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2006 Regional Plan

 
Cover 2006 Regional Water Plan
Executive Summary
Table of Contents 2006 Region A Water Plan
Chapter 1Planning Area Description
Chapter 2Review and Revision of Population and Water Demand Projections
Chapter 3Water Supply Analysis
Table 3-23-25
Chapter 4 - Identification, Evaluation and Selection of Water Management Strategies
Table 4.2
Chapter 5Impacts of Selected Water Management Strategies on Key Parameters of Water Quality and Impacts of Moving Water from Rural and Agricultural Areas
Chapter 6Water Conservation and Drought Management Recommendations
Chapter 7Description of How the Regional Water Plan is Consistent with Long-term Protection of the State’s Water Resources, Agricultural Resources and Natural Resources
Chapter 8Unique Stream Segments, Reservoir Sites and Legislative Recommendations for the Panhandle Water Planning Area
Chapter 9Report to Legislature on Water Infrastructure Funding Recommendations
Chapter 10Plan Adoption and Public Participation
Appendix ADB 07 Texas Water Development Board Guidance
Appendix BWater Management Strategies, County Summary Memorandums
Appendix CModel Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plans
Appendix DTexas Water Development Board Groundwater Availability Modeling Reports
Appendix EWater management Strategy Cost Estimates
Appendix FArkansas River Shiner Management Plan for the Canadian River
Appendix G - PWPG Function Chart Detail Listing
Appendix HPWPG Summary of Hours and Travel
Appendix IPWPG Committee Listing
Appendix JComments Received on the Initially Prepared Plan and Responses
Appendix K Contributing Entities and Organizations
Appendix LSample Initially Prepared Plan Public Hearing Presentation
Appendix MSample Website Page
Appendix NMarek, Thomas, et al. Agricultural – (Irrigation and Livestock) Water Demand Projections, Texas A&M Agriculture Research and Extension Center, November 2004
Appendix ODutton, Alan, Analysis of Selected Groundwater Quality Trends in the Panhandle Water Planning Area, Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin. June 2005
Appendix PAmoson, S., Almas, L.,Bretz, F.,Marek, T. Impacts of Selected Water Management Strategies on key Parameters of Water Quality and Impacts of Moving Water from Rural and Agricultural Areas – Task 5 Memorandum. Texas A&M Agricultural Research and Extension Center. June 2005
Appendix QAmosson, S. et al. Water Management Strategies for Reducing Irrigation Demands in Region A. Texas A&M Agricultural Research and Extension Center. June 2005
Appendix RDutton, Alan. Adjustment of Parameters to Improve the Calibration of the Groundwater Model of the Ogallala Aquifer. Bureau of Economic Geology, University of Texas at Austin. May 2004
Appendix SNorvell, Stuart, Kluge, Kevin. Socioeconomic Impacts of Unmet Water Needs in the Panhandle Water Planning Area. TWDB Office of Water Resources Planning. May 2005
Appendix TGuerrero, B., et al. Natural Gas Price Impact on Irrigated Agriculture Water Demands. Texas A&M Agriculture Research and Extension Center
Appendix UWell Metering Report. Texas A&M Agricultural Research and Extension Center
Appendix VExtended Hydrology Report: Modifications to the Canadian River Basin WAM to Assess Surface Water Supplies in Region A. Freese and Nichols, Inc. August 2005
Appendix WVulnerability Assessment for Lake Meredith and Lake Palo Duro. Freese and Nichols, Inc. August 2005
Appendix XDutton, Alan and Sunil Mehta. Simulation of Elevated TDS Concentrations in the Ogallala Aquifer, Roberts County, Texas. Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin. September 2004
TCEQ Run 8
2005 Groundwater Availability Water Table
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