Tidal Marshland Elevations in San Francisco Bay, California: Historic Accounts and Surveying Results (abstract)
The task of determining public agency jurisdiction in present and/or former tidal marshlands of San Francisco Bay is of importance in land use decisions and wetlands conservation. Jurisdiction...

The EEZ: Potential and Problems for Ocean Management
The emergence of the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) represents the culmination of efforts to devise a transitional zone between the territorial sea, in which the coastal state has sovereignty...

Canada's Policy for National Marine Parks
The paper reviews some of the unique characteristics of marine ecosystems that demand management considerations distinct from those applied to terrestrial ones. The second part presents...

Joint Review Panels — A Cooperative Approach
The Joint Review Panel (JRP) developed out of a need to address the interests of various agencies on a local, state and federal level which have permit jurisdiction over offshore oil and...

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' Regulatory Program in Alaskan Coastal Areas
The Alaska District Regulatory Program has jurisdiction for the entire State of Alaska. There are more than 54,716 kilometers (34,000 miles) of coastline and numerous inland waterways...

Territorial Sea Management by the State of Oregon
The institutional capability of the State of Oregon to manage the territorial sea under its jurisdiction recently was examined by the authors. Oil and gas development, marine mineral mining,...

HYPOS—Hourly System Hydropower Scheduling
HYPOS (Hydro Power Scheduling) is a modification of the program HYPO as presented at Waterpower 81. HYPOS is an interactive system which allows schedulers to assign hourly power generation...

Analysis of Virginia's Local Wetlands Boards
The Commonwealth of Virginia's system of managing its wetlands resources through local Wetlands Boards comprised of citizen volunteers is reviewed. The differences among boards...

Regulating the Coast: Jurisdictional Boundaries of the California Coastal Commission

Upstream Limits of Section 404 Federal Jurisdiction

 

 

 

 

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