Oregon: Water Supply and the Land Use Connection
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The interaction between land and water supply in an area of increasing population poses a significant challenge for Western states. In Oregon, particularly in central and southern portions of the state, population growth is far exceeding planning estimates.
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Topics) Land Use) Water Supply
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Topics) Water Supply) Groundwater
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Oregon) Deschutes Basin
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