6 edition of Groundwater Management in the West found in the catalog.
November 1, 1999
by University of Nebraska Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||319|
The Groundwater Year Book gives details on the data collection network, aquifer systems represented, existing and emerging groundwater issues and an "overview of groundwater development and management strategies". Keeping in view the users from academic circles, information on the administrative setup, physiography, landuse, geology, and soil. "An insightful, behind-the-scenes look into water management in the West. The book not only explores the daunting challenges of growth and drought, but most importantly, highlights the many collaborative solutions that are the real, untold story of the last 15 years of the Colorado River.".
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Figure 8. Example of poor management of a spring on NFS lands. Figure 9. Water well instrumented for water-level data collection, satellite transmission, and real-time reporting on the Internet. Figure Ground water development near a stream can reduce streamflow and harm riparian vegetation, requiring management decisions to restore the system.
Though the groundwater development is significant in the area, the detail study on aquifer condition and effective groundwater management practices are yet to be evaluated. Hoping to bring overtaxed groundwater basins back into balance, the California legislature passed the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act (Sgma) in to begin regulating groundwater for the Author: Susie Cagle.
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In this timely assessment of the West’s groundwater resources, the authors provide a detailed overview of groundwater management in the Western states. The authors present for each state the various management strategies, laws, and political realities that have made groundwater appropriation Cited by: Buy Groundwater Management in the West on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Groundwater Management in the West: Jeffrey S., and Smith, Zachary A.
Ashloey: : Books Skip to main content5/5(1). Groundwater in the West covers the use, management, laws, and politics of groundwater in the West. The first chapter provides an overview of important groundwater management and policy issues.
Each of the subsequent chapters presents a brief description of the water environment in each of the 19 states and the major groundwater regions in the Edition: 1.
Summary: Provides an overview of groundwater management in 19 western states of United States. This book presents for each state various management strategies, laws, and political realities that have made groundwater appropriation such a volatile subject.
It identifies appropriate management techniques for protecting water supplies for future use. Sustainable Groundwater.
Through interdisciplinary research and engagement with water sector stakeholders, we identify and develop solutions for more effective groundwater management and policy. Learn more Throughout the West, groundwater pumping occurs at unsustainable levels.
This practice jeopardizes the primary water supply for many. Groundwater is a public interest resource, meaning that it is publicly owned, in most western states (e.g. Idaho § 42–A; Kansas § 82a(a); Utah § ). Consequently, effective groundwater management is important to sustainably serve the public by meeting domestic and agricultural water by: A comprehensive, self-sufficient and up-to-date text providing complete information on various aspects of groundwater assessment, Groundwater Management in the West book and management.
It gives a balanced presentation of theory and field practice using a multidisciplinary approach to aid in solving problems from a variety of data bases. The coverage in this book includes: Aquifer tests and evaluation of aquifer.
This Groundwater Management Strategy is a blueprint for increased opportunity for the horticultural industry and local community as it outlines strategies for sustainable use of the resource.
management of ground water resources should involve a combination of supply side and demand side measures depending on the regional setting.
As far as ground water resource availability is concerned the share of alluvial areas covering Eastern Plain states of Bihar, Orissa (part), Eastern Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal andFile Size: KB. Groundwater Management Areas.
Groundwater Management Areas were created "in order to provide for the conservation, preservation, protection, recharging, and prevention of waste of the groundwater, and of groundwater reservoirs or their subdivisions, and to control subsidence caused by withdrawal of water from those groundwater reservoirs or their subdivisions, consistent with the objectives of.
Groundwater Management This agricultural well is one of many in Colusa County that helps to develop databases for groundwater levels. If you’re like 30 million of your California neighbors, there is groundwater under your feet.
management strategies or tools discussed includethe National Water Resource Strategy 2 (NWRS), the Groundwater Strategythe guidelinefor the assessment, planning and management of groundwater resources in South Africa and the NORAD toolkit. Although these tools are well developed for the management of groundwater, there are deficiencies inFile Size: 1MB.
Groundwater provides up to 60 percent of California's water supply, contributes to stream flow, and supports many ecosystems. Despite its importance, groundwater went unregulated until passage of the Sustainable Groundwater management act in (SGMA).
It discusses past and present practices and various aspects of the regulatory and legal framework of groundwater management in Japan, China, India, Iran, Australia, the United States, Spain, Denmark, Switzerland and the European Union, and reviews recent efforts to improve the management of transboundary aquifer resources.
The Southwest Kansas Groundwater Management District (GMD3) is located in the heart of the irrigation/agri-business, industrial complex overlying the Ogallala Aquifer. The district was organized to conserve groundwater resources, prevent economic deterioration, and provide for the stabilization of agriculture by establishing the right of local.
strengthened groundwater management and policy across the region. Many critical gaps remain and therefore this book represents a small milestone in a much longer journey towards the evolution of sustainable agricultural groundwater development and the Millennium development goals.
Colin Chartres director generalCited by: Groundwater Management in the West is a comprehensive, accurate, and easy to read overview ofgroundwater in each ofthe region'sstates. All water practitioners, educators, and students with an interest in groundwater orthe West would find the bookworthwhile.
David E. Kromm, Department ofGeography, Kansas State University. The book provides the one-step platform to get sufficient details about groundwater aquifers, hydrogeology, groundwater status, impacts on groundwater environment and responses (technology, policy, institutional, etc.) deployed in the case studies cities, and therefore, provides a snap-shot of Asian groundwater environments.
Groundwater, the invisible water supply, is becoming more visible in dialogues on the challenges of meeting the world’s food, energy and water needs. The governance and management of this resource will often be at the scale of the source by: 3. William: There are two sides to California – there are places in California that are world leaders in managing groundwater, like Orange County Water District and Santa Clara Valley and parts of Los Angeles.
Then there is the rest of the state – it was the last western state to regulate : Tara Lohan. Groundwater Management Associates, Inc. (GMA) conducted a comprehensive analysis of the hydrostratigraphic framework of the groundwater system in Onslow County.
The first phase of the study included gathering, compiling, evaluating, and synthesizing field and drilling data, geophysical logs, aquifer test data, and water-quality data from almost wells, borings, and surface exposures.Inin a remarkable effort that might seem impossible today, the desert state of Arizona protected its water resources by passing the celebrated Groundwater Management Act, a landmark law in the history of the American West.
This film is the story of that achievement.Participatory Groundwater Management. More than 2 billion people worldwide depend on groundwater for their daily water supply.
Major agricultural economies (North China, South Asia, North Africa/Middle East) depend on groundwater. This has in many areas come at a price: falling groundwater tables and deteriorating groundwater quality.