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Glen Canyon Dam Long-Term Experimental and Management Plan EIS


Glen Canyon Dam Long-Term Experimental and Management Plan FEIS

The full text of the LTEMP FEIS is available for downloading or online browsing in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

Compact disc copies of the FEIS were also available for public review during the 30-day public review period at the following locations:

  • J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah, 295 South 1500 East, Salt Lake City, Utah 84112.
  • Cline Library, Northern Arizona University, 1001 S. Knoles Drive, Flagstaff, Arizona 86011-6022.
  • Burton Barr Central Library, 1221 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85004.
  • Page Public Library, 479 South Lake Powell Boulevard, Page, Arizona 86040.
  • Grand County Library, Moab Branch, 257 East Center Street, Moab, Utah 84532.
  • Sunrise Library, 5400 East Harris Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89110.
  • Denver Public Library, 10 West 14th Avenue Parkway, Denver, Colorado 80204.
  • Natural Resources Library, U.S. Department of the Interior, 1849 C Street NW, Main Interior Building, Washington, DC 20240-0001.

If you wish to obtain a compact disk copy of the LTEMP FEIS, use the LTEMP FEIS Order Form.

Get Acrobat ReaderThe following documents are in PDF format, which requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Errata List

Errors were found in the LTEMP Final Environmental Impact Statement after it had been published. None of these errors affect the decision to identify Alternative D as the selected alternative. This LTEMP FEIS Errata List is provided to alleviate any potential confusion for readers of the FEIS.

Executive Summary

PDF Executive Summary (3.0 MB, 76 pages)

Volume 1 (Abstract, Chapters 1-8)

PDF Volume 1 Cover Page, Abstract, Contents, and Acronyms and Abbreviations (1.9 MB, 68 pages)
PDF Chapter 1 – Introduction (2.0 MB, 38 pages)
PDF Chapter 2 – Description of Alternatives (3.3 MB, 108 pages)
PDF Chapter 3 – Affected Environment (12.4 MB, 240 pages)
PDF Chapter 4 – Environmental Consequences (7.6 MB, 476 pages)
PDF Chapter 5 – Consultation and Coordination (162 KB, 14 pages)
PDF Chapter 6 – References (404 KB, 84 pages)
PDF Chapter 7 – List of Preparers (128 KB, 8 pages)
PDF Chapter 8 – Glossary (265 KB, 54 pages)

Volume 2 (Appendices A-N)

PDF Volume 2 Cover Page, Abstract, Contents, and Acronyms and Abbreviations (1.9 MB, 68 pages)
PDF Appendix A – Desired Future Conditions (182 KB, 22 pages)
PDF Appendix B – Performance Metrics Used to Evaluate Alternatives (262 KB, 26 pages)
PDF Appendix C – Decision Analysis (3.2 MB, 82 pages)
PDF Appendix D – Hydrology (1.8 MB, 38 pages)
PDF Appendix E – Sediment Resources (3.8 MB, 40 pages)
PDF Appendix F – Aquatic Resources (6.6 MB, 102 pages)
PDF Appendix G – Vegetation (871 KB, 52 pages)
PDF Appendix H – Cultural Resources (712 KB, 18 pages)
PDF Appendix I – Tribal Resources (278 KB, 18 pages)
PDF Appendix J – Recreation (546 KB, 28 pages)
PDF Appendix K – Hydropower Systems (17.1 MB, 282 pages)
PDF Appendix L – Socioeconomic (486 KB, 24 pages)
PDF Appendix M – Air Quality and Climate Change (244 KB, 26 pages)
PDF Appendix N – Government-to-Government and NHPA Consultation (37.4 MB, 144 pages)

Volume 3 (Appendices O-Q)

PDF Volume 3 Cover Page, Abstract, Contents, and Acronyms and Abbreviations (1.9 MB, 68 pages)
PDF Appendix O – Biological Assessment (4.8 MB, 186 pages)
PDF Appendix P – High-Flow Experiment Protocol (428 KB, 16 pages)
PDF Appendix Q – Responses to Public Comments (609 KB, 142 pages)