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ing laws applicable to the various Federal agencies,

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except as required to carry out the provisions of this

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title; nor to affect the jurisdiction, powers, or preroga

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tives of the International Joint Commission, United

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States and Canada, the Permanent Engineering Board, and the United States Operating Entity or Entities established pursuant to the Columbia River Basin Treaty, signed at Washington, January 17, 1961, or the Inter

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national Boundary and Water Commission, United

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States and Mexico.

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“REVIEW OF PERFORMANCE

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"SEC. 308. (a) The Secretary shall conduct a continu

13 ing review of the comprehensive management plans and

14 programs of the coastal States and of the performance of

15 each coastal State.

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“(b) The Secretary shall have the authority to termi

17 nate any financial assistance extended under section 306 and

18 to withdraw any unexpended portion of such assistance if

19 (1) he determines that the coastal State is failing to adhere

20 to and is not justified in deviating from the program ap21 proved by the Secretary; and (2) the coastal State has been 22 given notice of proposed termination and withdrawal and an 23 opportunity to present evidence of adherence or justification 24 for altering its program.

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2 "SEC. 309. (a) Each recipient of a grant under this 3 title shall keep such records as the Secretary shall prescribe, 4 including records which fully disclose the amount and dis5 position of the funds received under the grant, and the total 6 cost of the project or undertaking supplied by other sources,

7 and such other records as will facilitate an effective audit.

8 “(b) The Secretary and the Comptroller General of the 9 United States, or any of their duly authorized representa10 tives, shall have access for the purpose of audit and examina11 tion to any books, documents, papers, and records of the 12 recipient of the grant that are pertinent to the determination 13 that funds granted are used in accordance with this title.

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“BOND AND LOAN GUARANTIES

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“SEC. 310. In addition to grants-in-aid, the Secretary is

16 authorized under such terms and conditions as he may pre

17 scribe, to enter into agreements with coastal States to under18 write by guaranty thereof bond issues or loans for the pur19

poses of land acquisition, or land and water development and 20 restoration projects: Provided, That the aggregate principal

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amount of guaranteed bonds and loans outstanding at any

22 time may not exceed $140,000,000.

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE

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“Sec. 311. (a) The Secretary is authorized and directed

to establish a coastal and estuarine zone management advi

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1 sory committee to advise, consult with, and make recommen

2 dations to the Secretary on matters of policy concerning

3 the coastal and estuarine zones of the coastal States of the

4 United States. Such committee shall be composed of not more 5 than fifteen persons designated by the Secretary and shall 6

perform such functions and operate in such a manner as the 7 Secretary may direct. 8

" (b) Members of said advisory committee who are not 9 regular full-time employees of the United States, while serv10 ing on the business of the committee, including traveltime,

may receive compensation at rates not exceeding the daily

rate for GS-18; and while so serving away from their homes 13

or regular places of business may be allowed travel expenses, 14

including per diem in lieu of subsistence, as authorized by 15 section 5703 of title 5, United States Code, for individuals in

the Government service employed intermittently.

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“ESTUARINE SANCTUARIES

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"SEC. 312. (a) The Secretary, in accordance with his regulations, is authorized to make available to a coastal State grants up to 50 per centum of the costs of acquisition, development, and operation of estuarine sanctuaries for the purpose of creating natural field laboratories to gather data and

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make long-term studies of the natural and human processes

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occurring within the estuaries of the coastal and estuarine zone. The number of estuarine sanctuaries provided for under

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1 this section shall not exceed fifteen, and the Federal share of

2 the cost for each such sanctuary shall not exceed $2,000,000.

3 No Federal funds received pursuant to section 306 shall be

4 used for the purpose of this section.

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“(b) When an estuarine sanctuary is established by a 6 coastal State, for the purpose envisioned in subsection (a),

7 whether or not Federal funds have been made available for

8, a part of the costs of acquisition, development, and opera9: tion, the Secretary, at the request of the coastal State con10 cerned, and after consultation with interested Federal de

11 partments and agencies and other interested parties, may 12 extend the established estuarine sanctuary seaward beyond

13 the coastal and estuarine zone, to the extent necessary to

14 effectuate the purposes for which the estuarine sanctuary was

15 established.

16 “(c) The Secretary shall issue necessary and reason17 able regulations related to any such estuarine sanctuary ex18 tension to assure that the development and operation there19 of is coordinated with the development and operation of the

20 estuarine sanctuary of which it forms an extension.

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“COMPREHENSIVE FEDERAL PLAN FOR THE CONTIGUOUS

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ZONE OF THE UNITED STATES

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“SEC. 313. (a) The Secretary shall develop, in coordi

24 nation with the Secretary of the Interior, and after appro

25 priate consultation with the Secretary of Defense, the Sec

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1 retary of Transportation, and other interested parties, Fed

2 eral and non-Federal, governmental and nongovernmental, 3 a comprehensive plan for the management of the resources 4 of the high seas outside the coastal and estuarine zone and

5 within twelve miles of the baseline from which the breadth

6 of the territorial sea is measured. The plan shall be devel

7 oped for the benefit of industry, commerce, recreation, con

8 servation, transportation, navigation, and the public interest

9 in the protection of the environment and shall include, but

10 not be limited to, provisions for the development, conserva11 tion, and utilization of fish and other living marine resources,

12 mineral resources, and fossil fuels, the development of aqua

13 culture, the promotion of recreational opportunities, and the

14 coordination of research.

15 “(b) To the extent that any part of the comprehensive 16 plan, developed pursuant to this section, shall apply to any 17 high seas area, the subjacent seabed and subsoil of which

18 lies within the seaward boundary of a coastal state, as that

19 boundary is defined in section 2 of title I of the Act of 20 May 22, 1953 (67 Stat. 29), the plan shall be coordinated

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"SEC. 314. (a) The Secretary shall prepare and submit

24 to the President for transmittal to the Congress not later

25 than January 1 of each year a report on the administration

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