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Water Availability and Use Pilot-A multiscale assessment in the U.S. Great Lakes Basin

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Water Availability and Use Pilot-A multiscale assessment in the U.S. Great Lakes Basin; 2011; PP; 1778; Reeves, Howard W.

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Beginning in 2005, water availability and use were assessed for the U.S. part of the Great Lakes Basin through the Great Lakes Basin Pilot of a U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) national assessment of water availability and use. The goals of a national assessment of water availability and use are to clarify our understanding of water-availability status and trends and improve our ability to forecast the balance between water supply and demand for future economic and environmental uses. This report outlines possible approaches for full-scale implementation of such an assessment. As such, the focus of this study was on collecting, compiling, and analyzing a wide variety of data to define the storage and dynamics of water resources and quantify [...]

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