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Ground-water-use trends in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, 1880-1980
M. A. Horn
by U.S. Geological Survey, Open-File Services Section, Western Distribution Branch, U.S. Geological Survey in St. Paul, Minn, Lakewood, Colo
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 34-37.
|Statement||by M.A. Horn ; prepared in cooperation with the Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities and Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.|
|Series||Water-resources investigations report -- 83-4033.|
|Contributions||Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities Area., Minnesota. Dept. of Natural Resources., Geological Survey (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 37 p. :|
|Number of Pages||37|
Twin Cities metropolitan area of Minnesota was estimated by five methods. Mean recharge estimated as a percentage (27 percent) of precipitation ranged from to in./yr across the study area. The median recharge estimated from automated analyses of . Browsing subject area: Water use (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Water use. Here are entered works on the various uses of water. Works on quantities of water used are entered under Water consumption. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms.
This regional map is partly a compilation of existing maps of bedrock geology in the metropolitan area and partly a remapping of bedrock in areas where the existing maps were out of date because of the acquisition of new subsurface by: 1. The Citizen-Assisted Monitoring Program (CAMP) is an MCES managed program where citizen volunteers monitor the water quality of Twin Cities area lakes. A total of CAMP lakes were monitored in.
Water conservation in the Twin Cities Metropolitan Area is defined in this report as "any beneficial reduction in water use or in water losses". Two types ofwater conservation are described: long-termconservation and short-termwater use reductions. Water conservation practices by water suppliers can be classified under two types. In the Twin Cities metro, Ramsey and Hennepin counties each grew percent. Washington County grew percent, and Anoka and Dakota counties each grew percent during the month period.
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Detailed ground-water-use information from to has been collected and analyzed for the Twin Cities metropolitan area. Interpretation of historic water-use data was required to help water-resource planners and managers assess future trends in water : M.A.
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In the Twin Cities metropolitan area, this is an abundant but finite and vulnerable resource. Groundwater is the source of drinking water for 75% of the people in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Groundwater also flows into many of our lakes and rivers, supporting the recreational. Twin Cities Metropolitan Area (TCMA) Watersheds and is supported by the Clean Water Legacy funds provided by the State of Minnesota.
Watershed Metro Map. There are 33 watershed districts (WD) and watershed management organizations (WMO) in the Twin Cities Metro Area. Click on a WD/WMO to learn more about it. The Metropolitan Council is currently analyzing longterm trends in chlor- ide concentrations for some of the streams in the metro area.
The results of the analyses will be available on the Metropolitan Council’s. Stream Monitoring and Assessment webpage. The. Metropolitan Council Stream Water Quality Summary for the TCMA found that current. Metropolitan Council plays critical role. Inthe Minnesota Legislature required the Council to create a Twin Cities Metropolitan Area Master Water Supply Plan (Master Plan).
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(editor) Edition: Reprint Book condition: Very Good Jacket condition: No Dustjacket Book Description Wilmington, Ohio, U.S.A.: Hygienic Productions, very good in softcover in. MINNESOTA’S WATER SUPPLY: Natural Conditions and Human Impacts Comparison of surface water and ground water use Figure 3.
Total water use by type 0 Billions of Gallons Other Irrigation Industrial includes the Twin Cities metropolitan area. needs of the metropolitan area” (MN Statutes, Sec.
) o Twin Cities Metropolitan Area Master Water Supply Plan – o Ensure a sustainable water supply for current and future generations o legislation - Advisory Committee (MAWSAC) o State agencies, Counties, Municipalities/utilities 3 2. This dataset contains historic residential per capita water demand for, and for each municipal water supply system in the Twin Cities metropolitan area.
Data was compiled by the Metropolitan Council from Minnesota Department of Natural Resources supplemental water use information submitted annually by municipal water utilities.
Activity Stream. Data Administrator updated the dataset Historic Residential Per Capita Demand - Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota 3 months ago.
Data Administrator updated the dataset Historic Residential Per Capita Demand - Twin Cities Metropolitan Area, Minnesota 4 months ago. Data Administrator updated the dataset Historic Residential Per Capita Demand - Twin Cities Metropolitan Area. Horn, M.A.,Ground-water-use trends in the Twin Cities metropolitan area, Minnesota, U.S.
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