Stability-oriented programs for regulating water withdrawals in riparian regions

@inproceedings{An2004StabilityorientedPF,
  title={Stability-oriented programs for regulating water withdrawals in riparian regions},
  author={Hyunhee An and J. Wayland Eheart and Richard D. Braatz},
  year={2004}
}
[1] Under permit programs stemming from regulated riparian systems of water withdrawal control, significant quantities of water cannot be withdrawn from the stream without a withdrawal-constraining permit. There are two versions of such a permit system, one of which fixes the allowable withdrawal, the other of which allows withdrawals to vary directly with streamflows. However, both tie allowable withdrawal to streamflow at some level, the former simply shutting off all withdrawals when the… CONTINUE READING
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