Proposed grazing management program for the Hualapai-Aquarius EIS area, Mohave and Yavapai Counties, Arizona: draft environmental impact statement
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Alamo Lake allotments alternative AMPs annual area's Aridisols Arizona AUMs big game Big Sandy big-game bighorn sheep Catchment Cattleguard chaparral Chicken Springs Chino Springs construction continuation of present creosotebush cultural resources decrease desert bighorn sheep desert tortoise EIS Area Total elimination of livestock environmental ephemeral grazing Fence Francis Creek Gilbert's skink grassland grazing systems herd Hualapai Hualapai Mountains Hualapai-Aquarius impacts implementation increase intensive grazing inventory Javelina Kent's Cane Spring Land Management livestock grazing livestock numbers livestock operations ment moderate grazing management Mohave County mule deer nongame nonintensive numbers percent Pipeline planning area plant cover plant species ponderosa pine populations present grazing management pronghorn proposed action protected public lands Ranch EIS Area rangeland condition rangeland developments rangeland management reduce revenue riparian habitat sediment yield soil association Spring Development Table tion trend Trough usable forage production vegetation allocation vegetation type water developments wild burros wilderness wildlife enhancement wildlife habitat
Sivu 183 - President. ("Substantially unnoticeable" is defined in Appendix f of the Interim Management Policy and Cuide/fnes for lands under Wilderness ftev/ew.) (c) When the activity is terminated, and after any needed reclamation is complete, the area's wilderness values must not have been degraded so far, compared with the area's values for other purposes, as to significantly constrain the Secretary's recommendation with respect to the area's suitability or nonsuitability for preservation as wilderness....