Special Report on
Georgia Drought Management Plan
Georgia Drought Management Plan - Trends
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If you know of additional or more recent studies or data sources for the ACF River Basin not listed here, please let us know. E-mail additional studies or sources to: email@example.com . ADEM (Alabama Department of Environmental Management). 2008. "ADEM Administrative Code R. 335-6." Revised Effective November 25, 2008. Alabama Department of Environmental Management, Water Quality Program, Montgomery, Alabama. ADEM (Alabama Department of Environmental Management). 2010. "Approved TMDLS for Alabama Waterbodies." http://www.adem.state.al.us/WaterDivision/WQuality/TMDL/ ApprovedTMDLs.htm . Accessed January 2010. Allan, ...
Across Northeast Georgia, grass is turning brown, gardens are shriveling and landscapers are at home watching soap operas. It's one of the worst droughts Georgians have ever seen and, despite recent showers, shows no signs of ending soon. Conservation measures and a state permit to make emergency withdrawals from the Middle Oconee River will buy the region some time, but if there's little rain by the end of the year, residents fear they'll turn on the tap one day and nothing will come out. That's not about to happen - "We live in the most advanced country on ... Read More
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