Recommendations for Metering Agricultural Water Withdrawals in Georgia
Thomas, Daniel L.
Harrison, Kerry A.
Norton, Nancy A.
Hook, James E.
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The purpose of this short document is to provide general recommendations for approaches to measuring agricultural irrigation withdrawals from surface and ground water resources for the state of Georgia. With over 20,000 permitted withdrawals already in place, this will not be a trivial task. Many of these recommendations have been incorporated into House Bill 237 which was introduced during the 2003 legislative session in Georgia.
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