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Title 43Subtitle BChapter IPart 419 → §419.4

Title 43: Public Lands: Interior

§419.4   What specific provisions govern operations of the reservoirs?

The specific provisions governing operations of the Truckee River Reservoirs and other reservoirs are contained in the TROA (incorporated by reference at §419.1). The following table shows the location of the provisions in the TROA.

Provisions governing .  .  .Are in the following sections of the TROA .  .  .
Recitals, DefinitionsRecitals 1 through 9. Definitions (1) through (106).
Satisfaction of provisions of law, general operational principles, protection of water rights, imported water, remaining water of the Truckee River, and emergenciesSections 1.A through 1.F.
AdministrationSections 2.A through 2.C.
Accounting, reporting, forecasting, and monitoringSections 3.A through 3.E.
Incorporation of certain provisions of the preliminary settlement agreementSections 4.A through 4.G.
Operation of Floriston Rate and Project WaterSections 5.A through 5.E.
Truckee River and Lake Tahoe Basin Allocation and AccountingSections 6.A through 6.E.
Credit Water Establishment, Storage, and ConversionSections 7.A through 7.H.
Priorities and Rules for Operations Following Impoundment or Accumulation of Water in ReservoirsSections 8.A through 8.V.
Beneficial Uses of Water for Instream Flows and Recreation in CaliforniaSections 9.A through 9.F.
Design of Water Wells in the Truckee River Basin in CaliforniaSections 10.A through 10.H.
SchedulingSections 11.A through 11.H.
Effectiveness of the TROASections 12.A and 12.B.
Relation of TROA to Settlement Act, Adjustments to Operations and Changes to AgreementSections 13.A through 13.E.
Miscellaneous areasSections 14.A through 14.Q.

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