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(a) A claim by the federal government or other person claiming federal reserved water rights within the adjudication area must be filed in writing with the commissioner.
(b) A claim to federal reserved water rights must contain the following information:
(1) the name of the agency, person, or agent representing the person making the claim, and the representative's phone number and address;
(2) the claimed priority date;
(3) the claimed primary purpose of the federal reserved water right;
(4) a list of statutes, proclamations, orders, or other documents establishing the federal withdrawal or reservation of land;
(5) the amount of water claimed and data supporting the quantification of the claim;
(6) the daily duration and months of the year during which water is claimed;
(7) the water source, including name if possible;
(8) the most detailed USGS topographic map available for the area showing the location and the legal descriptions for the points of water withdrawal, diversion, or impoundment and water use, or river reach for instream use, including meridian, township, range, section, and aliquot parts;
(9) all documents that establish each land withdrawal or reservation and support the claimed priority date, claimed primary purpose, and quantities;
(10) well logs, aquifer test data, and well construction data for diversions from ground water sources; and
(11) any available water use data.
History: Eff. 11/7/90, Register 116
Authority: AS 46.15.020
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