Wk 11 - Water and Energy Resources
- University of Wisconsin - Madison
- Atmospheric And Oceanic Sciences
- Atmospheric And Oceanic Sciences 121
- Wk 11 - Water and Energy Resources
Last Modified: 2011-07-02
About 85% irrigation, 8% industrial and 7% domestic.
About 70% irrigation, 20% industrial and 10% domestic.
Domestic = cleaning, cooking, drinking and flushing.
Low flow showerheads, toilets, less meats.
Ogallala Aquifer - in 1920 avg depth was about 20meters but now less than 3 meters and will probably be depleted by 2020. Also caused by irrigation.
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