Environment

March 21, 2012 12:26 AM

PG&E seismic mapping will have significant impact on environment

The State Lands Commission environmental analysis of high-energy offshore seismic mapping planned by PG&E concludes that the work will have significant impacts on air quality, land and marine animals, greenhouse gas emissions, land use, recreation and noise.

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