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NEW MELONES LAKE STANISLAUS RIVER, CALIFORNIA: SUPPLEMENTAL DATA ON USE OF CONSERVATION YIELD (SUPPLEMENTAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT)
Summary Report. Southeast Conference on Ground Water Management, Birmingham, Alabama, January 30-31, 1980
Changes in the hydrologic equilibrium of a river basin resulting from resource development also produce changes in the quality pattern. since the burden of quality maintenance must be shared by users (just as are quantities) predictions are needed for quality changes which might result from contemplated development at any specified location within the river system. This study reports the development of a computer simulation model of the water and salt flow systems within the Upper Colorado River Basin. Because of the close relationship between the hydrologic and salinity flow systems, an understanding of the hydrologic system is essential to successful management of the salinity system. In this study development...
LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION FUND ACT (THE APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION, TENNESSEE VALLEY AUTHORITY, THE WATER RESOURCES COUNCIL, AND CERTAIN DEPARTMENTS)
(SANTA ROSA, SONOMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, SEWER COLLECTION AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM), (DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT)
BROOMFIELD, COLORADO WATER TRANSMISSION LINE, PROJECT WSP CO-08-00-0110, BROOMFIELD, COLORADO (DRAFT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT)