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3 Bars ecosystem and landscape restoration project : draft environmental impact statement.

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Alternative: Draft environmental impact statement : 3 Bars ecosystem and landscape restoration project

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Battle Mountain, NevadaU.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Mount Lewis Field Office,[2013].

Subjects

Biological control , Environmental aspects , Management , Nevada , Prescribed burning , Public lands , Rangelands , United States, West , Weed control , Weeds , West (U.S.)

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https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.116589

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Title

3 Bars ecosystem and landscape restoration project : draft environmental impact statement.

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Alternative: Draft environmental impact statement : 3 Bars ecosystem and landscape restoration project

Alternative: Three Bars ecosystem and landscape restoration project : draft environmental impact statement

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United States. Bureau of Land Management.

United States. Bureau of Land Management.

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Book

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Published material

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Battle Mountain, NevadaU.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Mount Lewis Field Office,[2013].

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This Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) analyzes the potential direct, indirect, and cumulative impacts associated with the Bureau of Land Managements (BLMs) proposed land restoration treatments on the approximately 749,810-acre 3 Bars ecosystem. The BLM evaluated three action alternatives and the No Action Alternative. Alternative A is the BLMs Preferred Alternative. Under this alternative, the BLM would treat about 127,000 acres during the life of the project using manual and mechanical methods, fire (both prescribed and wildland fire for resource benefit), and biological control (use of livestock and classic biological control [nematodes, fungi, mites, and insects] primarily to control noxious weeds and other invasive non-native vegetation). Alternative B differs from Alternative A in that the BLM would not use prescribed fire and wildland fire for resource benefit, and the BLM would treat only about 63,500 acres. Under Alternative C, the BLM would only treat vegetation within treatment areas using manual methods and classical biological control; use of livestock for biological control would not be allowed.

"DOI-BLM-NV-B010-2011-0200-EIS"--Cover.

Subjects

Biological control , Environmental aspects , Management , Nevada , Prescribed burning , Public lands , Rangelands , United States, West , Weed control , Weeds , West (U.S.)

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HD243.N3 T47 2013

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English

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OCLC: 861521981

DOI

https://doi.org/10.5962/bhl.title.116589

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publisher = {Battle Mountain, NevadaU.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Mount Lewis Field Office,},
author = {United States. Bureau of Land Management. and United States. Bureau of Land Management.},
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pages = {816},
keywords = {Biological control|Environmental aspects|Management|Nevada|Prescribed burning|Public lands|Rangelands|United States, West|Weed control|Weeds|West (U.S.)|},
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TI - 3 Bars ecosystem and landscape restoration project : draft environmental impact statement.
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