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Freshwater Supply: Statesí Views of How Federal Agencies Could Help Them Meet the Challenges of Expected Shortages
The widespread drought conditions of 2002 focused

Our Price: $30.00
By Barry T. Hill (au)
Year: 2003
Pages: 110
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 1422304493

The widespread drought conditions of 2002 focused attention on a critical nat. challenge: ensuring a sufficient freshwater supply to sustain quality of life & economic growth. States have primary responsibility for managing the allocation & use of water resources, but multiple federal agencies also play a role. For example, the Dept. of Interiorís Bureau of Reclamation operates numerous water storage facilities, & the U.S. Geologic Survey collects surface & groundwater info. This report determines the current conditions & future trends for U.S. water avail. & use, the likelihood of shortages & their potential consequences, & statesí views on how fed. activities could better support state water management efforts to meet future demands. Illustrations.

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