., to the headwaters of the Yukon River.
He handed over detailed accounting books that allegedly showed the systematic use of falsified Healthy Headwaters invoices.
Lee from its name in 2017, and last year the local Boy Scout council changed its name from the Stonewall Jackson Area Council to the Virginia Headwaters Council.
The headwaters of a number of Australia’s principal rivers are located in the Great Dividing Range.
Manganese is mined in northern Transylvania near the headwaters of the Bistrița River and in the Banat.
The lake is the headwaters for the most important spawning ground for sockeye, or red, salmon in North America.
Valleys formed by river action typically have a concave upward profile, steep in the headwaters and gentle in the lower reaches.
Pike led exploration parties to the headwaters of the Mississippi, Arkansas, and Red rivers and explored new areas of the Southwest.
Near the headwaters of rivers including the Katherine, Nawarla Gabarnmang exists as a breathtaking example of human creativity, adaptation and belief.
Other rivers that have their headwaters in the highlands are the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang), the Huang He (Yellow River), the Mekong, the Salween, and the Tarim.
“Until it happens in your own backyard, you feel it’s very tangential,” said Kimiko Barrett, a wildfire researcher at Headwaters Economics, a nonprofit research group.
As Detective superintendent Michael Dowie said on the day of the raids, analysis of existing material showed “possible significant fraud against the Healthy Headwaters program”.
What we can tell you however, is that because of our policies and client engagement strategy, Rabobank is no longer involved in trade flows extracted from the Amazon Sacred Headwaters region.”
However, the largest rivers of the region, including the Swan, Blackwood, and Frankland, have their headwaters in the Wheatbelt—an extensive area cleared for agriculture—and are consequently saline.
Trump’s replacement rule would go further than simply repealing and replacing the 2015 Obama rule — it would also eliminate protections to smaller headwaters that have been implemented for decades under the 1972 Clean Water Act.
"This new wave of dam building in the headwaters of the Basin is a "hydrological experiment" of continental proportions, yet little is known scientifically of pan-Amazonian hydrological dynamics, creating the risk of provoking irreversible changes in rivers."
But two Supreme Court decisions related to clean water protection, in 2001 and in 2006, created legal confusion about whether the federal government had the authority to regulate the smaller streams and headwaters, and about other water sources such as wetlands.
The opponents on both sides of the border argue that if gold exploration and, eventually, mining are permitted in the Skagit headwaters, which flow into Puget Sound in Washington state, pollution could harm local communities and the North Cascades national park.
During 2017, some of the country’s highest political figures, including the former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce and Queensland’s Anthony Lynham, along with top federal and state bureaucrats, reassured Lamey that nothing was amiss with the Healthy Headwaters program.
412 hydroelectric dams will be built across the Amazon basin and its headwaters if current plans are fulfilled, it was announced on 25 April in Lima, potentially leading to the "end of free-flowing rivers", contributing to "ecosystem collapse", and causing huge social problems.
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