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Golden Gate National Recreation Area Fire Management Plan FEIS

The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the FMP described a range of alternative strategies for directing wildland fire management actions in GGNRA, Muir Woods and Fort Point Historic Site. Potential environmental effects of each alternative were assessed in the FEIS and mitigation measures developed that would avoid or minimize potential impacts of wildland fire management actions. FEIS appendices include the record of NPS consultations with other federal agencies charged with administering federal environmental regulations as well as the public comments received on the Draft EIS and NPS responses to the comments. The FMP NEPA process for the GGNRA FMP concluded with the signing of a Record of Decision (ROD) by the Pacific West Region Deputy Director on February 24, 2006.
 
Document Content:
Superintendent's LetterSuperintendent's Letter   (28.2 KB, PDF file)
Executive SummaryExecutive Summary   (311.2 KB, PDF file)
Table of ContentsTable of Contents   (29.4 KB, PDF file)
Chapter 1 - Purpose and NeedChapter 1 - Purpose and Need   (3.1 MB, PDF file)
Chapter 2 - AlternativesChapter 2 - Alternatives   (1.3 MB, PDF file)
Chapter 4 - Environmental ConsequencesChapter 4 - Environmental Consequences   (928.6 KB, PDF file)
IndexIndex   (35.7 KB, PDF file)
Appendix A - GlossaryAppendix A - Glossary   (52.4 KB, PDF file)
Appendix B - Literature CitedAppendix B - Literature Cited   (73.5 KB, PDF file)
Appendix C - Cumulative ActionsAppendix C - Cumulative Actions   (38.6 KB, PDF file)
Appendix D - GGNRA Historic ResourcesAppendix D - GGNRA Historic Resources   (19.6 KB, PDF file)
Appendix E - Fire Hazard ModelAppendix E - Fire Hazard Model   (895.8 KB, PDF file)
Appendix F - Special Status SpeciesAppendix F - Special Status Species   (183.9 KB, PDF file)
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