The following words and terms, when used in this chapter, shall have the following meanings unless the context clearly indicates otherwise. (1) Administratively complete--An application is administratively complete when all information required for staff evaluation has been submitted with all necessary maps, photographs, channel depths and sponsor/owner application forms. (2) Applicant--Any person applying for a permit. (3) Director--The Executive Director of the Parks and Wildlife Department. (4) Evidence--A presentation of facts orally or in writing by affidavit, deposition, or in person, and may include maps, pictures, diagrams, models, and learned treatises. (5) General permit--An authorization to disturb or remove sedimentary materials from the public waters of the state under conditions that qualify such activity as insignificant. (6) Individual permit--An
authorization to disturb or remove sedimentary materials from the public waters of the state for any proposed activity that does not qualify for a general permit. (7) Person--Any person, firm, partnership, association, corporation, or entity. (8) River segment--Reach of river and tributaries as designated by the TNRCC based on flow and water quality attributes in the Surface Water Quality Standards. (9) Sedimentary materials--Marl, sand, mudshell, gravel, or any combination of them. (10) Waters--All of the salt and fresh water of the area of this state under the jurisdiction and trusteeship or ownership of the government of the State of Texas, all the volume of such water area, and all lands underlying such water area, and all lands subject to the jurisdiction of the commission underlying the beds of navigable streams, whether containing water or not, as defined in Texas Civil Statutes, Article 5302.