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Code cite for an Act cited therein. The Assistant Secretary for Conservation and Management, who is appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall serve as Deputy Administrator for Oceans and Atmosphere.

The Assistant Secretary for Environmental Observation and Prediction, who is appointed by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall serve as Deputy Administrator of Oceans and Atmosphere.

The Assistant Administrator for the National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service shall perform the functions and duties of the Assistant Secretary for Environmental Observation and Prediction in the event the latter is unable to carry out the 126556 of the office, or in the event of a vacancy in the office.

The Chief Scientist shall serve as a key advisor to the Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and Atmosphere and Administrator and to the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Conservation and Management, and to the Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Environmental Observation and Prediction, 12665 all 126656 and policy issues, and shall be responsible for ensuring the timely and effective implementation of NOAA policies and objectives.

The Assistant Administrator for Oceanic and Atmospheric Research shall perform the functions and duties of the Chief Scientist in the event the latter is unable to carry out the duties of the office, or in the event of a vacancy in the office. The functions regarding weather in Title 49, Chapter 15 of the U. The functions in 15 U. The functions in Title 33, Chapters 126656 and 43, U. The functions of Sections 8 and 9 of E. These relate to emergency preparedness, provision of weather, geodetic, hydrographic, and oceanographic data in consonance with civil defense programs, and developing overall plans and programs for the fishing industry’s continued production during an emergency.

The functions in 16256 President’s memorandum of July 5,issued in accord with Senate Concurrent Resolution 67 of May eeo,furthering participation in and support of the World Weather program by the United States. The plan, to be developed annually for submission by the President to Congress on the proposed participation by eoo agencies, shall be prepared for transmittal to the President by the Secretary.

All functions vested by law in the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries of the Department of the Interior or its head, together with all functions vested by law in the Secretary of the Interior or the Department of the Interior which are administered through that Bureau or are primarily related to the Bureau, exclusive of functions related to the 1 Great Lakes fishery research and activities related to the Great Lakes Fisheries Commission, 2 Missouri River Reservoir 122656, 3 the Gulf Breeze Biological Laboratory of the said Bureau of Gulf Breeze, Florida, and 4 Trans-Alaska pipeline investigations.

The functions vested by law in the Secretary of the Interior, or in the Department of the Interior or in any officer or instrumentality of that Department, which are administered through the Marine Minerals Technology Center of the Bureau 126656 Mines.

Those functions vested in the Secretary of Defense or in any officer, employee, or organizational entity of the Department of Defense by the provision of Public Law83 Stat.

So much of the functions of the transferor officers and agencies referred to in or affected by the foregoing provisions of this section as is incidental to or necessary for the performance by or under the Secretary of Commerce of the functions transferred by those provisions or relates primarily to those functions. The transfers to the Secretary of Commerce made by this section shall be deemed to include the transfer of authority, provided by law, to prescribe regulations relating primarily to the transferred functions.

The functions in Title 37 of the U. The functions in Title 10 of the U. The functions in the following sections of E. Sections 1 a1 e1 f1 gand 1 1 ; 3; 5; and 6 regarding the retirement, separation, and resignation of commissioned officers of NOAA, and the employment of public vessels. The functions of 7 U.

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The functions regarding the operation of: The functions in 46 U. The functions prescribed by the Endangered Species Act ofas amended 16 U. Establishing guidelines to assist in the development of fishery management plans under subsection b of the Act.

Appointing or removing members of the Regional Fishery Management Councils under subsection b 2 or 5 of the Act. The functions prescribed by the Fisherman’s Protective Act ofas amended 22 U. Submit the annual report to the President and the authorizing committees of Congress under Section 7 of the Act, as amended. The conduct of studies of underwater diving techniques and equipment suitable for protection of human safety and improvement of diver performance as authorized by Section 21 e of the Outer Continental Shelf Lands Act, as amended 43 U.

Title IV of P. Responsibilities regarding assertion of claims against the Offshore Oil Pollution Compensation Fund for injury to or damage of natural resources and to expenditures of sums recovered for the restoration, rehabilitation, or acquisition of equivalent natural resources as authorized by subsection b 3 of Public Law and delegated to the Secretary by E.

The functions contained in Title 11 of P. The following functions regarding response to releases of hazardous substances or discharges of oil, and the resulting claims for damages to natural resources, as authorized by the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act CERCLAas amended, 42 U.

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The functions of federal trustee of natural resources, including conduct of damage assessments, assertion of damage claims, agreements to covenants not to sue, preparation of natural resource restoration, rehabilitation, or replacement or acquisition plans, and expenditures of amounts recovered as damages to restore, rehabilitate, replace, or acquire the equivalent of such natural resources damaged or lost, as authorized by Sections bafbciand j of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, as amended, 42 U.

The function of membership on the National Response Team, including responsibility relating to response coordination, promulgation of regulations and guidelines, and amendment of the National Contingency Plan, prescribed for the Department of Commerce by Sections 1 a l1 a 2l d2 band 11 f of Executive Order And Section 1 c of E.

The function of membership on the Environmental Protection Agency budget task force and associated responsibilities including preparation and negotiation of financial submissions, prescribed for the Department of Commerce by Section 9 c and 9 d of E.

Commercial Remote Sensing Policy. The functions prescribed in Title II of P. The 12665 of the Secretary authorized by 15 U. The functions authorized by 42 U. The functions authorized by 33 U. To ensure the safety and welfare of the public, and to further the Nation’s interests and activities for: Observe, collect, communicate, analyze, and disseminate comprehensive data and information about the state of the upper and lower atmosphere, of the oceans and the resources thereof including those in the seabed, of marine and anadromous fish and related biological resources, of inland waters, and of the Earth, the Sun, and the space environment.

Prepare do disseminate predictions of the future state of the environment and issue warnings of all severe hazards and extreme conditions of e to all who may be affected.

Provide maps and charts of the oceans and inland waters for navigation, geophysical and other purposes, aeronautical charts, and related publications and services. Operate and maintain a system for the storage, retrieval and dissemination of data regarding the state and resources of the oceans and inland waters including the seabed, and the state of the upper and lower atmosphere, and of the Earth, the Sun, and the space environment.

Coordinate efforts of federal agencies in support of national and international programs as assigned, such as federal meteorological services and supporting research, World Weather Program, National Networks of Geodetic Control, Integrated Global Ocean Station System, and Marine Environmental Prediction, Mapping and Charting.

Administer a program of sea grant colleges and education, training and research in the field of marine science, engineering and related disciplines as provided in the Sea Grant College Program Act ofas amended. Perform basic and applied research and develop technology regarding the state and use of resources of the oceans and inland waters, including the seabed, the upper and lower atmosphere, the Earth, the Sun, and the space environment, as may be necessary or desirable to develop an understanding of the processes and phenomena involved.

Perform research and develop technology regarding the observation, communication, processing, correlation, analysis, dissemination, storage, retrieval, and use of environmental data as may be necessary or desirable to permit NOAA to discharge its responsibilities. Acquire, analyze, and disseminate data, and perform basic and applied research on electromagnetic 1266, as necessary, in performing other functions assigned herein; prepare and issue predictions of atmospheric, ionospheric and solar conditions, and warnings of disturbances thereof; and fo, analyze, and disseminate data, and perform basic and applied research on the propagation of sound waves, and on interactions between sound waves and other phenomena.

Administer a program for the protection, management, and conservation of marine mammals and endangered species; and manage the fur seal herds of the North Pacific Ocean.

Perform economic studies, education, and other services regarding development, management and utilization of marine and anadromous fisheries, administer grant-in-aid, fishery products inspection, financial and technical assistance, and other programs to conserve and develop fisheries resources and to foster and maintain a workable climate for industry to produce efficiently under competitive conditions.

Develop and implement policies on international fisheries and other marine living resources, including the negotiation and implementation of agreements, conventions, and treaties in that area; and enforce provisions of international treaties and agreements on fishing activities of United States nationals and perform surveillance of foreign fishing activities. Develop technology and carry out scientific and engineering data collection and analysis and other functions to assess, monitor, harvest, and 1256 marine and anadromous fishery resources and their products.

As a Department-wide responsibility, coordinate the requirements for and the management and use of radio frequencies by all organizations of the Department of Commerce. Administer a national government program to preserve, protect, develop, and where possible restore or enhance the land and water resources of the coastal zones, including grants, loans, and loan guarantees to the states and interagency coordination and cooperation, as provided by the Coastal Zone Management Act ofas amended.

Administer a marine sanctuaries program to conserve and manage areas of the marine environment for their conservation, recreational, ecological, historical, research, educational, or esthetic qualities.

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Administer a deep seabed hard minerals resources program to license the exploration for and commercial recovery of hard mineral resources of the deep seabed by citizens of the United States; to encourage conservation of such resources; to protect the quality of the environment; and to encourage continued technological development.

Administer a program to license the construction, location, ownership, and operation of ocean thermal conversion facilities and plantships under the control of citizens of the United States or within United States territorial waters. 126566 in a national government program for response to discharges ek oil and hazardous substances, including administration of a program to assess and collect damages for loss of or injury to natural resources in marine ecosystems, and to prepare and implement natural resource 12566 and replacement plans; and.

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Provide common administrative support services to Department of Commerce field components through the Administrative Support Centers. Establishing guidelines to assist in the development of fishery management plans under subsection b of the Act; 2. Appointing or removing members of the Regional Fishery Management Councils under subsection b 2 or 5 of the Act; 3. Submit 5-year plans to Congress under subsection 5 d 9 of the Act; 2.

The functions prescribed in the Acid Precipitation Act of 42 U. The functions prescribed by the Deepwater Ports Act, 33 U.

12566, collect, communicate, analyze, and disseminate comprehensive data and information about 1265 state of the upper and lower atmosphere, of the oceans and the resources thereof including those in the seabed, of marine and anadromous fish and related biological resources, of inland waters, 16256 of the Earth, the Sun, and the space environment; b.

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Prepare and disseminate predictions of the future state of the environment and issue warnings of all severe hazards and extreme conditions of nature to all who may be affected; c. Provide maps and charts of the oceans and inland waters for navigation, geophysical and other purposes, aeronautical charts, and related publications and services; d.

Operate and maintain a system for the storage, retrieval and dissemination of data regarding the state and resources of the oceans and inland waters including the seabed, and the state of the upper and lower atmosphere, and of the Earth, the Sun, and the space environment; e. Coordinate efforts of federal agencies in support of national and international programs as assigned, such as federal meteorological services and supporting research, World Weather Program, National Networks of Geodetic Control, Integrated Global Ocean Station System, and Marine Environmental Prediction, Mapping and Charting; f.

Administer a program of sea grant colleges and education, training and research in the field of marine science, engineering and related disciplines as provided in the Sea Grant College Program Act ofas amended; g.

Perform basic and applied research and develop technology regarding the state and use of resources of the oceans and inland waters, including the seabed, the upper and lower atmosphere, the Earth, the Sun, and the space environment, as may be necessary or desirable to develop an understanding of the processes and phenomena involved; h. Perform research and develop technology regarding the observation, communication, processing, correlation, analysis, dissemination, storage, retrieval, and use of environmental data as may be necessary or desirable to permit NOAA to discharge its responsibilities; i.

Acquire, analyze, and disseminate data, and perform basic and applied research on electromagnetic waves, as necessary, in performing other functions assigned herein; prepare and issue predictions of atmospheric, ionospheric and solar conditions, and warnings of disturbances thereof; and acquire, analyze, and disseminate data, and perform basic and applied research on the propagation of sound waves, and on interactions between sound waves and other phenomena; j.

Administer a program for the protection, management, and conservation of marine mammals and endangered species; and manage the fur seal herds of the North Pacific Ocean; k. Perform economic studies, education, and other services regarding development, management and utilization of marine and anadromous fisheries, administer grant-in-aid, fishery products inspection, financial and technical assistance, and other programs to conserve and develop fisheries resources and to foster and maintain a workable climate for industry to produce efficiently under competitive conditions; l.

Develop and implement policies on international fisheries and other marine living resources, including the negotiation and implementation of agreements, conventions, and treaties in that area; and enforce provisions of international treaties and agreements on fishing activities of United States nationals and perform surveillance of foreign fishing activities; m.

Participate in technical assistance for fishery development projects in foreign countries; n. Develop technology and carry out scientific and engineering data collection and analysis and other functions to assess, monitor, harvest, and use marine and anadromous fishery resources and their products; o. As a Department-wide responsibility, coordinate the requirements for and the management and use of radio frequencies by all organizations of the Department of Commerce; p.

Administer a national government program to preserve, protect, develop, and where possible restore or enhance the land and water resources of the coastal zones, including grants, loans, and loan guarantees to the states and interagency coordination and cooperation, as provided by the Coastal Zone Management Act ofas amended; q.

Administer a marine sanctuaries program to conserve and manage areas of the marine environment for their conservation, recreational, ecological, historical, research, educational, or esthetic qualities; r. Administer a deep seabed hard minerals resources program to license the exploration for and commercial recovery of hard mineral resources of the deep seabed by citizens of the United States; to encourage conservation of such resources; to protect the quality of the environment; and to encourage continued technological development; s.

Administer a program to license the construction, location, ownership, and operation of ocean thermal conversion facilities and 1265 under the control of citizens of the United States or within United States territorial waters; t. Participate in a national government program for response to discharges of oil and hazardous substances, including administration oe a program to assess and collect damages for loss of or injury to natural resources in marine ecosystems, and to prepare and implement natural resource restoration and replacement plans; and u.

Required by statute; or c.

Required or established by, or provided for in, agency regulations.