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Table of Contents



I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

II. INTRODUCTION


PART I: FEDERAL PROGRAMS

III. AGRICULTURAL PROGRAMS

IV. WATER DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS

V. INFRASTRUCTURE, LOCAL DEVELOPMENT, AND HOUSING PROGRAMS

VI. FEDERAL PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE RESOURCE USE, EXTRACTION, AND DEVELOPMENT


PART II: THE COASTAL SOUTH AND THE EVERGLADES

VII. FLORIDA EVERGLADES

VIII. COASTAL LOUISIANA

IX. GALVESTON BAY OF TEXAS

X. PUERTO RICAN COAST


PART III: ALASKA AND THE WEST

XI. CALIFORNIA'S CENTRAL VALLEY

XII. WESTERN RIPARIAN WETLANDS

XIII. SOUTHEASTERN ALASKA

XIV. WESTERN ALASKA


PART IV: THE EAST

XV. DELMARVA PENINSULA

XVI. NORTH CAROLINA -- THE POCOSINS AND OTHER FRESHWATER WETLANDS

XVII. NORTHEASTERN NEW JERSEY WETLANDS


PART V: THE MIDWEST AND THE PLAINS

XVIII. MICHIGAN'S COASTAL AND NORTHERN FORESTED WETLANDS

XIX. THE RAINWATER BASIN OF NEBRASKA


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For more information on the impact of Federal programs on wetlands,
contact Jon H. Goldstein by email at jon_goldstein@ios.doi.gov or
by telephone at 202-208-4077