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TABLE OF CONTENTS


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Title page i
Table of Contents ii

1. INTRODUCTION.................................................1.00

1988 Program.................................................1.01
Discussion Group Assignments...............................1.04
Seminar Announcement.....................................1.05
Florida Bar Course Approval...............................1.06
1988 Participants and Guests...............................1.07
Participants and Guests All Years........................1.08
Summary of Vail Programs in Past Years.....................1.10
1987 Discussion Group Reports..............................1.13


2. THE LAW AND THE PROCESS.................................... 2.00

The Evolution of Florida's Administrative
System of Water Management -
By L. M. Buddy Blain and Hallie S. Evans..................2.01
Florida Water Management Districts (a map).................2.23
The Powers and Responsibilities of Florida's
Water Management Districts..............................2.24
Sunset/Sundown Review of Water Management Districts.........2.44
Memorandum of Law (Consequences of Repeal)..................2.48
Senate Natural Resources Committee Questionnaire
(Response by SFWMD).............. ........ .........2.57
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3. SURFACE WATER IMPROVEMENT AND MANAGEMENT (SWIM)..............3.00

Surface Water Improvement and Management (SWIM) -
By John Wehle......................... ..............3.01
Surface Water Improvement and Management Goal..............3.02
Priorities Established in the SWIM Bill (a map)............3.06
What is SWIM?..............................................3.07
Identification of Priority Water Bodies
Within The SFWMD ............ ...............................3.11
DER's Authority Under Ch. 87-97...........................3.30


4. WETLANDS: HOPES, SUCCESSES, FAILURES.........................4.00

The Implications of Hydrology and Landscape
Ecology on the Maintenance of Freshwater
Wetland Ecosystems in Florida -
By Kevin L. Erwin..................................... 4.01
The Myth of Mitigation......................................4.11










News Clip Is Florida Really Savings Swamps................4.14
Florida's Diverse Freshwater Wetlands Systems -
Diversity of Wetlands in Florida: A Concern for Regulation
By Richard Callahan, Jr............................ .......4.15
Environmental Review for Surface Water Management (SFWMD)...4.29
Comparison Between WMD & DER Wetland Jurisdiction..........4.33


5. ENDANGERED SPECIES..........................................5.00

Water Resource Development vs. Fish and Wildlife............5.01
Endangered and Threatened Species in Florida -
By Steve Godley .............................. ............ 5.04


6. PLANNING...........................o....................... .6.00

SFWMD's Role in Review of Local Government
Comprehensive Plans........................... ........... 6.01
Major Provisions of Local Government
Comprehensive Planning.....................................6.04
A Quick Chronological Glance At the New Process.............6.06
Memorandum (Repeal of Land Use Compatibility Rule)..........6.08


7. DECISION-MAKING................................................7.00

Guest Column by John R. Wodraska...........................7.01
Government In The Sunshine.............................. 7.04
Causes and Control of Sedimentation In the Parapeti River
Basin, Bolivia, South America -
By A. F. Robertson and Raul Colon........................7.08


8. THE ORDINARY HIGH WATER LINE................................ 8.00

"Save our Rivers" or "Save our Property": The
Costs and Consequences of Coastal................. ........8.01
Illustration: Waterfront Boundary Changes..................8.05
Ownership Boundaries Between Non Tidal Sovereignty
Submerged Lands And Uplands or Swamp And Overflowed
Lands By L. M. Buddy Blain.............................8.06
Ordinary High Water Line By Alan Cummings................ 8.30
The Doctrine of Reliction When Artificially Caused.........8.33
Board of Trustees I.I.T.F. v. Sand Key Associates, Ltd.....8.41
The Current Status of the "Takings" Issue -
By Theodore C. Taub........... ... ...........*.. ....** 8.44


9. NEWS CLIPS........ ......... ...... ..................** .......9.00

Florida Department Doubts Federal Count of Standards
Violations (U.S. Water News-Sept. 1987)....................9.01


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Glacier Ice Water, F.O.B. Anchorage (U.S. Water
News-Aug. 1987)................................. .........9.02
Lust Report-Chicken Little? By Paul Putzier (The
Florida Specifier-Nov. 1987)................... .....9.03
Wells For Testing Difficult To Find, By Kevin E.
Washington (St. Pete Times-Oct. 29, 1987)...............9.04
Water Store Enters NY Market (U.S. Water News-Aug.1987).....9.05
New EPA Drinking Water Regs Set (Florida
Environments-1987)......................................9.06
Paying The Price for Safer Water.......................... .07
PCBs Declining in Great Lakes...................... ....9.08
Much Ado About Lead (U.S. Water News-March 1987)............9.09
Phoenix Taking Close Look at Dual-Pipe Delivery System -
(U.S. Water News-January, 1987) ..........................9.10
Exporting Bald Eagles (Tampa Tribune-Dec. 27, 1986).........9.11
Grand Canal Is Serious Business (U.S. Water News-
July 1987)........................................... ......9.12
Crisis Is Over Exaggerated (U.S. Water News-Jan. 1987)......9.13
Setting Water Quality Goals That Are Responsible --
and Realistic....................... ....................9.14
The Giant Iceberg (St. Petersburg Times)....................9.15
Weather Oddity May Make Winter Wetter (Tampa Tribune-
Nov. 17, 1987)....................... ...................9.16
Staff Documents First Ever Net Rise In Water Levels (The
Cross Section-April 1987)....................... .........9.17
Turkey Hints Of Taking On Role Of Being Mideast Water
Supplier (U.S. Water News-August 1987)...................9.18
Trees, Ants On Credit List For Acid Rain (U.S. Water
News-Sept. 1987)......................................9.19
Town Guzzling 680 Gallons of Water Per Person Daily
(Associated Press-1987)....................................9.20
Seas To Rise, Endangering Coastal Cities (St. Petersburg
Times-December 16, 1987)................................9.21
Higher Price Seen As Best Tool To Reduce Use (U.S.
Water News-August, 1987)..................................9.22
Growth In County Towns (Financial Times-
September 22, 1987)....................................9.23
Save the Beasts Cartoon by Don Addis (St. Petersburg
Times-December 1, 1987) ...................................9.24
Sea Shepherd Ship Steams Out (Tampa Tribune-July 4, 1987)...9.25
Earth Is Threatened By Termite Flatulence.................9.25
What Role Should Cleanup Costs Play In Setting Ground
Water Standards (Ground Water Monitor)........ o ........9.26


10. APPENDIX.......................................... ........10.00

Transmountain Water Diversions in Colorado..................10.01





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