Interbasin Transfers of Water
Cole, Dargan (Scott), Sr.
Carver, William Bradley
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Population growth, environmental constraints and climate change can adversely affect water supply systems’ ability to keep up with demand. Officials with state and local jurisdictions struggle to evaluate demand-side solutions — conservation and growth management; and supply-side solutions — additional storage either through reservoirs or ASR. One potential solution, the interbasin transfer of water (IBT), continues to intrigue water supply managers and generate controversy with downstream users and landowners.
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