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Vegetation treatment on BLM lands in thirteen western states
United States. Bureau of Land Management
|Other titles||Montana, North Dakota & South Dakota : record of decision : vegetation treatment on BLM lands in thirteen western states, Record of decision : vegetation treatment on BLM lands in thirteen western states : Montana, North Dakota & South Dakota|
|Statement||United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management|
|Contributions||United States. Bureau of Land Management. Montana State Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 17 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||17|
Overall, agreement for this zone was the lowest for any zone in the western United States at 48%. The most plentiful vegetation group in this zone was , Limber Pine Woodland. The low agreement in that vegetation group is one of the major drivers of the low agreement for the zone as a whole, due to the large proportion of pixels mapped as Cited by: At its inception, the federal government did not own land in the original states of the Union. Federal land ownership began when the original 13 states ceded title to more than 40% of their “western” lands ( million acres between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi River) to the central government between and File Size: KB.
Photo by Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management. The desert fan palm is native to the low hot deserts of southern California where it can live for years. Towering up to 75 feet tall, the California fan palm offers sanctuary in the midst of the desert to a variety of plants and animals. between and Over hectares of land were treated, corresponding to % of the pinon–juniper vegetation˜ type within BLM-owned lands. Tree-reduction treatments involving chaining, bulldozing, or cabling were most prevalent between the s and s, with over ha of land treated with these methods.
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Abstract. VOL Topics: Control Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. proposed by the U. Department of the Interior (USDI) Bureau of Land Management (BLM).
With an overall goal of improving ecosystem health, the BLM proposes to treat up to 6 million acres of land in the 17 western United States, including Alaska, on an annual basis (Map ).
Vegetation Treatments on Bureau of Land. The U. Department of the Interior (USDI) Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposes to use herbicides to treat vegetation on approximatelyacres annually on BLM-administered lands (public lands) in the western U.S. As part of the proposed action, the BLM proposes to use four new herbicide active ingredients, in addition to.
The BLM signed the Record of Decision for the Final Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement National Vegetation Treatments Using Aminopyralid, Fluroxypyr, and Rimsulfuron (Final PEIS) on BLM Lands administered lands on Aug planned use of herbicides combined with prescribed fire and mechanical treatments can restore land health in as little as one or two years.” In on public lands in the Pecos District of New Mexico,acres of BLM lands were treated under the Restore New Mexico project.
Lands File Size: 42KB. DOI-BLM-WO-WOEIS (Vegetation Treatments Using Aminopyralid Fluroxypyr and Rimsulfuron on BLM Lands in 17 Western States PEIS) > NEPA Register > DOI-BLM-WO-WOEIS > Documents.
Get this from a library. Vegetation treatment on BLM lands in thirteen western states: final environmental impact statement. [United States. Bureau of Land Management.]. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT ePlanning: DOI-BLM-WO-WOEIS ( Final Vegetation Treatments Using Herbicides Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement) > NEPA Paleontology Report for Vegetation Treatments (November United States.
Bureau of Land Management. OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: Final environmental impact statement: vegetation treatment on BLM lands in thirteen western states.
Distributed to depository libraries in microfiche. Shipping list no.: M. "May "--Cover. "BLM-WY-ES"--Page 2 of cover. Reproduction Notes. The Bureau of Land Management BLM Releases Final Plan for Vegetation Treatments The BLM manages more than million acres of public land located primarily in 12 Western states, including Alaska.
The BLM also administers million acres of sub-surface mineral estate throughout the nation. In fiscal yearthe diverse activities. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM), U.S.
Department of the Interior (USDI), proposes treatment of vegetation on public lands in 13 Western States. Some of the treatment methods have the potential for significant impacts on the environment. BLM Releases Final Programmatic EIS to Use Three Herbicides on Western Public Lands A notice for the Final PEIS for vegetation treatments using aminopyralid, fluroxypyr, and rimsulfuron on BLM lands in 17 western states, which was published today in the Federal Register, opens a day review period on the document.
and the CD version can be obtained by contacting the Vegetation Treatments EIS Team at Vegetation Treatments EIS Team, PO BoxPortland, ORor at [email protected] Vegetation Treatments Using Herbicides on BLM Lands in Oregon.
The LTDL was created by USGS to catalog legacy land treatment data for the BLM throughout the western United States. 12 The LTDL is a sophisticated database that contains data in text, tabular, spatial, and image formats. Original data were collected from BLM Field and District Offices (administrative units) and converted to digital by: u.s.
department of the interior bureau of land management ePlanning DOI-BLM-WO-WOEIS ( Final Vegetation Treatments Using.
Sampling Vegetation Attributes USDI Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and USDA Forest Service met in late and agreed to establish an interagency technical team to jointly oversee the development and publishing of vegetation sampling field guides. The member team currently includes representatives from the Forest Service, BLM, the.Code of Federal Regulations, Ti Public Lands: Interior, Part End, Revised as of July 1, (Microfiche).Potential Vegetation Hierarchy for the Blue Mountains Section of Northeastern Oregon, for management of FS and BLM lands within the project area.
portion of the interior Columbia River basin east of the crest of the Cascade Mountains in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and western Montana, along with adjacent parts of Wyoming, Nevada Cited by: 7.