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Review Questions

Introduction, Modules 1 & 2  |  Modules 3 & 4  |  Modules 5 & 6

Module 5

Question 1
True or False In cases where resource data is deficient, it is recommended to develop models to address these data gaps.

Question 2
True or False Qualitative analysis is recommended for the assessment of resources only when all attempts at quantitative analysis are exhausted.

Question 3
True or False The SCEA Geographical Boundary established during the scoping process cant be adjusted during the analysis phase of the SCEA .

Question 4
True or False Predicting impacts to resources based on current trends should consider the effects of regulatory programs.

Question 5
True or False Current SHA Guidelines recommend overlay, trends, interviews and matrices as the four main analysis methodologies.

Question 6
True or False SCEA conclusions should be reached in consultation with project team members along with agency comments.

Module 6

Question 1
True or False Under current SHA Guidelines, documentation of a SCEA is separated into the primary sections of Scoping, Analysis, Mitigation and Conclusions.

Question 2
True or False SHA requires that a standalone SCEA Technical Report be prepared similar to socioeconomic, natural environmental, noise quality and air quality technical reports.

Question 3
True of False Documentation of resource impacts should be developed for each individual resource and alternative.

Question 4
True or False Organization of the SCEA documentation requires that secondary and cumulative resource impacts be discussed separately.

Question 5
True or False The "judicious" use of tables and graphics in the SCEA narrative is encouraged.


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