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BLM Alaska State Office NEPA Register - Fiscal Year 2006

NEPA Document
Number

Case File Number
(Case Type)

Applicant

Proposed Action

Affected Area

Status of NEPA Review

AK-930-EA-2006-06NABLMProgrammatic Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation PlanStatewideComplete
AK-930-CX-2006-04

FF-94671 and FF-94672

State of Alaska

Disclaimers of interest on submerged lands beneath navigable waters

Little Scottie Creek beginning at the 60' neutral strip at the International border downstream to its confluence with Scottie Creek within Section 24, T. 10 N., R. 23 E., CRM. Scottie Creek beginning at the 60' neutral strip at the International border downstream to its confluence with the Chisana River in Section 34, T. 11 N., R. 22 E., and Section 3, T. 10 N., R. 22 E., CRM.

Complete
AK-930-CX-2006-03

FF-94614 and FF-94615

State of Alaska

Disclaimers of interest on submerged lands beneath navigable waters

Nabesna River from its beginnings in T 15 N R 19 E, CRM, downstream to its point of terminus in T 3 N, R 19 E, CRM Chisana River from its beginning in T 15 N., R 19 E, CRM, downstream to its point of terminus in T 5 N., R 14 E, CRM Complete
AK-930-CX-2006-02FF-94608 through FF-94612State of Alaska

Disclaimers of interest on submerged lands beneath navigable waters

Jim Lake, Deep Creek, Muddy River, Lake Minchumina, and Kantishna River

Fairbanks Meridian

T 10 S, R 21 W

Tps 11 S, Rs 21 - 25 W

Tps 12 S, Rs 23 - 25 W

T 13S, R 25 W

Tps 14S, Rs 25 and 26 W. Kantishna is more accurately described as beginning in T 2 S., 12 W., downstream to its confluence with Muddy River in 12 S 21 W, FM

Complete
AK-930-CX-2006-01

FF-94661 and FF-94662

State of Alaska

Disclaimers of interest on submerged lands beneath navigable waters

Fish Lake and (Mark Creek) in the Tanana River region - Tps. 13 N. Rs 19 & 20 E and 14 N R. 19 E, CRMComplete


 
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