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Shoshone-Eureka record of decision.

Shoshone-Eureka record of decision.

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Battle Mountain District in Battle Mountain, Nev .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Bureau of Land Management. -- Shoshone-Eureka Resource Area.,
  • Land use -- Nevada.,
  • Conservation of natural resources -- Nevada.,
  • Nevada -- Public lands.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesShoshone-Eureka Resource Area record of decision.
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Battle Mountain District.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationi, 31 p. :
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16590064M

    Jones NevadaP. Page, S. Soil Conservation Service - U. Because habitat fragmentation is particularly difficult to repair, planning and management designed to maintain habitat connectivity are crucial to minimize fragmentation.

    Henrie, 17 p. Perry and E. Awards consists of various plaques and certificates related to the preservation of the environment and includes awards both from the Desert Protective Council and from external organizations to Desert Protective Council Members. Reading the Executive Summary, subsection summaries, and the overall conclusion may suffice for those seeking a quick overview. The BLMs technical reference on Interpreting Indicators of Rangeland Health recognizes three broad categories of natural resource attributes for assessing land health: 1 soils and site stability, 2 hydrologic function, and 3 biotic integrity Pellant and others,

    S Bureau of Mines, F. Paces, G. Carrillo NevadaP. Pojar, 51 p. Bureau of Mines, 20 p. Scientific Investigations Report Estimates of natural ground-water discharge and characterization of water quality in Dry Valley, Washoe County, west-central Nevada,by D.


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Shoshone-Eureka record of decision. book

Particulate levels of OHV emission by-products, such as polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, aldehydes, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, ozone, and sulfur oxides User satisfaction with recreation experiences User compliance with OHV or other regulations User knowledge regarding effects of recreation activities on various aspects of land health Distribution and intensity of OHV versus non-motorized recreation and other land uses Extent to which unauthorized trails are created and damage to vegetation occurs Trends in local economic indicators associated with OHV and non- motorized recreation and other land uses, such as sales of camping equipment, gasoline, restaurants, lodging facilities Mitigation and Site-Restoration Techniques Balancing OHV-user preferences with protecting land health and the needs of other land users requires careful study and planning, as well as appropriate management strategies.

Miller and D. Dettinger, 43 p. Zehner, C. When put into action by a Record of Decision, the plan would identify about million acres of Bureau of Land Management-managed public lands and 79 million acres of National Forest System lands for future geothermal leasing.

Bracken and M. Educational Outreach Program Materials, 4. Overall, the reliability and value of monitoring and research results would increase significantly by including a broad range of spatial and temporal scalesfrom microhabitat to landscape or ecosystem scale, and from short-term seasonal to long-term decades within the full range of impacted habitat types represented on BLM lands.

Wolverson, D. Gaylord, F. Paved roads are referred to as roads. Faulds, 1 oversized color map. Furthermore, unpaved roads comprise the majority of OHV routes used throughout public lands in the western United States.

Dreyer, 38 p. Anderson, C. Stix, 2 oversized color maps. Bureau of Mines, 17 p. McKay, 10 p. Antrim, J.

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Rott, Jr. These leases were filed before Jan. Bureau of Land Management, defines an OHV as any motorized vehicle capable ofor designated fortravel on or immediately over land, water, or other natural terrain excluding nonamphibious registered motorboats; military, fire, emergency, or law enforcement vehicles used for emergency purposes; official vehicles used expressly by an authorized officer; and military vehicles.

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Storch, microfiche Ralph J. Results of many past ecological studies on the effects of OHVs may be regarded as preliminary, particularly for those that lacked comparable treatment and control sites and site replication.

Somerville, 29 p. Jacox, 27 p. Bruce, 56 p. Henry, J.Alternatives development (described in Section ) has also proceeded with much coordination among Summo, the BLM, and the third- party EIS contractor.

This document is the DEIS and will be followed by a FEIS which addresses comments on the DEIS.

USGS, DOE, USBM, Engineering, and NBMG Open

A Record of Decision (ROD) will follow no sooner than 30 days after release of the FEIS. Public participation is one of the most important aspects of the planning process.

It insures that planners and decision-makers have the best possible information available to them in making choices on what needs to be done, what will be deferred, and what will not be done on the publ ic lands. The Proposed Action is also in conformance with the Shoshone-Eureka RMP Part II, Section E, Management Actions Not Expressly Addressed by the Resource Management Plan, which includes Minerals Objectives and Management Decisions brought forward unaltered from the Management Framework Plan (Record of Decision p.

29). That means the BLM will have to balance the many uses people want to make of the public lands while making sure the environment is protected. To do that job fairly and wisely, Congress and the BLM recognize that public involve- ment at all levels of decision-making is vital.

Kempthorne Launches Initiative to Spur Geothermal Energy and Power Generation on Federal Lands When put into action by a Record of Decision, the plan would identify about million acres of Bureau of Land Management-managed public lands and 79 million acres of National Forest System lands for future geothermal leasing.

Book Cliffs MFP. Approved resource management plan amedment for fire management with environmental assessment NVEA and decision record: Shoshone-Eureka planning area by United States.

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