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Congruous changes in activity levels combined with congruous substantive shifts in discretionary decision-making, however, suggest integrated administrative policies indicative of the gestalt effect.
Some final evidence indicating the gestalt effect are a couple examples of the gestalt language occasionally used by NMFS decision-makers outside of the official record.
The analysis for the gestalt effect already provided examples of three such instances: the finding of jeopardy or adverse modification in the BiOp#1, the finding of no jeopardy or adverse modification in the BiOp#2, and the finding of substantial potential environmental impact warranting a SEIS for a FMPs amendment in 1997.