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Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the South Florida and Caribbean Parks Exotic Plant Management Plan

This draft Exotic Plant Management Plan / Environmental Impact Statement (EPMP/EIS)analyzes a range of alternatives and actions for the management of exotic plants in nine south Florida and Caribbean parks. The parks included in this EPMP/EIS are: Big Cypress National Preserve, Biscayne National Park, Canaveral National Seashore, Dry Tortugas National Park, Everglades National Park, Buck Island Reef National Monument, Christiansted National Historic Site, Salt River Bay National Historic Park and Ecological Preserve, and Virgin Islands National Park. This draft EPMP/EIS assesses the impacts that could result from continuation of the current management framework (the no-action alternative) or implementation of either of the two action alternatives.
Comment Period: 09/20/2006 - 11/22/2006
Document Content:
Executive SummaryExecutive Summary   (1000.8 KB, PDF file)
Volume I-Table of ContentsVolume I-Table of Contents   (870.5 KB, PDF file)
Volume I- AlternativesVolume I- Alternatives   (2.8 MB, PDF file)
Volume I- Affected EnvironmentVolume I- Affected Environment   (2.3 MB, PDF file)
Volume I- Environmental ConsequencesVolume I- Environmental Consequences   (4.7 MB, PDF file)
Volume II- Table of ContentsVolume II- Table of Contents   (374.3 KB, PDF file)
Appendix B- Biscayne National ParkAppendix B- Biscayne National Park   (1.7 MB, PDF file)
Appendix E- Everglades National ParkAppendix E- Everglades National Park   (2.0 MB, PDF file)
Appendices J-LAppendices J-L   (1.8 MB, PDF file)
Appendices M-PAppendices M-P   (2.2 MB, PDF file)
Appendices Q-TAppendices Q-T   (3.4 MB, PDF file)
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