Basin definition

Basin means a groundwater basin or subbasin identified and defined in Bulletin 118 or as modified pursuant to Chapter 3 (commencing with Section 10722).
Basin means geological provinces as defined by the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Geologic Note: AAPG-CSD Geological Provinces Code Map: AAPG Bulletin, Prepared by Richard F. Meyer, Laurie G. Wallace, and Fred J. Wagner, Jr., Volume 75, Number 10 (October 1991), which is hereby incorporated by reference.
Basin means a watershed basin designated by the Secretary for use as a planning unit under subsection 1253(d) of this title.

Examples of Basin in a sentence

International Journal of River Basin Management 2(2):113-122.Bateman I., Bateman S., Brown D., Doktor P., Karas J.H.W., Maher A., and Turner R.K. (1991) Economic Appraisal of the Consequences of Climate-Induced Sea Level Rise: A case Study of East Anglia.

It sets the targets and guidelines in terms of improving access to drinking water.• River Basin Management Plan (for period 2013.

AMA1 (Anadarko) confirmed the existence of 75 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of natural gas reserves in Area 1 of the Rovuma Basin in 2010 (Crooks 2018; US-EIA 2018).

Emissions of volatile organic compounds would undergo a small increase within the South Coast Air Basin.

However, the positive dynamics of PFM reforms, supported by foreign aid in the context of sustained economic growth and poverty reduction, changed when the existence of large reserves of natural gas was confirmed in the Rovuma Basin in 2010.


More Definitions of Basin

Basin or “subbasin” means a groundwater basin or subbasin identified and defined in the department’s Bulletin No. 118.
Basin means the Roanoke River Basin.
Basin means the drainage area identified by an 8−digit hydrologic unit code, as determined by the U.S. Geological Sur- vey.