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Training Exercises

Introduction :: Introduction to SCEA  |  Exercise 1
Module 1 :: Resource Definition  |   Exercise 1  |  Exercise 2
Module 2 :: Geographic Boundary  |   Exercise 1  |  Exercise 2
Module 3 :: Timeframes  |   Exercise 1  |   Exercise 2
Module 4 :: Land Use Timeframes  |   Exercise 1  |   Exercise 2
Module 5 :: Drawing SCEA Conclusions  |  Exercise 1  |   Exercise 2
Module 6 :: Presentation of SCEA in the Environmental Documentation  |  Exercise 1

Introduction :: Exercise 1

Please mark the questions below as True or False. Print this page with your answers and click on the link at the bottom to the answers page.

1. Consideration of secondary and cumulative effects is a requirement of the National Environmental Policy Act NEPA?

2. Under SHAs Guidelines secondary effects are synonymous with indirect effects as defined in the National Environmental Policy Act?

3. SHAs SCEA Guidelines provide a rigid technical approach to follow that is applicable to every SCEA

4. A secondary and cumulative effects analysis can include cumulative effects without having secondary effects?

5. SHA's SCEA Guidelines are only applicable to Environmental Impact Statements and Environmental Assessments?

6. Secondary and cumulative effects analysis scoping activities include identifying resources, establishing past and future time frames along with developing land use mapping?

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