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Budgetary and Statistical Data TABLE 1. Geological Survey budget for fiscal years 1979 to 1984, by activity and sources of funds (Dollars in thousands; totals may not add due to rounding)

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$769,757 $661,842 $556,054 $596,177 623,057 509,983 396,909 423,885 146,700 151,859 159, 145 172,292 48,700 50,418 51,972 55,801 19,605 24,376 21,215 21,142 78,395 77,065 85,958 95,349 89,177 88,133 91,611 112,447 77,449 77,687 81,138 90,985 11,727 10,446 10,473 21,462 2,985 3,000 2,700 2,700 1,095 1,100 1,204 2,362 7,648 6,346

6,569

16,400

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Total ------------
Direct program --------------
Reimbursable program -----

States, counties, and municipalities
Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -

Other Federal agencies ------National Mapping, Geography, and Surveys

Direct program ------------------
Reimbursable program --------------

States, counties, and municipalities ----
Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -----

Other Federal agencies
Geologic and Mineral Resource Surveys and

Mapping --------------------
Direct program -----------
Reimbursable program --

States, counties, and municipalities ---
Miscellaneous non-Federal sources

Other Federal agencies ----
Water Resources Investigations --

Direct program -----------
Reimbursable program ----------

States, counties, and municipalities -
Miscellaneous non-Federal sources

Other Federal agencies ---
Conservation of Lands and Minerals --

Direct program ---
Reimbursable program --
Miscellaneous non-Federal sources

Other Federal agencies -----
Office of Earth Sciences Applications

Direct program -------
Reimbursable program -----------

States, counties, and municipalities
Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -

Other Federal agencies ---
National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska

Direct Program -----------
Allocation transfer ----

Reimbursable program (Federal)
General Administration --------

Direct program ---

Reimbursable program (Federal) – Facilities ----

Direct program -----

Reimbursable program ------Miscellaneous services to other accounts Reimbursable program --Miscellaneous non-Federal sources

Other Federal agencies -----Barrow Area Gas Operations ---

Direct program -----------

193,652
146,963
46,689

640
11,258
34,791
184,871
108,664
76,207
43,126

1,778 31,303 106,395 105,928

467

12

455 23,734 18,935 4,799

206,517 159,190 47,327

490 14,293 32,544 199,697 115,096 84,601 48,782

3,914 31,905

212,355 163,731 48,624

480 16,844 31,300 190,096 108,637 81,459 46,938

2,679 31,842 130,468 129,868

600
210

390 20,853 14,359 6,494

217,584 164,354 53,230

988 15,030

37,212 220,390 129,441

90,949 52,113

3,600 35,236

13,192 31,761 194,016 115,458 78,558 45,138

2,088 31,332 127,001 125,739 1,262

29 1,233 23,205 18,849 4,356

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122 23,965 19,959 4,006

13 2,333 1,600

18,452 11,132 7,320

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Includes 1982 appropriation for Minerals Management Service.

TABLE 2. Geological Survey reimbursable program funds from other Federal agencies for fiscal years 1979 to 1984, by agency (Dollars in thousands)

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Total
Department of Agriculture -----------
Department of Commerce ---
National Oceanic and Atmospheric

Administration -------
Ozarks Regional Commission -
Department of Defense ------
Department of Energy ------- ---------

Bonneville Power Administration ---
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Department of the Interior ---------

Bureau of Indian Affairs ----
Bureau of Land Management
Bureau of Mines ----------
Bureau of Reclamation ----
Minerals Management Service
National Park Service -----
Office of the Secretary ------
Office of Surface Mining ----

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Department of State ----
Department of Transportation ------
Environmental Protection Agency ------
National Aeronautics and Space Administrati
National Science Foundation ------
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ---
Tennessee Valley Authority --------
Miscellaneous Federal agencies ----
Miscellaneous services to other accounts

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188 22,553

3,999 13,800

299 2,231

21,459
10,529

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20,328

5,001 10,551

275 1,800

16,167 4,299 3.446

56 3,524 2,347 1,037 244

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700 600 1,012 3,999

774 2,003

250 6,334 6,036

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As the Nation's principal conservation agency, the Department of the Interior has responsibility for most of our nationally owned public lands and natural resources. This includes fostering the wisest use of our land and water resources, protecting our fish and wildlife, preserving the environmental and cultural values of our national parks and historical places, and providing for the enjoyment of life through outdoor recreation. The Department assesses our energy and mineral resources and works to assure that their development is in the best interest of all our people. The Department also has a major responsibility for American Indian reservation communities and for people who live in Island Territories under U.S. Administration.

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