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CHECKLIST FOR IEE MONITORING OF RIVER BED EXTRACTION
By: Bishal Bhari (02) ENE 4th year To: Dr. Subodh Sharma Depatment of Environmental Science and Engineering
18 April 2012
Location: River Name: District: Ward No: Date: SN 1 1.3 1.12 1.7 1.15 1.19 1.5 1.26 .10 1.25 1.17 1.24 1.23 1.20 1.18 1.2 1.6 1.8 1.11 1.13 1.4 1.9 1.21 1.16 1.22 1.14 Topical Issue Physical Environment Land forms:Has the project resulted in Unstable slpes or embankments Impacted Farmlands Change in river banks Change in stream channels Destruction of any physical features Increased soil erosion Affected shorelines Bank cutting Flooding Air/climatology:Has the project resulted in Significant air polution Increased dust particles Water: Has the project resulted in Decreased the ground level Altered the ground water quality Exposed the people or exposed the people or property to water related hazards such as flodding Impacted any wetlands River: Has the project Altered the flow of the river Widened the river Deepened the river Changed the discharge of the river Affected water quality downstream Decreased its scenic beauty Land use: Has the project Altered the land use pattern Decreased the agricultural practice Decreased farmlands Deteroiated productive land Decresed the crop yeild Road: Has the project Yes No Comment 1.1 1.
37 Excessively 2 2.14 2.32 Caused excessive vibration 1. bed) Noise and Vibration 1.29 Affected the river area(slopes.8 2.33 Affected any infrastructure or properties due to vibration Extraction Practice: Is extraction carried out 1.34 From river edge 1.10 2.9 2.6 2.27 Affected environment due to road construction 1.7 2.28 Damaged road due to vehicle movement 1.11 2.5 2.1.3 2.30 Increased noise level 1.36 As per the IEE sanctioned quantity 1.15 3 3.12 2.13 2.2 2.4 2.31 Exposed people to excessive noise 1.1 Biological Environment Plant life: Has the project Changed the diversity or prodectivity of the species or number of any species of plant Reduced any plant number significantly Increased any plant number significantly Affected rare or endangered species Created damage to any agricultural crop Introduced any new species in the area Affected the forest area Animal life: Has the project Affected any rare or endangered animal Introduced any new animals Created barriers to the migration movement of animal Created barriers to the migration movement of fish Introduced any new species of fish Decreased the fish population Harmed any particular species of fish Increased the hunting activity Socio-economic and Cultural Environment Population: Has the project Altered the location or distribution of human populatioon in the area .35 From middle of the river 1.1 2.
29 3.32 3.25 3.23 3.27 3.19 3.33 Increased emmigration rate Decresed emmigration rate Gender and Vulnerable group: Has the project Increased gender discrimination Impacted vulnerable group Properties:Has the project caused any damage to Public properties Private lands Private houses Crops Trees Infrastructure: Has the project caused damage to Any bridges Water supply system Irrigation system Foot trails Trail bridges Health post Communication System Education Conflicts: Has the project Adopted measures for conflict resolution Minimized aroused conflicts Considered affected people Adopted EMP plans for conflict resolution Law and order: Has the project Increased crime rate Increased illegal works Increased alcoholism Increased hooliganism Increased hunting and poaching Decreased security of the people Accident risk: has the project Increased traffic Degraded access road Hampered public movement Increased accidents Safety and sanitation: Has the project Adopted safety practice for labours .5 3.9 3.26 3.4 3.3.18 3.11 3.10 3.20 3.14 3.3 3.8 3.12 3.16 3.7 3.30 3.13 3.22 3.24 3.2 3.28 3.31 3.17 3.15 3.6 3.21 3.
42 Boosted local economy 3.41 Created job for the local people 3.59 Hampered any Cultural sites .47 Hampered fishermens 3.54 Rituals Archeological and historical sites: Has the project 3.57 Hampered any historical sites 3.52 Tradition 3.50 Social practice 3.53 Cultural practices 3.49 Hampered other natural resources Culture: Has the project affected 3.44 Collected expected revenue 3.3.56 Hampered any temples 3.34 Developed toilets for workers 3.37 Given jobs to local people 3.38 Extensively given job to emmigrants 3.40 Employed only men Economy: Has the project 3.48 Benefited fishermens 3.43 Provided business opportunity to local 3.55 Hampered any Archeological sites 3.45 Colleced excess revenue 3.35 Considered workers health 3.36 Considered neighbourhood health and sanitation Employment: Has the project 3.39 Employed children 3.46 Encouraged illegal extraction 3.