36 CFR 62.2 - Definitions.

§ 62.2 Definitions.
The following definitions apply to this part:
National Natural Landmark is an area designated by the Secretary of the Interior as being of national significance to the United States because it is an outstanding example(s) of major biological and geological features found within the boundaries of the United States or its Territories or on the Outer Continental Shelf.
National Registry of Natural Landmarks is the official listing of all designated national natural landmarks.
National significance describes an area that is one of the best examples of a biological community or geological feature within a natural region of the United States, including terrestrial communities, landforms, geological features and processes, habitats of native plant and animal species, or fossil evidence of the development of life.
Natural region is a distinct physiographic province having similar geologic history, structures, and landforms. The basic physiographic characteristics of a natural region influence its vegetation, climate, soils, and animal life. Examples include the Atlantic Coastal Plain, Great Basin, and Brooks Range natural regions.
Owner means the individual(s), corporation(s), or partnership(s) holding fee simple title to property, or the head of the public agency or subordinate employee of the public agency to whom such authority was delegated and who is responsible for administering publicly owned land. Owner does not include individuals, partnerships, corporations, or public agencies holding easements or less than fee interests (including leaseholds) of any form. A Native American tribe that is the beneficial fee simple owner of lands, with the United States as trustee, will be considered as owner of private property for the purposes of this part. Similarly, individual member(s) of a Native American tribe who are beneficial owner(s) of property, allottee(s) held in trust by the United States, will be considered as owner(s) of private property for the purposes of this part.
Potential national natural landmark means an area that, based on recommendation or initial comparison with other areas in the same natural region, seems to merit further study of its merits for possible national natural landmark designation.
Prejudicial procedural error is one that reasonably may be considered to have affected the outcome of the designation process.
Representative refers to any public or private individual, agency, or organization that is performing actions related to the identification, evaluation, designation or monitoring of national natural landmarks on behalf of or in cooperation with the National Park Service (NPS), either under a contractual agreement or as a volunteer.
Scientist refers to an individual whose combination of academic training and professional field experience in the natural region qualifies him/her to identify and comparatively evaluate natural areas at the regional or national level.

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United States Code
U.S. Code: Title 16 - CONSERVATION

§ 1a-5

§ 461 - Declaration of national policy

§ 462 - Administration by Secretary of the Interior; powers and duties enumerated

§ 463 - National Park System Advisory Board

§ 464 - Cooperation with governmental and private agencies

§ 465 - Jurisdiction of States in acquired lands

§ 466 - Requirement for specific authorization

§ 467 - Conflict of laws

§ 467a - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

§ 467b - Survey by Secretary of the Interior of sites for commemoration of former Presidents of the United States

§ 468 - National Trust for Historic Preservation in the United States; creation; purpose

§ 468a - Principal office of National Trust Commission

§ 468b - Administration of National Trust; composition of board of trustees; terms of office; compensation; expenses

§ 468c - Powers and duties of National Trust

§ 468d - Consultation with Advisory Board on National Parks, Historic Sites, Buildings, and Monuments

§ 468e - Repealed.

§ 469 - Preservation of historical and archeological data threatened by dam construction or alterations of terrain

§ 469a - Notice of dam construction to be given Secretary of the Interior by United States agencies

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

§ 469b - Administration; contracts or agreements; services of experts, consultants, or organizations; acceptance of funds

§ 469c - Assistance to Secretary of the Interior by Federal agencies responsible for construction projects; authorization of appropriations

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

§ 469d - Ice Age National Scientific Reserve; statement of purpose

§ 469e - Plan for continental glaciation

§ 469f - Repealed.

§ 469g - Ice Age National Scientific Reserve; recommendations for Federal and State participation in financing public facilities and services

§ 469h - Comprehensive plan for Reserve Development

§ 469i - Repealed.

§ 469j - Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad

§ 469k - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § -

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

16 U.S. Code § 460b, 460c - Repealed.

§ 469m - Women’s Rights National Historical Park

§ 469n - Preserve America Program

16 U.S. Code § -

§ 1908 - Damage to natural and historical landmarks; procedures for determination and enforcement of abatement of damaging activities