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Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County, Arkansas, 1991

Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County, Arkansas, 1991

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Published by U.S. Geological Survey, Books and Open-File Reports Section [distributor in Little Rock, Ark, Denver, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Irrigation water -- Arkansas -- Chicot County

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission
    SeriesU.S. Geological Survey open-file report -- 93-167
    ContributionsManning, Carolyn A, Geological Survey (U.S.), Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 folded sheet (8 p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13616932M
    OCLC/WorldCa30684633

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Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County, Arkansas, Open-File Report By: T.W. Holland and C.A. Manning. Get this from a library. Summary 1991 book reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County, Arkansas, [Terrance W Holland; Carolyn A Manning; Geological Survey (U.S.); Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission.].

Arkansas of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Miller County, Arkansas, This report summarizes the water-use reporting through the Conservation District Office in Miller County, Arkansas.

The number of withdrawal registrations for Miller County was 98 (62 groundwater and 36 surface water). SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County USE IN WHITE COUNTY, ARKANSAS, 1991 book Terrance W.

Holland1, Carolyn A. Manning2, and Kenneth L. Stafford1 Water is one of Arkansas' most valuable resources. Arkansas Site-specific water-use data for several categories are collected and compiled annually by Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County Arkansas Soil and Water Author: T.W.

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Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Mississippi County, Arkansas, Open-File Report By: T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning, and K.L. Stafford. SUMMARY OF REPORTED AGRICULTURE AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN WEST-CENTRAL ARKANSAS COUNTIES, U.S.

Department of the Interior U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report Prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation CommissionAuthor: T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning, K.L. Stafford. Update of Arkansas Water Plan Data from Water Use Database (WUDB) used to estimate future water demand “The accuracy of water use reported for agricultural irrigation has been questioned because the water use is not measured or metered.” Arkansas Statute A.C.A.

§ Withdrawal of GroundwaterFile Size: 1MB. Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Poinsett County, Arkansas, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.

Buy Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Craighead County, Arkansas, (SuDoc I ) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. SUMMARY OF REPORTED WATER USE. Reported water withdrawals for were 4, Mgal/d for ground water and 2, Mgal/d for surface water (fig.

2 and table 1). Irrigation 1991 book crops (irrigated agriculture in table 1) accounts for 94 percent of total ground-water withdrawals and 44 percent of surface-water withdrawals in : T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning. SUMMARY OF REPORTED Summary of reported agriculture and irrigation water use in Chicot County AND IRRIGATION WATER USE IN CHICOT COUNTY, ARKANSAS, By Terrance W.

Holland and Carolyn A. Manning Water is 1991 book of Arkansas' most valuable : T.W. Holland, C.A. Manning. Trends in irrigation water use for to (fig. 6) show that irrigation water-use amounts reported to the ASWCC were somewhat less than USGS aggregated estimates for to but were nearly equal to aggregated estimates for The reported amount was 4, Mgal/d, and the estimated amount was 4, Mgal/d (fig.

5).Author: N.T. Baker. Inventory of public water supplies in Arkansas [microform] / by Nancy T. Baker, Carolyn A. Manning, and Elizabeth A. Beavers ; prepared in cooperation with the Arkansas Soil and Water Conservation Commission U.S.

Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Books and Open-File Reports [distributor] Little Rock, Ark.: Denver, Colo. Cost efficiency measures of a sample of catfish farms in Chicot County, Arkansas are estimated using a data envelopment analysis technique. A measure of overall efficiency is used to.

Estimated water use in Arkansas, The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission (ANRC) conducts an annual inventory of reported groundwater and surface-water withdrawals in Arkansas in cooperation with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). This report describes withdrawals from groundwater and surface-water resources in Arkansas for Two USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service MRBI Projects in Arkansas Set JApplication Deadline NRCS Announces Sign-Up Deadline for Conservation Stewardship Program USDA Announces Grants for Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production.

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Sincethe greatest water use has been in Poinsett County. Water use has increased steadily in Arkansas since the earliest reported estimates (fig. 4; table 6). Irrigation is consistently the largest water use in the State (94 percent of groundwater use in ), and groundwater use for irrigation increased more than tenfold from to American state reports prior to the National Reporter System [microform]: Arkansas reports / Erwin C.

Surrency, editor ;F. William Torrington, technical supervisor Microfilmed by Trans-Media Pub. Co Dobbs Ferry, N.Y Australian/Harvard Citation. The plan documented a large shortfall, 12 million acre feet, most of which can be attributed to the largest user of water in Arkansas, agricultural irrigation.

This shortfall is projected to increase to 14 million acre feet by A sustainable annual groundwater withdraw is about million acre feet. By the irrigation gap will be. Improving Irrigation Scheduling & Water Use Efficiency in Cotton: PUB Lavy, T.

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This is the most recent information as supplied to the ANRC by the USGS. The Sparta/Memphis aquifer had a reported average withdrawal of Mgal/d during the reporting Size: 12MB.

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