Conducting Environmental Impact Assessment in Developing Countries

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Index
Accelerated Mahaweli Development Programme [Sri Lanka] 284, 286, 288–298
accommodation, impacts and mitigation measures 146, 156, 266
acid rain 7, 206
Acres International [consultants] 330
activity–component interactions 24–27
and IEE process 47
prediction of effects 49
ad hoc models 100
ad hoc review [of EIS or EIA report] 183
additive [cumulative] environmental changes 204
aesthetic impacts 119–120, 145, 154, 160
mitigation measures 145, 154, 160
African Development Bank (AfDB), EIA report components 181
agricultural projects, screening of 34, 37
aid agencies
EIA guidelines used 5
EIA report components 181
air pollution
plume dispersion model 104
in scoping exercise 46
transboundary movements 7, 206
air quality
impacts 128–130, 143, 149, 157, 301
mitigation measures 128–130, 143, 149, 157, 302–303, 313, 314, 326
information in EIA report 178
monitoring 138
algal blooms 144
alternatives
presentation to decision makers 23
in review of EIA/EIS 189
risk comparisons for 229
in SIA 259
see also mitigation measures
AMBRIC engineering consortium 338, 341
ammonia (NH3)
emissions
control/mitigation measures 130, 143
environmental impacts 143
in water 144
analogy, prediction based on 101
analogy modelling 101, 102
analytical facilities 51
aquatic life, impacts and mitigation measures 144, 153, 158
archaelogically important structures, impacts and mitigation measures 145, 154, 160
artificial intelligence (AI) 121
see also expert systems

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