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Amphibians being studied
May 29, 2013 - Jessica Collier
Adirondack Wild’s Dave Gibson is talking about the ACR’s amphibian survey in an Adirondack Almanack blog post today.
The ACR is currently working on or recently completed an amphibian survey, Gibson says.
Then he goes on to state that “After the fact biological surveys are useless for re-designing ACR to avoid or minimize significant biological impacts,” and he argues once again that without the studies in the first place, there wasn’t enough information for the APA to make a valid decision on the ACR.
It’s easy to forget that, amid all the recent movement on the ex parte accusations and accusations of political influence, that point is main crux of the argument in the Article 78 case against the ACR and APA.
Gibson goes on in his post to rehash some of Klemens’ testimony, which his group has done a number of times. I believe Klemens was the only witness Adirondack Wild put on during the hearing.
There’s already quite a discussion in the comment section. Fun fun.
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