Basinwide

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  • This great subformation's lithostratigraphical division is based on several almost basinwide sandstone and lake sediment horizons.
  • Water pollution was the first Basinwide problem to make itself thoroughly evident, and the need to deal with it led to the first Basinwide activities besides studies. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • A Basinwide system of trails for hiking, bicycling, and horseback travel has been studied and its details are presented in a separate report. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • Models are available for individual components of the hydrological system such as surface runoff; there also exist basinwide models addressing hydrologic transport and for ocean and estuarine applications.
  • And, just as in water management in all its phases, central and continuing Basinwide coordination of practices to restore the landscape, to protect it, and to make possible its pleasant use by the public is going to be needed. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • The trouble is, however, that as understanding of the interrelationships between land and water and the other elements of the landscape, even on a Basinwide scale, has grown, it has become more and more obvious that there are only a few strictly local landscape problems. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • Another means to this end, and an especially organic and appropriate one, will be the urban stretches of the Basinwide network of hiking, bicycling, and horseback trails which will be discussed a little farther along. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • In 1956 the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was directed by Congress to undertake a Basinwide study to develop a plan for flood control and the conservation of water resources and related land resources. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • Therefore, the question of providing and improving outdoor recreation for them, as well as for more mobile residents of the central city, merges with the wider question of outdoor recreation on a Basinwide scale, for residents and visitors alike. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior
  • Of particular Basinwide interest will be the results of the application of Soil Conservation Service watershed programs in controlling erosion in urbanizing stream basins in the Washington metropolitan area, and the lessons learned therefrom. Cited from The Nation's River, by United States Department of the Interior