Excerpt from Dams Within Jurisdiction of the State of California
The Department, in administering Division 3 of the Water Code, is required to comply with the provisions of the California Environmental Quality Act of 1970. All formal approval actions are preceded by appropriate environmental documentation.
On July 1, 1976, there were dams and reservoirs subject to State jurisdiction. The combined storage capacity of the reser voits was nearly 26 billion cubic metres (21 million acre - feet) of water. Bulletins of the No. 17 series, Dams Within Juris diction of the State of California, tabu late various statistical data on all dams in the State, including an appendix of federal projects.
Bulletin No. 17 - 76 utilizes for the first time the International System of Units (81) and the English measurements with the prime units being the si. Also there is a cross reference alphabetical tabulation of reser voir names if the reservoir name in common use is different than the dam name.
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