Lock ‘Um in a Room, Hawai’i’s Attempt at Comparability. Linda Koch, Bioassessment Coordinator Katie Kamelamela, Intern Environmental Planning Office Hawai’i State Department of Health. Comparability. Political entities and agendas Geological, hydrological, and other ‘natural’ phenomenon.
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Linda Koch, Bioassessment Coordinator
Katie Kamelamela, Intern
Environmental Planning Office
Hawai’i State Department of Health
DLNR-CWRM - ‘set policies, protect resources, defines uses, establish priorities while assuring rights and uses, and establish regulatory procedures’
DLNR-DAR– ‘manage, conserve and restore the state’s unique aquatic resources and ecosystems for present and future generations’
DOH – ‘protect and improve the health and environment for all people in Hawai'i’
Allocation of water resources
Protect stream channels from alteration
Allocation of biological resources
Permit conditionsDecision Mandates
Various MDLs and QA/QC as required by EPAData Quality Objectives
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