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BMP ID: 4505
Title: Agencies must work together and be fully informed
Text: III. Recommended Guidelines for New Oil and Gas Leasing in the Sparse and Scattered Population Areas (SSPA): "6. It is important that agencies work together and that all affected parties be kept fully informed regarding lek status and locations (while respecting confidentiality concerns of private parties), and regarding when and where lease deferments due to occupied habitat will be implemented. Agencies should strive to keep all land owners and users informed regarding LPC conservation needs and measures generally, and work with industry to help encourage and carry out practices for minimizing development impacts in occupied or other sensitive habitat areas. See also Conservation Strategy 2.2 below."
Source Publication Name: Collaborative Conservation Strategies for the Lesser Prairie-Chicken and Sand Dune Lizard in New Mexico: Findings and Recommendations of the New Mexico LPC/SDL Working Group
Citation Section: Conservation Strategy 2.1: Recommended guidelines for new mineral leasing
Citation Page: 83
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Usage Type: Recommended
Timing: • Production / Operation / Maintenance
Oil / Gas Field:  
Surface Ownership: • Federal
• State
• Private
Mineral Ownership: • Federal
• State
• Private
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Categories: Land Surface Disturbance
Location: New Mexico
• Other Animal Species
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Date Entered: 2009-04-14 10:02 UTC
Last Updated: 2009-07-13 11:06 UTC