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Main Title Water Supply Management Alternatives for Rhode Island.
Author Marte, Robert J. ;
CORP Author Analytic Sciences Corp., Reading, Mass.
Year Published 1973
Report Number TASC-TR-319; DI-14-31-0001-9039; OWRR-C-4260(9039); 06827,; C-4260(9039)(1)
Stock Number PB-231 362
Additional Subjects Water supply ; Water economy ; Rhode Island ; Policies ; Forecasting ; State government ; Water conservation ; Reservoirs ; Ground water ; Systems analysis ; Big River ; Wood River ; Water management(Applied) ; Water requirements ; Water demand
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NTIS  PB-231 362 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
Water supply management in Rhode Island has evolved under the traditional public service criterion of meeting the projected requirements for water. Continuation of this policy could exhaust the state's developable fresh water resources in another 40 years. An alternative is for the state to adopt a policy of resource management, under which both supply and demand would be regulated to achieve broader economic and social objectives. The Big-Wood reservoir project provides the state government with an opportunity to implement resource management policies by maintaining control over the development of these reservoirs and the allocation and pricing of their waters. The economic, environmental, and institutional implications of this project are analyzed, and policy options for the state are presented.