36 CFR Part 291 - PALEONTOLOGICAL RESOURCES PRESERVATION

  1. § 291.1 Purpose.
  2. § 291.2 Authorities.
  3. § 291.3 Exceptions.
  4. § 291.4 Preservation of existing authorities.
  5. § 291.5 Definitions.
  6. § 291.6 Confidentiality of information - general.
  7. § 291.7 Public awareness and education.
  8. § 291.8 Area closures.
  9. § 291.9 Determination of paleontological resources.
  10. § 291.10 Collecting.
  11. § 291.11 Casual collecting on National Forest System lands.
  12. § 291.12 National Forest System lands closed to casual collection.
  13. § 291.13 Permits.
  14. § 291.14 Application process.
  15. § 291.15 Application qualifications and eligibility.
  16. § 291.16 Terms and conditions.
  17. § 291.17 Permit reports.
  18. § 291.18 Modification or cancellation of permits.
  19. § 291.19 Suspension and revocation of permits.
  20. § 291.20 Appeals.
  21. § 291.21 Curation of paleontological resources.
  22. § 291.22 Becoming an approved repository.
  23. § 291.23 Minimum requirements of approval of a repository.
  24. § 291.24 Standards for access and use of collections.
  25. § 291.25 Conducting inspections and inventories of collections.
  26. § 291.26 Repository agreements.
  27. § 291.27 Prohibited acts.
  28. § 291.28 Civil penalty.
  29. § 291.29 Amount of civil penalty.
  30. § 291.30 Civil penalty process.
  31. § 291.31 Civil penalties hearing procedures.
  32. § 291.32 Petition for judicial review; collection of unpaid assessments.
  33. § 291.33 Use of recovered amounts.
  34. § 291.34 Criminal penalties.
  35. § 291.35 Multiple offenses.
  36. § 291.36 General exception.
  37. § 291.37 Scientific or paleontological value.
  38. § 291.38 Fair market or commercial value.
  39. § 291.39 Cost of response, restoration, and repair.
  40. § 291.40 Rewards.
  41. § 291.41 Forfeiture.
Authority:
16 U.S.C. 470aaa through 470aaa-11.
Source:
80 FR 21630, Apr. 17, 2015, unless otherwise noted.