of the program on listed species.

The RASP is intended to establish a process by which properties with the potential to increase. I submitted biological assessments for the Section 7 consultation to LSRCP staff by November 1, I also assisted LSRCP staff with assessment of cumulative effects of the LSRCP program.

Consultation between NMFS and the USFWS began in early January 29, and final assessments were submitted Janu I also assisted LSRCP staff with assessment of cumulative effects of the LSRCP program.

Consultation between NMFS and the USFWS began in early February and continued through mid-April. During this time period, I submitted additional information and.

Programmatic Biological Assessment of the November CDOT Biological Evaluation Process 2 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE CDOT BIOLOGICAL EVALUATION PROCESS The CDOT Biological Evaluation Process is the evaluation method that.

Preparing a Biological Assessment Endangered Species Act (ESA) Consultation. The purpose of a biological assessment is to evaluate the potential effects oproposed actionf s on listed and proposed species and designated and proposed critical habitat and determine whether any such species or habitat are likely to be adversely to.

Programmatic Endangered Species Act Consultation has been completed for the activities (also known as Phase I programmatic consultations or Phase I) listed below. Please review the List of Requirements which summarizes the information and limitations in the relevant Programmatic Biological Evaluations (PBE).

Because each DOE proposed program or project presents a unique set of circumstances and potential impacts, the preparation of EAs or EISs does not reduce to a simple formula or cookbook.

Therefore, the recommendations in this document should be adapted to the particular circumstances presented by each proposal, often by using a “sliding-scale”. Final Uranium Leasing Program Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement: DOE/EIS, March Volume 1: Chapters 1 through 4 ( MB, pages) Volume 2: Chapter 5 through Appendix H ( MB, pages).

Corps of Engineers Regulatory Jurisdiction Graphic. The geographic jurisdiction of the Rivers and Harbors Act of (RHA) includes all navigable waters of the United States which are defined (33 CFR Part ) as, "those waters that are subject to the ebb and flow of the tide and/or are presently used, or have been used in the past, or may be susceptible to use to transport interstate or.

The biological assessment findings are based on the best current data and scientific information available. A revised biological assessment must be prepared if: (1) new information reveals effects, which may impact threatened, endangered, and proposed species or their habitats in a.

The Corps has developed this Programmatic Biological Assessment (PBA) to comply with the requirements of ESA Section 7(a) and MSA Section (b) and to initiate consultation with NMFS and USFWS (the Services) for the Regulatory Program authorization of inland marine shellfish activities.

Programmatic research is a planned and purposeful strategy in the development of a nursing discipline. We discuss the case made for programmatic research by international scholars as a determinant of scholarship and professional advancement, as well as issues about whether it should be knowledge or methods driven.

The purpose of a biological assessment is to review the possible effects of the proposed federal action on threatened, endangered and proposed species and their habitats. Threatened, endangered and proposed species are managed under the authority of the. a biological evaluation.

The risk assessment process remains an iterative process. As such, if during the. course of the evaluation information indicates that aspects of this method are not appropriate and potential variability and uncertainty in the underlying data used in the assessment.

The proposed. BOOKS BY YEAR. YEAR. RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment. A Rapid Biological Assessment of the Upper Palumeu River Watershed (Grensgebergte and Kasikasima) of Southeastern Suriname.

October RAP Bulletin of Biological Assessment Bali Marine Rapid Assessment Program March Access. The Office of Cost Assessment and Program Evaluation (CAPE) was established in as part of the Weapon Systems Acquisition Reform Act (WSARA).

The origins of the office date to with the establishment of the Office of Systems Analysis, which became the Office of Program Evaluation and Analysis in the mids. The LSRCP Office initiated consultation on with the Service’s Snake River Basin Office for all LSRCP Programs under a programmatic Assessment.

The Service issued an Opinion on Operation of the LSRCP Program (File #F-2) on April 8, Work at BPA-funded facilities is conducted under Section EQIP Programmatic Environmental Assessment ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY INCENTIVES PROGRAM Programmatic Environmental Assessment January Page 2 of BIOLOGICAL RESOURCES: VEGETATION, WILDLIFE, AND PROTECTED SPECIES.

The purpose of the proposed action is to [insert purpose and need]. EXAMPLE LANGUAGE. PROJECT BACKGROUND. The purpose of this Biological Assessment (BA) is to address the effect of the [Insert project name] Project on ESA species, listed as endangered or threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA).

Biological Water Quality Criteria established procedures for risk assessment, EPA policies, external scientific peer review, and public input.

Because the purpose of the EPA’s (a) criteria The EPA will then provide comments on the proposed revisions to assist the state or.- Director, Strategic Planning; Advanced Systems Manager; Senior Staff; TRW Inc., Fairfax, Virginia.

Performed strategic planning and handled external relations for TRW Environmental Safety Systems Inc., a TRW subsidiary whose focus was the $ M/yr systems engineering, development and management contract for the Department of Energy’s Civilian Radioactive Waste Management.

STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (SEA) current practices, future demands and capacity-building needs 1. International Association for Impact Assessment IAIA Training Courses Course Manual STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT (SEA) current practices, future demands and capacity-building needs by Maria Rosário Partidário (env.

eng., MSc, PhD) Portugal.