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Title 15Subtitle BChapter IXSubchapter EPart 990


TITLE 15—Commerce and Foreign Trade

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO COMMERCE AND FOREIGN TRADE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER IX—NATIONAL OCEANIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE

SUBCHAPTER E—OIL POLLUTION ACT REGULATIONS

PART 990—NATURAL RESOURCE DAMAGE ASSESSMENTS

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Subpart A—INTRODUCTION

§990.10
Purpose.
§990.11
Scope.
§990.12
Overview.
§990.13
Rebuttable presumption.
§990.14
Coordination.
§990.15
Considerations to facilitate restoration.
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Subpart B—AUTHORITIES

§990.20
Relationship to the CERCLA natural resource damage assessment regulations.
§990.21
Relationship to the NCP.
§990.22
Prohibition on double recovery.
§990.23
Compliance with NEPA and the CEQ regulations.
§990.24
Compliance with other applicable laws and regulations.
§990.25
Settlement.
§990.26
Emergency restoration.
§990.27
Use of assessment procedures.
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Subpart C—DEFINITIONS

§990.30
Definitions.
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Subpart D—PREASSESSMENT PHASE

§990.40
Purpose.
§990.41
Determination of jurisdiction.
§990.42
Determination to conduct restoration planning.
§990.43
Data collection.
§990.44
Notice of Intent to Conduct Restoration Planning.
§990.45
Administrative record.
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Subpart E—RESTORATION PLANNING PHASE

§990.50
Purpose.
§990.51
Injury assessment—injury determination.
§990.52
Injury assessment—quantification.
§990.53
Restoration selection—developing restoration alternatives.
§990.54
Restoration selection—evaluation of alternatives.
§990.55
Restoration selection—developing restoration plans.
§990.56
Restoration selection—use of a Regional Restoration Plan or existing restoration project.
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Subpart F—RESTORATION IMPLEMENTATION PHASE

§990.60
Purpose.
§990.61
Administrative record.
§990.62
Presenting a demand.
§990.63
Discounting and compounding.
§990.64
Unsatisfied demands.
§990.65
Opening an account for recovered damages.
§990.66
Additional considerations.


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