Estimated water use in Ohio, 1990
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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Dept. of the Interior, [Denver, Colo., Books and Open-File Reports Section, distributors] in [Reston, Va.] .
Written in English


  • Water use -- Ohio,
  • Water quality -- Ohio

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SeriesWater fact sheet, Open-file report -- 94-48, U.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 94-48
ContributionsGeological Survey (U.S.)
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v
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Open LibraryOL13618356M

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Get this from a library! Estimated water use in Ohio, reservoir evaporation data.. [R M Timmons; Geological Survey (U.S.)]. Every five years, data at the county level are compiled into a national water-use data system and State-level data are published in a national circular, Estimated Use of Water in the United States. The National Water Use Science Project, part of the National Water Census, is responsible for compiling and disseminating the nation's water-use data. ESTIMATED WATER USE IN OHIO, Reservoir Evaporation Data Introduction Our Nation's social and economic development has depended on and will continue to depend on the availability of usable water. In , the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) began publishing water-use data on a national level every 5 years to assist in theAuthor: R.M. Timmons. – 11 gpl –present (water efficient)– gpl (typical) (If you hand-wash your dishes, assume 2 1/2 gallons of water each time.) Worksheet 1: Your Family’s Current Daily Water Use 1) Fill in the number of household members, or the information requested, in the first Estimated miscellaneous water use = gal/day 3) Add File Size: 49KB.

Chapter COUNTY WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS. County water supply system definitions. As used in this chapter: (A) "Public water supply facilities," "water supply facilities," "water supply improvement," or "improvement" means, without limiting the generality of those terms, water wells and well fields, springs, lakes, rivers, streams, or other sources of water supply, intakes, pumping. WATER USE IN OHIO, by R. Michael Hathaway and Michael Eberle ABSTRACT The estimated water use in Ohio for all purposes in million gallons per day (Mgal/d). Of this total, 15, million gallons per day were taken from surface water while the remaining 1, million gallons per day represent ground-water by: 1. The Columbus Public Water System was ranked as the top offender, serving about million after violating the Safe Drinking Water Act for having unacceptable levels of Nitrates in the : Kara Driscoll. Figure The quintennial median center of mining water use has exhibited an extensive shift within the ORB since The median center was located in southern Ohio then shifted southeast into West Virginia in A shift in water-use (or perhaps in the reporting process) occurred between and because the median.

EPA > Water > How We Use Water In These United States feedlots, fish farms, and other farm needs. Estimated annual water use for irrigation remained at about the same level between and , with approximately 63 percent of the water used for irrigation in coming from surface Size: KB. The Sewer and Water Rate Survey’s central purpose is to collect and publish Ohio residential sewer and water rates. rates were collected for the twenty-ninth annual Sewer and Water Rate Survey, conducted by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Ohio EPA sent survey questionnaires to municipalities and districts andFile Size: 2MB. 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 such as rivers or. where: EMSL = estimated material service life (years), pH = pH of the water, Slope = pipe invert slope (%), Sediment = sediment depth in pipe invert (inches), and Rise = vertical pipe diameter (inches). The Hurd model was developed for conditions where the pH is less than