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Great Lakes diversions and Consumptive uses
International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board.
by International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board in [Washington, D.C. ; Ottawa]
Written in English
|Statement||by the International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board (under the reference of February 21, 1977).|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 v. : ill., maps ; 28 cm.|
|Number of Pages||28|
While the Great Lakes Compact’s language about diversions refers specifically to areas outside the Basin, its definition of “Public Water Supply Purposes” has a more general tone. That language refers to “water distributed to the public through a physically connected system of treatment, storage, and distribution facilities,” which. International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board () Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses. International Joint Commission, Washington Google Scholar International Lake Superior Board of Control () Regulation of Lake Superior: Plan Development, Cited by:
Michigan has about streams (rivers and creeks) with a combined length of 36, miles (58, km) and ab lakes and ponds. Michigan borders four of the five Great Lakes and is a signatory to the Great Lakes Compact. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is responsible for the management of Michigan's water resources. However, no diversions to these areas are currently planned. In the International Joint Commission reported on consumptive uses and effects of existing diversions into and out of the Great Lakes system. It showed that irrigation had a greater impact on water supply than engineering diversions.
Diversion means transfer of water from one watershed to another. In the IJC reported on a study of the effects of existing diversions into and out of the Great Lakes system and on consumptive uses. "Consumptive use" measures the difference between the amount of water that is withdrawn and the amount that is returned to the waterway after use. Water pipelines and diversions in the Great Lakes basin: Proceedings of an international symposium (Department of Geography publication series) Unknown Binding – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. The Amazon Book Review.
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The Great Lakes Regional Water Use Database has been around for over 20 years. Originally, it was established by the Great Lakes states and provinces in response to the recommendation of the Great Lakes Charter ofwhich calls for a uniform, consistent base of data of Great Lakes water withdrawals, diversions and consumptive uses.
Diversion and Consumptive Use." The following discussion is not a comprehensive overview of the is-sue, nor is it intended to be. Rather, it highlights: the emergence of the diversion and consumptive use issue as a lead-ing regional policy consideration;-the characteristics and impacts of existing Great Lakes diversions and consumptive uses;Cited by: 3.
International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board. Great Lakes diversions and consumptive uses. Ottawa, Ont.: International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board,  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board.
Get this from a library. Great Lakes diversions and consumptive uses: annex F consumptive water use: report to the International Joint Commission. [International Great Lakes Diversions and Consumptive Uses Study Board.; International Joint Commission.;].
The term consumptive use refers to any quantity of water that is withdrawn from the Great Lakes system and not returned. Current consumptive uses of the lakes include drinking water for humans and livestock, irrigation, and industrial uses. Due to the large volume of water in the Great Lakes, consumptive use has only a minor effect on water levels.
These diversions and consumptive uses may affect water levels on the Great Lakes and in so doing, indirectly affect the potential for hydroelectric-power production at Niagara Falls.
Water levels are also a concern for shoreline property owners, as high levels cause beach erosion and low levels raise concerns for shipping and pleasure-craft. The Council of Great Lakes Governors (CGLG) - a partnership of the governors of the eight Great Lakes states and the Canadian provincial premiers of Ontario and Quebec - was tasked with creating a new common conservation standard to manage water diversions, withdrawals, and consumptive use : Pervaze A.
Sheikh, Cynthia Brougher. In l, the IJC reported on a study of the effects of existing diversions into and out of the Great Lakes system and on consumptive uses.
Until this study, consumptive use had not been considered significant for the Great Lakes because the volume of water in the system is so large. EPA B THE GREAT LAKES An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book r Diversions and Consumptive Use Studies 27 Chapter Four THE GREAT LAKES TODAY - CONCERNS 29 Pathogens 29 PAGE Eutrophication and Oxygen Depletion 29 Toxic Contaminants 30 Pathways of Pollution 31 Loadings to a Closed System 32 Control of Pollutants 33 Bioaccumulation.
Diversions from the Great Lakes: Out of the Watershed and in Contravention of the Compact Out of the Watershed and in Contravention of the Compact, Marq. Rev. In recognition that such straws may descend and that “Future Diversions and Consumptive Uses of Basin Water resources have the potential to signifi-Author: Christina L.
Wabiszewski. consumptive use and return flow (fig. For example, the Great Lakes Basin median consumptive-use coefficients (table 2) were used to estimate the consumptive use for the Great Lakes States (table 3). The water withdrawals and estimated consump-tive use for the Great Lakes states in are shown in figures 4 and 5, respectively.
Figure Size: 2MB. Great Lakes Water Withdrawals: Legal and Policy Issues Introduction 1 The Great Lakes Basin is the world’s largest system of fresh water, and the lakes themselves store nearly one-fifth of the world’s surface freshwater. Because less than 1% of Great Lakes’ water, on average, is renewed annually, many are concerned with potential threats to their water levels and quality, including.
The Great Lakes faces an uncertain future of climate change and the impacts of regional competition for food, energy, and water. Not surprisingly, every imaginable scheme to divert water from the Great Lakes has been contemplated, amounting to what historian Peter Annin has called “death by straws” in his book, Great Lakes Water Wars.
a man-made pipeline or canal. Diversions of Great Lakes water provide municipal supplies and support irrigation and industry in communities like Chicago, Detroit, and London, Ontario. Diversions also support shipping and recreational boating in canals in Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio and New York, and hydroelectric power production in Size: KB.
Peter Annin, The Great Lakes Water Wars, Island Press (2d ed. ); ISBN InPeter Annin  published the first edition of The Great Lakes Water Wars, which received critical acclaim and the Great Lakes Book Award for book provides a history of different water controversies in the Great Lakes region and insight into the creation of the Great Lakes.
Great Lakes water piped to Southwest 'our future,' says NASA scientist. The idea is as old and dusty as the desert Southwest: Pipe abundant Great Lakes water to parched cities such as Phoenix. state of illinois dep't transp., great lakes water diversions and CONSUMPTIVE USES: CHARTING A COURSE FOR FUTURE PROTECTION 1 (Nov.
17, ) [hereinafter DIVERSIONS AND CONSUMPTIVE USES]. Great Lakes Water Withdrawals: Legal and Policy Issues Introduction1 The Great Lakes Basin is the world’s largest system of fresh water, and the lakes themselves store nearly one-fifth of the wo rld’s surface freshwater.
Because less than 1% of Great Lakes’ water, on average, is renewed annually, many are concerned withAuthor: Pervaze A. Sheikh, Cynthia Brougher. Uses of Great Lakes water within the Great Lakes basin are steadily increasing, and critical water shortages elsewhere may add to the demands for diversions of water out of the basin in the near future.
The impacts of such diversions on fish in the Great Lakes must be considered in the context of in-basin uses of the water, because in-basin uses already adversely affect the fishery resources.
The Great Lakes are the largest collection of fresh surface water on earth, and more than 40 million Americans and Canadians live in their basin. How that water is used by, or diverted from, those people is the story of The Great Lakes Water Wars. These wars are coming/5.
Unfortunately, this book can't be printed from the OpenBook. If you need to print pages from this book, we recommend downloading it as a PDF. Visit to get more information about this book, to buy it in print, or to download it as a free PDF.International Joint Commission: Great Lakes diversions and consumptive uses: executive summary of the report to the International Joint Commission / ([Washington, D.C.?: The Commission, [ i.e.
]), also by International Great Lakes Diversions and. The Council of Great Lakes Governors (CGLG) - a partnership of the governors of the eight Great Lakes states and the Canadian provincial premiers of Ontario and Quebec - was tasked with creating a new common conservation standard to manage water diversions, withdrawals, and consumptive use proposals.