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Lake Havasu Field Office PRMP / Final EIS - 2007

Record of Decision and Approved Resource Management Plan

Volume I | Volume II | Volume III | Biological Opinion | Public Comment Letters

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Volume 1 (4.5M) - Containing the Summary and Chapters 1 (Introduction) and 2 (Description of Alternatives). 

 Chapter 1 Maps

  • Map 1-1 Planning Area with Surface Management
  • Map 1-2 Existing RMP and MFP Boundaries
  • Route Inventory Maps (these maps are quite large, both physically (40x32 in), and in file size)
  • Chapter 2 Maps 1 - 6 (1.3M)
    • Map 2-1 RMP Management Units
    • Map 2-2 Special Cultural Resource Management Areas
    • Map 2-3 Grazing Management - Alternatives 1 and 3
    • Map 2-4 Grazing Management - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-5 Grazing Management - Alternative 4 - Proposed
    • Map 2-6 Bureau of Reclamation Withdrawn and Acquired Lands
  • Chapter 2 Maps 7 - 10 (1.7M)
    • Map 2-7 Disposal Lands from Existing RMPs - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-8 Disposal Lands - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-9 Disposal Lands - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-10 Disposal Lands - Alternative 4
    • Map 2-10a Disposal Lands - Alternative 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 11 - 14
    • Map 2-11 Utility Corridors and Communication Sites - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-12 Utility Corridors and Communication Sites - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-13 Utility Corridors and Communication Sites - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-14 Utility Corridors and Communication Sites - Alt 4 & Alt 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 15 - 19 (1M)
    • Map 2-15 Salable Minerals - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-16 Salable Minerals - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-17 Salable Minerals - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-18 Salable Minerals - Alternative 4
    • Map 2-19 Salable Minerals - Alternative 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 20 - 25 (1.3M)
    • Map 2-20 Leasable Minerals - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-21 Leasable Minerals - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-22 Leasable Minerals - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-23 Leasable Minerals - Alternative 4
    • Map 2-23a Leasable Minerals - Alternative 5 - Proposed
    • Map 2-24 Locatable Minerals - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-25 Locatable Minerals - Alternatives 2, 3, 4, and 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 26 - 32 (1.4M)
    • Map 2-26 Lake Havasu Field Office Recreational Management Areas
    • Map 2-27 Lake Havasu Special Recreation Management Area
    • Map 2-28 Gibraltar Special Recreation Management Area
    • Map 2-29 Havasu Urban Special Recreation Management Area
    • Map 2-30 Plomosa Special Recreation Management Area
    • Map 2-31 Allocated Competitive Use Routes
    • Map 2-32 Developed Recreation Sites and Potential Fishing Dock Locations - CR Management Unit
  • Chapter 2 Maps 33 - 38 (1.5M)
    • Map 2-33 Existing Off-Highway Vehicle Area Designations - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-34 Off-Highway Vehicle Area Designations - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-35 Off-Highway Vehicle Area Designations - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-36 Off-Highway Vehicle Area Designations - Alternative 4
    • Map 2-36a Off-Highway Vehicle Area Designations - Alternative 5 - Proposed
    • Map 2-37 Route Inventory Map Index by Travel Management Areas
    • Map 2-38 Existing Routes
  • Chapter 2 Maps 39 - 46 (1.6M)
    • Map 2-39 Desert Tortoise Habitats
    • Map 2-40 Wildlife Habitat Management Areas
    • Map 2-41 General Vegetation
    • Map 2-42 Wildlife Movement Corridors
    • Map 2-43 Bighorn Sheep Habitat
    • Map 2-44 Riparian Zones - Bill Williams River Management Unit
    • Map 2-45 Riparian Zones - Colorado River Management Unit
    • Map 2-46 Vegetation Communities for Fire Management
  • Chapter 2 Maps 47 - 51
    • Map 2-47 Visual Resource Management - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-48 Visual Resource Management - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-49 Visual Resource Management - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-50 Visual Resource Management - Alternative 4
    • Map 2-51 Visual Resource Management - Alternative 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 52 and 53
    • Map 2-52 Lands with Wilderness Characteristics - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-53 Lands with Wilderness Characteristics - Alt 4 & Alt 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 54 - 58 (1M)
    • Map 2-54 Wild Horse and Burro Herd Areas
    • Map 2-55 Wild Burro Herd Management Areas - Alternative 1
    • Map 2-56 Wild Burro Herd Management Areas - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-57 Wild Burro Herd Management Areas - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-58 Wild Burro Herd Management Areas - Alt 4 & Alt 5 - Proposed
  • Chapter 2 Maps 59 - 65 (1.4M)
    • Map 2-59 Existing ACEC, Back Country Byway, and Other Protected Areas
    • Map 2-60 Special Area Designations - Alternative 2
    • Map 2-61 Special Area Designations - Alternative 3
    • Map 2-62 Special Area Designations - Alternative 4
    • Map 2-63 Special Area Designations - Alternative 5 - Proposed
    • Map 2-64 Wilderness Areas, Wilderness Study Area, and Recommended Wild & Scenic River Segments
    • Map 2-65 Lake Havasu Regional Management Area with Cooperative Management Zones

Volume 2 (2M) - Containing Chapters 3 (Affected Environment), 4 (Environmental Consequences), and 5 (Consultation and Coordination).

  • Chapter 3 Maps 1 - 4
    • Map 3-1 Major Land Resource Areas
    • Map 3-2 Visual Resource Management Inventory Scenic Quality
    • Map 3-3 Visual Resource Management Inventory Visual Sensitivity
    • Map 3-4 Visual Resource Management Inventory Distance Zones
  • Chapter 3 Maps 5 - 10 (1M)
    • Map 3-5 Wilderness Characteristics Assessment
    • Map 3-6 Recreation Opportunity Spectrum Inventory
    • Map 3-7 Salable Mineral Potential
    • Map 3-8 Locatable Mineral Potential
    • Map 3-9 Leasable Mineral Potential
    • Map 3-10 Proposed Future Transportation

Volume 3 (3M) - Containing the Glossary, References, Index, Acronyms and Abbreviations, and Appendices (A through R).

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Biological Opinion (4.4M)

Public Comment Letters

Comment Letters are available upon request.  Contact the BLM Lake Havasu Field Office at 928-505-1200 or (toll-free) 1-888-213-2582.

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