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Domestic, Municipal and Industrial Water Uses Contextual Narrative



Contributors
Kimberly Shaffer;
Abstract
The Domestic, Municipal and Industrial Water Uses contextual narrative provides a general description of water use in the Upper Great Lakes Basin, including baseline water withdrawals and consumptive use, potential trends in water withdrawals, how water withdrawal and waste-water facilities adapt to changing water levels, and how legislation has and may affect water use. The drivers that may affect water use are also considered, and performance indicators that may be used to measure the impacts of low or high lake levels on water use were presented and discussed in the context of their use in regulation plan formulation and evaluation.
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Water Uses Contextual Narrative
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Main Topics
Lake Superior Regulation
Questions We Asked
Can a regulation plan be designed to perform better than Plan 1977A?
What constitutes improved plan performance?
Tasks
Water Uses Evaluation
Contextual Narratives