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Peer Review - Ensuring Credibility of Information
To improve the quality and objectivity of the scientific information we use to make decisions, the Fish and Wildlife Service have implement a structured â€œpeer reviewâ€� process for influential scientific information and highly influential scientific assessments, per OMB's bulletin on peer review. These is an additional policy covering peer review of Endangered Species Act activities. See the Service's National Peer Review website for additional information.
Part of the peer review process is to provide information on the Web about how each peer review is to be conducted, as described in this checklist.
Title of Document for Peer Review
|5/6/2013||Peer Review of Proposed Rule to List Coral Pink Sand Dunes Tiger Beetle as Threatened and Designate Critical Habitat. View the beetle web page.|
|4/30/2013||Peer Review of the NCDE Grizzly Bear Conservation Strategy. View the grizzly web page.|
|3/14/2013||Peer Review of the Scientific Findings in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Eagle Fatality Model and its Application to Wind Energy Development Projects. View the comment reponses.|
|2/1/2013||Proposed Listing of the North American Wolverine on Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife. View the Wolverine webpage.
*Peer Review open until May 4, 2013
|1/11/2013||Proposed Rule to list the Gunnison sage-grouse (Centrocercus minimus) as Endangered and Proposed Designation of Critical Habitat|
|9/10/2012||Final Rule Removal of the Gray Wolf in Wyoming from the Endangered and Threatened Wildlife Status and Removal of the Experimental Population Status|
|8/10/2012||Final Rule Designation of Critical Habitat for Ipomopsis polyantha (Pagosa skyrocket), Penstemon debilis (Parachute beardtongue), and Phacelia submutica (DeBeque phacelia)|
|10/1/2011||Proposed Removal of the Gray Wolf in Wyoming from the Federal List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife|
|8/1/2011||Proposed Rule to Designate Critical Habitat for Ipomopsis polyantha (Pagosa skyrocket), Penstemon debilis (Parachute beardtongue) and Phacelia submutica (DeBeque phacelia)|
|5/1/211||Proposed Rule Revising the Special Rule for the Utah Prairie Dog.|