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“These streams represent some of the last remaining least-disturbed, high quality stream and riparian resources within the Headwaters Spruce Fork sub-watershed and the Coal River sub-basin and contain important wildlife resources and habitat.”
“These streams perform critical hydrologic and biological functions, support diverse and productive biological communities, contribute to prevention of further degradation of downstream waters, and play an important role within the context of the overall Headwaters Spruce Fork subwatershed and Coal River sub-basin.”
“The steep north side is in the catchment of the Aar, a sub-basin of the Rhine which runs into the North Sea.”
“The South Slough watershed is a 19,295 acre sub-basin of the Coos watershed drainage.”
“With Lake Malawi and the Shire River system being a sub-basin of the Zambezi watercourse, Malawi actively participates in the Zambezi Watercourse Commission (ZAMCOM), which was signed by the eight riparian member states of the Zambezi River Basin in July 2004 in Kasanne, Botswana.”
“The Canadian Basin is the largest sub-basin of the Arctic Ocean, and is comprised of the Chukchi and Mendeleev Abyssal Plains at depths of 2,100 and 2,900 meters.”
“More importantly, it holds the prospect of providing considerably more wealth with future discoveries in the Orphan Basin and the Laurentian sub-basin.”
“Likewise, the province is reviewing its royalty regime for the Laurentian sub-basin.”
“Like similar systems in Germany that have long been admired, it would pool the resources of all sub-basin waste producers, get appropriate government funding, and subject all the pollution of a given drainage area to intensive and comprehensive correction.”
“This compounded trouble, involving a considerable number of towns and industries with insufficient waste treatment or none at all, is made to order for a pilot application of the regional or sub-basin type of waste management authority mentioned earlier in this chapter.”
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