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Eastern Powder River Coal Basin of Wyoming Final EIS

FY 1974

Volume I

Complete document - 60mb

Volume II

Complete document - 21.4mb

  • Cover - 255kb
  • Table of Contents - 125kb
  • Chapter 5:  Probable Cumulative Regional Impacts - 7.3mb
  • Chapter 6:  Significant Mitigating Measures - 1.4mb
  • Chapter 7:  Probably Adverse Environmental Effects Which Cannot Be Avoided - 764kb
  • Chapter 8:  Alternatives to the Proposed Action - 9.7mb
  • Chapter 9:  The Relationship Between Local Short-term Uses of Man's Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity - 252kb
  • Chapter 10: Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources - 178kb
  • Chapter 11:  Consultation and Coordination - 431kb

Volume III

Complete document - 23.3mb

Part 2:  Analysis of the Proposed Railroad Construction and Operation by Burlington Northern Inc. and the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company
  • Chapter 1:  Description of the Proposed Action - 9mb
  • Chapter 2:  Description of the Existing Environment - 1.6mb
  • Chapter 3:  Probable Impact of the Proposed Action - 1.9mb
  • Chapter 4:  Mitigating Measures - 1mb
  • Chapter 5:  Probable Adverse Environmental Effects Which Cannot Be Avoided - 825kb
  • Chapter 6:  Alternatives to the Proposed Action - 985kb
  • Chapter 7:  The Relationship Between Local Short-term Uses of Man's Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity - 420kb
  • Chapter 8:  Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources - 404kb
Part 3:  Analysis of Proposed Mining and Reclamation by Atlantic Richfield Company
  • Chapter 1:  Description of the Proposed Action - 1.6mb
  • Chapter 2:  Description of the Existing Environment - 4.7mb
  • Chapter 3:  Probable Impact of Proposed Action - 1.7mb
  • Chapter 4:  Mitigating Measures - 1mb
  • Chapter 5:  Probable Adverse Environmental Effects Which Cannot Be Avoided - 649kb
  • Chapter 6:  Alternatives to the Proposed Action - 706kb
  • Chapter 7:  The Relationship Between Local Short-term Uses of Man's Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity - 480kb
  • Chapter 8:  Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources - 470kb

Volume IV

Complete document - 23.3mb

Part 4:  Analysis of Proposed Mining and Reclamation by Carter Oil Company
  • Chapter 1:  Description of the Proposed Action - 3.2mb
  • Chapter 2:  Description of the Existing Environment - 3.3mb
  • Chapter 3:  Probable Impact of Proposed Action - 1.6mb
  • Chapter 4:  Mitigating Measures - 1mb
  • Chapter 5:  Probable Adverse Environmental Effects Which Cannot Be Avoided - 679kb
  • Chapter 6:  Alternatives to the Proposed Action - 684kb
  • Chapter 7:  The Relationship Between Local Short-term Uses of Man's Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity - 473kb
  • Chapter 8:  Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources - 463kb
Part 5:  Analysis of Proposed Mining and Reclamation by Kerr-McGee Coal Corporation
  • Chapter 1:  Description of the Proposed Action - 1.4mb
  • Chapter 2:  Description of the Existing Environment - 4mb
  • Chapter 3:  Probable Impact of Proposed Action - 1.3mb
  • Chapter 4:  Mitigating Measures - 930kb
  • Chapter 5:  Probable Adverse Environmental Effects Which Cannot Be Avoided - 649kb
  • Chapter 6:  Alternatives to the Proposed Action - 653kb
  • Chapter 7:  The Relationship Between Local Short-term Uses of Man's Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity - 467kb
  • Chapter 8:  Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources - 456kb
Part 6:  Analysis of Proposed Mining and Reclamation by Wyodak Resources Development Company
  • Chapter 1:  Description of the Proposed Action - 1.3mb
  • Chapter 2:  Description of the Existing Environment - 2.9mb
  • Chapter 3:  Probable Impact of Proposed Action - 1.8mb
  • Chapter 4:  Mitigating Measures - 1.1mb
  • Chapter 5:  Probable Adverse Environmental Effects Which Cannot Be Avoided - 681kb
  • Chapter 6:  Alternatives to the Proposed Action - 624kb
  • Chapter 7:  The Relationship Between Local Short-term Uses of Man's Environment and the Maintenance and Enhancement of Long-term Productivity - 470kb
  • Chapter 8:  Irreversible and Irretrievable Commitments of Resources - 454kb

Volume V

Complete document - 30.8mb