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Domestic, Municipal and Industrial Water Uses Coping Zones

Richard Bartz;Pat Inch
Coping zones were developed for domestic, municipal and industrial water users based on literature review, survey of facilities and questionnaires. These zones delineates a range of water levels having varying impacts on water users: Zone A reflects levels the water uses interest would find tolerable; Zone B reflects the range of water level conditions that would have unfavourable though not irreversible impacts on the interest; and, Zone C indicates the range of water level conditions that would have severe, long-lasting or permanent adverse impacts on the water uses interest.
Summary Report on Water Uses Coping Zone Development
Summary Tables on Water Uses Coping Zones
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Adaptive Management
Questions We Asked
How vulnerable are interest groups to extremes?
Key Findings
Interests can adapt to historical range of levels; beyond this adaptive responses may be required
Apply adaptive management to address extremes
Water Uses Evaluation
Coping Zones