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Developing a State Water Plan Summary and Recommendations


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Title Developing a State Water Plan Summary and Recommendations
Creator Jones, Preston L. Chase, Daryl
Description Utah's growth is certain, but the extent and success of this growth will depend primarily on how wisely our water resources are developed and conserved. Even with potential development now authorized, Utah will get just over half the Colorado River water allocated to it under the Colorado River Compact. Ways and means must be found to utilize the rest. Underground water in Utah is more than enough to fill all of the existing man-made reservoirs, but the state has been slow to develop this...
Date 1962-11-01T08:00:00Z
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Publisher Hosted by Utah State University Libraries
Subject Underground reservoirs water development resource inventory public policy

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