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Main Title Water requirements, availabilities, constraints, and recommended Federal actions /
CORP Author United States. Interagency Task Force on Water Resources.
Publisher Federal Energy Administration : For sale by Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office,
Year Published 1974
OCLC Number 01146810
Subjects Energy policy--United States. ; Water-supply--United States.
Additional Subjects Water-supply--United States ; Energy policy--United States
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EOAD  #00001034 Region 8 Technical Library/Denver,CO 08/13/2004 DISPERSAL
Collation 280 pages in various pagings ; 26 cm
Notes
Cover title. At head of title: Federal Energy Administration Project Independence Blueprint final task force report. "November 1974." "Under direction of Water Resources Council."
Contents Notes
Executive Summary -- chapter 1. The demands for water by energy programs -- chapter 2. A perspective on the nation's water resources -- chapter 3. Institutional aspects -- chapter 4. The water situation by regions -- chapter 5. Providing water for energy -- chapter 6. Hydropower resources -- appendix 1. Present water for energy projects -- appendix 2. Inventory of current programs related to water for energy -- appendix 3. Conclusions and recommended federal options, Water Resources Council draft -- appendix 4. Establishing national water-for-energy policy, Water Resources Council draft -- appendix 5. Representative scenario analysis. This report is a technical analysis of the Water Resources Council prepared to determine the degree to which the water resources of the United States will be able to accommodate potential increases in energy production. The study considers the competition of energy-related water requirements with existing or anticipated future water uses for other purposes; accommodation of energy-related water requirements with other competing uses; the magnitude and extent of any water supply shortages, water quality, institutional and other water supply problems (environmental, capital investment, manpower, inter-basin transfer) that may restrict or prevent selected future condition energy development scenarios from being implemented; water-related Federal actions required to overcome problems and constraints of the nature described above; the requirements which need to be placed on hydroelectric power generation capability to assist in meeting the Nation's energy needs.