RDEP Draft EIS

Volume 1

Executive Summary (6M)

Front Matter

Chapter 1 - INTRODUCTION (4M)

Chapter 2 - DESCRIPTION OF ALTERNATIVES AND THE REASONABLY FORESEEABLE DEVELOPMENT SCENARIO (3M)

Chapter 3 - AFFECTED ENVIRONMENT

Chapter 4 - ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES

  • Figure 4-1: Alternative 1: Maximum REDA on BLM-Administered Lands within 5 Miles of Special Designations.
  • Figure 4-2: Key Observation Points of Proposed Agua Caliente SEZ: Photographs of KOPs 001-005
  • Figure 4-3: Key Observation Points of Proposed Agua Caliente SEZ: Photographs of KOPs 006-009
  • Figure 4-4: Viewshed Analysis of Proposed Agua Caliente SEZ: Potential Concentrated Solar Power Technology 650 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-5: Visual Simulation of Eagletail Mountain Wilderness: Potential Concentrated Solar Power Technology 650 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-6: Visual Simulation of Woolsey Peak and Signal Mountain Wilderness: Potential Concentrated Solar Power Technology 650 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-7: Viewshed Analysis of Proposed Agua Caliente SEZ: Potential Concentrated Solar Power Technology 38 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-8: Visual Simulation of Sears Point and Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail:
    Potential Concentrated Solar Power Technology 650 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-9: Viewshed Analysis of Proposed Agua Caliente SEZ: Potential Photovoltaic Solar Field 6 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-10: Visual Simulation of Sears Point and Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail: Potential Photovoltaic Solar Field 5 Feet Tall
  • Figure 4-11: Visual Simulations of Proposed Agua Caliente SEZ: Concentrated Solar Power Technology and Photovoltaic Solar Field

Chapter 5 - CUMULATIVE IMPACTS

Chapter 6 - CONSULTATION AND COORDINATION

Chapter 7 - LIST OF PREPARERS

Chapter 8 - REFERENCES

Glossary

Index

Volume 2

Front Matter

Appendix A - RESOURCE POTENTIAL AND REASONABLY FORESEEABLE DEVELOPMENT SCENARIO REPORT

  • Figure 1: Statewide Solar Potential
  • Figure 2: BLM Solar Potential
  • Figure 3: Statewide Wind Potential
  • Figure 4: BLM Wind Potential
  • Figure 5: Potentially Developable Lands Solar Potential
  • Figure 6: Potentially Developable BLM Lands Solar Potential
  • Figure 7: Potentially Developable Lands with Wind Potential
  • Figure 8: Potentially Developable BLM Lands with Wind Potential
  • Figure 9: RDEP Nominated Disturbed Lands

Appendix B - DESIGN FEATURES AND BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES

Appendix C - Solar and Wind Energy Assessment of Nominated Sites (45M)

Appendix D - DRAFT - Excerpt from CULTURAL RESOURCE ASSESSMENT OF RENEWABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AREAS IN ARIZONA

Appendix E - ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE LIST OF PROHIBITED, REGULATED, AND RESTRICTED NOXIOUS WEEDS

Appendix F - SOUTHWEST REGIONAL GAP ANALYSIS PROJECT LANDCOVER TYPES AND DESCRIPTIONS FOR ARIZONA 


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