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Image text/texmacs Supplemental Documents
An example of one of the supplemental documents
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Image RealAudio document Sample plan set diagram
Example of one of the sample plan set diagrams
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Image Replacement stream crossing Phillips Maine
Image in announcement of Section 7 Consultation and PBO
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Image Troff document Jed Wright
Jed Wright, the former Project Leader at the Gulf of Maine Coastal Program, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, was instrumental in this accomplishment. His technical expertise in Stream Simulation design, wide-reaching partnerships, and never-ending enthusiasm were invaluable in seeing this effort through to completion. Jed’s conservation legacy in Maine will live on each time a stream crossing project is completed under this program.
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Image Replacement stream crossing
Image in announcement of Section 7 consultation and PBO
Located in Projects / Stream Crossing Project / Stream Connectivity Restoration Images
File text/texmacs Sample Supplemental Documents
Examples of site maps, photographs, longitudinal profile and other supplemental material that must be submitted along with the Stream Crossing Programmatic Notification Form.
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File Troff document Sample Plan Set
This set of plans is meant to portray an example of final construction drawings only, and must be accompanied by sufficient additional documentation of site conditioins to satisfy the need for the Programmatic Notification Form. That documentation would include elements such as stream profile, cross-section(s), substrate characterization, hydrology and hydaulics analysis.
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File RealAudio document Instructions for Completing Stream Crossing Programmatic Notification Form
This instruction guide is meant to help in completing the Stream Crossing Programmatic Notification Form *. The form is to be completed by an applicant to notify all relevant Federal agencies of the applicant’s intention to remove, install, replace or repair a stream crossing located within the areas of Maine that are important to the recovery of the Gulf of Maine Distinct Population Segment of Atlantic salmon, which is listed as endangered by the Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA). This form is part of a streamlined U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) permitting and ESA section 7 consultation process that is applicable only to stream crossing work that meets the criteria for natural and sustainable design embodied in the U.S. Forest Service’s document, Stream Simulation: An Ecological Approach to Providing Passage for Aquatic Organisms at Road-Stream Crossings,
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Stream Crossing Project Announcement
Federal agencies in Maine have collaborated on a programmatic Endangered Species Act section 7 consultation that will facilitate recovery of the endangered Atlantic salmon and promote healthy stream ecosystems. Poorly designed stream crossings have long been recognized as a problem for Atlantic salmon and other native aquatic organisms in Maine. While progress has certainly been made to address this issue on a variety of fronts, including outreach and education, more work remains to be done.
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Maine Stream Habitat Viewer
Maine Stream Habitat Viewer has migrated to a new website
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