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Freshwater: Supply Concerns Continue, and Uncertainties Complicate Planning
Anne-Marie Fennell (au)
The nation's water bodies have long supplied Americans with abundantfreshwater, but recent events, such as the ongoing California drought, have focused attention on competing demands for this limited resource. In the U.S., the states are primarily responsible for managingfreshwater resources, and many federal agencies influence states'management decisions. In 2003, GAO issued a report providing an overview of trends in freshwater availability and use, as well as states' views on ways the federal government could assist states to help meet future water management challenges. This report, on changes since 2003, examines (1) issues related to freshwater availability and use; (2) expectations for water availability and use over the next 10 years and how these expectations may affect water planning; (3) steps, if any, states have taken to manage freshwater resources; and (4) actions, if any, federal agencies have taken to support management of freshwater availability and use and perspectives from state water managers, experts, and literature on what the federal government can do to enhance its support. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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