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Estimating Water Use in the United States: A New Paradigm for the National Water-Use Information Program References Allen, R. G., W. O. Pruitt, J. A. Businger, L. J Fritschen, M. E. Jensen, and F. H. Quinn. 1996. Evaporation and Transpiration. Chapter 4, p. 125-252 in: Wootton et al. (Ed.), American Society of Civil Engineers Handbook of Hydrology. ASCE: New York, NY. Alley, W. M. 1984. The Palmer Drought Severity Index: Limitations and Assumptions. Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology 23:1100-1109. Anderson, M., and R. Magleby. 1997. Agricultural Resources and Environmental Indicators, 1996-1997. U.S. Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service Agricultural Handbook No. 712. Washington, D.C. Auble, G. T., J. M. Friedman, and M. L. Scott. 1994. Relating riparian vegetation to present and future streamflows. Ecological Applications 4:544-554. Billings, R. B., and C. V. Jones. 1996. Forecasting Urban Water Demand. American Water Works Association, Denver, CO. Biviano, M. B., D. E. Sullivan, and L. A. Wagner. 1999. Total Materials Consumption: An Estimation Methodology and Example Using Lead—A Materials Flow Analysis. USGS Circular 1183. U.S. Geological Survey: Reston, Va. Boland, J. J., B. Dziegielewski, D. D. Baumann, and E .M. Opitz. 1984. Influence of Price and Rate Structures on Municipal and Industrial Water Use. IWR Report 84-C-2. U. S. Army Corps of Engineeers Institute for Water Resources, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. Bovee, K. D., and R. T. Milhous. 1978. Hydraulic simulation in instream flow studies: Theory and techniques. Instream Flow Information Paper 5. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Biological Report FWS/OBS-78/33. 130 p. Buchmiller, R., M. Focazio, L. Franke, W. Freeman, S, Gain, E. Josberger, and C. Tate. 2000. A Vision for the U.S. Geological Survey National Water-Use Information Program. Unpublished report prepared by the internal USGS planning team on future of the National Water-Use Assessment Program. U.S. Geological Survey: Reston, Va. Castleberry, D. T., J. J. Cech, D. C. Erman, D. Hankin, M. Healey, G. M. Kondolf, M. Mangel, M. Mohr, P. B. Moyle, J. Nielsen, T. P. Speed, and J. G. Williams. 1996. Uncertainty and instream flow standards. Fisheries 21:20-21.

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