Upper No Name Spring reservoir reconstruction environmental assessment

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Title: Upper No Name Spring reservoir reconstruction environmental assessment
Author: United States. Bureau of Land Management. Burns District
Abstract: The proposed action is to place a headbox in the spring that fills UNNSR (approximately 0.2-acre) so water can be piped to a new 1,200-gallon trough. The trough would be installed 500 feet northwest of the reservoir. Overflow water from the trough would be by an underground pipe back to the original riparian meadow system. The earthen fill of the reservoir would be left in place, so a pond with shoreline vegetation can develop. Approximately 3,900 feet of fence would be constructed around the reservoir and riparian meadow areas above and below UNNSR, excluding livestock from approximately 9 acres. Livestock grazing would occur annually in No Name Pasture with the same number (alternating between 967 and 1,446 AUMs), kind, and authorized season of use after modifications have been completed.
Description: 38 pp. Table, references, map. The allotment borders on the Bilk Creek Mountains, Nevada, to the south, Pueblo Valley to the west, Tule Rim to the north, and Burns District BLM boundary to the east. Captured January 24, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7284
Date: 2007-10


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