Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. An Organizational Overview Tony Walker Director, DFW Region. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.By thuy
Texas Commission on Environmental Quality. An Organizational Overview Tony Walker Director, DFW Region. Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.By jbare
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Water Availability. Water Resources Planning and Management Daene C. McKinney. Only this portion is renewable. Global Water Resources. saline (salt) water: 10 to 100g/L (34g/L) brackish water: 1 to 10g/L (treatable) Fresh water: <1g/L (drinkable).
Water Availability. Transboundary Waters. Only this portion is renewable. Global Water Resources. Total = 1,386,000,000 km3 Fresh = 35,029,000 km3 (2.5% of total). Principal sources of fresh water for human activities 44,800 km 3. Global Water Cycle. Global Water Availability.
Water Availability. 1996 Texas drought Governor Bush asks “how much water do we have? How much are we using? How much do we need?” -- Ooops. No good answers! 1997 Senate Bill 1 passed by Legislature Regionalizes water planning in Texas and establishes surface water availability modeling
WATER AVAILABILITY. Total availability of water in earth-1.37X18 8 M ha m. Fresh water – 2.8 %. Saline water – 97.2%. Groundwater- 0.6%. Surface water – 2.2%. Lakes & reservoirs – 0.01% Streams – 0.0001% Water vapour in atm. - 0.001% Soil moisture – 0.002%. Glaciers – 2.15 %.
Changing Water Availability. Venkat Lakshmi. The Science issue 25 AUGUST 2006 "Freshwater Resources" Vol. 313 (#5790) Pages 1016-1145 has devoted an entire section to the description of freshwater issues, namely- Global water cycle and freshwater supply Pollutants in the aquatic system
GROUND-WATER AVAILABILITY. Planning for Sustainable Future Water Supplies South of the C&D Canal. Delaware Geological Survey – January 2007. OVERVIEW. CONCEPTS HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE CURRENT STATUS PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE. Delaware Geological Survey – January 2007. MAJOR CONCEPTS.
How will coupled human and biophysical systems shape and be shaped by water availability?. Community input and refinement. Theory Algorithms Parameterizations. Experimentation Feedback analysis. Data fusion Spatial statistics Assimilation. Earth system models (CSDMS) CESM ESMICs.
Regional Water Availability Rulemaking. Chip Merriam Water Resources Advisory Commission February 8, 2007. Scope of Presentation. Development of rule concepts: Where have we been? Overview of Proposed Rule including Stakeholder comments and responses. Where have we been?.
NS SHARE N orth S outh Sh ared A quatic Re sources PAF Meeting 27 th April, Monaghan Tony McNally Project Co-ordinator. Water Matters Document Availability. Hard Copy – Approx. 3000 copies per RBD – 22 nd June Advance copy available to PAF/ACs at beginning of June