Georgia's Water Allocation Proposal: The Motivation for Adopting the Inevitable Drought Ideology
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The Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) river basin is a complex natural water system which simultaneously supports many different purposes. These purposes have overlapped in recent years to contribute to an interstate conflict between the states of Georgia, the upstream party, and the states of Florida and Alabama, the downstream parties. This paper seeks to inform the reader on the issue of water allocation in the stated basin. Upon updating the reader of the issue, the paper shall address several issues which combine to display Georgia's motivation for adopting the ideology of preparation for an inevitable drought. While reporting on the research, the author makes no attempt to personally represent any organization, group, or other entity that the author is affiliated with, including any organization which may be explicitly or implicitly referred to in the text.