by Environmental Studies Council, University of North Carolina in [Chapel Hill] .
Written in English
|Contributions||University of North Carolina (System). Environmental Studies Council.|
|LC Classifications||HD266.N8 E58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 39 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||39|
|LC Control Number||81620610|
Acknowledgments. For funding support, we thank the Center for Marine Science at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, the City of Wilmington, the Lower Cape Fear River Program, the North Carolina Coastal Federation, NOAA, North Carolina Sea Grant Project no. (R/HRRC-1), South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium (Grant no. NA10OAR), SCDNR Cited by: 1. Land use and Environmental Planning at Carolina has a long standing history and impact on the profession. Over the last five decades, various iterations of the standard textbook on comprehensive planning have been written by UNC faculty. The specialization takes a cohesive approach to land use change as a driver of environmental and urban change. A GIS Database of North Carolina Municipal Waste Land Application Sites: Current Uses and Potential for Biofuels Crop Production By Laurie Evans Nielsen Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of North Carolina State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Environmental Assessment Raleigh, North Carolina In response to a requirement to map land cover in the State, the North Carolina Center for Geographic Information and Analysis (CGIA) has organized and completed an assessment of land use and land cover classification needs with the assistance of PlanGraphics, Inc., an independent consulting firm based in Frankfort, Kentucky.
in North Carolina. Methodology The overall agricultural assessment is comprised of three separate evaluations: Government Policy Agribusiness Infrastructure Soils The base layer for this assessment consists of parcels predicted to be in agricultural use. All scores are assigned at the parcel level. SEPA-Environmental Review Document. The North Carolina (or state) Environmental Policy Act of (SEPA) requires state agencies to review and report the environmental effects of all activities that involve an action by a state agency, an expenditure of public monies or private use of public land, and the potential negative environmental effect upon natural resources, public health and safety. In addition to assessing the key processes that shape and re-shape island ecosystems and their land cover/land use changes, the book highlights measurement and assessment methods to characterize patterns and trajectories of change and models to examine the . The Master of Environmental Assessment program emphasizes bridges the gap between scientific research and the use of science in decision-making, regulation, and environmental management. By understanding and evaluating the sources, fate, and effects of pollutants in the environment we can develop a scientific basis for assessing risks and thus.
North Carolina. United States Department of Agriculture Topics. Technical Resources. Rapid Watershed Assessment Ecological Science Agronomy Biology Cultural Resources Land Use. For more information, please visit the National Land Use page. Environmental Assessment Guidelines These standardized guidelines are for use when preparing an Environmental Assessment (EA) to comply with the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) and its rules in the North Carolina Administrative Code.* The purpose of the EA is to provide a state agency with enough information to determine if a. Real-time information about today's air quality forecast in North Carolina cities and counties on ; MyAir. MyAir shows many different kinds of air data for North Carolina. MyClimate. MyClimate shows greenhouse gas emissions by sector, and other kinds of climate data, for North Carolina. Clean Air Act permitting in North Carolina. This book is a resource for understanding the legal framework and practical applications of land subdivision regulation in North Carolina. The primary audience includes subdivision ordinance administrators, city and county planners, attorneys, and other public and private professionals involved in land subdivision throughout the state.