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State water use and socioeconomic data related to the second national water assessment
|Statement||prepared for the U.S. Water Resources Council ; by the Oak Ridge National Laboratory.|
|Contributions||Water Resources Council (U.S.), Oak Ridge National Laboratory.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
Suggested Citation:"Appendix A: Narrative Description of State Water Use Data Collection Programs." National Research Council. Estimating Water Use in the United States: A New Paradigm for the National Water-Use Information Program. Washington, DC: . tion will benefit water-resources managers who need, but often lack, the data required to implement effec tive water-quality management actions and evaluate long-term changes in water quality. The effects of land- and water-use practices on ground-water resources is a primary concern of water-resource managers, planners, Federal, State and Cited by:
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Get this from a library. State water use and socioeconomic data related to the Second national water assessment: consultant report. [Water Resources Council (U.S.); Oak Ridge National Laboratory.;]. Nation's water and related land resources and to prepare periodic assess- and Environmental Data, contains the socioeconomic baseline ("") and growth projections ( and ) on which the water-supply and water-use projections are based.
This appendix presents two sets of data. The Second National Water Assessment and its data. About the Program. The USGS implemented the National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program in to develop long-term consistent and comparable information on streams, rivers, ground water, and aquatic systems in support of national, regional, State, and local information needs and decisions related to water-quality management and policy.
Problems affecting usefulness of the national water assessment, Water Resources Council by United States (Book) Water resources planning act amendments of report to accompany S. by State water use and socioeconomic data related to the Second national water assessment. Then click the back arrow to return to the regional data.
Use the drop-down to view data by Water Use Category (irrigation, livestock, manufacturing, mining, municipal, and steam-electric power).
Note: projected socioeconomic impacts are regional impacts, not just for the selected county. Concepts for National Assessment of Water Availability and Use Circular U.S.
Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Second National Water Assessment in (U.S. Water Resources Council, ). It has policy-related data linking the institutional and phys-ical environments. The scope and magnitude of anFile Size: 1MB. In MayUSGCRP released a memo outlining the decisions regarding climate-related scenarios and the rationale around them.
2 Specifically, USGCRP decided to use the RCPs 3, 4 and associated model results from the Climate Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 (CMIP5) 5 that underpinned the IPCC 5th Assessment Report (AR5), completed in Cited by: 6.
Recommendations for National Water Indicators • Indicators –key to water quality information • NWQMC & states/ state organizations like ASIWPCA – play active role in national indicators development • Rely on multiple data sources – national surveys/networks (e.g.
EPA NARS, USGS stream gaging network) AND state data, including state. Water Resources Council (U.S.): State water use and socioeconomic data related to the second national water assessment: consultant report prepared for the U.S. Water Resources Council / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.
Water Resources Council, ), also by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (page images at HathiTrust) Water Resources Council (U.S.). Elements of a State Water Monitoring and Assessment Program. Monitoring Program Strategy. The State has a comprehensive monitoring program strategy that serves all water quality management needs and addresses all State water, including all waterbody types (e.g., streams, rivers, lakes, Great Lakes, reservoirs, estuaries, coastal areas, wetlands, and groundwater).
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The state of water resources in the research area indicates a decreasing trend under the driver and increasing pressure on water resources with a state of in and in Social and economic development demands an increasing water supply, and increasing living standards lead to a higher per-capita water by: These effects scale up to the national economy and across to other sectors, creating longer-term hazards and vulnerabilities.
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InFile Size: 1MB. The National Water-Use Information Program (NWUIP) is responsible for the collection and dissemination of data on the use of water resources within the United States.
This is the nation’s only assessment of such data. As the nation’s source of unbiased science-based information on water. We provide a critical assessment of extant literature on water–energy–food nexus using bibliometric analysis within the last 2 years.
Using the keyword “Water-Energy-Food” from to in Scopus, data on documents after preprocessing were used for further investigations. We found that scholarly research on water–energy–food Cited by: 3. REPORT ON THE STATE OF WATER Prishtinë, the National Water Strategy remains one of the key priorities of the sector.
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