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|Title:||Procedures for Conducting Installation Compatible Use Zone (ICUZ) Studies|
|Authors:||Fittipaldi, J. J.|
Hottman, Steven D.
Marlatt, Richard M.
Bragdon, Clifford R.
|Publisher:||Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.)|
|Series/Report no.:||Technical Report (Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (U.S.));no. N-88/19|
|Abstract:||This report provides guidance to help Army installation environmental offices perform Installation Compatible Use Zone (ICUZ) studies. The purpose of the ICUZ Program is to protect the installation mission, as well as the public, by identifying noise-impacted areas so that concerned public, local government, and installation elements can work together to minimize noise-sensitive development. The program is also designed to protect Army property from possible land encroachment that may not be compatible with the installation mission. Guidance in this report is organized to correspond with the 12 steps of the ICUZ study process. The discrete activities within each step are described in detail. Further, for quick reference, information is provided to answer the questions asked most often by those who either prepare or review ICUZ studies.|
|Gov't Doc #:||USA-CERL Technical Report N-88/19|
|Rights:||Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited|
|Size:||145 pages / 8.265Mb|
|Types of Materials:||PDF/A|
|Appears in Collections:||Technical Report|
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