interbasin

interbasin

(ˌɪntəˈbeɪsən)
adj
occurring between two or more basins
See basin5
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To reduce northern basin vulnerability, a long-lasting project dating back to colonial times, was implemented: the Sao Francisco diversion projecta large-scale interbasin water transfer to the driest NEB portion, bringing southern SFRB water to northern states.
Mitchell played a significant part in working with the state's Basin Roundtables, the Interbasin Compact Committee, the public at large and CWCB staff in producing Colorado's Water Plan following Gov.
In this week's edition of the Trib+Water newsletter: A closer look at the regulatory structure of interbasin transfers, the Senate moves to protect the San Marcos River and an interview with Ashleigh Acevedo, an attorney at Lloyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.
Some subjects addressed in these sections include Interbasin Water Transfer, European nature conservation law, and public participation in land management law in the Basque country.
Professor Gary Libecap has critiqued the rule for impeding economically efficient interbasin transfers and frustrating the development of water markets.
54) Groundwater shortages occur in areas where the replenishment rate is less than the amount of water being pumped out, being lost to interbasin transfer, and flowing into gaining streams.
It was the third of 11 such meetings the Corps held throughout the Great Lakes region in early 2014, part of the larger Great Lakes and Mississippi River Interbasin Study (GLMRIS) the Corps was conducting.
This is inevitable, but, again, the prospect of interbasin transfer is one that is not universally accepted.
4) The rapidly growing Charlotte, North Carolina metropolitan area has increasingly relied on interbasin transfers from the Catawba River to fuel its growth, reducing downstream flows into South Carolina, particularly in times of drought.
While Swyngedouw draws on Wittfogel's (1957) and Worster's (1985) ideas about how water shapes social organisation, he shows how water was reworked in line with specific power relations, both materially (eg, interbasin transfers) and discursively (eg, identity formation), to consolidate Franco's authoritarian rule.