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Estimated withdrawals and use of freshwater in Vermont, 1990

Water-Resources Investigations Report 93-4097

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Abstract

Estimated freshwater withdrawals during 1990 in Vermont totaled about 632 million gallons per day. The largest withdrawals were for thermoelectric- power generation (82 percent), industrial use (7 percent), and public supply (6 percent). Most withdrawals, 587 million gallons per day, were made from surface-water sources as compared to 44.9 million gallons per day from ground-water sources. The largest withdrawals were in the Upper Connecticut-Mascomo River Basin (525 million gallons per day). About 17,700 million gallons per day were used instream for hydroelectric-poser generation, the largest of which were in the Upper Connecticut-Mascoma and Otter River Basins. Other information describing water-use patters is shown in tables, bar graphs, pie charts, maps, and accompanying text. The data are aggregated by river basin (hydrologic cataloging unit), and all amounts are reports in million gallons per day.

Additional Publication Details

Publication type:
Report
Publication Subtype:
USGS Numbered Series
Title:
Estimated withdrawals and use of freshwater in Vermont, 1990
Series title:
Water-Resources Investigations Report
Series number:
93-4097
Edition:
-
Year Published:
1996
Language:
ENGLISH
Description:
10 maps on 1 sheet : col. ; 17 x 12 cm. and 9 x 6 cm., sheet 84 x 100 cm., folded to 25 x 17 cm.