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The water resources in Tennessee are likely to be stressed in the future by factors such as population increase, urban and suburban development, climate change, and other competing demands. Water-resource managers and policy makers will need accurate water-use data for regional water-supply planning including infrastructure investment, conservation, and cost-recovery strategies. Quantifying public-supply and self-supplied industrial water use and relating the use to effects on -water resources and natural hydrologic systems; is important for the public and policy makers. This dataset includes public-supply water-use and self-supplied industrial water-use information for the State of Tennessee in 2010. Public supply...
Note: Data release is currently under revision Understanding water use needed for irrigation is central to water-resource planning and public decision making. Meeting this basic need requires accurate estimates of water withdrawals for irrigated lands and an understanding of how factors driving water-use needs are likely to change in the future. In order to assist local decision makers in Tennessee, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), in cooperation with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Division of Water Resources (TDEC–DWR), evaluated past water-use and irrigation data to understand the effect of irrigation on groundwater resources in select counties in Tennessee. The irrigation data for...


    map background search result map search result map Water Use in Tennessee, 2010 Irrigated acreage in Tennessee Counties, 1934 to 2012 (Under revision) Water Use in Tennessee, 2010 Irrigated acreage in Tennessee Counties, 1934 to 2012 (Under revision)