Environmental Assessment--FY 1979 Winter Navigation Demonstration on the St. Lawrence River--Technical Reports: Volume II; TR-J. Amphibians and Reptiles Studies along the Demonstration Corridor.

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New York (State). Dept. of Environmental Conservation, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry
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2010-01-15T03:07:28Z
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Technical Report
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St. Lawrence River , Environmental Assessment , Ice navigation. Environmental aspects--Saint Lawrence River , Saint Lawrence Seaway , Ice on rivers, lakes, etc.--Saint Lawrence River , Geis Collection
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Any impacts that results in disturbance at the wetland/water interface would probably impact herptiles. This would be especially true is such modification involved marsh edges and soft mud bottoms used for reproduction and dormancy. Other impacts which modify the extent and mixture of herptile habitats would also affect herptile population levels. While such impacts may be slight if the effects of the opposed Demonstration are limited to the Demonstration Corridor, serious impacts could occur if the influence extends downstream to Brandy Brook or Upstream to Chippewa Bay.
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Environmental Assessment--Amphibians and Reptiles Studies along the Demonstration Corridor.
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Geis, James W., 1942-1985. James W. Geis Collection. 1972-1985. Technical Reports: Volume II; TR K.
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SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Institute of Environmental Programs Affairs
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