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Table of contents: Vol. I: 1. Introduction -- 2. Summary of public participation -- 3. Responses to comments and DSEIR revisions -- Volume I appendices: Appendix A. Notice of completion and environmental document transmittal -- Appendix B. DSEIR/NOA distribution list -- Appendix C. August 22, 2011, SCVWD Watershed Stewardship Division letter to the San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board -- Appendix D. Joint aquatic resource permit application -- Appendix E. Inter-agency Working Group meeting notes. Volume II: 1. Introduction -- 2. Project description -- 3. Environmental setting and impact analysis -- 4. Other statutory considerations -- 5. Alternatives analysis -- 6. Report preparation -- 7. References -- Volume II appendices: Appendix A. 2012 stream maintenance program manual / Sunny Williams -- Appendix B. Notice of preparation and comments received -- Appendix C. 2012-2022 SMP update mitigation approach memorandum -- Appendix D. General plan policies and ordinances -- Appendix E. Air quality and greenhouse gas emissions calculations -- Appendix F. Taxonomic crosswalk between the Jepson manual first edition and second edition -- Appendix G. Special-status and locally significant plant species considered but rejected for occurrence in the project area -- Appendix H. Detailed descriptions of special-status and locally significant plant species potentially occurring in the project area -- Appendix I. Detailed descriptions of special-status wildlife species potentially occurring in the project area -- Appendix J. Pesticide regulatory information -- Appendix K. Traffic and transportation calculations -- Appendix L. Mitigation monitoring and reporting program -- Appendix M. Fish relocation guidelines.
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