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Publication Details - Measuring Mitigation: A Review of the Science for Compensatory Mitigation Performance Standards

Measuring Mitigation: A Review of the Science for Compensatory Mitigation Performance Standards

 

Environmental Law Institute

 

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Abstract

Attention to the federal compensatory mitigation program has been growing over the years and became heightened after the release of a National Academy of Sciences 2001 report evaluating the success of compensatory mitigation to achieve no net loss of function of the nation’s wetland resources. The report concluded that “the goal of no net loss of wetlands is not being met for wetland functions by the mitigation program, despite progress in the last 20 years,” and was accompanied by findings and recommended measures to improve compensatory mitigation. One such measure recommended that clearly specified performance standards be adopted to enhance mitigation effectiveness.

 

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Release Date: April 2004
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File Size: 977 KB
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