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281. 4542 4542

282. 4543 4543

283. 8229 8229 Open-File Report 95-108.

284. 2726 2726

285. 4337 4337

286. 8230 8230 Open file report: 92-499
Plan identifying the required quality assurance and suggested quality control practices for obtaining sediment data by the U.S. Geological Survey.

287. 10358 10358 The file contains an undated note regarding the collection of data from adjacent areas to the Helmand basin, including the Euphrates, Nile, and Indus.

288. 2727 2727

289. 8231 8231 Open-File Report 94-382.
A guideline workbook to provide a specific framework for U.S. Geological Survey districts in preparing their District Surface Water Quality Assurance plans.

290. 4339 4339

291. 2728 2728

292. 4340 4340

293. 8232 8232 Open file report 92-136.
See reference 8229 for revised 1995 guideline.

294. 8233 8233 Open-file report 92-162.
A framework for including a project work plan in U.S. Geological Survery procedures.

295. 10352 10352 The file contains correspondence between Kiyoomars Vazeen, an Iranian ambassador, and John G. Laylin, a lawyer for Covington & Burling, regarding bilateral air service agreements. Bilateral air service agreements are created between two countries pertaining to the presence of foreign air services. Types of aircrafts allowed, number of passengers carried, and maximum amount of scheduled flights are determined. The Bermuda agreement, established between the United States and Great Britain in 1946, serves as a model for many air service agreements. By restricting the number of flights and passengers on foreign flights, countries can expand the services provided by their own national airlines.

296. 10343 10343 The file contains:
a. Cover letter from John G. Laylin to Ali Amini, Ambassador of Iran, July 12, 1956.
b. Comparison of Iran's draft agreement with the Helmand River Commission Report.

297. 10306 10306 The file contains correspondence, memorandums, and conference notes regarding Iran and Afghanistan's negotiations over the terms of reference, which would be used as a guide by the Helmand River Delta Commission. A 245-page transcript is included of the negotiations held at the State Department in Washington D.C. from August 9, 1950 - September 14, 1950.

298. 4343 4343 Sanitized

299. 206 206

300. 10294 10294 The Frontiers of Baluchistan contains excerpts from George Passman Tate's report on the exploration of the Baluchistan and Seistan provinces of Persia (presently Iran). Tate replaced a member on the McMahon Arbitration Commission as the irrigation specialist. Excerpts included past commission efforts and notable visits, such as Nasratabad, the capital city of Seistan, and the Parian river. Tate shares the history of the once famous Bandar-i-Kamal Khan, a market that was built by a Baluchi chief. Township structures are illustrated from the Kadkhuda, or mayor, to the Pagos, or agricultural associations, responsible for building weirs. Included is a map of the area studied by the McMahon commission.
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