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Draft DRECP and EIR/EIS CHAPTER IV.28. LITERATURE CITED VOLUME IV Vol. IV of VI IV.28-1 August 2014 IV.28 LITERATURE CITED – VOLUME IV Chapter IV.1 Environmental Setting/Affected Environment None Chapter IV.2 Air Quality None Chapter IV.3 Meteorology and Climate Change ARB (California Air Resources Board). 2010. Staff Report: Initial Statement of Reasons for Proposed Regulation for a California Renewable Electricity Standard, Appendix D, Table D1-3. Chapter IV.4 Geology and Soils CBC (California Building Code). 2013 California Building Code Section 1613.3.5. Accessed May 12, 2014. http://www.oshpd.ca.gov/boards/hbsb/meetings/20120208- meeting/Draft-2013_CBC_OSHPDStructAmendments_HBSB-Mtg_2-8-2012.pdf. Data Basin. 2014a. Sand and Dune Systems, DRECP. GIS data layer. Accessed May 12, 2014. http://drecp.databasin.org/datasets/2ca6c3f51b9945dd8f2207680ccdac11. Data Basin. 2014b. North American Warm Desert Alkaline Scrub and Herb Playa and Wet Flat – Natural Community Distribution, DRECP. GIS data layer. Accessed May 12, 2014. http://drecp.databasin.org/datasets/ 4ea83a492d0d49d38118275415b41e01 USGS (United States Geological Survey). 2003. Paper 171, “Eolian sand transport pathways in the southwestern United States: importance of the Colorado River and local sources.” Accessed May 12, 2014. http://digitalcommons.unl.edu/usgsstaffpub/ 171/?utm_source=digitalcommons.unl.edu%2Fusgsstaffpub%2F171&utm_ medium=PDF&utm_campaign=PDFCoverPages. USGS. 2014a. USGS Earthquake Glossary. Accessed January 18, 2014. http://earthquake. usgs.gov/learn/glossary/?term=active%20fault. USGS. 2014b. USGS California Geologic Map Data. Accessed January 16, 2014. http:// mrdata.usgs.gov/geology/state/state.php?state=CA. Chapter IV.5 Flood Hazard, Hydrology, and Drainage None
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Draft DRECP and EIR/EISDraft DRECP and EIR/EIS CHAPTER IV.28. LITERATURE CITED – VOLUME IV
Vol. IV of VI IV.28-1 August 2014
IV.28 LITERATURE CITED – VOLUME IV
Chapter IV.1 Environmental Setting/Affected Environment
None
Chapter IV.3 Meteorology and Climate Change
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2014. http://drecp.databasin.org/datasets/
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Riverside County Planning Department. 2011d. County of Riverside General Plan. San
Jacinto Valley Area Plan. Not yet adopted. http://planning.rctlma.org/Portals/0/
genplan/general_plan_2013/3%20Area%20Plan%20Volume%202/
San%20Jacinto%20Valley%20AP.pdf. Accessed December 17, 2013.
Riverside County Planning Department. 2011e. County of Riverside General Plan. Harvest
Valley/Winchester Area Plan. Not yet adopted.http://planning.rctlma.org/Portals/
0/genplan/general_plan_2013/2%20Area%20Plan%20Volume%201/
Harvest%20Valley-%20Winchester%20AP.pdf. Accessed December 17, 2013.
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Riverside County Planning Department. 2011f. County of Riverside General Plan. Desert
Center Area Plan. Not yet adopted. http://planning.rctlma.org/Portals/0/genplan/
general_plan_2013/3%20Area%20Plan%20Volume%202/Desert%20Center%20
AP.pdf. Accessed December 30, 2013.
Riverside County Planning Department. 2011g. County of Riverside General Plan. Palo
Verde Valley Area Plan. Not yet adopted. http://planning.rctlma.org/Portals/0/
genplan/general_plan_2013/3%20Area%20Plan%20Volume%202/Palo%20
Verde%20AP.pdf. Accessed December 30, 2013.
Riverside County Planning Department. 2012a. County of Riverside General Plan. Eastern
Coachella Valley Area Plan. Not yet adopted.http://planning.rctlma.org/Portals/0/
genplan/general_plan_2013/3%20Area%20Plan%20Volume%202/Easten%20
Coachella%20Valley%20AP.pdf. Accessed December 17, 2013.
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Chapter IV.26 Other Required NEPA and CEQA Analyses
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Chapter IV.2 Air Quality
Chapter IV.4 Geology and Soils
Chapter IV.5 Flood Hazard, Hydrology, and Drainage
Chapter IV.6 Groundwater, Water Supply, and Water Quality
Chapter IV.7 Biological Resources
Chapter IV.8 Cultural Resources
Chapter IV.10 Paleontological Resources
Chapter IV.13 BLM Lands and Realty—Rights-of-way and Land Tenure
Chapter IV.14 BLM Special Designations, Classifications, Allocations, and Lands With Wilderness Characteristics
Chapter IV.15 Mineral Resources
Chapter IV.16 Livestock Grazing
Chapter IV.18 Outdoor Recreation
Chapter IV.20 Visual/Aesthetic Resources
Chapter IV.22 Public Safety and Services
Chapter IV.23 Socioeconomics and Environmental Justice
Chapter IV.24 Department of Defense Lands and Operations
Chapter IV.25 Cumulative Impacts Analysis
Chapter IV.26 Other Required NEPA and CEQA Analyses
Chapter IV.27 Comparison of Alternatives

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