Water Resources Development Act

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Water Resources Development Act (WRDA), is a reference to public laws enacted by Congress to deal with various aspects of water resources: environmental, structural, navigational, flood protection, hydrology, etc.

Typically, the United States Army Corps of Engineers administers the bulk of the Act's requirements.

There have been a series of WRDAs:

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  • "Water Resources Development Acts". U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Retrieved May 8, 2013.