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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 36200-36202



36200.  To ensure the conservation and development of ocean
resources consistent with purposes of this division, a coordinated
program of ocean resources planning and management is established.



36201.  The California Ocean Resources Management Program consists
of all of the following:
   (a) The Ocean Resources Task Force.
   (b) The California Ocean Resources Advisory Committee.
   (c) The report and plan prepared and adopted pursuant to Chapter 6
(commencing with Section 36500).



36202.  (a) The State of California is hereby authorized to
participate with the States of Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington
in a joint liaison program with the Center for Ocean Analysis and
Prediction of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
with the objective of assisting the states in taking maximum
advantage of the oceanographic data, products, and services available
from the federal government through the Center for Ocean Analysis
and Prediction.
   (b) The liaison program shall include all of the following:
   (1) Assist state and local governments to become fully aware of
oceanographic data and products available from the federal government
and especially from the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction.
   (2) Assist the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction and the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to become more fully
aware of state and local problems and the requirements of state and
local governments.
   (3) Assist in setting up lines of communications to move
oceanographic data and products from the Center for Ocean Analysis
and Prediction to the people in the states who need those data and
products.
   (c) The liaison program shall include workshops for small groups
of technical experts from state and local governments, academic
institutions, and the private sector. The workshops shall be held at
the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction in Monterey and at other
facilities in the western states as appropriate.
   (d) This section shall not become operative until at least one
other state participates in the joint liaison program.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 36200-36202

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 36200-36202



36200.  To ensure the conservation and development of ocean
resources consistent with purposes of this division, a coordinated
program of ocean resources planning and management is established.



36201.  The California Ocean Resources Management Program consists
of all of the following:
   (a) The Ocean Resources Task Force.
   (b) The California Ocean Resources Advisory Committee.
   (c) The report and plan prepared and adopted pursuant to Chapter 6
(commencing with Section 36500).



36202.  (a) The State of California is hereby authorized to
participate with the States of Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington
in a joint liaison program with the Center for Ocean Analysis and
Prediction of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
with the objective of assisting the states in taking maximum
advantage of the oceanographic data, products, and services available
from the federal government through the Center for Ocean Analysis
and Prediction.
   (b) The liaison program shall include all of the following:
   (1) Assist state and local governments to become fully aware of
oceanographic data and products available from the federal government
and especially from the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction.
   (2) Assist the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction and the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to become more fully
aware of state and local problems and the requirements of state and
local governments.
   (3) Assist in setting up lines of communications to move
oceanographic data and products from the Center for Ocean Analysis
and Prediction to the people in the states who need those data and
products.
   (c) The liaison program shall include workshops for small groups
of technical experts from state and local governments, academic
institutions, and the private sector. The workshops shall be held at
the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction in Monterey and at other
facilities in the western states as appropriate.
   (d) This section shall not become operative until at least one
other state participates in the joint liaison program.



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Statutes > California > Prc > 36200-36202

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 36200-36202



36200.  To ensure the conservation and development of ocean
resources consistent with purposes of this division, a coordinated
program of ocean resources planning and management is established.



36201.  The California Ocean Resources Management Program consists
of all of the following:
   (a) The Ocean Resources Task Force.
   (b) The California Ocean Resources Advisory Committee.
   (c) The report and plan prepared and adopted pursuant to Chapter 6
(commencing with Section 36500).



36202.  (a) The State of California is hereby authorized to
participate with the States of Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington
in a joint liaison program with the Center for Ocean Analysis and
Prediction of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration,
with the objective of assisting the states in taking maximum
advantage of the oceanographic data, products, and services available
from the federal government through the Center for Ocean Analysis
and Prediction.
   (b) The liaison program shall include all of the following:
   (1) Assist state and local governments to become fully aware of
oceanographic data and products available from the federal government
and especially from the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction.
   (2) Assist the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction and the
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to become more fully
aware of state and local problems and the requirements of state and
local governments.
   (3) Assist in setting up lines of communications to move
oceanographic data and products from the Center for Ocean Analysis
and Prediction to the people in the states who need those data and
products.
   (c) The liaison program shall include workshops for small groups
of technical experts from state and local governments, academic
institutions, and the private sector. The workshops shall be held at
the Center for Ocean Analysis and Prediction in Monterey and at other
facilities in the western states as appropriate.
   (d) This section shall not become operative until at least one
other state participates in the joint liaison program.


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