Database and Literature Review Sample Clauses

Database and Literature Review. The biological documentation previously prepared for the project site, other relevant biological resources information, and comments on the Notice of Preparation (NOP) will be reviewed. At a minimum, this will include the following: • Biological Resources Assessment at the 606+/- Acre “Xxxxx” Site (Xxxxx Biological Consultants 2014); • Relevant sections of the East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan (ECCCHCP); • East Contra Costa County Habitat Conservation Plan/Natural Community Conservation Plan Assessment of Plan, Effects on CEQA Species (X.X. Xxxxxx & Associates 2014); • Comment letter from Xxxxx Milhaly & Xxxxxxxx (on behalf of Save Mount Diablo); and • Comment letter from Xxxx Xxx Xxxxxxxx Xxxx Xxxxxxxx (EBRPD) In addition, the latest version of the California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB) will be reviewed to confirm that the existing biological documentation addresses all special-status species documented in the project vicinity. Orthorectified aerial photography, geology and soil maps, and hydrology data will also be obtained and reviewed to generally identify habitat types and features on and near the project site. Field maps will be prepared for use in the Task 2 (see below) that incorporate the available GIS vegetation, soils, hydrology, and special-status species data.
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Database and Literature Review. The most recent version of the California Natural Diversity Data Base (CNDDB) will be reviewed to determine the location of documented occurrences of special-status plant and wildlife species relative to the project site. Additionally, the California Native Plant Society (CNPS) Online Inventory of Rare and Endangered Plants and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) database will be reviewed. Commercially available orthorectified aerial photography of the project site and surrounding area will also be reviewed. Field Visit. A biologist will visit the project site to identify and characterize the onsite and surrounding habitat types. The potential occurrence of special-status plant and wildlife species will be evaluated based on an analysis of onsite habitats, known home ranges and/or distribution of target species, and other biological characteristics. The habitat types on and bordering the project site will be generally mapped and all wildlife species observed will be recorded. Any potentially jurisdictional resources (e.g., wetlands, drainages) or sensitive plant communities (e.g., native grasslands) will be identified, characterized, and generally mapped.

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  • Literature Review A-E shall conduct a literature review to determine which species have been identified as special status by state, federal, and local resources agencies and organizations, and have a potential to occur on the project site or in the immediate vicinity. Sources to be reviewed include: (1) special status species lists from the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG), United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and California Native Plant Society (CNPS); (2) database searches of the California Natural Diversity Database (CNDDB) and the Electronic Inventory of the CNPS; (3) the most recent Federal Register listing package and critical habitat determination for each federally Endangered or Threatened species potentially occurring on the project site; (4) the CDFG Annual Report on the status of California’s listed Threatened and Endangered plants and animals; and (5) other biological studies conducted in the vicinity of the project site.

  • Literature The manufacturer/dealer shall furnish price lists, catalogs, and description literature upon request by any using entity, and at no cost to the entity.

  • Training Materials Training Materials will be provided for each student. Training Materials may be used only for either (i) the individual student’s reference during Boeing provided training and for review thereafter or (ii) Customer’s provision of training to individuals directly employed by the Customer.

  • Marketing Materials (a) During the term of this Agreement, the Sub-Adviser agrees to furnish the Manager at its principal office for prior review and approval by the Manager all written and/or printed materials, including but not limited to, PowerPointÒ or slide presentations, news releases, advertisements, brochures, fact sheets and other promotional, informational or marketing materials (the “Marketing Materials”) for internal use or public dissemination, that are produced or are for use or reference by the Sub-Adviser, its affiliates or other designees, broker-dealers or the public in connection with the Series, and Sub-Adviser shall not use any such materials if the Manager reasonably objects in writing within five business days (or such other period as may be mutually agreed) after receipt thereof. Marketing Materials may be furnished to the Manager by first class or overnight mail, facsimile transmission equipment, electronic delivery or hand delivery.

  • Prospectuses and Marketing Materials We shall furnish you without charge reasonable quantities of offering Prospectuses (including any supplements currently in effect), current shareholder reports of the Funds, and sales materials issued by us from time to time. In the purchase of shares through us, you are entitled to rely only on the information contained in the offering Prospectus(es). You may not publish any advertisement or distribute sales literature or other written material to the public that makes reference to us or any of the Funds (except material that we furnished to you) without our prior written approval.

  • LITERATURE, ADVERTISEMENTS, AND SOCIAL MEDIA A. Any written information or literature, including educational or promotional materials, distributed by CONTRACTOR to any person or organization for purposes directly or indirectly related to this Agreement must be approved at least thirty (30) days in advance and in writing by ADMINISTRATOR before distribution. For the purposes of this Agreement, distribution of written materials shall include, but not be limited to, pamphlets, brochures, flyers, newspaper or magazine ads, and electronic media such as the Internet.

  • Research Use Reporting To assure adherence to NIH GDS Policy, the PI agrees to provide annual Progress Updates as part of the annual Project Renewal or Project Close-out processes, prior to the expiration of the one (1) year data access period. The PI who is seeking Renewal or Close-out of a project agree to complete the appropriate online forms and provide specific information such as how the data have been used, including publications or presentations that resulted from the use of the requested dataset(s), a summary of any plans for future research use (if the PI is seeking renewal), any violations of the terms of access described within this Agreement and the implemented remediation, and information on any downstream intellectual property generated from the data. The PI also may include general comments regarding suggestions for improving the data access process in general. Information provided in the progress updates helps NIH evaluate program activities and may be considered by the NIH GDS governance committees as part of NIH’s effort to provide ongoing stewardship of data sharing activities subject to the NIH GDS Policy.

  • Indemnification for Marketing Materials In addition to the foregoing indemnification, the Fund and the Investment Adviser also, jointly and severally, agree to indemnify and hold harmless each Underwriter, affiliates, directors, officers, employees and agents of each Underwriter, and each person, if any, who controls any Underwriter within the meaning of Section 15 of the 1933 Act or Section 20 of the 1934 Act, against any and all loss, liability, claim, damage and expense described in the indemnity contained in Section 6(a), as limited by the proviso set forth therein, with respect to any sales material.

  • Promotional Materials In the event that the Fund or the Adviser makes available any promotional materials related to the Securities or the transactions contemplated hereby intended for use only by registered broker-dealers and registered representatives thereof by means of an Internet web site or similar electronic means, the Adviser will install and maintain, or will cause to be installed and maintained, pre-qualification and password-protection or similar procedures which are reasonably designed to effectively prohibit access to such promotional materials by persons other than registered broker-dealers and registered representatives thereof.

  • Protocols Each party hereby agrees that the inclusion of additional protocols may be required to make this Agreement specific. All such protocols shall be negotiated, determined and agreed upon by both parties hereto.

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