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Annual summary of instream flow reservations and protection in Alaska
Christopher C. Estes
by Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services in Anchorage
Written in English
This report summarizes instream flow water rights applications and related activities of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) during the eleventh year of the statewide instream flow program. The status of instream flow applications prepared by other agencies and the private sector in Alaska is also reported. Alaskan legislation, regulations, and other activities that influence instream flow protection are identified and reviewed. Between July 1, 1997 and June 30, 1998, instream flow analyses were completed by the ADF&G for four river reaches: Karluk River, Kvichak River, Newhalen River, and Wood River. Applications to acquire instream flow water rights (reservations) will be submitted to the Alaska Department of Natural Resources (DNR) for adjudication based on these analyses. Seventy-six applications for reservations of water have been filed by the ADF&G under AS 46.15.145 of the Alaska Water Use Act since 1986. Ten have been granted by the DNR. DNR has initiated adjudication procedures for 18 of the ADF&Gs pending applications since June 1997. A date for completion has not been established; nor has a timeline been proposed by the DNR for processing the remainder of the pending ADF&G applications. Federal agencies and the private sector have filed 156 applications for reservations of water under AS 46.15.145. Four of these applications were filed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (one has been granted), one-hundred-fifty-two by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and two by the private sector. With the exception of one of the pending private applications, the adjudication process has not been initiated by the DNR for the remaining applications for reservations of water. Two legislatively mandated reservations of water have been granted by the DNR to comply with instream flow protection provisions of the 1992 water sales and export amendments to the Alaska Water Use Act (AS 46.15.035 and AS 46.15.037). The reservations were granted as part of the adjudication process for the Blue Lake water export project in Sitka. Instream flow protection was also achieved through other state and federal mechanisms, but is not reported in detail. An evaluation to identify and select options for reducing the states costs associated with managing water allocation in Alaska was completed by the DNR in 1997. Options ranged from eliminating the Alaska Water Use Act to retaining the status quo. The DNR selected to maintain the status quo for the time being, but, is in the process of internally evaluating regulatory change proposals.
|Statement||by Christopher C. Estes.|
|Series||Fishery data series -- no. 98-40.|
|Contributions||Alaska. Division of Sport Fish.|
|LC Classifications||SH11 .A7542 no. 98-40|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 56 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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ANNUAL SUMMARY OF INSTREAM FLOW RESERVATIONS AND APPLICATIONS IN ALASKA by Christopher C. Estes Division of Sport Fish, Anchorage Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services Raspberry Road, Anchorage, Alaska, December Annual summary of instream flow reservations and protection in Alaska (Fishery data series) [Estes, Christopher C] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Annual summary of instream flow reservations and protection in Alaska (Fishery data series)Author: Christopher C Estes. Get this from a library. Annual summary of instream flow reservations and protection in Alaska. [Christopher C Estes; Federal Aid in Sportfish Restoration Act Project,; Statewide Aquatic Resources Coordination Unit.; Alaska.
Division of Sport Fish. Research and Technical Services,; Alaska. Division of Sport Fish,] -- This report summarizes the activities of the statewide instream flow program. objective was to apply for instream flow reservations for the protection of sport fishery resources in a minimum of four Alaskan rivers.
Included in the Discussion Section is a summary of other instream flow related activities by the private sector and other agencies. METHODS Study Design. ANNUAL SUMMARY OF ALASKA DEPARTMENT OF FISH AND GAME INSTREAM FLOW RESERVATION APPLICATIONS1 BY Christopher C. Estes Alaska Department of Fish and Game Division of Sport Fish Anchorage, Alaska October 1 This investigation was partially financed by the Federal Aid in Sport Fish.
Get this from a library. Annual summary of statewide instream flow reservation applications. [Christopher C Estes; Alaska. Division of Sport Fish,; Federal Aid in Sportfish Restoration Act Project,] -- This report summarizes the activities of the Instream Flow Program during its second year (July 1, to J ) for rivers in Alaska.
A summary of instream flow related Alaskan legislation, regulations, and actions of other agencies and the private sector is also presented. KEY WORDS: instream flow, flow reservation, water rights, adjudication, Water Use Act, statutes, Water Use Act Regulations, Tennant.
Opinion: Proceed with caution on instream flow reservations Water has always been a public resource, held in trust by the state for all its citizens.
But for the first time, the State of Alaska is granting rights to our State’s waters to private entities. s and Reservations to Support Plan.
In accordance with applicable statutes, regulations and procedures, give support to instream flow studies and reservations that are necessary to protect and promote resource values and uses identified in this area plan for streams and other waterbodies.
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instream flows needed to produce fish, sustain water quality, provide for navigation, and/or recreation should include an evaluation of the need for an instream water reservation or other forms of instream flow protection.
Process for Determining Reservations. Requests for instream water reservations will. Paradise confounded: the status of Alaska's instream flow program.
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