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Important policy issues concerning the mitigation of impacts from construction and development affecting wetlands are under examination by the U.S. Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, the Environment and Public Works Committee of the U.S. Senate, and the National Wetlands Technical Council. The issues divide into two main parts: (1) how the current strategy to simplify federal regulation of wetlands is limiting the success of mitigation; and (2) how to change the present strategy for mitigation under the U.S. Clean Water Act, if at all. Requirements for site-specific analysis of impacts and their mitigation requirements are being replaced by simple, uniform national guidelines on impact mitigation; these...
Evaluation of Freshwater Mussels in the Lower Ohio River in Relation to the Olmstead Locks and Dam Project: 1995, 1996, and 1997 Studies
Development and testing of a new design procedure for the control of aesthetic pollutants at combined sewer overflows
Challenge of environmental law as a tool for balancing environmental and economic interests, in the search for sustainable development