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ENV 333

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ENV 333 Week 1 DQ1 NEPA The purpose of NEPA is: To declare a national policy which will encourage productive and enjoyable harmony between man and his environment; to promote efforts which will prevent or eliminate damage to the environment and biosphere and stimulate the health and welfa.....
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ENV 333 Week 1 DQ2 Environmental Assessment (EA) and Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) NEPA requires all projects that may adversely impact the environment to undergo the development of an EA or EIS. The initial scoping process is critical in determining how to proceed with a project......
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Socioeconomic Factors. Marriott explains, “The discussion of land-use and development impacts are often combined with community effects, relocations, travel patterns, and economic effects under an umbrella term of socioeconomic impacts” (1997, p. 61). Choose one of these factor.....
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ENV 333 Week 2 DQ1 # Land-Use and Development Land-use and development is classified as a socioeconomic impact in regards to the proposed project characteristics. Choose a project that has occurred in your local area. Describe the project and discuss a minimum of three (3) direct land-use.....
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ENV 333 Week 2 DQ2 Economics Economists and environmentalists are often on opposite sides of the debate when discussing the impacts caused by human interaction. When developing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) the direct and indirect economic impacts are heavily considered. Should .....
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ENV 333 Week 3 DQ1 Air Quality Air quality is vitally important for human health and the environment.  Since the 1970’s, various regulations and amendments have been enacted to ensure an increase in air quality across the nation. The amount of regulations and constraints that pertain.....
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ENV 333 Week 3 DQ2 Public Participation One of the benefits of the NEPA process is the incorporation of public participation. There are numerous ways in which the average citizen can participate in the process.  Which two (2) processes do you think are the most important?&n.....
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Case Study: Environmental Impacts. Search the Internet for an EIS that has been written in your local area. If one is not present in your local area, expand your search to include your county or state. Note: You are not required to read the entire EIS. These can run several hundred pages. .....
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ENV 333 Week 4 DQ1 Geology and Soils The Farmland Protection Policy Act of 1981 (FPPA) (amended in 1987) provides specific criteria for projects that attempt to convert viable agricultural land to nonagricultural purposes. The impetus is the protection of a potential food source for an ex.....
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ENV 333 Week 4 DQ2 Water Resources The vast majority of public opinion indicates that the protection of water resources should be high on the concerns of environmental protection.  Water resources include all components associated groundwater, surface water, and marine environments.&.....
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ENV 333 Week 5 DQ1 Sorting through it All The purpose of an Environmental Assessment (EA) and/or Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is to provide a harmonious union between human’s interactions and the environment. One EIS can take, on average, two to three years to complete. The volume.....
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ENV 333 Week 5 DQ2 Overall Impressions The EA/EIS process is one of length and detail. After learning the components of the entire process, the role of public participation, and examining actual completed EIS, what are your overall impressions of the process? What do you believe could imp.....
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