Also, the case-by-case determinations of WOTUS are now limited to waters that are in one of five categories (prairie potholes, Carolina bays and Delmarva bays, pocosins, Western vernal pools, and Texas coastal prairie wetlands), waters within the 100-year floodplain of a traditionally navigable water
, or water within 4000 feet of the high tide line or ordinary high water mark of a traditionally navigable water
received English law was in the definition of navigable waters
Waddell's Lessee that once navigability for title was determined, state ownership of lands submerged by navigable waters
was fundamental to state sovereignty, subject only to powers ceded by the states to the federal government in the Constitution:
140) Instead, it notified its field officers that they "should continue to assert jurisdiction over traditional navigable waters
9) The location part of the test requires a court to determine whether the tort occurred on navigable waters
or was caused by a vessel on navigable water
the pollutant is not released directly into navigable waters
An "effluent limitation" is "any restriction established by a State or the Administrator on quantities, rates, and concentrations of chemical, physical, biological, and other constituents which are discharged from point sources into navigable waters
, in turn, are defined simply as "waters of the United States.
Briefly, an employee's occupation must be considered "integral" to the unloading/loading or shipbuilding/ship repair processes (status) and he must be working over the navigable waters
of the U.
Importantly, Iridium is the only CSP offering LRIT coverage over all the world's navigable waters
, including Sea Area A4, which encompasses Polar waters above 70 degrees latitude.
It's an outdated term from earlier legislation that allows CWRA opponents to convince everyone from hunters to farmers that the CWRA is a gross expansion of the CWA's original authority, ballooning jurisdiction from navigable waters
to all waters of the U.
Gillis offers more than 30 years of thought and experience in this text on international and municipal navigable waters