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Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan

Charles G. Shaw

Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan

by Charles G. Shaw

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or. (333 S.W. 1st Ave., P.O. Box 3890, Portland) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental risk assessment -- Alaska -- Tongass National Forest,
  • Tongass National Forest (Alaska) -- Management

  • Edition Notes

    StatementCharles G. Shaw III
    SeriesConservation and resource assessments for the Tongass land management plan revision, General technical report -- PNW-GTR-460, General technical report PNW -- 460
    ContributionsPacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination43 p.
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13568116M
    OCLC/WorldCa43309144

    The Tongass Land Management Plan amendment is a perfect example of exactly that. Please reach out to Sen. Murkowski and let her know that you do not want to dismantle the amended Tongass Author: Alisha Decker. During the meeting, members of the Tongass Interdisciplinary Team provided an overview of how the Tongass Advisory Committee's recommendations were incorporated into the Proposed Land and Resource Management Plan, and offered the opportunity for an in-depth question and answer session to further the Committee's understanding of how its.

    Bryant, M.D.; Wright, B.E.; Truesdell, A. b. Development and testing of a protocol to use coho salmon as a management indicator species for the Tongass Land Management Plan. Progress Report for FY to the Tongass National Forest, USDA Forest Service, Region This month has been a busy time for the Tongass – below please find updates on the Tongass Land Management Plan Amendment, new information about the Forest Service’s public comment period for planned projects on Prince of Wales (POW), and information on public input meetings taking place next week in Thorne Bay, Naukati, and Craig regarding the Prince of Wales Landscape Level Analysis.

    Tongass Forest Plan Review: A Newsletter for the Forest Plan Revision -, Issue USDA Forest Service, Tongass Land Management Planning Team, - Forest management - 27 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. resource inventories, agency reports, and planning documents (such as the U.S. Forest Service Tongass Forest Land and Resource Management Plan and environmental impact statement). In addition, knowledgeable field experts were identified and interviewed. The mapping component of this project was spearheaded by TNC in cooperation with Audubon.


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Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan by Charles G. Shaw Download PDF EPUB FB2

Abstract Shaw, Charles G., III. Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan.

PNW-GTR Portland, OR: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest ResearchCited by: Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan. 1 microfiche (OCoLC) Online version: Shaw, Charles G.

(Charles Gardner), Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan. Portland, Or. Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan.

43 p. (DLC) (OCoLC) Microfiche: Shaw, Charles G. (Charles Gardner), Use of risk assessment panels during revision of the Tongass land and resource management plan.

1 microfiche (OCoLC) Material Type. This Forest Plan amends the Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan ( Forest Plan), and incorporates changes made since It entirely replaces the Forest Plan, as of the effective date of the Record of Decision (ROD). Proposed changes to File Size: 7MB.

In response to a letter from Senator Lisa Murkowski, GAO issued a decision on whether the Amendment to the Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan (the Amendment), approved on December 9,is a "rule" for purposes of the Congressional Review Act (CRA).

We concluded that the Amendment is a rule under the CRA, which requires that it be submitted to Congress for review. tech. coord.; Conservation and resource assessments for the Tongass land management plan revision). This document highlights key items of information obtained from the published litera-ture and from specific assessments, workshops, resource analyses, and various risk assessment panels conducted as part of the Tongass land management planning.

The Forest Plan Amendment guides all natural resource management projects and activities and establishes management direction for the Tongass National Forest. The Forest Plan Amendment was developed using the current Planning Rule, issued in and embodies the provisions of the National Forest Management Act, the implementing regulations.

The following criteria were used to address how scientific information was used by managers making decisions during revision of the Tongass Land Management Plan (Everest et al., ): 1. A management decision was considered to be consistent with available scientific information if the following three conditions were met: Cited by: Scientific information and the Tongass land management plan: key findings derived from the scientific literature, species assessments, resource analyses, workshops, and risk assessment panels.

Gen. There are 10 maps for the Tongass land management plan revision: supplement to the draft environmental impact statement. Search on the identifier CAT to find all maps.

Cover title Title on title page of volume Supplement to the draft environmental impact statement, Tongass National Forest land management plan revision, Alaska. Use of Risk Assessment Panels During Revision of the Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan, by Charles G.

Shaw, III, USDA Forest Service General Technical Report, July Folder Letter from Governor Tony Knowles to Mr. George Frampton re: proposed review of Alaska National Roadless Area, Octo This paper describes the process used to conduct the 16 risk assessment panels and a subsistence working group held during revision of the Tongass land management plan.

Risk assessment and cost/benefit analysis for new regulations: joint hearings before the Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade, and Hazardous Materials and the Subcommittee on Health and Environment of the Committee on Commerce, House of Representatives, One Hundred Fourth Congress, first session, on Title III--H.R.

9, the Job Creation and Wage. Title title page of summary (volume ): Tongass land management plan revision. Summary of the supplement to the draft environmental impact statement.

"Responsible agency, USDA Forest Service, Chatham, Ketchikan and Stikine Areas"--Title page for volume a. Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan listed as TLRMP. Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan - How is Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan abbreviated.

TLRMP: Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan (US EPA) Suggest new definition. Tongass Land and Resource Management Plan; Tongass Land Management Plan; Tongass National.

Title. Tongass land management plan revision: revised supplement to the draft environmental impact statement. Map packet. Related Titles. Series: RMB ; b. First, is the final Tongass Land Management Plan a balanced plan for the future environmental and economic wellbeing of southeast Alaska that will work on its own terms.

Or, is the final TLMP little more than a batch of half-baked prescriptions and untested theories that cater to some elite, post-modem vision of a new-age rural life style.

The Alaska Forest Association has now been involved in the Forest Service’s process for revising the Tongass Land Management Plan (TLMP) for more than ten years. The Forest Service has produced amendments in anddraft revisions in, a draft Final EIS inand a draft Record of Decision (ROD) in which was.

definition of a “rule.” The Plan implements the requirement of the National Forest Management Act that the Secretary of Agriculture develop, maintain, and revise land resource management plans and assure compliance with the Multiple-Use Sustained-Yield Act of in setting forest management direction and harvesting levels.

It prescribes the. This Summary accompanies a Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and Land and Resource Management Plan (Forest Plan), which have been prepared to document the analysis of alternatives for the Tongass Forest Plan Amendment. A Draft Record of Decision (ROD) is also included.

Most planning participants will beFile Size: KB. The Tongass Land Management Plan amendment, a year transition toward young-growth logging, was finalized Friday.

Tongass Forest Supervisor Earl Stewart signed the .Similar Items. Tongass land and resource management plan, final environmental impact statement plan amendment. Published: () Errata for the final environmental impact statement plan amendment, Tongass National Forest.

The U.S. Forest Service has decided to make changes in its Tongass land management plan. That means users and interest groups will get to submit suggestions on .