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A. GEOLOGIC FACTORS
1. Is the site subject to geologic hazards (seismic, landslide, mudflow or tsunami)? YES/NO If yes please specify which hazards, the (ir) extent, and the relative level of risk.

*YES
- HAZARDS :
1. Earthquake

2. Landslide

3. Lahar flow

4. Ash fall

5. Tsunami

2. Will the proposed project create a geologic hazard or increase the intensity of such a hazard? YES / NO If yes, specify which hazard, how it will increase the hazard, the extent of increase, and whether of not the project can be redesigned to avoid or minimize the generated or intensified hazard. One of the hazards that increases the intensity of geologic hazard is caused by the trails paths made by s

3. Has the site been officially designated as having preservation value, either Natural (open space, unique biotic habitat, mineral resource, etc.) or Cultural (prime agricultural land, archaeologic, paleontplogic, historic, etc. )? YES / NO If yes specify the value and whether or not the project can be redesigned to avoid or minimize the loss of the value involved.

*YES

* Source of info

B. Soil Factors
4. Is the site subject to soil hazards (slump, soil creep, subsidence, expansiveness, erosion, stream siltation, etc.) YES / NO If yes please specify which hazards, the (ir) extent, and the relative level of risk.

*YES
erosion, slump, soil creep, subsidence

5. Will the project generate any soil hazard? YES / NO
If yes please specify which hazard(s), how it will increase the hazard, the extent of the increase the hazard, the extent of the increase and whether or not the project can be redesigned to avoid or minimize the generated or intensified hazard.

*YES
* Source of info

C. Biotic Community Factors
6. Is the site subject to tire hazard from flammable brush grass or trees? YES / NO

7. Will the project generate any of the above hazards? YES / NO If yes, specify the type of hazard, how it will increase the hazard, the extent of the increase and what measure can be incorporated into the project to avoid or minimize the generated or intensified hazard.

8. Are there any rare or endangered plant or animal species, historically important trees, or unique biotic habitat (marshland etc.) on site? YES / NO If yes specify which of the above

9. Will the project disturb any of the above environmental factors? YES / NO If yes specify which factor(s), the extent of disturbance and whether or not the project can be redesigned to avoid or minimize conflict with the above factors.

10. Is the sitesubject as a nesting place for migrating fowl? YES / NO If yes specify the specie of fowl and extent of nesting area.

11. Will the project involve disturbance of a nesting area for migrating fowl? YES / NO If yes, specify the area disturbed, the extent of the disturbance and any redesign of the project that will avoid or minimize the disturbance.

D. Watershed Factors
12. Is the site located in a floodplain area? YES / NO
If yes, specify the frequency and severity of flooding on the site, the area of the site subject to inundation and relative level of risk.

13. Will the project be subject to damage from flooding? YES / NO If yes, specify the extent of area of the project subject to inundation, anticipated amount of damage from the frequency and severity of flooding known to the site and what preventive measures may be taken to prevent flooding damage.

14. Is there a source of public or private water on site? YES / NO If yes, specify the location of such water supply source, its liter per minute volume flow and whether it provides the present or secondary water supply on site.

15. Does the quality of water provided to the site meet correct national water quality control standards? YES / NO If yes, specify to what extent the water supply fails to achieve attainment of such standards

16. Will the...
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