Levite said he would review all the relevant paperwork (including town meeting votes and minutes, deeds, local, regional and state mapping and biological assessments related to the existence and presence of various conservation values on or below each individual property).
What does B/A stand for?
B/A stands for Biological Assessment
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- Bachelor of Computing (degree program)
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- Baccalaurus Scientiae
- Bachelor of Science in Metallurgical Engineering
- Bachelor of Science in Metallurgy
- Bachelor of Science in Materials Engineering
- Better or Worse
- Barometric Altimeter
- Before and After
- Beta-Hydroxybutyrate/Acetoacetate (biophysics)
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In order to search the optimal formulation of DBT, the chemical and biological assessment of the three recorded DBT were performed and compared.
In fact the initial Biological Assessment the agency approved failed to do due diligence to the more rigorous Biological Opinion that should have been required for a project whose interrelated and cumulative effects over time will harm species clinging to the less than 1 percent of their prairie habitat remaining.
Biological assessments were conducted at 56 of the reserves to determine their ecological health, while surveys of residents and community leaders in local communities discerned perceptions and opinions in all 127 reserves.
For example, INGAA wants to use documents other than biological assessments as the basis for formal consultations, to have content requirements established for biological assessments when and if they are required, change the definition of "cumulative effects" to exclude the effects of future federal actions analyzed during the section 7 consultation process, and a number of other somewhat technical yet significant changes.
The biological assessment takes into account how the Endangered Species Act intersects with a proposed project, and whether alterations in the project are necessary.