This solution provides the definition of jeopardy and modification as used by the Endangered Species Act and discusses how they are applied during a Section 7 consultation. Section 7 is specific to federal agencies and these terms can determine what action a federal agency can take if their project will jeopardize an endagered species likelihood of survival and recovery as well as it's physical or biological features.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 5:31 am ad1c9bdddf
This solution is designed to provide definitions of jeopardy and modification in reference to Section 7 Consultation of the Endangered Species Act.
Jeopardy as defined by the Endangered Species Act is defined as an action that reasonably would be expected, directly or indirectly, to ...
Jeopardy and adverse modification are two levels of criteria used during the Section 7 Consultation of the Endangered Species Act that are used to determine if alternatives will be required for a proposed federal undertaking impacting endangered species. A Federal agency an look for reasonable and prudent alternatives if they receive a jeopardy or adverse modification finding from any of the Services.