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LIST OF TABLES. Table 1 Summary of Literature in AVs 2 Table 2 Summary of Literature on Adoption 6 Table 3 Summary of Literature on WTP 8 Table 4 Summary of Literature on Mode Choice 9 Table 5 Summary of Literature on Benefit and Concerns 10 Table 6 Summary of Literature on Perception of Technology and Operations 12 Table 7 Summary of Literature on Travel Demand 14 Table 8 Classification of Studies by Detailed Approach 16 Table 9 PCA result for AT1 (preferences for lifestyle and mobility options) 22 Table 10 PCA result for AT2 (perceived benefits and concerns of shared mobility) 23 Table 11 PCA result for AT3 (reasons toward or against private vehicle ownership) 24 Table 12 PCA result for AT4 (motivations for and desired features of AV) 24 Table 13 Result of Measurement Equations for AV Adoption and WTP 44 Table 14 Result of Structural Equations 45 Table 15 Result of Measurement Equations 50 Table 16 Result of Structural Model 52 Table 17 Results of Factor Analysis for Mode Dependency 56 Table 18 Linear SVM Model Performances 57 Table 19 Linear SVM Model Coefficients 59 Table 20 Mode Choice Model Results for Regular Trips (t-ratios in brackets) 68 Table 21 Mode Choice Model Results for Occasional Trips (t-ratios in brackets) 70 Table 22 Identified Latent Attitude Factors 72 Table 23 Model Results for Transit Users 74 Table 24 Model Results for Car Users 76 Table 25 Summary of Influential Attitudes to Emerging Mobility Options 81 Table 26 Summary of Influential Variables to Emerging Mobility Options 81 Table 27 Potential Model Changes for ACES Considerations 85 1 INTRODUCTION Today’s world is deeply influenced by the way new technology evolves. Advances in information and communication technologies have played an important role in how we live and travel and will continue to do so. Rapidly emerging mobile apps have contributed to the quick expansion of car sharing, ridesourcing, and various other on-demand services around the world. Similarly, connected and autonomous vehicle technologies are expected to bring a paradigm shift in how we define mobility. It is essential to incorporate ridesourcing and automated vehicle (AV) considerations into current long-range transportation planning efforts, which usually extends to the next 20 to 30 years. On the other hand, there are a lot of uncertainties with respect to technology development, regulations, and user acceptance that make it challenging to draw a clear picture of how shared mobility and AVs may affect our daily travel an...
LIST OF TABLES. Table 7-1. Shoreline use, development and modification matrix 43 APPENDICES Appendix A: Official Shorelines Map Appendix B: Shoreline Critical Areas Regulations Appendix C: Ocean Uses & Modifications SHORELINE MASTER PROGRAM CITY OF ILWACO
LIST OF TABLES. Table 2-1: 2016 Lake Chelan xxxxx survey angler data (lower lake). 6 Table 2-2: 2016 Lake Chelan xxxxx survey results (lower lake). 7 Table 2-3: 2016 Lake Chelan xxxxx survey angler data (upper lake). 8 Table 2-4: 2016 Lake Chelan xxxxx survey results (upper lake). 9 Table 2-5: 2016 Angler questionnaire results summary 11 Table 2-6: Angler preference for a trophy fishery and the species preferred by those who indicated they were in favor of a trophy fishery 12 Table 2-7: Estimated 2016 Lake Chelan tributary rainbow trout density and population abundance 13 Table 2-8: Estimated 2016 Lake Chelan tributary cutthroat trout density and population abundance 14 Table 2-9: Estimated 2015 Lake Chelan tributary rainbow trout density and population abundance 14 Table 2-10: Estimated 2015 Lake Chelan tributary cutthroat trout density and population abundance 14 Table 2-11: Estimated 2014 Lake Chelan tributary rainbow trout density and population abundance 15 Table 2-12: Estimated 2014 Lake Chelan tributary cutthroat trout density and population abundance 15 Table 2-13: Comparison of species abundance and composition 1982 vs. 2013 vs. 2016. ........................................................................................................................................... 16 Table 2-14: Comparison of species abundance and composition 1982 vs. 2015. 16 Table 2-15: Comparison of species abundance and composition 1982 vs. 2014. 16 Table 2-16: Comparison of species abundance and composition 1982 vs 2013. 16 Table 2-17: Comparison of species abundance and composition 1982 vs. 2012. 17 Table 2-18: Comparison of species abundance and composition 1982 vs. 2011. 17 Table 2-19: Lake Chelan tributary kokanee escapement estimates, peak counts and peak count dates, 2016. 20 Table 2-20: Amount of side channel habitat assessed, habitat suitable for kokanee spawning and migration, and number of fish sample segments in the Stehekin River expanded kokanee spawning surveys; 2000, 2010 and 2015. 20 Table 3-1: 2014 Fish Stocking Plan. 28 Table 3-2: 2014 Actual Fish Stocking 29 Table 3-3: 2015 Fish Stocking Plan. 29 Table 3-4: 2015 Actual Fish Stocking 30 Table 3-5: 2016 Fish Stocking Plan. 30 Table 3-6: 2016 Actual Fish Stocking 31 Table 3-7: 2017 Fish Stocking Plan. 31 Table 3-8: Estimated USFS budget and schedule for Fish Creek xXXX survey 32 Table 3-9: Estimated WDFW budget and schedule for tributary trout abundance 33 Table 3-10: Estimated 2017 NPS budget and schedule for westslo...
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1-1. Table 7.1 from Appendix D of the Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan. Table 1-2. Restoration Projects Identified in the Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan Sorted by the Smolts Produced Per Acre. Table 2-1. Tidegates by Dike or Drainage District and by Priority. Table 2-2. Floodgates by Dike or Drainage District and by Habitat Tiers. Table 4-1. Drainage Area Calculation for Tidegate Maintenance Habitat Credit. Table 4-2. Habitat Requirements per Tidegate and Tier 1 Floodgates.
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1-1. Examples of Typical Protection and Restoration Actions 1-4 Table 1-2. Typical Restoration Phases and Actions 1-5 Table 2-1. Xxxxx County Restoration Goals, Objectives, Actions, and Success Measures 2-4 Table 4-1. Recommendations and Priorities for Protection, Restoration, and Enhancement in the Marine Shorelines of Xxxxx County Based upon Coastal Processes 4-3 Table 4-3. Recommendations and Priorities for Protection, Restoration and Enhancement in South Puget Sound 4-4 Table 5-1. Miles of Shoreline Recommended for Different Strategies to Achieve Sediment Supply, Sediment Transport, and Tidal Flow 5-4 Table 5-2. Restoration Opportunities on Public Shores of Hood Canal 5-6 Table 5-3. Restoration Opportunities on Public Shores of South Puget Sound 5-12 Table 6-1. Restoration Actions for Xxxxx County Lakes 6-5 Table 7-1. Restoration Actions for Xxxxx County Rivers and Streams – WRIA 14a 7-4 Table 7-2. Restoration Actions for Xxxxx County Rivers and Streams – WRIA 15 7-10 Table 7-3. Restoration Actions for Xxxxx County Rivers and Streams – WRIA 16/14b 7-14 Table 7-4. Restoration Actions for Xxxxx County Rivers and Streams – Table 8-1. Potential Restoration Partner Organizations and their Roles in Future Restoration 8-2
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1.1 Contact Information of Key Personnel Table 2.1 Air Quality Monitoring Equipment Table 2.2 Locations of Impact Air Quality Monitoring Stations Table 2.3 Air Quality Monitoring Parameters, Frequency and Duration Table 2.4 Summary of 1-hour TSP Monitoring Results in the Reporting Period Table 2.5 Summary of 24-hour TSP Monitoring Results in the Reporting Period Table 3.1 Noise Monitoring Equipment Table 3.2 Locations of Impact Noise Monitoring Stations Table 3.3 Noise Monitoring Parameters, Frequency and Duration Table 3.4 Summary of Construction Noise Monitoring Results in the Reporting Period Table 4.1 Water Quality Monitoring Equipment Table 4.2 Impact Water Quality Monitoring Parameters and Frequency Table 4.3 Impact Water Quality Monitoring Stations Table 4.4 Laboratory Analysis for Suspended Solids Table 4.5 Summary of Water Quality Exceedances Table 5.1 Dolphin Monitoring Equipment Table 5.2 Impact Dolphin Monitoring Line Transect Co-ordinates (Provided by AFCD) Table 5.3 Impact Dolphin Monitoring Survey Effort Summary, Effort by Area and Beaufort State Table 5.4 Impact Dolphin Monitoring Survey Details in August 2013 Table 5.5. The Encounter Rate of Number of Dolphin Sightings & Total Number of Dolphins per Area Table 6.1 Summary of Environmental Licensing and Permit Status Figures Figure 1 General Project Layout Plan Figure 2 Impact Air Quality and Noise Monitoring Stations and Wind Station Figure 3 Impact Water Quality Monitoring Stations Figure 4 Impact Dolphin Monitoring Line Transect Layout Map Figure 5 Impact Dolphin Monitoring Survey Efforts and Sightings in August 2013 Figure 6 Environmental Complaint Handling Procedure List of Appendices Appendix A Project Organization for Environmental Works Appendix B Three Month Rolling Construction Programmes Appendix C Implementation Schedule of Environmental Mitigation Measures (EMIS) Appendix D Summary of Action and Limit Levels Appendix E Calibration Certificates of Monitoring Equipments Appendix F EM&A Monitoring Schedules Appendix G Impact Air Quality Monitoring Results and their Graphical Presentation Appendix H Meteorological Data for Monitoring Periods on Monitoring Dates in August 2013 Appendix I Impact Construction Noise Monitoring Results and their Graphical Presentation Appendix J Impact Water Quality Monitoring Results and their Graphical Presentation Appendix K Impact Dolphin Monitoring Survey Sighting Summary Appendix L Event Action Plan Appendix M Monthly Summary of Waste Flow T...
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LIST OF TABLES. 1. Environmental Documents Supporting the Development of NASA Research Park
LIST OF TABLES. Table 3.1-1. Gravel Placement Locations, Dates, and Volumes 4 Table 3.2-1. Implementation monitoring questions 7 1 INTRODUCTION‌
LIST OF TABLES. Table 1. CHICCHAP Output 1: Governance structures and leadership skills strengthened in Choiseul 10 Table 2. Number of direct project beneficiaries 12 Table 3. CHICCHAP Output 2: Livelihoods Supported Through Healthy Ecosystems 15 Table 4. CHICCHAP Output 4: Sustainable Economic Development Promoted 16 Table 5. CHICCHAP Output 5: Support Awareness Raising and Education 18 Table 6. CHICCHAP Output 6: Food Security Enhanced 20 Table 7. CHICCHAP Output 7: Appropriate and climate friendly infrastructure & technologies in place 22 Table 8. CHICCHAP Output 9: Strategies to ensure sustainability of programme developed and implemented 23 Annexes Annex 1: Choiseul Province Climate Change Vulnerability and Adaptation Assessment Report Annex 2: Participatory Rural Appraisal of eight vulnerable communities in Choiseul Province Annex 3: Implementation Agreement for the Choiseul Integrated Climate Change Programme between SPC and SPREP and GIZ GMBH and PACCSAPP and TNC and UNDP Annex 4: Memorandum of Understanding for the Choiseul Integrated Climate Change Programme Annex 5: Choiseul Integrated Climate Change Programme Partner’s Advisory and Implementation Group Terms of Reference Annex 6: Provincial Steering Committee Choiseul Integrated Climate Change Programme Terms of Reference Annex 7: 2015 Programme Workshop Report - Choiseul Integrated Climate Change Programme Annex 8: List of assets handed over to Choiseul Province Annex 9: List of assets written off Abbreviations CCCPIR Coping with Climate Change in the Pacific Islands Region CHICCHAP Choiseul Integrated Climate Change Programme CPG Choiseul Province Government CPUE Catch per unit effort ESSI Ecological Solutions Solomon Islands FAD Fish - Aggregating Device GIZ Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH GOA Government of Australia represented by the Department of the Environment LLCTC Lauru Land Conference of Tribal Community MAL Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock MDPAC Ministry of Development, Planning and Aid Coordination MECDM Ministry of Environment, Climate Change, Disaster Management and Meteorology MFMR Ministry of Fisheries and Marine Resources MID Ministry of Infrastructure and Development MMERE Ministry of Mines, Energy and Rural Electrification MoFR Ministry of Forestry and Research MoFT Ministry of Finance and Treasury MoU Memorandum of Understanding MPA Marine Protected Area MPGIS Ministry of Provincial Government and Institutional Strengthening MTDP Medium Term Development Pl...
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