Army Corps of Engineers publish monthly bulletins on their websites comparing current with past record low and high water levels, and the average levels as well as a six-month future forecast.
What does ACE stand for?
ACE stands for Army Corps of Engineers
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Kimberley Taplin, a regional project manager for the Army Corps of Engineers in West Palm Beach, agrees and speaks glowingly of USIECR's effect on the Everglades planning process.
If Congress doesn't act, federal judges, and not the Environmental Protection Agency or the United States Army Corps of Engineers (the federal agencies charged with protecting these resources), will continue to be the ultimate decision makers regarding these activities, with different rules in different states.
In the 1950s, the Army Corps of Engineers took the best of this riverside reservation land to build five massive dams.
When human remains are found on federal property - Kennewick Man was located in an area managed by the Army Corps of Engineers - NAGPRA requires the government to contact any tribes that may share a "cultural affiliation" with the bones.