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Restoration Design Energy Project

Record of Decision and RMP Amendments

Final Environmental Impact Statement  (October 2012)  

Volume 1

Front Matter

Executive Summary

Chapters 1-2. Introduction and Alternatives (4M)

Chapter 3. Affected Environment (6M)

Chapter 4. Environmental Consequences (3M)

Chapter 5. Cumulative Impacts

Chapter 6. Consultation and Coordination

Chapter 7. List of Preparers

Chapter 8. References

Glossary

Index

Volume 2

Frontmatter

Appendix A. Reasonably Foreseeable Development Scenario (2M)

Appendix B. Design Features, Required Plans, and BMPs

Appendix C. Solar and Wind Energy Assessment (6.5M)

Appendix D. Cultural History Background

Appendix E. AZ List of Noxious Weeds

Appendix F. Southwest ReGAP for AZ

Appendix G. Response to Comments (2M)

Draft Environmental Impact Statement (February 2012)

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 

Scoping Report

Scoping Report (April 2010) (1M)

Historical Documents