Lake Lanier Watershed: Current and Future Impacts on Drinking Water Supplies
Abstract:The Upper Chattahoochee Basin Group (UCBG) has completed a comprehensive study of Lake Lanier and its 1,040-square-mile watershed. The study consisted of an extensive data collection effort, a comprehensive public outreach program, and state-of-the-art application of computer modeling techniques. The primary objective of the study was to develop a user-friendly and dynamic water quality management tool capable of predicting the impact of various water resource management alternatives on Lake Lanier. An innovative interface was created so that the tool could be used to test an unlimited number of future water management scenarios.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2001
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