2 edition of Compensable natural resource damage determination for the Upper Clark Fork River NPL sites found in the catalog.
|Statement||State of Montana, Natural Resource Damage Program ; prepared by RCG/Hagler Bailly ; Robert D. Rowe ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||RCG/Hagler, Bailly, Inc, Montana. Natural Resource Damage Program|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 30, A-6 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||30|
1 PREFACE The Clark Fork River Riparian Evaluation System (CFR RipES) is a decision-making tool, that allows the Record of Decision requirements to be implemented on a site-specific, refined, and definitive basis. The purpose of CFR RipES is to provide a data predicated design tool to identify and categorize. A Natural Resource Damage Assessment (NRDA) of the Fox River and Green Bay identified companies that were historically responsible for the release of PCBs into the Fox River. Several of these companies have made agreements, through the NRDA process, to fund natural resource restoration projects in the Fox River Valley and surrounding areas.
Compensable Natural Resource Damage Determination for the Upper Clark Fork River NPL Sites. Report to the State of Montana, December, Report to the State of Montana, December, Google ScholarCited by: Dan River NRDAR Restoration Scoping October - Final 3 future potential natural resource injuries and lost natural resource uses and services. The ultimate outcome of the NRDAR process is to develop and implement restoration that will compensate the .
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Compensable natural resource damage determination for the January Pages: Revised report and rebuttal: compensable natural resource damage determination for the Upper Clark Fork River NPL sites by Hagler Bailly Consulting, Inc; Schulze, William D; Morey, Edward R; Rowe, Robert D., ; Montana.
Natural Resource Damage Litigation ProgramPages: These sites relate to natural resource damages in the Anaconda Smelter Hill upland area, the Clark Fork River area, and the Butte area alluvial aquifer.
The total damage estimate for these three sites is approximately $ million. The Smelter Hill upland area amount is $ million. Claims for the Clark Fork area are estimated at $ million.
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Revised report and rebuttal: compensable natural resource damage determination for the Upper Clark Fork River NPL sites Volume Oct by Inc Hagler Bailly Consulting, Montana Natural Resource Damage Litigation Program, et al.
| 31 October The Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP), in consultation with the Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP), assessed the terrestrial resources of the Up per Clark Fork River Basi n (UCFRB)—the portion of the watershed of the Clark Fork River extending from its headwaters, surrounding the City of Butte.
This paper summarizes a natural resource damage assessment for the State of Montana. Mining wastes have caused significant reductions in trout stocks in a. Rebuttal Report: Contingent Valuation of Natural Resource Damages due to Injuries to the Upper Clark Fork River Basin [Hagler Bailly Consulting, Inc, Program, Montana Natural Resource Damage, McClelland, Gary H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Rebuttal Report: Contingent Valuation of Natural Resource Damages due to Injuries to the Upper Clark Author: Inc Hagler Bailly Consulting, Montana Natural Resource Damage Program, Gary H. McClelland. Robert D. Rowe has written: 'Compensable natural resource damage determination for the Upper Clark Fork River NPL sites' -- subject(s): Water, Hazardous waste sites.
Revised Report and Rebuttal Compensable Natural Resource Damage Determination for the Upper Clark Fork River Npl Sites Volume Oct by William D. Schulze 68 Pages, Published by Nabu Press ISBNISBN: (FWP) and the Natural Resource Damage Program (NRDP), to help guide the State’s fishery restoration efforts in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin (UCFRB) that are being funded by natural resource damage settlement funds.
Inthe State concluded its third and final settlement of its natural resource. Montana v. ARCO natural resource damage lawsuit, or with the State’s proposed restoration determination plans for the three sites still involved in that litigation.
Those sites are Butte Area One, Smelter Hill Area Uplands and the Upper Clark Fork River. In addition, projects that are proposed for implementation at the Upper Clark Fork River or.
River floodplains located in inter montane valleys of western Montana, such as the Upper Clark Fork River Valley, will under natural, undisturbed conditions have a nearly complete canopy cover of live vegetation.
Lack of vegetation cover indicates severe disturbance to riparian sites. Live. Montana U.S. Senator Jon Tester, D-Mont., speaks about natural resource conservation in the Upper Clark Fork River Basin Wednesday. Tester called the $ million that will help the state build. The focus of the WRP is on the tributaries to the Clark Fork River, as the main stem of the Clark Fork is being addressed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Montana Department Of Environmental Quality as well as the Montana Natural Resource Damage Program.
The state has set up a phase project to remove the mining metals from the upper Clark Fork and restore its floodplain to a more natural condition. But that assumes we know what natural looks like. The Upper Clark Fork River Basin Remediation and Restoration Education Advisory Council publishes a quarterly newsletter.
To receive copies of RiverWatch, contact Kathy Coleman, Natural Resource Damage Program, () or e-mail: [email protected] Consent Decree for the Clark Fork River Operable Unit and for the Remaining State of Montana Clark Fork Basin Natural Resource Damage Claims.
This Consent Decree (also referred to as “State CD II” herein and in the Clark Fork Site Consent Decree) is being filed contemporaneously with the Consent Decree for the.
Natural Resource Damage Assessment & Restoration Handbook (Public) BLM Manual Rel. 05/27/ 3 Baseline Condition. The condition or conditions of a natural resource that would have existed at the assessment area had the discharge of oil or release of hazardous substance under investigation not occurred.
The baseline condition is. Final report for the Clark Fork River Demonstration Project, Warm Springs, Montana [and Associates, Schafer, Montana. Office of the Governor] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Final report for the Clark Fork River Demonstration Project, Warm Springs, MontanaAuthor: Schafer and Associates.
of the remedial action at the Clark Fork River (CFR) Operable Unit and provide for certain restoration actions at the three sites where the State has pending natural resource damages (NRD) claims, namely the Clark Fork River, Butte Area One, and the Smelter Hill Uplands.
This CD was lodged with the federal court on February 7, Flood Hydrology of the Clark Fork River and its Tributaries 14 1 Clark Fork above Little Blackfoot River record was extended using Clark Fork at Deer Lodge for 2 Clark Fork above Little Blackfoot River record was extended using Clark Fork above Missoula minus Blackfoot River near Bonner for File Size: 2MB.Hudson River Natural Resource Damage Assessment.
In coordination with the EPA's Hudson River Reassessment, the Hudson River Natural Resource Trustees - the United States Department of the Interior (DOI), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC) - are .