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1971 2019
Created Date: 2008-08-18
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: Provides an overview of the issues related to monitoring the 36 species proposed for coverage under the forthcoming Section 10 permit to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service. By integrating the requirements for MSCP compliance and effectiveness monitoring with the challenges inherent in single-species monitoring, this document seeks a balance between species-specific monitoring and other habitat, ecosystem and threats-based measures (parameters). By designing such a program, Pima County will be in a better position to anticipate and adjust management actions for the conservation of covered species and the ecosystems that support them.

Created Date: 2009-08-28
Contributors: Fonseca, Julia, Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: The purpose of this study is to provide the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service with an analysis that identifies anticipated impacts to each of the covered species and asks the question: How effectively will the County's mitigation lands include the specific habitats of covered species under the Multi-Species Conservation Plan?

Created Date: 2001-03
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: Chronicles some of the changes in the Pima County Zoning Code since 1953 and summarizes the comprehensive plan, the zoning code, and the building codes.

Created Date: 2001-02
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: An introduction to the impact of conservation alternatives on air quality which will be integrated into the land use and conservation plans. The air quality study is summarized in this memorandum.

Created Date: 2001-01
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: Correspondence received in response to the draft Preliminary Sonoran Desert Conservation Plan during the three month comment period. More than 170 letters that total over 400 pages were contributed by individuals, community groups, business interests, the ranch community, and government agencies. These comments relate to both the draft plan and to the scope of the Environmental Impact Statement.

Created Date: 2001-01
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: The Wastewater Management Department was charged with the task of developing a high volume Sonoran Desert plant nursery within buffer areas of outlying treatment facilities or other regional treatment plants. This report is the result. It also describes certain steps that will allow Pima County to not only accumulate a resource inventory, but to realize that we have a role in the grand tradition of natural history.

Created Date: 1999-09
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: Following the January 1999 regarding the future of Canoa Ranch, the County Administrator met with the developer/owners to discuss plans for acquisition of the property, The owners did not desire to sell the entire property to Pima County, and proposed development of the property as shown in this report. This memorandum provides an update and report on Canoa Ranch.

Created Date: 2000-10
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: Describes methods that are used in order to prepare reserve design alternatives in the area of biological conservation. The report also provides a brief history of reserve design theory, and demonstrates how the principles of biological reserve design have been extended to the other Elements of the Sonoran Desert conservation plan.

Created Date: 2000-10
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: A review and explanation of aspects of the first two years of the planning process, written for the general public to describe in non-technical terms both the procedural and substantive aspects of the conservation planning effort.

Created Date: 2000-10
Contributors: Pima County (Ariz.). County Administrator's Office
Description: An assessment of the problems that are presented by non-native and introduced species in maintaining native species and natural systems. Divided into two major sections, the study covers representative ecosystems in Pima County as well as representative species that have a negative impact on native species.

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