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Environmental Impact Statements

Some environmental impact statements (EISs) are available in print or microfiche format in the libraries and some are available in electronic format on the Web.

Environmental Impact Statements Defined
An Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) analyzes the environmental impacts of a proposed action and its alternatives, and displays them in a report for consideration by the decision makers in deciding which alternative (if any) to implement. More...

Environmental Impact Statements on the Web
A list of announcements of EISs published in the Federal Register from 1994 to the present; includes links to the full text of EISs beginning February 27th, 2001.

Mining-related Environmental Impact Statements in the DeLaMare Library
Search our collection of over 180 environmental impact statements for mining projects from all over the world that have been donated to the Library by Pierre Mousset-Jones.

Environmental Impact Statements in the UNR Libraries
Most of the recent EISs in the libraries are listed in the online catalog. The catalog record provides a call number and location in one of the libraries:

Those designated as "Microform" will be in microfiche cabinets; the others will be on shelves in the documents areas. A few will be shelved in the general collection.

For help in identifying or locating a specific EIS or finding older, uncataloged EISs in the libraries, stop by the Reference Desk in Getchell Library or the Service Desks in DeLaMare Library or the Life and Health Sciences Library. E-mail or chat assistance is also available.