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Massachusetts: Barnstable County, County Commissioners (w); Falmouth, Town of (w); Massachusetts Department of Public Works (9, n)—Division of Highways (w), Division of Research and Materials (w); Massachusetts State Water Resources Commission-Division of Water Pollution Control (w), Division of Water Resources (w); Metropolitan District Commission, Water Division (w); University of Massachusetts (e)

Michigan: Ann Arbor, City of (w); Battle Creek, City of (w); Branch County (WI; Clare, City of (w); Coldwater, City of, Board of Public Utilities (w); Dickinson County, Board of Road Commissioners (w); Elsie, Village of (w); Flint, City of, Water Supply and Pollution Control, Department of Public Works and Utilities (w); Genesee County Drain Commission, Division of Water and Waste Services (w); Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority (w); Imlay, City of (w); Kalamazoo, City of, Department of Public Utilities (w); Lansing, City of, Board of Water and Light, Water and Stream Division (w); Macomb County (WI; Mason, City of (w); Michigan Department of—Agriculture, Soil and Water Conservation Division (w), Natural Resources—Geological Survey Division (e, w), Office of Budget and Federal Aid (w), Transportation (w); Oakland County, Drain Commission (w); Otsego County, Road Commission (w); Portage, City of (w); St. Johns, City of (w); Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (w); University of Michigan (e); Van Buren County, Board of Commissioners (w); Ypsilanti, City of (w)

Minnesota: Bassett Creek Flood Control Commissioner (w); Coon Creek Watershed District (w); Egan, City of (w); Elm Creek Conservation Commission (w); Iron Range Resources Rehabilitation Board (w); Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities Area (w); Middle River-Snake River Watershed District (w); Minnesota Department of—Energy, Planning and Development (w), Health (w), Natural Resources (w), Transportation (w); Minnesota Geological Survey (w); Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (w); Minnesota State Planning Agency (e); Minnesota Waste Management Board (w); Red Lake Watershed District (w); St. Louis Park, City of (w); University of Minnesota (w); Wesmin Resource, Conservation and Development Association (w)

Mississippi: Harrison County—Board of Supervisors (w), Development Commission (w); Jackson, City of (w); Jackson County-Board of Supervisors (w), Port Authority (w); Mississippi Department of-Highways (w), Natural Resources-Bureau of Geology (w), Bureau of Land and Water Resources (w), Bureau of Pollution Control (w); Mississippi Research and Development Center (n, w); Natchez, City of (w); Pat Harrison Watenrvay District (w); Pearl River Valley Water Supply District (w)

Missouri:
Little River Drainage District (w); Missouri Department of—Conservation (w),
Natural Resources-Division of Environmental Quality, Lab Services Program (w),
Division of Geology and Land Survey in, w), Missouri Highway and Transportation
Commission (w), Springfield, City of (w), St. Louis County, Department of
Highways and Transportation (w)

Montana:
Montana Bureau of Mines and Geology (w); Montana Department of—Fish,
Wildlife, and Parks (w), Health and Environmental Sciences (w), Highways (w),
Natural Resources and Conservation (w), State Lands (w); Montana State Univer-
sity (w); State of Montana (w); Wyoming State Engineer (w)

Nebraska:
Central Platte Natural Resources District (w); Kansas-Nebraska Big Blue River
Compact Administration (w); Lincoln, City of (w); Little Blue Natural Resources
District (w); Lower Republican Natural Resources District (w); Nebraska Depart-
ment of—Environmental Control (w), Water Resources (w); Nebraska Natural
Resources Commission (w); Twin Platte Natural Resources District (w); University
of Nebraska, Conservation and Survey Division (w); Upper Loup Natural Resources
District (w)

Nevada:

Carson City, Department of Public Works (w); Clark County, Department of Comprehensive Planning (w); Douglas County, Department of Planning (w); Las Vegas Valley Water District (w); Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology (9, n, w); Nevada Department of—Conservation and Natural Resources—Division of Environmental Protection (w), Division of Water Resources (w), Human Resources (w), Transportation (w); Nevada Division of Forestry (w); Washoe County, Department of Planning (w)

New Hampshire
New Hampshire Water Resources Board (w)

New Jersey:

Bergen, County of (w); Bridgewater, Township of, Environmental Commission (w); Camden County, Board of Chosen Freeholders (w); Cranford, Township of (w); Delaware River Basin Commission (w); Morris County, Municipal Utilities Authority (w); New Jersey Department of—Agriculture, State Soil Conservation Committee (w), Environmental Protection—Bureau of Fisheries (w), Division of Fish, Game, and Wildlife (w), Division of Water Resources (w); North Jersey District Water Supply Commission (w); Passaic Valley Water Commission (w); Somerset County, Board of Chosen Freeholders (w); West Windsor Township, Environmental Commission (w)

New Mexico:

Albuquerque, City of (w); Albuquerque Metropolitan Arroyo Flood Control Authority (w); Costilla Creek Compact Commission (w); New Mexico Bureau of Economic Development (w); New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources (w); New Mexico Environmental Improvement Division (w); New Mexico Department of Highways (w); Office of State Engineer (w); Pecos River Commission (w); Pueblo of Zuni (w); Rio Grande Compact Commission (w); Santa Fe Metropolitan Water Board (w)

New York:

Albany, City of, Department of Water and Water Supply (w); Auburn, City of (w); Brookhaven, Town of (w); Chautauqua, County of, Department of Planning and Development (w); Cornell University-Department of Natural Resources (w), Department of Utilities (w); Cortland, County of, Planning Department (w); Erie County, Division of Environmental Control, Department of Environment and Planning (w); Hudson River-Black River Regulating District (w); lrondequoit Bay Pure Waters District (w); Long Island Regional Planning Board (w); Monroe, County of, Water Authority (w); Nassau, County of, Department of Public Works (w); New York City—Department of Environmental Protection, Air Resources-Water Resources-Energy (w); New York State Department of—Education (w), Health, Division of Environmental Health (w), Environmental Conservation-Bureau of Monitoring and Assessment, Resource Monitoring Section (w), Bureau of Water Research (w), Division of Air (w), Division of Water (w), Hydrologic Services Section, PCB Project Unit (w), Water Research Bureau (w), Transportation, Bridge and Construction Bureau in, w); New York State Geological Survey (e); New York State Power Authority (w); Nyack, Village of, Board of Water Commissioners (w); Onondaga, County of—Department of Drainage (w), Environmental Management Council (w), Water Authority (w); Oswegatchie River-Cranberry Reservoir Commission (w); Oswego, County of, Planning Board (w); Rochester, City of, Department of Public Works (w); Rockland, County of, Drainage Agency (w); Seneca Nation of Indians (w); Suffolk, County of—Department of Health Services (w), Water Authority (w); Susquehanna River Basin Commission (w); Ulster, County of, County Legislators (w); University of the State of New York, Regents Research Inc. (e, w); University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences (w); Westchester, County of—Department of Health (w), Department of Public Works (w)

North Carolina: Cary, City of (w); Charlotte, City of (w); Durham, City of, Department of Water Resources (w); Greensboro, City of (w); North Carolina State Department of-Natural Resources and Community Development in, w), Transportation, Division of Highways (w); North Carolina Agricultural Research Service (w); Raleigh, City of (w); Rocky Mount, City of (w)

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Oregon:

Benton County Emergency Services (w); Burnt River Irrigation District (w); Con-
federated Tribes of—Umatilla Indian Reservation (w), Warm Springs Indian Reser-
vation (w); Coos Bay-North Bend Water Board (w); Douglas, County of, Depart-
ment of Public Works (w); Eugene, City of, Water and Electric Board (w); Lane
Council of Governments (w); Lane, County of, Office of the Chief Administrator
(w); McMinnville, City of, Water and Light Department (w); Oregon Department
of—Environmental Quality (w), Fish and Wildlife (w), Geology and Minerals (w),
Water Resources (w); Oregon State Highway Division (w); Oregon State University
(w); Portland, City of, Department of Finance and Administration (w); Salem, City
of (w); Wasco County People's Utility District (w)

Pennsylvania:

Altoona City Authority (w); Bethlehem, City of (w); Chester, County of, Water
Resources Authority (w); Delaware River Basin Commission (w); Harrisburg, City
of, Department of Public Works (w); Letort Regional Authority (w); Millcreek,
Township of (w); New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (w);
Oley Township (w); Philadelphia, City of, Water Department (w); Pennsylvania
Department of—Environmental Resources-Office of Resources Management (w),
Surface Mine Reclamation Bureau (w), Topographic and Geologic Survey Bureau
In, w), Water Quality Management Bureau (w); Susquehanna River Basin Commis-
sion (w); Washington County Planning Commission (w)

Puerto Rico:

Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (w); Puerto Rico Department
of—Agriculture (w), Health (w), Natural Resources (9, w), Transportation and
Public Works (w); Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (w); Puerto Rico En-
vironmental Quality Board (w); Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (w);
Puerto Rico Land Authority (w); Puerto Rico Mineral Resources Development Cor-
poration (9); Puerto Rico Planning Board (w); Puerto Rico Sugar Corporation
(wI-(See also Virgin Islands)

Rhode Island:

Providence, City of, Department of Public Works (w); Rhode Island State Depart-
ment of Environmental Management-Division of Water Resources (w); State
Water Resources Board (w); University of Rhode Island (9); University of Rhode
Island Center for Ocean Management Studies (e)

South Carolina:

Charleston Commission of Public Works (w); Georgetown, County of, Water and
Sewer District (w); Grand Strand Water and Sewer Authority (w); Hilton Head
Island, Public Service District No. 1 (w); Myrtle Beach, City of (w); North Myrtle
Beach, City of (w); South Carolina State-Appalachian Council of Governments
(w), Department of Highways and Public Transportation (w), Geological Survey
(w), Health and Environmental Control (w), Public Service Authority (w), Water
Resources Commission (w); Spartanburg Water Works, Commissioners of Public
Works (w)

South Dakota:

Black Hills Conservancy Subdistrict (w); East Dakota Conservancy Subdistrict (w);
Lower James Conservancy Subdistrict (w); Sioux Falls, City of (e, w); South
Dakota Department of—Transportation (n, w), Water and Natural
Resources-Geological Survey Division (w), Water Rights Division (w), South
Dakota School of Mines and Technology (w), Watertown, City of (w)

Tennessee:

Franklin, City of (w); Lawrenceburg, City of (w); Lincoln County, Board of Public
Utilities (w); Memphis, City of—Light, Gas, and Water Division (w), Public Works
Division (w), Water Division (w); Metropolitan Government of Nashville and David-
son County, Department of Public Works (w); Shelby, County of (w); Tennessee
Board of Public Utilities (w); Tennessee Department of—Conservation
(e)—GeoIogy Division (e, n, w), Water Resources Division (w), Public Health,
Water Quality Control Division (w), Transportation, Bureau of Highways (w)

Texas:

Abilene, City of (w); Alice, City of (w); Arlington, City of (w); Athens Municipal
Water Authority (w); Austin, City of (w); Bexar-Medina-Atascosa Counties, Water
Improvement District No. 1 (w); Bistone Municipal Water Supply District (w);
Brady, City of (w); Brazos River Authority (w); Cleburne, City of (w); Clyde, City
of (w); Coastal Bend Council of Governments (w); Coastal Industrial Water
Authority (w); Colorado River Municipal Water District (w); Corpus Christi, City of
(w); Dallas, City of, Public Works Department (w); Dallas, County of, Public
Works Department (w); Edwards Underground Water District (w); El Paso, City of,
Public Service Board (w); Franklin, County of, Water District (w); Gainesville, City
of (w); Galveston, County of (w); Garland, City of (w); Graham, City of (w);
Greenbelt Municipal and Industrial Water Authority (w); Guadalupe-Blanco River
Authority (w); Harris, County of, Flood Control District (w); Harris-Galveston
Coastal Subsidence District (w); Houston, City of (w); Lavaca-Navidad River

Authority (w); Lower Colorado River Authority (w); Lower Neches Valley Authority
(w); Lubbock, City of (w); Mackenzie Municipal Water Authority (w);
Nacogdoches, City of (w); North Central Texas Municipal Water Authority (w);
Northeast Texas Municipal Water District (w); Nueces River Authority (w); Orange,
County of (w); Palo Pinto, County of, Municipal Water District No. 1 (w); Pecos
River Commission (w); Red Bluff Water Power Control District (w); Reeves, Coun-
ty of, Water Improvement District No. 1 (w); Sabine River Authority of Texas (w);
Sabine River Compact Administration (w); San Angelo, City of (w); San Antonio,
City of—Engineering Department (w), Public Service Board (w), Water Board (w);
San Antonio River Authority (w); San Jacinto River Authority (w); Tarrant, County
of, Water Control and Improvement District No. 1 (w); Texas A 8 M (e); Texas
Department of Water Resources (w); Titus, County of, Fresh Water Supply District
No. 1 (w); Tom Green, County of, Water Control and Improvement District No. 1
(w); Trinity River Authority (w); Upper Guadalupe River Authority (w); Upper
Neches River Municipal Water Authority (w); Upper Trinity Basin Water Quality
Compact (w); Velasco Drainage District (w); West Central Texas Municipal Water
District (w); Wichita, County of, Water Improvement District No. 2 (w); Wichita
Falls, City of (w); Wood, County of (w)

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands: (See Hawaii)

Utah:
Bear River Commission (w); Salt Lake, County of—Board of County Commis-
sioners (w), Division of Flood Control and Water Quality (w), Utah Department
of—Natural Resources—Geological and Mineral Survey (g, n, w), Water Resources
Division (w), Water Rights Division (w), Wildlife Resources Division (w)

Vermont:
Agency of Environmental Conservation in); Springfield, Town of (w); Vermont
Department of—-Water Resources and Environmental Engineering (w)

Virginia:
Alexandria, City of, Department of Transportation and Environmental Services (w);
James City, County of, Department of Public Works (w); Newport News, City of,
Department of Public Utilities (w); Roanoke, City of, Utilities and Operations (w);
Southeastern Public Service Authority of Virginia (w); Staunton, City of (w);
University of Virginia, Department of Environmental Sciences (w); Virginia Depart-
ment of Conservation and Development—Division of Mineral Resources In);
Virginia Department of Highways and Transportation (w); Virginia Polytechnic In-
stitute and State University (e); Virginia State Water Control Board (w)

Virgin Islands:
Department of Public Works (w); Planning Office (w); Virgin Islands, College of
(w)

Washington:
Bellevue, City of, Public Works Department (w); Chelan, County of, Public Utility
District No. 1 (w); Cowlitz, County of, Department of Community Development
(w); Everett, City of (w); Fircrest, Town of (w); Hoh Indian Tribe (w); Island,
County of, Planning Department (w); King, County of, Department of Public
Works (w); Lewis, County of, Board of Commissioners (w); Makah Tribal Council
(w); Municipality of Metropolitan Seattle (w); Pend Oreille, County of, Public Utili-
ty District No. 1 (w); Puyallup Nation (w); Quinault Indian Business Council (w);
San Juan County Board of County Commissioners (w); Seattle, City of—Depart-
ment of Lighting (w), Water Department (w); Skagit, County of (w); Tacoma, City
of—Public Utilities Department (w), Public Works Department (w); Tulalip Tribal
Board of Directors (w); University of Washington (w); Washington Public Power
Supply System (w); Washinton Department of—Ecology (w), Fisheries (w), Natural
Resources In), Transportation in); Washington State University, Department of
Agricultural Engineering (w); Whatcom, County of, Board of Commissioners (w)

West Virginia:
Interstate Commission Potomac River Basin (w); Morgantown, City of, Water
Commission (w); West Virginia Department of—Highways (w), Natural Resources,
Division of Water Resources (w); West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey
(w)

Wisconsin:
Brown County Planning Commission (w); Dane, County of— Department of Public
Works (w), Regional Planning Commission (w); Forest County Potawatomi Com-
munity (w); Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District (w); Green Lake Sanitary
District (w); Lac du Flambeau Indian Reservation (w); Madison Metropolitan
Sewage District (w); Madison Water Utility (w); Menominee Indian Tribe of
Wisconsin (WI; Middleton, City of (w); Schleswig, Town of, Sanitary District No. 1
(w); Southeastern Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (w); University of
Wisconsin—Extension, Geological and Natural History Survey (n, w); University of
Wisconsin, Milwaukee (w); Wisconsin Department of—Natural Resources (9, n,
w), Transportation-Bridge Section (w), Division of Highways (w)

Wyoming:
Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (w); University of Wyoming-Water Resources
Research Institute and Institute for Policy Research (e); Water Development Com-
mission (w); Wyoming Department of—Agriculture (w), Economic Planning and
Development (w), Environmental Quality (w), Highways (WI; Wyoming State
Engineer in, w)

Cooperators and Other Financial Contributors

Federal Cooperators Appalachian Regional Commission (a) Central Intelligence Agency (9) Council on Environmental Quality (e)

Department of Agriculture:
Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service (w); Forest Service (e, n, w);
Graduate School (w); Science and Education Administration (e); Soil Conservation
Service (9, n, w)

Department of the Air Force:
Air Force Academy (w); Bolling Air Force Base (9); Hanscom Air Force Base (9);
Headquarters, AFTAC-AC (g); Holloman Air Force Base (w); Homestead Air Force
Base (w); Los Angeles (w); Myrtle Beach (w); Vandenberg Air Force Base (w);
Wurtsmith Air Force Base (w)

Department of the Army: Armament Research and Development Command (w); Avionics R and D Activity (9); Coastal Engineering Research Center (9); Corps of Engineers is, g, n, w); Fort Belvoir In); Fort Bliss (w); Fort Carson Military Reservation (w); Mobility Equipment Research and Development Command (9); Research Office, Triangle Park, NC. (9); Waterways Experiment Station (9); White Sands Missile Range (w)

Department of Commerce:
Coastal Plains Regional Action Planning Commission (9); Four Corners Regional
Action Planning Commission (e); National Bureau of Standards (9); National
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-—National Marine Fisheries Service (w),
National Ocean Survey in), National Weather Service (9, w), Office of Sea Grants
(e); Old West Regional Action Planning Commission is); Ozarks Regional Action
Planning Commission (e); Pacific Northwest Regional Action Planning Commission
(e); Southwest Border Regional Action Planning Commission (e)

Department of Defense Agencies:
Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (9); Defense Mapping Agency (9, n);
Defense Nuclear Agency (9); Defense Intelligence Agency (9)

Department of Energy: Albuquerque Operations Office (9, w); Argonne National Laboratory (c); Batelle National Laboratory (c); National Aeronautics and Space Administration (e, 9, w, n); National Science Foundation (e, 9, w, n); Nuclear Regulatory Commission (9, w); Tennessee Valley Authority (n, w); United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency (9); Veterans Administration (9, w); Water Resources Council (n, w); Bonneville Power Administration (w); Chicago Operations Office (w); Energy Programs Division is); Idaho Operations Office (w); Laramie Energy Tech Center (w); Lawrence Livermore Laboratory (9, w); Los Alamos Science Laboratory (w); Morgantown Energy Technology Center (w); Nevada Operations Office (9, w); Oak Ridge Operations Office (w); Office of Energy Research (9); Procurement Operations Office (9); Richland Operations Office (9, w); San Francisco Operations (9, w); Sandia National Laboratories (9); Western Area Powth Administration (9)

Department of Health, and Human Services (w)

Department of Housing and Urban Development (w)

Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Indian Affairs is, g, n, w); Bureau of Land Management (e, g, n, w);

Bureau of Mines (e, g, n, w); Bureau of Reclamation (9, w); Heritage Conservation

and Recreation Service is); National Park Service (e, g, n, w); Office of the Secretary (e, 9, w); Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (e, g,

n, w); Trans-Alaska Pipeline (e): U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (e, g, n, w); Water

and Power Resources Service (9, w)

Department of the Navy:
Kings Bay (w); Naval Facilities Engineer Command Contracts, Trident (w); Naval
Explosive Ordnance Disposal Test Center (9); Naval Oceanographic Office (9, n);
Naval Weapons Center, China Lake (9, w); Office of Naval Research (9); U.S.
Marines Corps, Camp Pendleton (w); U.S. Coast Guard (w)

Department of State:
Agency of International Development (a, 9, w); Bureau of International Organiza-
tion Affairs (e); International Boundary and Water Commission, U.S. and Mexico
(w); International Joint Commission, U.S. and Canada (w)

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration (9, w); St. Lawrence Seaway Development Cor-

poration (w)

Department of Treasury:
U.S. Customs Service In)

Environmental Protection Agency: in)
Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory (w); Environmental Monitoring
Systems Laboratory (9); Office of Environmental Engineering and Technology (9);
Office of Monitoring and Technical Support (w)

Federal Emergency Management Agency (e, 9, w)

Federal Energy Regulating Commission Licensees (w)

General Services Administration (w)

Great Lakes Basin Commission (e)

Missouri River Basin Commission is, w)

Other Cooperators and Contributors
Government of Guam (w)

Government of Peru (9)

Government of Saudi Arabia (w, 9)
Organization of American States (a)

People's Republic of China (a, 9)

Puerto Rico:
Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority (w); Puerto Rico Department of

Agriculture (w); Puerto Rico Department of Health (w); Puerto Rico Department of

Natural Resources (w, 9); Puerto Rico Department of Transportation and Public Works (w); Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (w); Puerto Rico Environmental Quality Board (w); Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (w); Puerto Rico Land Authority (w); Puerto Rico Mineral Resources Development Corporation (9); Puerto Rico Planning Board (w); Puerto Rico Sugar Corporation (w)

Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (WI

United Nations:
United Nation Development Program (w)

Virgin Islands:
College of the Virgin Islands (w); Virgin Islands Department of Public Works (w);
Virgin Islands Planning Office (w)

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Budgetary and Statistical Data

TABLE 1.— Geological Survey budget for fiscal years 7977 to 7982, by activity and sources of funds1

[In thousands of dollars]

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Budget activity 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 Total ------------------------------- -- $433,403 $698,272 $764,718 $782,136 $769,757 $661,842 Direct program ----------------------------- —— 319,460 576,393 634,886 639,143 623,057 509,983 Reimbursable program ----------------------- -- 113,943 121,879 129,832 142,993 146,700 151,859 States, counties and municipalities —————————— —— 39,621 40,784 44,124 46,849 48,700 50,418 Miscellaneous non-Federal sources ---------- -- . 10,229 12,825 15,789 16,817 19,605 24,376 Other Federal agencies ———————————————————— —— 64,093 68,270 69,919 79,327 78,395 77,065 Alaska Pipeline Related Investigations —————— —- 317 272 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Direct program --------------------------- -- 317 272 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Reimbursable program - - - - - — - - - - - - - — — — — — - - - - — _ . _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Other Federal agencies - — - - — — — — — — — - — — — — — — — — — — _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ National Mapping, Geography, and Surveys --- 57,073 69,520 74,566 82,683 89,177 88,133 Direct program ——————————————————————————— —— 50,311 61,356 65,584 72,759 77,449 77,687 Reimbursable program ————————————————————— -- 6,762 8,164 8,982 9,924 11,727 10,446 States, counties, and municipalities -------- -— 3,268 3,320 3,371 3,083 2,985 3,000 Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -------- -— 601 499 597 610 1,095 1,100 Other Federal agencies ------------------ -- 2,893 4,345 5,014 6,231 7,648 6,346 Geologic and Mineral Resource Surveys and Mapping ------------------------------ -- 130,269 163,193 178,556 193,652 208,287 212,355 Direct program ——————————————————————————— -- 100,007 123,830 134,846 146,963 162,756 163,731 Reimbursable program ————————————————————— —— 30,262 39,363 43,710 46,689 45,531 48,624 States, counties, and municipalities ———————— —- 1,403 956 584 640 758 480 Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -------- -— 6,439 8,510 10,914 11,258 13,192 16,844 Other Federal agencies ------------------ -- 22,420 29,897 32,212 34,791 31,761 31,300 Water Resources Investigations ------------ —- 131,509 146,014 168,598 184,871 194,016 190,096 Direct program --------------------------- -- 68,555 278,487 96,847 108,664 115,458 108,637 Reimbursable program ————————————————————— —— 62,954 67,527 71,751 76,207 78,558 81,459 States, counties, and municipalities ———————— -— 34,761 36,457 40,156 43,126 45,138 46,938 Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -------- -- 1,331 1,429 1,673 1,778 2,088 2,679 Other Federal agencies ------------------ -— 26,862 29,641 29,922 31,303 31,332 31,842 Conservation of Lands and Minerals -------- -— 67,427 77,409 85,484 106,395 127,001 130,468 Direct program --------------------------- -- 67,239 77,299 85,362 105,928 125,739 129,868 Reimbursable program --------------------- —- 188 110 122 467 1,262 600 Miscellaneous non-Federal sources ———————— —— 16 9 ____ __ 12 29 210 Other Federal agencies ------------------ -- 172 101 122 455 1,233 390 Office of Earth Science Applications ———————— —— 23,476 23,226 23,965 23,734 23,205 20,853 Direct program --------------------------- -- 17,698 18,132 19,959 18,935 18,849 14,359 Reimbursable program --------------------- -- 5,778 5,094 4,006 4,799 4,356 6,494 States, counties, and municipalities -------- -- 189 51 13 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Miscellaneous non-Federal sources -------- —— 1,741 2,153 2,333 2,808 3,139 3,482 Other Federal agencies ------------------ -- 3,848 2,890 1,600 1,991 1,217 3,012 National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska ------ -— 9,154 202,704 216,886 169,845 107,001 2,196 Direct program --------------------------- -- 2,079 202,598 216,886 169,845 107,001 2,196 Allocation transfer ------------------------ -- 7,063 106 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Reimbursable program (Federal) ------------ -- 12 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ General Administration ———————————————————— -- 3,760 3,650 3,661 3,776 3,896 3,407 Direct program --------------------------- -- 3,760 3,650 3,661 3,776 3,896 3,407 Facilities ---------------------------------- -- 9,494 10,769 11,741 12,273 11,909 10,098 Direct program ——————————————————————————— -- 9,494 10,769 11,741 12,273 11,909 10,098 Miscellaneous services to other accounts -—--- 924 1,515 1,261 4,907 5,266 4,236 Reimbursable program --------------------- -- 924 1,515 1,261 4,907 5,266 4,236 Miscellaneous non-Federal sources ———————— —— 102 225 272 351 62 61 Other Federal agencies ------------------ —- 822 1,290 989 4,556 5,204 4,175

‘ Includes 1982 appropriation for Minerals Management Service. 2 Funds for the Airborne Positioning System, appropriated to Water Resources Investigations are included as obligations of Topographic Surveys and Mapping ($2,172 thousand).

TABLE 2. — Geological Survey reimbursable program funds from other Federal agencies for fiscal years 7977 to 7982, by agency

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Agency 1977 1978 1979 1980 1981 1982 Total ------------------------------- -- $57,017 $68,164 $69,919 $79,326 $78,395 $76,675 Department of Agriculture ------------------- -- 2,130 2,727 2,619 3,878 3,567 2,675 Department of Commerce -------------------- —- 334 183 141 276 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ------------------------- -- 1,947 1,708 1,464 2,388 823 1,781 Ozarks Regional Commission - - — - - - - - - - - - - — - _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 76 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Department of Defense —————————————————————— —- 12,308 15,655 16,760 17,447 18,490 21,459 Department of Energy ----------------------- -- 8,573 14,980 15,338 14,406 10,885 10,529 Bonneville Power Administration ------------ —- (141) (138) (48) (61) (81) (75) Department of Housing and Urban Development -- 6,003 3,789 1,967 302 188 ____ __ Department of the Interior -------------------- -— 12,186 16,528 17,746 22,926 22,553 20,328 Bureau of Indian Affairs -------------------- -- 915 2,385 4,345 9,295 3,999 5,001 Bureau of Land Management --------------- -- 9,011 10,791 9,712 7,807 13,800 10,551 Bureau of Mines -------------------------- —- 200 108 240 297 299 275 Bureau of Reclamation -------------------- —— 1,199 1,871 1,975 2,257 2,231 1,800 National Park Service —————————————————————— —— 542 791 771 818 1,121 1,015 Office of the Secretary — - ~ - — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 82 203 154 100 Office of Surface Mining ------------------------- __ 135 21 1,563 469 1,176 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service -------------- -— 178 447 600 686 480 410 Department of State ------------------------ -- 1,075 1,010 1,455 2,449 2,272 3,445 Department of Transportation ---------------- -- 313 193 149 291 273 500 Environmental Protection Agency ------------- -- 2,137 3,074 2,873 2,645 1,259 675 National Aeronautics and Space Administration --- 2,648 2,763 4,033 2,793 5,065 3,885 National Science Foundation ————————————————— —- 2,712 848 896 1,211 2,001 1,958 Nuclear Regulatory Commission -------------- —- 1,758 1,318 1,583 1,325 1,781 1,544 Tennessee Valley Authority ——————————————————— —- 297 216 261 243 317 290 Miscellaneous Federal agencies --------------- —— 1,774 1,882 1,645 2,105 3,717 3,431 Miscellaneous services to other accounts ------- -- 822 1,290 989 4,556 5,204 4,175

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