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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

Module 5 :: Exercise 1

SCEA Conclusions
Please answer the questions below as True or False. Then print this page with your answers and click on the link to the answers page.

1. Both quantitative and qualitative analysis is allowed when assessing SCEA resources?

2. To account for the entire SCEA time frame, it is recommended that models be developed in situations where data is not readily available for a particular resource?

3. Data collection should be completed prior to selecting a methodology for analyzing each SCEA resource?

4. If secondary or cumulative effects for a resource are not relevant to decisions about the proposed action, it is not necessary to perform a SCEA for that resource?

5. Regulatory programs designed to provide 100% resource protection through mitigation, automatically ensures that there will be no net loss to that resource in the future.

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