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Water use in Louisiana, 2000

Blaine P. Sargent

Water use in Louisiana, 2000

by Blaine P. Sargent

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Published by Dept. of Transportation and Development in Baton Rouge, La .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Louisiana
    • Subjects:
    • Water use -- Louisiana -- Statistics.,
    • Water withdrawals -- Louisiana -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby B. Pierre Sargent.
      GenreStatistics.
      SeriesWater resources special report ;, no. 15
      ContributionsLouisiana. Dept. of Transportation and Development. Water Resources Section., Geological Survey (U.S.)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTD224.L8 S27 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationvi, 133 p. :
      Number of Pages133
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3646910M
      LC Control Number2002485564
      OCLC/WorldCa50193325

      Louisiana Administrative Code (LAC) Ti Part IX, Chapter 11 - Surface Water Quality Standards (PDF) (47 pp, 4 MB) (Effective Febru ) State regulation establishing water quality standards for surface waters of the state. Please note that not all parts of this document are effective for Clean Water Act purposes. See cover page. Louisiana: Summary Population and Housing Characteristics Census of Population and Housing PHC, Louisiana Washington, DC, For sale by Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office water area measurements, and population density. The user notes section documents geographic.

      subsegment and also to define a change in land use/and what effects it may have on water quality standards. In response, Louisiana gathered as much information as possible from public noticing, the state’s water quality management plan, and available BMP cases studies regarding pollutant removal efficiencies and made a Size: 89KB. Uniform System of Accounts- An accounting system for use with water and wastewater utilities established by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) Water Service- Water service provided by a public utility, for a fee, to ten or more customers. Water service includes that service provided by FHA systems File Size: KB.

      According to water use in Louisiana, , ground water provides about 72% of the water for irrigation uses and 51% of the public supply uses statewide. Most industries and all rural users depend on ground water. In many areas of the state, aquifers yield good quality water that can be used with little or no treatment.   This Louisiana town has a serious problem with lead in its water. It won’t be the only one this year. St. Joseph, La., Mayor Elvadus Fields Jr. says problems with the town’s drinking water.


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Water Use in Louisiana, by John K. Lovelace. Pumpage of Water in Louisiana, by Dee L. Lurry. Pumpage of Water in Louisiana, by W. Walter. The Louisiana Legislature has directed the Department of Natural Resources to coordinate the management, preservation, conservation and protection of the state's water resources and has given authority for the agency to enter into cooperative agreements with water users for the withdrawal of surface water from the state's water bodies.

The USGS's National Water Use Information Program compiles and publishes the Nation's water-use data. Public access to some of these data is provided via the USGS Water Data for the Nation site (additional background).

Water use refers to water that is used for specific purposes. Water-use data is collected by area type (State, county, watershed or aquifer) and source.

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Advisory Committee for the Regulation and Control of Water Well Drillers. State and National Water Use Trends to the Year (). Water use in Louisiana Legis. Council, Research Study 1I, Water Problems in the Southeastern States. Industry, commerce, and public utilities in withdrew about 1, mgd from surface- and groundwater sources in the New Orleans area.

Most of the withdrawal was made from the Mississippi River. However, some withdrawal of surface water was made from Lake Pontchartrain. A large part of the withdrawal from both ground- and surface-water sources is available for reuse. Dr. Jimmy Guidry, state health officer at the Department of Health and Hospitals, confirms that water discoloration caused by iron is a common complaint across the state.

“There are probably several hundred water systems that deal with this,” Guidry said, out of approximately 1, local water systems in Louisiana. Total water withdrawals in Louisiana decreased by 17 percent from to Water withdrawal totals in Mgal/d in for various categories of use were as follows: public supply, industry-2, power generation-4, rural domestic, livestock, rice irrigation, general irrigation, and aquaculture as the "common law" concept of water rights, it is seemingly of civilian origin.4 Under this doctrine the sole requirement for use of water is possession of land abutting a stream.5 Different theories have been advanced concerning this right to use the water in adjacent streams.

The first is the "natural law" theory. From to the present, at least 28 tropical or subtropical cyclones affected the U.S. state of ing to David Roth of the Hydrometeorological Prediction Center (HPC), a tropical cyclone makes landfall along the coastline about two times every three years, and a hurricane makes landfall once every years.

The most active month for tropical cyclone activity in the. Forthe estimate of aquaculture water use for the United States was based on estimates of freshwater withdrawals for aquaculture in 19 States, rather than on estimates from all States. These 19 States included the 8 States with the largest water withdrawals for animal specialties inand 11 other States in which aquaculture water-use.

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A large part of its eastern boundary Largest city: New Orleans. 2 Water Use in Louisiana, Presentation of Data The water-use data in this repo rt are aggregated by category of use, parish, water source, aquifer, and surface-water basin.

The information is presented in several formats to offer a complete description of water use in. Louisiana is located at the junction of State Route 79 and US The former follows the Mississippi River for most of its length from Hannibal to St.

Charles latter enters Louisiana from Illinois via the Champ Clark Bridge, named for a former US Speaker of the House from nearby Bowling GreenCounty: Pike.

Find water department in Louisiana on Yellowbook. Get reviews and contact details for each business including videos, opening hours and more. Use your arrow buttons or scroll bar to move between code sections and pages in the document.

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New Louisiana Water Use Report Available Release Date: Aug New statistics on the use of water in Louisiana are presented in a recent report by the United States Geological Survey.The report, "Water Use in Louisiana, ," presents statistics on water withdrawn from ground and surface-water sources for various uses.

The USGS, in cooperation with the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, has collected and published water withdrawal and use information on a five-year basis since