2 edition of Contributions toward the improvement of the culture of salmonoids and crawfish in smaller water-courses found in the catalog.
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Another commenter expressed concern about the economic impacts associated with a loss of irrigation water in Adams County, Idaho. Aquaculture: means the commercial production, storage, processing, marketing, distribution, or export of any seafood including but not limited to catfish, trout, crustaceans, and mollusks.
As noted in Exhibits D-2 through D-4, more than 21 formal section 7 consultations, 38 informal consultations, and 12 technical assistance efforts are forecast annually related to forest management activities. The snags were then raised between the hulls with windlasses and sawed into chunks. The borrower is only billed for the amount that is actually borrowed plus any interest due. The rationale for this determination is that the species was listed under the Act because of threats to habitat, and section 7 consultations are already required to address any habitat- related impacts associated with Federal actions.
The Corps' role further evolved during the Progressive era after the turn of the century, when the influence of engineers and scientists in government achieved new heights. 89 The minority Whigs in the state legislature were dissatisfied with the commissioner system.
Hunting and fishing enthusiasts, environmentalists, and oil and gas proponents defended their particular interests. Subsequent overflows or breaks in the ridges dumped more water into the basin. A less common form of thermal water pollution involves the release of cold water from reservoirs into warmer receiving water bodies.
They also supported those who opposed cutoffs and outlets, not because these measures might not alleviate flooding, but because they were "too costly and too dangerous. Anything of value: means any thing of value. 151 The Corps of Engineers' Lake Fairfax.
Fuel grade ethanol: means the ASTM standard in effect on the effective date of this Chapter as the D-4806 specification for denatured motor fuel grade ethanol for blending with gasoline.
The captain did not seem to share Amos Stoddard's concern, expressed as early as 1812, that the Atchafalaya might actually capture the Mississippi should the raft be removed. Board of trustees: shall mean the board provided for in R. Forest Service, forecast incremental forest management conservation costs are those costs associated with section 7 consultations that would not occur but for the designation of bull trout critical habitat in unoccupied areas.
Alternatively, in unoccupied critical habitat, we would not conduct a jeopardy analysis. Damages: Money paid by defendants to successful plaintiffs in civil cases to compensate the plaintiffs for their injuries. From its junction with Old River, a six-mile stretch of water connecting it to the Red and Mississippi rivers, the Atchafalaya runs southeast to Atchafalaya Bay, an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico.
If alterations are identified, the Service should describe how those alterations have been considered in the economic analysis of the impacts of designation. Similarly, commenters do not provide any justification for assuming that 1 percent or 10 percent of these values are at risk due to critical habitat. FWS-R1-ES-2009-0085] [MO 92210-0-0009] RIN 1018-AW88 Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants; Revised Designation of Critical Habitat for Bull Trout in the Coterminous United States AGENCY: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior.
Consequently, guidelines, preferably with global validity, would be needed to monitor and assess the status of freshwater bodies and accordingly consider also non-utilitarian goals.
Law enforcement officer: means : a The law enforcement officers of the office of state police and the probation and parole officers of the division of probation and parole of the Department of Public Safety and Corrections.