Managing Water Resources: Lessons from Florida and Georgia Public Deposited

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  • Kundell, James E.
    • Other Affiliation: Science and Technology Associate, Institute of Government, University of Georgia
  • Water management is by and large a state responsibility. How a state has met this responsibility depends on a variety of factors such as the availability of water, demands placed on the water resource, types of water problems, state bureaucratic structure, and the political environment in which decisions are made. Each state has thus developed its own mechanisms for managing water resources. At the same time, however, common stimuli such as federal water quality mandates, federal funding for water projects, and new insights obtained from research have resulted in states addressing similar problems in similar ways.
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  • Carolina Planning Journal
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  • 9
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  • 2
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  • 5
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  • 29
  • English
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  • 4 p.
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