Finding of No Significant Impact
Experimental Releases from Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona
2008 through 2012
The Department of the Interior, acting through the Bureau of Reclamation (Reclamation), is proposing a series of experimental releases of water from Glen Canyon Dam to help native fish, particularly the endangered humpback chub, and conserve fine sediment in the Colorado River corridor in Grand Canyon National Park.
For more information contact: Dennis Kubly, Upper Colorado Regional Office Environmental Resources Division, 125 South State Street, Room 6107, Salt Lake City, Utah 84138, (801) 524-3715, email@example.com.
Final Environmental Assessment and Finding of No Significant Impact
Experimental Releases from Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona 2008 through 2012
|Final Environmental Assessment - Experimental Releases from Glen Canyon Dam, Arizona 2008 through 2012||
|Appendix A - Science Plan for Potential 2008 Experimental High flow at Glen Canyon Dam||
|Appendix B - Biological Assessment on the Operation of Glen Canyon Dam and Proposed Experimental Flows for the Colorado River Below Glen Canyon Dam During the Years 2008 through 2012||
|Appendix C - Final Biological Opinion for the Operation of Glen Canyon Dam||
|Appendix D - CRSP Power Customers by State||
|Appendix E - Synthesis of Comments and Responses||
|Finding of No Significant Impact||
|Public Comments received on Environmental Assessment||
|News Release - "Reclamation Releases Final EA and FONSI Authorizing High-Flow and Steady Flow Experiments on the Colorado River"|