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Land use implications of surface water allocations

Vernon Edward George

Land use implications of surface water allocations

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Published by University of North Carolina, Institute of Government in Chapel Hill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water resources development

  • Edition Notes

    StatementVernon Edward George, assisted by a grant from the United States Public Health Service
    SeriesWater resource papers -- no. 16., U.N.C. water resource papers -- no. 16.
    ContributionsUniversity of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Institute of Government
    The Physical Object
    Pagination42 p. ;
    Number of Pages42
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25585636M

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Surface Water Allocation and Management. In the U.S. there are some differences regionally in how surface water allocations are handled. In large part these differences arose historically and have been modified and given legal standing.

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Yuan et al. investigated the effect of land use change on surface runoff and sediment yield in Taihang Mountains and concluded that when land use was changed to % of cropland, mixed crop/forest land, mixed crop/shrub land, and mixed crop/grass land, the total runoff and sediment yield were increased due to loss of forest and shrub land by: 2.

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Surface water quality is vulnerable to pollution due to human activities. The upper reach of the Hun River is an important water source that supplies 52 % of the storage capacity of the Dahuofang Reservoir, the largest reservoir for drinking water in Northeast China, which is suffering from various human-induced changes in land use, including deforestation, Cited by: 5.

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The ULI/Larson Forum on Land Use Policy,“Water and the Future of Land Development,” considered the use and real estate implications of water availability. states now are taking a look at improving their water laws to clarify how allocations are made in times of scarcity. Land use impacts on surface water quality by statistical approaches K.

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Assign Surface Water Allocation’: 1. Rules and Regulations The assignment of water allocation is considered in accordance with the rules and regulations set out in the Water Management Act and any relevant Water Sharing Plan(s) in force at the time of the application. People and Land: A Brief History.

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Non-riparian owner: The owner of land that is not contiguous to surface water and who has not obtained access to surface water by lease, easement or other method prior to March 1, BB. Non-riparian water right: A permit issued under these regulations to use excess surface water. through the Commission's Size: KB.

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Aroundsquare kilometre (sq km) of the world’s land surface has changed to water in the past 30 years, a new research has the same period,sq km of water covered surface also turned to land. The highest conversion from land to water was observed in the Tibetan Plateau—7, sq kms.

Box O-- Effects of nitrogen use on the quality of ground water and surface water 62 Box P -- Effects of pesticide application to agricultural lands on the quality of ground water and surface water 64 Box Q-- Effects of surface-water reservoirs on the interaction of ground water and surface water Click here for DISCLAIMER Document starts on next page TITLE: Technical Guidance Manual for Performing Wasteload Allocations, Book II: Streams and Rivers - Part 1: Biochemical Oxygen Demand/Dissolved Oxygen and Nutrients/Eutrophication EPA DOCUMENT NUMBER: EPAB DATE: March ABSTRACT As part of ongoing efforts to keep EPA's.

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Evaluate the amount of water lost through regional appropriation of natural watersheds by agriculture and urban development, to generate guidelines for land use allocation in areas still not developed and for changes in current land use.

Lower Canning River surface water allocation plan – draft for public comment Department of Water vii Summary The Department of Water uses allocation plans to manage how water is taken from surface water and groundwater systems, taking into account the social and cultural values and ecological needs of those systems.

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Y. Tong* and Wenli Chen Geography Department, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OHUSA Received 21 September ; accepted 29 April It is widely known that watershed hydrology is dependent on many factors, including land use, climate, and soil.Whicher area surface water management plan – allocation: draft for public comment Department of Water iii Foreword This draft plan provides water users and the wider community the opportunity to comment on the Department of Water’s proposed management approach for surface water in the Whicher plan area in the south-west of the state.When used in conjunction with surface water for irrigation, pumped groundwater serves two roles: to increase the quantity of and to mitigate fluctuations in the supply of water.

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