106 STAT. 2218 PUBLIC LAW 102-436—OCT. 23, 1992 to fund appropriate studies concerning such impacts (to be jointly administered by the city and the Tribe), to the extent that further information is needed to facihtate such negotiations and such information is reasonably obtainable. (2) The land exchange authorized by this section shall be subject to the laws and regulations applicable to exchanges involving lands managed by the Secretary as part of the National Park System. SEC. 102. BOUNDARY ADJUSTMENT. At the same time that the Secretary exchanges lands pursuant to this title, the Secretary shall adjust the boundaries of Olympic National Park in the manner depicted on the map referenced in section 101(a)(3) so as to exclude from such unit of the National Park System the lands transferred to the city of Tacoma by the Secretary pursuant to such exchange. SEC. 103. ADDITIONAL PROVISIONS. Nothing in this title shall be construed— (1) as approval or disapproval of any reservoir operating level for the Cushman Reservoir which, after a boundary adjustment under section 102, would not inundate any lands within any unit of the National Park System; (2) to limit the right or ability of any party, including any Indian tribe and Federal Agency, to fully participate as intervenors or otherwise in any process relating to the Cushman Project (No. 460); or (3) as limiting or otherwise aCTecting any rights by treaty, executive order, or Federal law of the Skokomish Tribe or any other Indian tribe, including (but not limited to) rights related to fishing or the use of water. TITLE II—OLYMPIC EXPERIMENTAL STATE FOREST SEC. 201. PURPOSE. The purpose of this title is to assist the experimental management and research program being conducted by the State of Washington on State-owned trust lands on the western Olympic Peninsula in order to contribute to the conservation of the northern spotted owl, old growth ecosystems and fishery resources and to provide for a susteinable supply of timber and trust income in a manner that is consistent with these conservation objectives. SEC. 202. DEFINITIONS. For purposes of this title: (1) The term "conservation" means the use of all methods and procedures which are necessary to bring any endangered species or threatened species to the point at which the measures provided by the Endangered Species Act of 1973 (16 U.S.C. 1531 et seq.) are no longer necessary. Such measures and procedures include, but are not limited to, all activities associated with scientific resources management such as research, census, law enforcement, habitat acquisition and maintenance, propagation, live trapping, and transplantation, and, in the extraordinary case where population pressures within a given ecosystem cannot be otherwise relieved, may include regulated taking.
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