Covered Waters

There is little doubt how it came to be called the Holy Waters. Here is naked truth:
The Au Sable was very nearly a washout as a trout river. It had been raped of
lumber, overharvested, overfished, rode hard, put away wet, and left to die.

Author: Joseph Heywood

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 1493018256

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 240

View: 966

An outrageous fishing memoir that spans the globe.

Shipping in Arctic Waters

The IMO Guidelines: Applicable to crews and navigators in Polar waters Part C of
the IMO Guidelines focuses on Operational Procedures, Crewing and Emergency
Equipment. All ships operating in Arctic ice-covered waters are to carry an ...

Author: Willy Ostreng

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 364216790X

Category: Medical

Page: 414

View: 756

The most comprehensive and richest study undertaken so far of the factors and conditions that will determine the scope and range of shipping and shipping activities in Arctic waters now and in the future. Furthermore, it is the first study comparing the three Arctic transportation corridors, covering a variety of interacting and interdependent factors such as: - geopolitics, military affairs, global warming, sea ice melting, international economic trends, resources, competing modes of transportation, environmental challenges, logistics, ocean law and regulations, corporate governance, jurisdictional matters and rights of indigenous peoples, arctic cruise tourism and marine insurance.


Identifying Waters Protected by the Clean Water Act CWA

While the 1972 Act was clearly not limited to interstate waters, it was equally
clearly intended to include interstate waters. ... to interstate waters to be subject to
the CWA, the statute does not define the extent of tributaries that are covered.

Author: Barry Leonard

Publisher: DIANE Publishing

ISBN: 1437986056

Category:

Page: 39

View: 637

Over the past decade, interpretations of Supreme Court (SC) rulings removed some critical waters from Fed. protection, and caused confusion about which waters and wetlands are protected under the CWA. As a result, important waters now lack clear protection under the law. This draft guidance clarifies how the EPA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) will identify waters protected by the CWA and implement the SC¿s decisions concerning the extent of waters covered by the Act. It clarifies how the EPA and the ACE understand existing requirements of the CWA and provides guidance to agency field staff in making determinations about whether waters are protected by the CWA. This is a print on demand report.


A Bridge over Troubled Waters

Various interpretive issues continue to surround the practical implementation of
Article 234.55 What exactly does ice- covered waters for “most of the year” mean
? Is Article 234 applicable to an ice- covered strait used for international ...

Author: Helene Ruiz Fabri

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 900443495X

Category: Law

Page: 484

View: 813

A Bridge Over Troubled Waters: Dispute Resolution in the Law of International Watercourses and the Law of the Sea offers novel comparative analysis from leading experts on the resolution of disputes concerning international watercourses and the oceans.

Impacts of the Proposed Waters of the United States Rule on State and Local Governments and Stakeholders

Field Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Fisheries, Water, and Wildlife of the
Committee on Environment and Public ... physical , and biological integrity of
other covered waters , ” the proposed rule only requires a " water " to "
significantly ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Environment and Public Works. Subcommittee on Fisheries, Water, and Wildlife

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Abuse of administrative power

Page: 160

View: 318


Guidelines for Ships Operating in Polar Waters

1.1.7 Operations in polar waters should take due account of factors such as : ship
class , environmental conditions ... ships operating in polar ice - covered waters
should carry at least one Ice Navigator qualified in accordance with chapter 14.

Author: International Maritime Organization

Publisher: IMO Publishing

ISBN: 9789280115222

Category: Ice strengthened vessels

Page: 40

View: 984

Ships operating in the Arctic and Antarctic environments are exposed to a number of unique risks. Poor weather conditions and the relative lack of good charts, communication systems and other navigational aids pose challenges for mariners. The remoteness of the areas makes rescue or clean-up operations difficult and costly. Cold temperatures may reduce the effectiveness of numerous components of the ship, ranging from deck machinery and emergency equipment to sea suctions. When ice is present, it can impose additional loads on the hull, propulsion system and appendages. The Guidelines for ships operating in polar waters aim at mitigating the additional risk imposed on shipping in the harsh environmental and climatic conditions that exist in polar waters. This publication should be of interest to maritime administrations, ship manufacturers, shipping companies, cruise and tour operators, education institutes and others concerned with the safe operation of ships in polar waters.

Geological Survey Water supply Paper

QUALITY OF SURFACE WATERS OF THE UNITED STATES , 1970 PART 7
INTRODUCTION The water - quality investigations ... The shaded area in figure 1
represents the section of the country covered in this volume for the water year
1970 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Irrigation

Page:

View: 849


A Canoe Cruise in Palestine and Egypt and the waters of Damascus

The sketch shows a plan of this, which stands in four feet water, and has walls of
rubble masonry four feet thick, and much caten away by the waves. These walls
appear to have encircled a pool, in which there Covered Passage in Sea-wall. is
 ...

Author: James Macgregor

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 3954274434

Category: Transportation

Page: 508

View: 342

This book brings back the adventures of a wonderful canoe cruise on the waters in the Near and Middle East. The voyage starts in Alexandria with the Suez Canal, continues up the River Nile, then switches to the Jordan and River Mushra and goes back to Port Said. The tour took place in 1868/1869.

The Law of Waters and Water Rights

As decided in Roberts v. Fullerton* the concurrent jurisdiction which the states
have over a boundary river is of a special nature— one not incident to nor
implying concurrent dominion over the territory covered by water between the two
states, ...

Author: Henry Philip Farnham

Publisher: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.

ISBN: 1584776897

Category: Law

Page: 3150

View: 417

Originally published: Rochester: The Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Company, 1904. clxxx, 896; xvi, 897-1893; xiv, 1894-2956 pp. Reprint of the sole edition. Important treatise on water rights that examines rights based on relationships from the international to the community level as they affect water rights. This book has three parts: Part One: The Rights of States and Nations examines international rights and constitutional and statutory rights. Part Two: Rights Between Public and Individual, includes the public use of waterways, municipal water supply, drainage and rights of navigation. Part Three: Rights Between Individuals discusses the rights of riparian owners in watercourses, such as the right to dam a stream.

International Law Reports

Kitto J said ( at 207 ) : “ A case may of course be imagined in which a court
should hold that waters which the Executive or even the ... The schedule to these
Acts , as I have already intimated , covered waters at least 400 miles from the
coast .

Author: E. Lauterpacht

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 9780521496483

Category: Law

Page: 712

View: 138

International Law Reports is the only publication in the world wholly devoted to the regular and systematic reporting in English of courts and arbitrators, as well as judgements of national courts.

Unknown Waters

Almost thirty-eight years ago the crew of the nuclear attack submarine USS
Queen- fish (SSN-651) completed the first hydrographic survey ever undertaken
in international waters of the entire continental pack-ice-covered shelf off the
Soviet ...

Author: Alfred S. McLaren

Publisher: University of Alabama Press

ISBN: 0817316027

Category: History

Page: 243

View: 766

The story of the brave officers and men of the nuclear attack submarine USS Queenfish, who made the first survey of an extremely important and remote region of the Arctic Ocean, covering 3100 miles over a period of some 20 days at a laborious average speed of 6.5 knots or less. The unpredictability of deep-draft sea ice, shallow water, and possible Soviet discovery, all played a dramatic part in this fascinating 1970 voyage. Inspired by this polar experience, Captain McLaren later became one of the world's foremost Arctic scientists.--From publisher description.

Arctic Tipping Points

The mighty mountain ranges, glaciers and ords of west Spitsbergen rise over the
horizon as one arrives from the ice-covered waters of the Fram Strait. Wide vistas
let the eye search for details after the vastness and monotony of ice-covered ...

Author: Paul Wassmann

Publisher: Fundacion BBVA

ISBN: 8492937084

Category:

Page: 184

View: 839


Water in the Middle East and in North Africa

3.1 Water Utilization in SemiArid Zone, The Hula Valley (Israel): Pollutant
Removal, Agriculture and Ecotourism Management Moshe Gophen1 (1) ... The
swampy area was completely watercovered in winter and partly covered in
summer.

Author: Fathi Zereini

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3662108666

Category: Science

Page: 369

View: 315

This volume presents the latest research related to the current water situation, as well as its significance for the peaceful coexistence of the neighbouring countries. The book focuses on crucial topics: water resources, water protection, water management and water as a source of conflict. Topics such as sewage disposal and soil protection, as well as the transfer of environmental technology are also discussed.

Ecological status classification of marine waters

The EU Water Framework Directive (WFD) introduces a classification approach to
water quality assessment. ... The impact of the planned directive on the
monitoring requirements in the case study areas covered by EQUAL is therefore
 ...

Author:

Publisher: Nordic Council of Ministers

ISBN: 9289314133

Category: Marine ecology

Page: 150

View: 982


Ice Drift Ocean Circulation and Climate Change

It connects the very cold, ice covered Arctic waters with the warmer, ice-free North
Atlantic waters. At the present, the NGS is clearly divided into two parts: the
eastern, ice-free half with northward flowing waters of North Atlantic origin, and
the ...

Author: Jens Bischof

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781852336486

Category: Nature

Page: 215

View: 930

The issue of global warming and climate change is of continuous concern. Since the 1970s, it bas been shown that the pack-ice around the Arctic Ocean is thinning, the margin of permafrost is moving north and the vegetation in the high northern parts of the world is changing (the 'greening' of the Arctic). But are these changes the result of human activity or simply regular variations of the Earth's climate system? Over thousands of years, a continuous archive of iceberg and sea ice drift bas formed in the deep-sea sediments, revealing the place of the ice's origin and allowing a reconstruction of the surface currents and the climate of the past. However, the drift of floating ice from one place to another is not just a passive record of past ocean circulation. It actively influences and changes the surface ocean circulation, thus having a profound effect on climate change. Ice Drift, Ocean Circulation and Climate Change is the first book to focus on the interactions between ice, the ocean and the atmosphere and to describe how these three components of the climate system influence each other. It makes clear the positive contribution of paleoclimatology and paleoceanography and should be read by anyone concerned with global warming and climate change.

A Natural History of Quiet Waters

32 low and sometimes temporary or intermittent waters . ... published in 1979): "
Wetlands are lands transitional between terrestrial and aquatic systems where
the water table is usually at or near the surface or the land is covered by shallow
 ...

Author: Curtis J. Badger

Publisher: University of Virginia Press

ISBN: 9780813926186

Category: History

Page: 143

View: 214

Although swamps are recognized as one of the most prolific natural systems on Earth, they have long held a mysterious place in America's history and culture. This work takes us on a personalized trip to the swamp, providing a look at the nature of these special places, and arguing that these natural systems should be protected, not destroyed.


Oil Spill Response A Global Perspective

Conslusions Regarding the OMA process in ice-covered waters, the experiments
showed that as soon as the oil is poured on ice, oil tends to migrate onto the ice
matrix when slush ice is present and between ice rubble, forming oil droplets at ...

Author: Walter F. Davidson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1402085656

Category: Science

Page: 365

View: 584

International experts in the field of oil spill response, including reprsentatives from 26 NATO countries, participated in a workshop in Canada to discuss their experience in the development and application of current and emerging technologies for oil spill response in the marine environment. These presentations which form the basis of chapters in this book provide a practical viewpoint of methods used to deal with oil spills under the variety of environmental conditions found in the marine environment. In particular, focus is given to the evaluation of oil spill countermeasures for use under arctic conditions in light of anticipated regional increases in marine traffic (e.g. Northwest Passage) and industrial activities (e.g. offshore oil and gas exploration) in the future. This book provides a timely international perspective on applied research and development, technology transfer, and “lessons learned” from field trials and actual case studies associated with recent spill events. Topics include Preparedness/Contingency Planning, (Eco-terrorism); Oil Spill Fate and Transport (Environmental Persistence, Remote Sensing, modelling, Biodegradation), Biological Effects (Environmental Effects Monitoring and Environmental Risk Assessment); and Operational Response (Containment/Recovery Treating Agents, Shoreline Cleanup, In-situ Burning, Emerging Response Strategies). This book provides a synopsis as to the methods currently employed to deals with spills and an insight on future technologies under development.