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BLM’s revised mitigation guidance. Addressing any potential issues, along with providing consistency with  Neodymium Magnets Mitigation Manual is expected to provide greater predictability (internally and externally), reduce conflicts, and may reduce permitting/authorizations times. Success will be measured in  Neodymium Magnets meeting legal obligations under the designating Act or Proclamation for each unit and the allowance of compatible multiple uses, consistent with applicable provisions in the designating Act or Proclamation. iii. Other Reviews of  Neodymium Magnets Manual Provisions Secretarial Order 3349 also revoked a prior order regarding mitigation and directed bureaus to examine all existing policies and other documents related to mitigation and climate change. (See Secretarial Order 3330 “Improving Mitigation Policies and Practices of the Department of the Neodymium Magnets  .”) Actions Interior is taking to implement this direction include: Neodymium Magnets Manual 6400 – Wild and Scenic Rivers, Policy and Program Direction for Identification, Evaluation, Planning, and Management (07/13/2012) Manual 6400 provides guidance for managing eligible and suitable wild and scenic rivers and designated wild and scenic rivers in order to fulfill requirements found in the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (WSRA). Subject to valid existing rights, the Manual states that minerals in any Federal lands that constitute the bed or bank or are situated within 1/4 mile of the bank of any river listed under section 5(a) are withdrawn from all forms of appropriation under the mining laws, for the time periods specified in section 7(b) of the WSRA. The Manual allows new leases, licenses, and permits under mineral leasing laws be made, but requires that consideration be given to applying conditions necessary to protect the values of the river corridor. For wild river segments, the Manual requires that new contracts for the disposal of saleable mineral material, or the extension or renewal of existing contracts, should be avoided to the greatest extent possible to protect river values. Manual 6400 will be reviewed following the proposed revisions to  Neodymium Magnets Mitigation Manual Section and Handbook to ensure that it conforms to powerful disc magnets 0527 Neodymium disc magnet 0527 N52 disc magnet https://www.magnet4sale.com/n52-disc-neodymium-magnets-w-4-countersink-3-8-x-1-8-powerful-rare-earth-disc-magnets/powerful disc magnet https://www.magnet4sale.com/n52-disc-neodymium-magnets-w-4-countersink-3-8-x-1-8-powerful-rare-earth-disc-magnets/powerful rare earth disc magnets tiny disc magnets Small disc magnets https://www.magnet4sale.com/n42-neodymium-disc-magnet-3mmx1-5mm-rare-earth-disc-magnets/small neodymium disc large neodymium disc magnet Powerful neodymium disc magnet huge disc magnet 3/8 disc magnets 1/8 disc magnet small coutersunk Disc magnets countersunk neodymium disc magnets coutersunk disc disc magnet 1/2 disc magnet https://www.magnet4sale.com/n45-countersunk-disc-neodymium-magnets-dia-1-2-x-1-8-w-6-powerful-rare-earth-magnets/#6 countersunk neodymium magnets N45 disc magnet magnets for sale neodymium magnets for sale strong neodymium magnets strong rare earth magnets Neodymium Magnets revised mitigation guidance. Although the requirements for minerals and mineral withdrawals are legally mandated under the mining and mineral leasing laws in sections 9(a) and 15(2) of the WSRA, Manual 6400 will be reviewed for opportunities to clarify discretionary decision-space. Ensuring

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