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Reconstructing The Great Hall At Inkallacta, Vincent R. Lee Jan 1998

Reconstructing The Great Hall At Inkallacta, Vincent R. Lee

Andean Past

No abstract provided.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project At Dickey, Maine : Final Environmental Impact Statement, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division Jan 1981

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project At Dickey, Maine : Final Environmental Impact Statement, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The Final Impact Statement is supported by all appendices from all drafts as well as supplementary information provided in Supplements to those Appendices. It comprises three volumes. Volume I is the statement volume. Volume II consists of two parts. Part I contains the comment and response portion of Section 9 for the 1977 Draft EIS. Part II contains comments and responses on the 1978 Revised Draft EIS, in addition to reproductions of the original comment letters received on the Draft Fish and Wildlife Mitigation Report and responses to these comments. Volume III, Part I contains reproductions of the original comment ...


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Economic Analysis Study, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division, Acres American Incorporated Jan 1981

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Economic Analysis Study, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division, Acres American Incorporated

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The purpose of this study was to perform an economic assessment of the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. This was accomplished by simulating the New England electrical supply system with and without the project and making a comparison of the resultant production costs.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Transmission Project: Final Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix L, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers, United States Department Of Energy Jan 1981

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Transmission Project: Final Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix L, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers, United States Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This draft EIS Supplement describes the environmental impacts of updated transmission plans of the Department of Energy (DOE) for the proposed Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. Energy produced by the project is to be integrated into the New England electric system if the project is constructed.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix A: Geology And Seismology (Supplement), Walter A. Anderson, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division Jan 1980

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix A: Geology And Seismology (Supplement), Walter A. Anderson, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The plan was prepared for a close working relationship between the evaluation teams and the immediate availability of geochemical and geophysical data to the geologic mapping team. Those samples determined in the field to be anomalously high in heavy metals by cold extractable procedures were sent to North American Laboratories where metal content determinations were made through: atomic absorption and spectrophotometry after hot acid digestion techniques.


Federal Water Pollution Control Act Section "404" Evaluation For Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1980

Federal Water Pollution Control Act Section "404" Evaluation For Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The purpose of this report is to relate various aspects of the proposed Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Hydroelectric Project to appropriate considerations defined by Section 404 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix A, United States Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix A, United States Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The U.S. Departments of the Interior and Energy have conducted system planning, location, and environmental studies for the trans-mission facilities required for the Dickey-Lincoln School Hydroelectric Project. These studies of many alternate routes have resulted in iden-tification of a proposed transmission line route, and an environmental impact statement, as required by the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. This report, documenting an early phase of the overall studies, was first published by the Department of the Interior in February 1977. It is being republished as Appendix A to the DOE Environmental Impact Statement for the project.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix H: Socio-Economic Impact Study, Edward C. Jordan Co., Inc., United States Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix H: Socio-Economic Impact Study, Edward C. Jordan Co., Inc., United States Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The principal objective of this study is to identify the major types and intensity of social and economic impacts anticipated with the proposed pre-construction, construction, operation and maintenance of the Dickey-Lincoln transmission line. In order to address the types of anticipated impacts it was necessary to first develop a socio-economic profile of the affected area.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, Hydro-Power Decision, October 27, 1978, James B. Longley Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, Hydro-Power Decision, October 27, 1978, James B. Longley

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The Dickey-Lincoln School Project would consist of two earthfill structures designed to produce peaking and modest intermediate load power from the St. John River The larger of the two dams, the Dickey Dam, would be located immediately above the confluence of the Allagash and St. John Rivers. The Lincoln School Dam would also be located on the Upper St. John River, eleven miles downstream from the Dickey Dam. The Dickey Dam would have a total length of 10,600 feet and a maximum height of 335 feet. The Lincoln School Dam is considerably smaller and would be 1,600 feet ...


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix D: Transmission Reconnaissance Study, U.S. Department Of The Interior, U.S. Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix D: Transmission Reconnaissance Study, U.S. Department Of The Interior, U.S. Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report (Transmission Reconnaissance Studies) discusses alternative transmission facilities needed to connect the project with the New England grid, and describes the study area involved. It supplements the Transmission System PI anning Study prepared by the Department of Interior (DOI) (February 1977) and the Assessment of Alternative Power Transmission Corridors prepared by VTN Consolidated (VTN) of Boston Mass., for the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes project.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix G: Land Use Impact Study, Jordan Gorrill Associates, Edward C. Jordan Co., Inc., United States Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix G: Land Use Impact Study, Jordan Gorrill Associates, Edward C. Jordan Co., Inc., United States Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report is in partial fulfillment of the requirement of the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. It is a study of the existing and proposed land use impacts which would likely occur as a result of construction of the Dickey-Lincoln Transmission Line in con-junction with the Dickey-Lincoln Hydroelectric Project at Lincoln School in Northern Maine. This report is organized and follows basically a topical summary as outlined in the National Environmental Policy Act.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix F: Geotechnical Impact Study, Jordan Gorrill Associates, Edward C. Jordan Co., Inc., United States Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix F: Geotechnical Impact Study, Jordan Gorrill Associates, Edward C. Jordan Co., Inc., United States Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The U.S. Departments of the Interior and Energy have conducted system planning, location, and environmental studies for the trans-mission facilities required for the Dickey-Lincoln School Hydroelectric project. These studies of many alternate routes have resulted in iden-tification of a proposed transmission line route and an environmental impact statement, as required by the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. This report, one of several prepared under contract to the DOE by various consultants, is published as an appendix to that statement. Appendix F, Geotechnical Impact Study (two volumes, the second being a map volume), documents a study performed by E ...


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Transmission Project : Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Transmission Eis Study Team, United States. Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Transmission Project : Draft Environmental Impact Statement, Transmission Eis Study Team, United States. Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report summarizes the results of system planning, environmental, and location studies for transmission facilities associated with the proposed Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project in northern Maine. The studies recommend the construction of two 345-kV transmission circuits from a substation near the project along a route through western Maine into northern New Hampshire and Vermont. The plan will integrate the power produced by the project into the New England Power Pool Transmission System.


Land Use Impact Study. Map Volume, United States. Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Land Use Impact Study. Map Volume, United States. Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

Environmental Assessment of Alternative Routes, Land Use Study, Maps, Existing land use


Ecological Resources Impact Study. Map Volume, United States. Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Ecological Resources Impact Study. Map Volume, United States. Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

Environmental Assessment of Alternative Routes, Ecological Resources Impact Study, Maps and Legend land cover types


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix J: Coordination With Other Agencies & Public Involvement (Supplement), New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix J: Coordination With Other Agencies & Public Involvement (Supplement), New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This agency will be particularly concerned about any impact which this project might have on any existing, proposed or known units of the National Park System, or any known historic, natural or environmental education sites which are currently part of , or eligible for, the National Landmark Program. This report is a planning aid for the proposed Dickey-Lincoln Dams and Reservoirs project in Maine. A number of endangered, rare, or unique animal species are known or suspected to occur in the project area.


Visual-Recreation Resources Impact Study. Map Volume, United States. Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Visual-Recreation Resources Impact Study. Map Volume, United States. Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

Environmental Assessment of Alternative Routes, Visual/Recreational Resources Impact Studies, Maps of Recreational Resources


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix B: Alternative Power Transmission Corridors, United States Department Of Energy, United States Department Of The Interior Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix B: Alternative Power Transmission Corridors, United States Department Of Energy, United States Department Of The Interior

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report identifies alternative corridors of land within which transmission lines could be routed and details various impacts on the environment which would be associated with introduction of transmission facilities. Many alternative corridor locations were identified (see Figure 1-1). Identification of these alternative transmission corridors was a complex process, since the number of potential corridors capable of connecting the various substations was myriad; the 'least desirable' potential corridors, i.e., those where transmission facilities might have entailed severest impacts on the environment, had to be eliminated from consideration before alternative corridors could be delineated. Identified alternative corridor locations were subsequently ...


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix C: Social & Economic Assessment (Supplement 1), Pamela D. Savetsky, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix C: Social & Economic Assessment (Supplement 1), Pamela D. Savetsky, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

A review of available literature on rural communities which have been affected by construction projects of a similar scale has been completed. This review will aid in the development of a scenario of the construction labor peak and decline effects on the Dickey-Lincoln area.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix I: Visual-Recreation Resources Impact Study, United States Department Of Energy Jan 1978

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Transmission Studies Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix I: Visual-Recreation Resources Impact Study, United States Department Of Energy

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The U.S. Departments of the Interior and Energy have conducted system planning, location, and environmental studies for the transmission facilities required for the Dickey-Lincoln School Hydroelectric Project. These studies of many alternate routes have resulted in identification of a proposed transmission line route, and an environmental impact statement as required by the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969. This report, one of several covering various topical areas, is published as an appendix to that statement.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project: Transmission System Planning Study, United States Department Of The Interior Jan 1977

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project: Transmission System Planning Study, United States Department Of The Interior

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The purpose of this report is to investigate various transmission system alternatives and recommend a plan of service to integrate power from the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes (D-L) Project into the New England electric power transmission system.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement : Appendix G: Recreation Resources, Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission, Land Use Consultants, Inc., New England Division, U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1977

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement : Appendix G: Recreation Resources, Northern Maine Regional Planning Commission, Land Use Consultants, Inc., New England Division, U.S. Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report is to evaluate and describe the existing recreational use and resources of the project area and the encompassing study area and to project the future use of those resources both with and without the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. The primary impact area of the proposed project (project area) includes the St. John River watershed upstream of the proposed damsites to the confluence of Nine-mile Brook. The area is bounded by the watershed divide with the Allagash River on the east and the Canadian Border on the west.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, U.S.A. And Quebec, Canada: Design Memorandum No. 5: Water Quality, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1977

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, U.S.A. And Quebec, Canada: Design Memorandum No. 5: Water Quality, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This design memorandum presents the results of several studies undertaken to provide an understanding of present and potential future water quality conditions within and downstream from Dickey and Lincoln School Lakes in accordance with the requirements of ETL 1110-2-1402, dated 12 November 1976. Included are an examination of baseline water quality conditions and the findings of qualitative and quantitative predictive analyses performed to evaluate water quality conditions during all phases of the project's lifetime. This document will also serve as a reference for the water quality portions of the project Environmental Impact Statement.


Summary Of Labor Impacts During Construction : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, Edward C. Jordan Company, Inc. Jan 1977

Summary Of Labor Impacts During Construction : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, Edward C. Jordan Company, Inc.

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This study is to assess the effects or impacts of construction and operation of the Dickey-Lincoln hydroelectric project upon the people in the St. John Valley, Maine, and New England. Having determined the effects of the project, a second objective is to discuss mitigation of defined adverse impacts. More specifically, this study attempts to identify adverse impacts and deal with how to minimize such impacts if at all possible.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project At Dickey, Maine : Draft Environmental Impact Statement, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division Jan 1977

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project At Dickey, Maine : Draft Environmental Impact Statement, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This draft EIS address the impacts of the dams and appurtenant structures. The marketing and transmission of power from Federal projects are the statutory responsibility of the Department of the Interior. Accordingly, they are conducting transmission line studies in the preparation of a draft EIS. The draft EIS for transmission line and marketing is scheduled to be submitted to the Council on Environmental Quality in February 1978. Both drafts will be combined and submitted as a Final Environmental Impact Statement in August 1978.


Use Of Remote Sensing To Quantify Construction Material And To Define Geologic Lineations : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, Maine, H. L. Mckim, C. J. Merry Jan 1976

Use Of Remote Sensing To Quantify Construction Material And To Define Geologic Lineations : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, Maine, H. L. Mckim, C. J. Merry

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This report contains Appendixes A and B of Special Report 242, use of remote sensing to quantify construction material and to define geologic lineations.


Fact Sheet : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1976

Fact Sheet : Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The purpose of the proposed Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Hydroelectric Project is to convert the natural energy of the upper St. John River in northern Maine for use as a source of electricity to meet future needs of New England consumers.


Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, U.S.A. And Quebec, Canada: Design Memorandum No. 3: Hydropower Capacity And Project Economic, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1976

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes, Maine, U.S.A. And Quebec, Canada: Design Memorandum No. 3: Hydropower Capacity And Project Economic, New England Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

This design memorandum presents the results of current engineering and economic analyses which serve as the basis for the selection of the recommended hydro-power installation at the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes project. The report includes a summary of data pertinent to hydropower features of the project, projections of electricity needs for the New England Power Supply Areas, a description of the recom-mended power plan and facilities, pertinent data associated with power regulation studies, and the economic and engineering rationale for capacity optimization.


Scope Of Work, Environmental Impact Statement For The Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers Jan 1975

Scope Of Work, Environmental Impact Statement For The Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project, New England Division, United States Army Engineer Division, United States Army Corps Of Engineers

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

Revised draft combines data previously published in two separate impact statements prepared by the corps relating to the dams, reservoirs and power plants and by the U. S. Department of Energy for transmission facilities to link the St. John River development to the New England power grid. The latter agency is responsible for the marketing and distribution of power generated at federally-financed installations.


Social And Economic Consequences Of The Dickey-Lincoln School Hydro-Electric Power Development On The Upper St. John Valley, Maine -- : Phase 1, Preconstruction, Louis A. Ploch, Nelson L. Leray Jan 1968

Social And Economic Consequences Of The Dickey-Lincoln School Hydro-Electric Power Development On The Upper St. John Valley, Maine -- : Phase 1, Preconstruction, Louis A. Ploch, Nelson L. Leray

Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project

The intention of this report is to present a still picture of the selected area as of the summer of 1966. The emphasis is on empirical relationships. The data contained herein will provide a base for subsequent analysis. Thus little attempt is made to cast the findings of the study in a theoretical framework. Later publications will utilize relevant theory and research to analyze the social and economic changes in an area related to the building of the Dickey and Lincoln School Dams. It is presumed that this particular report and its statistical sup-plement will be of particular interest to ...