2 edition of Study of impounded funds from tide and submerged lands found in the catalog.
Study of impounded funds from tide and submerged lands
California. Legislature. Joint Committee on Impounded Funds from Tide and Submerged Lands.
|Series||Joint Interim Committee Reports,, 1953-1955, v. 2, no. 1, Joint interim committee reports (California. Legislature) ;, 1953-1955 v. 2, no. 1.|
|LC Classifications||HJ2395 .A715|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||92|
|LC Control Number||54062666|
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Study of impounded funds from tide and submerged lands; report of the Joint Legislative Committee on Impounded Funds from Tide and Submerged Lands to the regular session of the California Legislature. Study of impounded funds from tide and submerged lands: report of the Joint Legislative Committee on Impounded Funds from Tide and Submerged Lands to the regular session of the California Legislature.
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Funds are used by the City as a means to track and control resources intended for specific purposes. The Tidelands funds are utilized to control and manage resources intended for purposes described in the Beacon Bay Bill.
At this time, the City uses a two-fund approach to track and control resources intended for Tidelands accounting purposes. CHAPTER An act relating to the tidelands and submerged lands granted "Long Beach tidelands" means those certain tide and submerged lands, whether filled or unfilled.
heretofore con-veyed to the City of Long Beach upon certain trusts and conditions by ChapterStatutes ofChapterpounded and said impounded funds will.
Commission’s Land Bank fund, for the next five years, after which they will be modified 90% to Tidelands operating fund and 10% to the State Lands Commission’s Land Bank fund; 2) $, from Balboa Yacht Basin leases for slips, apartments, garages, and electricity.
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Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Search. -submerged lands, public have right to fish, nav and do commerce in these lands. company got USACE approval and found that pier does not impact these rights -tide-flowed land lying between the mean high water and low.
VI The legal status of the wetlands, marshes and submerged lands of Maryland is an intimate part of the overall analysis of the relationship of these areas to the economy of the State.
Dur-ing the course of the Wetlands Study authorized in. by H.J.R. 2, the services of a legal consultant were engaged to put into perspective several.
Tidelands are the territory between the high and low water tide line of sea coasts, and lands lying under the sea beyond the low-water limit of the tide, considered within the territorial waters of a nation.
The United States Constitution does not specify whether ownership of these lands rests with the federal government or with individual states. Originally little commercial value was attached to tidelands, so. Inventory of the Department of Forestry Records Collection number: See series descriptions Impounded Funds from Tide and Submerged Lands, Water Resources, and Business and Commerce.
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Land-use change to agriculture often involves trade-offs (see. eg DeFries et al., ), and although the development of ponded pastures increases the agricultural productivity of land, it may do so at the expense of saline coastal l of tidal influence changes the composition of vegetation in ponded areas, with a reduction in coverage of coastal, saline.
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state of California under the supervision of the United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR). It was devised in in order to provide irrigation and municipal water to much of California's Central Valley—by regulating and storing water in reservoirs in the northern half of the state.
impounded, excavated, partly drained (ditched), and potentially tidally restricted, but also include shallow ponds which are technically considered wetlands by the Cowardin et al. () wetland classification system.
The latter sites may arguably be considered Type 1 sites for restoration, but for this study were identified as Type 2 sites. A HISTORY OF WATER LAW, WATER RIGHTS AND WATER DEVELOPMENT IN WYOMING TO Part I—The Territorial Years.
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to the extent that funds are available therefor, shall study and. face stream or a body of impounded surface water together with all tributary surface streams and bodies of impounded surface water. Flood An overflow or inundation that comes from a river or other body of water (Barrows,p.
4) and causes or threatens damage. Any relatively high streamflow over.Water (MLW), and Mean Tide Level (MTL), which is midway between MHW and MLW. Mean Sea Level (MSL) is the average of all the tide measurements for a tidal ep-och.
Local MLLW is the zero datum of the tides, or zero tidal elevation. “Minus tides” are below MLLW. Many things affect local tide height. Besides the sun and moon, there is wind.For example, the construction of a new intake structure could destroy or harm habitat value through the physical destruction or degradation of submerged lands or banks, or by stirring up sediments.
Today's proposed rule includes requirements at § (f) under which the Director could address these effects in certain circumstances.