9780870716911 Columbia River Treaty revisited; transboundary river governance in the face of uncertainty.
What does CRT stand for?
CRT stands for Columbia River Treaty (est. 1964)
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- Coalition for Recreational Trails
- Coastal Rail Trail (California)
- Coastal Recreation and Tourism
- Cochituate Rail Trail
- Cockpit Resource Team (US Air Force)
- Cockpit Review Team (US Air Force)
- Cognitive Rehabilitation Therapy
- Coho Recovery Team (California Dept of Fish & Game)
- Collaborative Research Team
- Collagen Replacement Therapy (skin care)
- Combat Readiness Team
- Combat Readiness Training
- Combat Repair Team (US Army)
- Combat Results Table (gaming)
- Combined Reconnaissance Team
- Combined Rlogin and Telnet
- Combined Rural Traders (Australia and New Zealand)
- Comisión de Regulación de Telecomunicaciones (Spanish, Colombia)
- Comité Régional du Tourisme (French: Regional Tourist Board)
- Communications Receiver/Transmitter
Samples in periodicals archive:
The 1964 Columbia River Treaty entered by the United States and Canada for mutual benefits in flood control and hydropower generation is under review in anticipation of expiration of certain flood control provisions in 2024.
The Columbia River Treaty (CRT) is a bilateral agreement between Canada and the United States that provides for the co-operative development of the Columbia River Basin.
The Controversy and Arguments Regarding Non-Treaty Storage Agreements Almost half the water on the Coordinated Columbia River System(76) is stored in reservoirs built according to the terms of the 1964 Columbia River Treaty (Treaty),(77) an agreement between the United States and Canada.
Unlike the commercial fishermen in Burns Harbor, the Columbia River treaty tribes have no sticks left in their bundle once the fish are gone, and the ability to put the treaty rights to use comprises the entire bundle.
L 733, 763 (1995) (noting the Columbia River treaty tribes' reliance "on the government's repeated promises that they would be secure in their way of life") (37) See Washington State Commercial Passenger Fishing Vessel Ass'n 443 U.