Abstract

A geological evaluation of Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) reveals that many contain erroneous, irrelevant, misleading, and grammatically poor geological statements. We stress the need for use of pertinent geological information, such as general bedrock and soil conditions, geologic hazards, mineral and water resources, and regional seismicity, as well as the need for suggestions for remedial actions.

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