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Main Title Eco-logical : an ecosystem approach to developing infrastructure projects /
Author Brown, Janice Weingart,
Publisher Office of Project Development and Environmental Review, FHWA, U.S. DOT, National Technical Information Service,
Year Published 2006
Report Number DOT-VNTSC-FHWA-06-01; FHWA-HEP-06-011
OCLC Number 233038802
Subjects Transportation--Environmental aspects. ; Transportation--Planning. ; Ecosystem management. ; Infrastructure. ; Ecosystems. ; Public works--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Infrastructure (Economics)--Environmental aspects--United States. ; Ecosystem management--United States. ; Interagency coordination--United States.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EJAM  HC79.C3E25 2006 Region 3 Library/Philadelphia, PA 11/28/2011
ENAM  TD195.T7B76 2006x Region 7 IRC Library/Kansas City,KS 11/12/2019
Collation vii, 83 pages : color illustrations ; 28 cm
Performed by: U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Research and Innovative Technology Administration, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center. "April 2006"--Report documentation page. Performing organization rept. no.: DOT-VNTSC-FHWA-06-01. Sponsoring/monitoring agency rept. no.: FHWA-HEP-06-011. Final report; Sponsored by: Office of Project Development and Environmental Review, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Dept. of Transportation Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Eco-Logical is guide to making infrastructure more sensitive to wildlife and ecosystems through greater interagency cooperative conservation. It describes ways for streamlining the processes that advance approvals for infrastructure projects, in compliance with applicable laws, while maintaining safety, environmental health, and effective public involvement. As a way to accomplish this, the guide outlines an approach for the comprehensive management of land, water, and biotic and abiotic resources that equitably promotes conservation and sustainable use. Key components of the approach include integrated planning, the exploration of a variety of mitigation options, and performance measurement.