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Previous Year Exam Questions for Environmental Impact Assessment Management - EIAM of 2013 - HITECH by Narayan Sethy

  • Environmental Impact Assessment Management - EIAM
  • 2013
  • PYQ
  • ANNA UNIVERISTY - HITECH
  • Civil Engineering
  • B.Tech
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<9 \0 DEPARTMENT O F CIVIL ENGG., ANNA UNIVERSITY, CHENNAI -600 025 B . E . Degree Examinations, November/December 2013 Register No.4 Degree:B.E Branch : Civil Engineering Semester: VI (Arrears) Course Code:CE 9046 Course Name: Environmental Impact Assessment Max.Time : 3 hours Max. Marks : 100 • • • • ' Regulation: 2008 Instructions Answer all Questions in Part A Answer Question 11 and (a) OR (b) of Questions 12 to 15 in Part 8 Assume suitable data wherever necessary. Each Question in Part A carry 2 marks and that in Part 8 carry 16 marks Part A (10 x 2 = 20 marks) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 What is the practice in India for Quality Assurance of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)? How do EIA contribute to sustainable development? What is the purpose of screening in EIA? Describe the classification of developmental projects in India for the purpose of Environmental Clearance Distinguish the difference between "Prediction "and "Assessment "in EIA. What are the generic impacts of projects on flora and fauna? What is the importance of public participation in EIA? Suggest the mitigation options for noise pollution List the essential components of an Environmental Management Plan Explain two adverse impacts associated with Ports and harbor projects. Part B ( 5 x 16 = 80 mark) 11 (i) (ii) (iii) What are the different types of EIA? How are they different? Discuss the role of EIA in a Project Cycle Briefly describe the Legal requirements in India regarding EIA 12 (a) (i) (ii) 12 (b) (i) (ii) [4] [6] [6] Explain the different objective criteria for selecting EIA methods [6] List the different elements of EIA and explain the purpose of each element. [10] (OR) Compare the strengths, weakness and applicability of four methodologies commonly used in EIA [12] Explain the process of scoping in EIA [4] 1

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13 (a) (i) (ii) Explain a mathematical model to predict the impact of emissions through a stack and detail the data requirements and data source for the application of the model. [10] A Power plant with a once through cooling system proposes to draw cooling water at the rate of 400 Us from a river having a flow of 5 m /s. The temperature of river water is 27 °C and that of not water is 90 °C. It is proposed to -dispose the effluent into the same river at a distance 600m downstream of the intake point ensuring that the river water temperature will not exceed 30°C. Determine the-temperature to which the industry has to cool the water before -disposal. Assume that 5% of the water is lost during cooling process. [6] 3 (OR) 13 (b) (i) (ii) 14 (a) (i) (ii) What are the typical impacts of development projects environment? Describe the procedure of Public Consultation in India. on land [8] [8] Explain the factors based on which the significance of -environmental impacts can be assessed? [8] What are the important considerations associated with rehabilitation of Project Affected People. {8] (OR) 14 (b) (i) (ii) 15 (a) (i) (ii) 15 (b) (i) (ii) Explain the difference between "Environmental indicator" and ' Environmental Index" by citing an example for each and the method of their determination [6] Present typical structure of an EIA Report and discuss a framework for the review of EIA Reports. {10] Describe the importance of environmental monitoring at different stages of EIA. [8] Explain the different considerations in the development of Green buildings. [8] (OR) Present the Terms of Reference for the conduct of EIA of a Highways and Bridges Project [8] What are the significant environmental issues to be considered while planning to develop a New Township. [8] 2

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