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PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 36500



36500.  The task force shall prepare a report regarding existing
ocean resources management activities and impacts, including a plan
to increase coordination and consolidation of these activities. The
report and plan shall be submitted to the Governor and the
Legislature by July 1, 1994. The report and plan shall include, to
the degree information is available, at least all of the following:
   (a) Inventory of state and federal laws, rules and regulations,
authorities, and programs which pertain to the resources and uses of
state and federal waters.
   (b) Analysis of state laws, rules and regulations, authorities,
and programs which pertain to the resources and uses of state and
federal waters, and which conflict with one another or with federal
laws, rules and regulations, authorities, and programs.
   (c) Identification of existing and potential resources and uses
of, and issues pertaining to, the ocean, and of potential new
industries and jobs related to development of ocean resources and
uses.
   (d) Identification of potential impacts to federal and state
waters and to coastal areas above the mean high tide line from
activities in federal and state waters, and an evaluation of state
agency ability to manage those impacts.
   (e) Identification of all existing state and federal programs
relating to federal and state waters pollution research and
monitoring, including general research on the marine ecosystem.
   (f) Evaluation of the feasibility of developing computerized
mapping of existing conditions, uses, and resources in federal and
state waters.
   (g) A long-term plan for conservation and protection of ocean
resources and uses.
   (h) A long-term plan for the management of California's interests
in federal waters, including recommendations to develop or improve
state agency programs relating to the management of EEZ resources and
uses, and the identification of issues which may affect local
government local coastal programs.
   (i) A plan for the continuation and improvement of the role of the
state as a leader in education, research, and training in marine
sciences and the management of marine resources, including
recommendations for state-supported marine research in state and
federal waters.
   (j) A plan for cooperation by the state with other states, the
federal government, other nations, and national and international
organizations in marine science activities when that cooperation is
in the interest of the State of California.
   (k) A plan for options for ensuring appropriate public
infrastructure investment to support present and future ocean
industries.
   (l) Prioritization of resource and use conflicts in federal and
state waters.
   (m) Identification of alternative dispute management and
resolution processes for resource conflicts in and between federal
and state jurisdictions, and a proposed framework for managing future
conflicts.
   (n) A plan for joint federal and state management activities and
revenue sharing in state and federal waters.
   (o) Recommendations for proposed implementing legislation, if any.


State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 36500

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 36500



36500.  The task force shall prepare a report regarding existing
ocean resources management activities and impacts, including a plan
to increase coordination and consolidation of these activities. The
report and plan shall be submitted to the Governor and the
Legislature by July 1, 1994. The report and plan shall include, to
the degree information is available, at least all of the following:
   (a) Inventory of state and federal laws, rules and regulations,
authorities, and programs which pertain to the resources and uses of
state and federal waters.
   (b) Analysis of state laws, rules and regulations, authorities,
and programs which pertain to the resources and uses of state and
federal waters, and which conflict with one another or with federal
laws, rules and regulations, authorities, and programs.
   (c) Identification of existing and potential resources and uses
of, and issues pertaining to, the ocean, and of potential new
industries and jobs related to development of ocean resources and
uses.
   (d) Identification of potential impacts to federal and state
waters and to coastal areas above the mean high tide line from
activities in federal and state waters, and an evaluation of state
agency ability to manage those impacts.
   (e) Identification of all existing state and federal programs
relating to federal and state waters pollution research and
monitoring, including general research on the marine ecosystem.
   (f) Evaluation of the feasibility of developing computerized
mapping of existing conditions, uses, and resources in federal and
state waters.
   (g) A long-term plan for conservation and protection of ocean
resources and uses.
   (h) A long-term plan for the management of California's interests
in federal waters, including recommendations to develop or improve
state agency programs relating to the management of EEZ resources and
uses, and the identification of issues which may affect local
government local coastal programs.
   (i) A plan for the continuation and improvement of the role of the
state as a leader in education, research, and training in marine
sciences and the management of marine resources, including
recommendations for state-supported marine research in state and
federal waters.
   (j) A plan for cooperation by the state with other states, the
federal government, other nations, and national and international
organizations in marine science activities when that cooperation is
in the interest of the State of California.
   (k) A plan for options for ensuring appropriate public
infrastructure investment to support present and future ocean
industries.
   (l) Prioritization of resource and use conflicts in federal and
state waters.
   (m) Identification of alternative dispute management and
resolution processes for resource conflicts in and between federal
and state jurisdictions, and a proposed framework for managing future
conflicts.
   (n) A plan for joint federal and state management activities and
revenue sharing in state and federal waters.
   (o) Recommendations for proposed implementing legislation, if any.



State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > California > Prc > 36500

PUBLIC RESOURCES CODE
SECTION 36500



36500.  The task force shall prepare a report regarding existing
ocean resources management activities and impacts, including a plan
to increase coordination and consolidation of these activities. The
report and plan shall be submitted to the Governor and the
Legislature by July 1, 1994. The report and plan shall include, to
the degree information is available, at least all of the following:
   (a) Inventory of state and federal laws, rules and regulations,
authorities, and programs which pertain to the resources and uses of
state and federal waters.
   (b) Analysis of state laws, rules and regulations, authorities,
and programs which pertain to the resources and uses of state and
federal waters, and which conflict with one another or with federal
laws, rules and regulations, authorities, and programs.
   (c) Identification of existing and potential resources and uses
of, and issues pertaining to, the ocean, and of potential new
industries and jobs related to development of ocean resources and
uses.
   (d) Identification of potential impacts to federal and state
waters and to coastal areas above the mean high tide line from
activities in federal and state waters, and an evaluation of state
agency ability to manage those impacts.
   (e) Identification of all existing state and federal programs
relating to federal and state waters pollution research and
monitoring, including general research on the marine ecosystem.
   (f) Evaluation of the feasibility of developing computerized
mapping of existing conditions, uses, and resources in federal and
state waters.
   (g) A long-term plan for conservation and protection of ocean
resources and uses.
   (h) A long-term plan for the management of California's interests
in federal waters, including recommendations to develop or improve
state agency programs relating to the management of EEZ resources and
uses, and the identification of issues which may affect local
government local coastal programs.
   (i) A plan for the continuation and improvement of the role of the
state as a leader in education, research, and training in marine
sciences and the management of marine resources, including
recommendations for state-supported marine research in state and
federal waters.
   (j) A plan for cooperation by the state with other states, the
federal government, other nations, and national and international
organizations in marine science activities when that cooperation is
in the interest of the State of California.
   (k) A plan for options for ensuring appropriate public
infrastructure investment to support present and future ocean
industries.
   (l) Prioritization of resource and use conflicts in federal and
state waters.
   (m) Identification of alternative dispute management and
resolution processes for resource conflicts in and between federal
and state jurisdictions, and a proposed framework for managing future
conflicts.
   (n) A plan for joint federal and state management activities and
revenue sharing in state and federal waters.
   (o) Recommendations for proposed implementing legislation, if any.


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