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Mineral withdrawal, Desert National Wildlife Range

Mineral withdrawal, Desert National Wildlife Range

final environmental impact statement

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Published by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Pacific Region, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, Nevada State Office, U.S. Air Force, Weapons and Tactics Center in Portland, Or, Reno, Nev, Nellis Air Force Base, Nev .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mines and mineral resources -- Environmental aspects -- Nevada,
  • Mineral resources conservation -- Nevada,
  • Wildlife conservation -- Nevada,
  • Wildlife management areas -- Nevada

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFinal environmental impact statement
    ContributionsUnited States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office, USAF Weapons and Tactics Center
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14454921M
    OCLC/WorldCa32368668

    Desert National Wildlife Range and the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge shall be managed pursuant to the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of (16 U.S.C. dd et seq.) and other applicable law. No provision of this Act, except sections 4, 11, shall apply to the management of the Desert National Wildlife. Investigated the mineral potential of the Desert National Wildlife Range by integrating Landsat ETM+ and ASTER satellite remote sensing datasets with field mapping and laboratory : Sr. Staff Professional at .

    the national mineral posture. Due to imprecise data on the location of some mining districts and mineral properties and to uncertainties of the exact borders of the proposed withdrawal, this report covers an area somewhat larger than currently occupied by the Nellis Air Force Base and Bombing Range. Located in southeastern Nevada, the Nevada Test and Training Range (NTTR) land base consists of approximately million acres of federal land that has been withdrawn from public use and reserved for military use, most recently by the Military Lands Withdrawal Act of .

      The draft legislation would carve out million acres of Desert National Wildlife Refuge to be used only “secondarily” as a nature preserve, adding as much as , acres to the Air Force. Date Range. Past year (3) Past month (0) Past week (0) Past day (0) Custom range Extensions Citation () WECC (13) NGGDPP Collection (1) Shapefile (1) Mineral development on indian lands - Cooperation and conflict.


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Mineral withdrawal, Desert National Wildlife Range: final environmental impact statement by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Book) 1 edition published Nellis Air Force Base/Nellis Air Force Range (Book. Get this from a library. Mineral withdrawal, Desert National Wildlife Range: final environmental impact statement.

[U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Region 1.; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Nevada State Office.; USAF Weapons and Tactics Center.].

Current Conditions In accordance with the Opening Up America Again plan and Nevada’s entry into Phase Two onthe U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has now reopened some facilities at the Desert National Wildlife Refuge. On DecemSenator Cortez Masto introduced S, the Desert National Wildlife Refuge and Nevada Test and Training Range Withdrawal and Management Act, that pushes back hard against the massive military Mineral withdrawal into the Desert National Wildlife Refuge.

Friends of Nevada Wilderness has been fighting for the Desert Refuge for the. tion over virtually the Desert National Wildlife Range book Desert National Wildlife Range by virtue of Public Land Order No. dated Aug The only excep-tion is an area of 3, acres subject to a primary withdrawal by the Air Force in the southeast corner of the Range.

Prior to P.L.O.the area was jointly administered with the Bureau of Land Management. Size:acres Location: The proposed Pintwater Range Wilderness is located in northern Clark County and southern Lincoln County within the Desert National Wildlife Range managed by the U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service and the Nellis Air Force Range managed by the Department of Defense. The proposal matches the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Desert-Pintwater Range Recommended.

Lands within the Desert National Wildlife Range and the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge shall be managed pursuant to the National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of (16 U.S.C.

dd et seq.) and other applicable law. No provision of this Act, except sections 4,11, shall apply to the management of. All hunting, fishing, and trapping on the lands withdrawn by this Act shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of section of ti United States Code, except that hunting, fishing, and trapping within the Desert National Wildlife Range and the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge shall be conducted in accordance with the.

AH hunting, fishing, and trapping on the lands withdrawn by this «:t shall be conducted in accordance with the provisions of section of ti United States Code, except that hunting, fishing, and trapping within the Desert National Wildlife Range and the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge shall be conducted in accordance with the.

This order extends the duration of the withdrawal created by Public Land Order No.as corrected, for an additional year period. The extension is necessary for continued protection of the Desert National Wildlife Range in Clark and Lincoln Counties, Nevada, which would otherwise expire on August 3, DATES: Effective Date: August 4.

Size:acres Location: The proposed Desert Hills – Pahranagat Wilderness is located in southern Lincoln County approximately 60 miles north of Las Vegas. It includes the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s ,acre Hole-in-the-Rock Recommended Wilderness in the northeastern portion of the Desert National Wildlife Range.

mineral leasing and the geothermal leasing laws). These withdrawn lands were reserved for use by the Secretary of the Air Force for military testing, training and other defense-related purposes.

During the period of withdrawal, the Act provides that the lands within the Desert National Wildlife Range. (Sec. ) Provides for management by the Secretary of the Interior of that portion of the Desert National Wildlife Range withdrawn under this title.

Authorizes appropriations to the Secretary of the Air Force for replacement of Refuge System lands in Nevada transferred to such Secretary under this title.

PLO No. withdrew approximatelyacres of public mineral estate from location and entry under the United States mining laws, to protect the wildlife habitat and unique values within the Desert National Wildlife Range in Clark and Lincoln Counties, Nevada.

The first such assessment of the DNWR was completed by NBMG in January ofand was published as NBMG Open-File ReportEnergy and Mineral Resource Assessment of the Desert National Wildlife Range, Eastern Section, Clark and Lincoln Counties, Nevada.

The Desert National Wildlife Refuge is a protected wildlife refuge, administered by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, located north of Las Vegas, Nevada, in northwestern Clark and southwestern Lincoln counties, with much of its land area lying within the southeastern section of the Nevada Test and Training Desert NWR, created onis the largest wildlife refuge in the.

Title: An updated mineral and energy resource assessment of the Desert National Wildlife Range, Clark and Lincoln counties, Nevada Author: John Muntean, Nick Hinz, Tim Cramer, David Davis, Greg Dering, and Chris Sladek Year: Series: Open-File Report Version: updates Open-File Report Format: pages (plus cover and title pages), color Scale.

extending the current withdrawal, the Air Force is evaluating three potential expansion alternatives. These potential expansion alternatives are pre-decisional in nature when evaluated in the context of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).

The current withdrawal will expire in Novemberunless Congress enacts legislation to extend it. The Desert National Wildlife Range is located in the northeastern Lands within the bombing and gunnery range and the 3,acre Air Force withdrawal are closed to location under the mining laws.

All other lands. in the study area are open to mining and mineral location under certain conditions. - President Franklin D. Roosevelt established the Desert Game Range for “the conservation and development of natural wildlife resources” (EO ). The million acre Game Range, under the joint administration of the U.S.

Fish and Wildlife Service and the Bureau of Land Management, included most of the lands within the current Refuge boundary, but also stretched south.

Title IV: Military Use of Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife. Refuge. Title V: Fort Greely and Fort Wainwright Training Ranges, Alaska. Title VI: McGregor Range, Fort Bliss, New Mexico. Military Lands Withdrawal Act of - Terminates, upon the enactment of this Act, all withdrawals made under the Military Lands Withdrawal Act of The Desert National Wildlife Refuge was establishedand encompasses million acres of the diverse Mojave Desert in southern Nevada.

It is the largest National Wildlife Refuge in the lower 48 states. The Refuge contains six major mountain ranges, the highest rising from 2,foot valleys to nea feet.Training Range (NTTR).

One strategic issue relates to restrictions that the USAF and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) are observing in proposed wilderness areas that are located in land co-managed by the NTTR and the Desert National Wildlife Range (DNWR), the largest national wildlife refuge outside of Alaska.