Study Area Sample Clauses

Study Area. The study area focused on the Bulk Power System in South-Eastern New York between Albany and New York City, and voltages underlying systems at 115 kV and above in the lower Xxxxxx Valley (Zones G, H & I). In the PSS™E power flow base case provided by NYISO, facilities rated at 115 kV and above in PSS™E designated areas 6 through 11 are monitored in the study. These areas are: • Capital District • Xxxxxx • Millwood • Xxxxxxxxx • Con Ed • Long Island
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Study Area. The project area for the Ninth Street parking study is as shown in the attached map.
Study Area. The Upper Colorado River basin in Utah, including the Green River and its tributaries.
Study Area. The service provider will provide a quiet study area that is conducive for students to study away from their rooms.
Study Area. The study area is generally the portion of Xxxxxx Street from UTA Boulevard on the north to Xxxxxx Road on the south in Arlington, Texas. Scope of Work
Study Area. The study area for this project includes identified Colorado pikeminnow nursery habitat areas in the Green and Colorado rivers in Utah (Xxxxxx et al. 1982; Xxxxxx et al. 1985; Xxxx and Xxxxxx 1991). Specifically, Split Mountain to Sand Wash (RM 319–RM 215) on the middle Green River, Green River State Park to the confluence with the Colorado River (RM 120–RM 0) on the lower Green River, and Cisco to the confluence with the Green River (RM 111–RM 0) on the Colorado River.
Study Area. The lands in the total amended study area, from north to south are open space areas in Santa Fe Valley, County-owned portions of Xxxxxxx Creek, open space areas conveyed to the County of San Diego in 4S Ranch, San Xxxxxxx Open Space Preserve, XxXxxxx Mountain preserve lands, Xxxxxxxxxx Canyon Ecological Reserve and portions of Rancho Jamul, and lands north and south of the eastern arm of Otay Lakes. The following is a brief description of each study area. Lake Hodges Segment Preserve Areas: The Lake Hodges Segment surveyed included preserve lands in Santa Fe Valley, 4S Ranch, and Xxxxxxx Creek. The County of San Diego and The Environmental Trust own the Santa Fe Valley preserve areas. The County of San Diego is also in ownership of the four parcels that comprise the approximately 200-acre Xxxxxxx Creek open space preserve. Lands in 4S Ranch that are identified as future open space according to the specific plan maps are being dedicated to the County of San Diego as final maps are recorded in the planning approval process. At the time of the field surveys the County of San Diego had access to the open space areas in the southern portion of 4S Ranch where Xxxxxxx Creek crosses through the preserve.
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Study Area. Xxxxxx Bay is a 106-acre shallow estuarine embayment of the New River within the city of Jacksonville, Onslow County, North Carolina.
Study Area. The Colorado River from Palisade, CO downstream to near Fruita, CO. Study Methods/Approach: FY 2020-2021 Due to Program budget limits in 2020 and 2021, FWS GJ will not be conducting canal salvage. We hope to start again beginning in 2022. Sections of the GVIC and GVWU canals that hold water after irrigation diversion flows are terminated each fall will be sampled using a truck-mounted electrofishing system and/or seines. Native fish may also be salvaged from some major canals lateral to the GVWU canal (e.g., Palisade Irrigation, Orchard Mesa Irrigation District) if/when the opportunity presents itself and with the proper permissions for access to these facilities. Sampling will begin near Fruita, CO at 22 Road on each canal and continue eastwards toward the most upstream portion of the Grand Valley. Sampling will begin approximately one week after the canals have been shut off in the fall, allowing them to drain down to a water level that is accessible by the sampling crew. The sampling crew will travel the canal roads searching for pools of water that could still hold fish. When pools of water are found, crews will walk the canal using electrofishing probes and/or seines to capture all fish possible. Native fish will be enumerated by species, placed in a hatchery truck, transported to the Colorado River, and released alive. Records of native fish species salvaged (by species) will be maintained. Any endangered fish collected during this process will be measured, weighed, and checked for the presence of a PIT tag. If no PIT tag is present, one will be implanted prior to releasing the fish back into the Colorado River.
Study Area. Straddling the Tehachapi Mountains of California, Tejon Ranch ranges in elevation from approximately 150 m to over 2070 m. Prominent ridges and associated valleys extend along the spine of the Tehachapis creating a complex landscape with highly variable elevations, aspects, and landforms. Tejon Ranch sits at the confluence of two floristic provinces (California Floristic Province and Great Basin Province) and four floristic regions (Great Central Valley, Sierra Nevada, Mojave Desert, and Southwestern California (Xxxxxxx and others 2012). Conservation analysis To evaluate Tejon Ranch’s contribution to oak woodland conservation, I quantified the conserved area of oak woodlands on the Ranch and in the surrounding region, defined by the Level IV ecological subsections (USEPA 2011) that intersect Tejon Ranch and support oak woodlands, an area totaling 3 891 000 ha. I estimated the total area of Blue Oak-Foothill Pine, Blue Oak Woodland, Coastal Oak Woodland, Montane Hardwood, Montane Hardwood-Conifer, and Valley Oak Woodland from the FVEG land cover data set (CalFire 2006) within protected area using the California Protected Areas Database (GreenInfo Network 2013) and National Conservation Easement Database (NCED 2013). I follow Xxxxx-Xxxx and others (2007) by collectively referring to all oak savanna, woodland, and forest communities as “oak woodlands.” Vegetation measurements Vegetation characteristics were measured within 105 plots, each 20 x 30 m, in woodlands dominated by blue oak (Quercus douglasii), valley oak (Q. lobata), and black oak (Q. kelloggii) (Xxxxxxxx and others 2011). In each plot all trees, including seedlings and saplings, were counted, and diameter at breast height (1.37 m above ground; DBH) of trees and saplings was measured. Stocking rates (oak densities expressed as basal area of trees per land area) were derived by estimating basal area of all trees in each plot, assuming a circular cross-section with diameters based on DBH measurements. Composition and cover of understory vegetation functional groups were measured at 1-m intervals along three 30 m point-intercept transects in each plot. Vegetation functional groups included tree, shrub, grass, and forb; non- vegetative categories were bare ground, rock, leaf litter, wood, or cow pie. Refer to Xxxxxxxx and others (2011) for detail on plot selection and vegetation measurements. Statistical comparisons of oak woodland types at Tejon Ranch were made with ANOVA or t-tests with plots as the ...
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