2002 State Water Plan

Approved 2001 Regional Water Plans

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  1. 3-1 History and projected future of reservoir development in Texas
  2. 4-1 Location of the 16 regional water planning areas in Texas
  3. 5-1 Projected population growth in Texas
  4. 5-2 Numerical difference between TWDB’s projection for 2000 and the 2000 Census
  5. 5-3 Percent difference between TWDB’s projection for 2000 and the 2000 Census
  6. 5-4 Projected water demand for irrigation, municipal, and manufacturing water uses during drought
  7. 5-5 Projected water demand for steam-electric, livestock, and mining water uses during drough
  8. 5-6 Regional per capita water demand projections for 2000-2050
  9. 5-7 Analysis of total 1999 water use by county in Texas, illustrating dominant supply source
  10. 5-8 The major aquifers of Texas
  11. 5-9 The minor aquifers of Texas
  12. 5-10 Location of the Yegua-Jackson aquifer in Texas
  13. 5-11 Groundwater availability for aquifers of Texas under drought conditions, as reported by Planning Groups
  14. 5-12 Percent of available groundwater remaining for the Carrizo-Wilcox, Gulf Coast,Ogallala, Edwards-Trinity High Plains, and Hueco-Mesilla Bolson aquifers through 2050
  15. 5-13 Current groundwater, surface water, and wastewater reuse supplies from existing sources through 2050 under drought conditions
  16. 5-14 Major river basins of Texas
  17. 5-15 Surface water availability index
  18. 5-16 Surface water supply index
  19. 5-17 Surface water availability for the different river basins in 2000 under drought conditions
  20. 5-18 Existing interbasin transfers in the State
  21. 6-1 Environmental flow criteria for regional and State water planning
  22. 7-1 Number of water user groups with projected needs Statewide
  23. 7-2 Number of water user groups with projected needs in regional water planning areas in 2050
  24. 7-3 Volume of needs in regions in 2050
  25. 7-4 Volume of needs Statewide in 2050
  26. 7-5 Counties in Texas with unmet needs in 2050
  27. 8-1 Statewide comparison of demands versus supplies with and without implementation of the regional water plans
  28. 8-2 Volumetric comparison of the various sources of water utilized by recommended water management strategies to meet needs in the regional water plans
  29. 8-3 Major and minor reservoirs recommended in the regional water plans to meet needs
  30. 8-4 Major water conveyances proposed by Planning Groups
  31. 9-1 Relative proportion of estimated capital costs to meet water-related needs for Texas through 2050
  32. 9-2 Through 2050, capital costs of (1) water supply, (2) drinking water (infrastructure), (3) wastewater, and (4) total capital costs, for the 16 planning areas
  33. 9-3 Capital costs on a per capita basis comparing projected population in 2050 and total capital costs through 2050
  34. 13-1 Locations and expected completion dates of groundwater availability models of the major aquifers of Texas
  35. 14-1 Reservoir sites and unique stream segments recommended by Region H
  36. 14-2 Unique reservoir sites proposed by Planning Groups
  37. Regional Summary Pages Chapter 11: