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Drought Planning Workshop – July 23, 2009

Water is one of the most precious and important natural assets in the Okanagan Basin. Climate change models indicate that future precipitation levels in the Okanagan will be more variable – with an increased probability for more frequent water limited


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Conservation and Drought Planning

2015 Drought Management Workshop – presentations (PDF) Water Conservation Guide for British Columbia Hydrometric Network Requirements for the Okanagan Basin Southern Nevada Water Authority Drought Plan Southern Nevada Water Authority Five-Year Conservation Plan Water Use Plan Guidelines Water Quantity Monitoring


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