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|Product:||European Equestrian Equine Elegant Exotic Horse Box Stall Stable Panels||Material:||Hot Dipped Galvanized Steel|
|Model Number:||Horse Stable Galvanized 011||Stable Type:||European Type|
|Advantage:||A Full Range Of Design And Style Options.||Plywood:||With Or Without Plywood|
European Equestrian Equine Elegant Exotic Horse Box Stall Stable Panels
Once equestrian facilities have been established, there would initially be adverse, minor-to-moderate, long-term localized impacts to erosion, compaction and biological waste inputs to the soils. Adherence to construction BMPs would ensure that these issues were minimized to tolerable levels. Because the construction is located on previously disturbed soils and given the degree of construction activity necessary to erect the structures and install infrastructure and equipment, adverse impacts to soils would range from negligible to moderate, short to long-term, but also localized. However, adherence of the mitigation outlined in section would likely reduce adverse construction impacts to minor, localized and short-term levels.
Some localized, negligible to minor, temporary to permanent, adverse and positive impacts to park soils and geologic resources would be expected under Alternative D at the existing sites, and some long-term minor to moderate adverse impacts would occur at the new sites. No impairment of park resources or values is anticipated under this alternative.
the impacts previously described
(1) are not inconsistent with the park’s purpose and values,
(2) do not prevent the attainment of desired future conditions for natural and cultural resources,
(3) do not create an unsafe environment,
(4) do not diminish opportunities for future enjoyment of the park,
(5) do not unreasonably interfere with park programs or activities,
Agency reports, the scientific literature and professional judgment were used to qualitatively assess impacts. Agency reports used to assess the impacts to water quality were prepared by, and on behalf of the NPS, for projects occurring in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Impacts described in this section are based on the No Action alternative, and three action alternatives under consideration. For the purposes of analyzing impacts to water quality, the following thresholds for evaluating the intensity of an impact were established in order to describe the relative changes in water quality: overall, localized, short and long term.
|1.Fully hot dip galvanized finish or powder coated surface.|
|2.A full range of design and style options.|
|3.Swing window & swivel feeder are optional as accessories.|
|4.Wood, wire mesh, round pipe are optional as infill material.|
|5.Auto- lock and sliding systems give you a good experience|
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