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Surface water resource investigation of the Catawba-Wateree River system in South Carolina
|Statement||edited by Danny L. Johnson and Steven J. de Kozlowski.|
|Series||Report / South Carolina Water Resources Commission ;, no. 134, Report (South Carolina Water Resources Commission) ;, no. 134.|
|Contributions||Johnson, Danny L., De Kozlowski, Steven J.|
|LC Classifications||TD224.S6 S64a no. 134|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 244 p. :|
|Number of Pages||244|
|LC Control Number||82622492|
The CWWMG is a non‐profit corporation founded in to identify, fund, and manage projects that will enhance the capabilities of the Catawba‐Wateree River to provide water resources for human needs (e.g., water supply, power production, industry, agriculture, and commerce), while maintaining the river’s ecological health. The River Project was commissioned to undertake a study of groundwater and surface water interactions, monitor groundwater and to construct a digital groundwater model. The model and the data gathered will help to determine what options are available to us in designing a watershed-based project with multiple benefits on the 62 acres of.
However, increased flows also can help to dilute concentrations of chemicals in ground water and surface water. The distribution of rainfall in the Santee Basin is fairly uniform except for very high precipitation in the Blue Ridge (South Carolina Water Resources Commission, ; fig. 2). Kristi Noem, Governor Hunter Roberts, Department Secretary Vicki Murray, Executive Assistant - fax Email SD DENR.
The workshop is sponsored by the Catawba Wateree Water Management Group(CWWMG) and the Catawba Wateree Initiative (CWI). The CWWMG was formed in with this mission: To identify, fund, and manage projects that will help preserve, extend, and enhance the capabilities of the CatawbaWateree River Basin to provide water resources for human needs -. If the area is very flat, the canal distance may be too long to justify this simple river diversion system. River diversion using a weir. To avoid the problems caused by fluctuating water levels in a river, a weir can be built across the river. During periods of high river discharges, water will flow over the weir.
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These hydropower stations provide more than megawatts of electricity and water supply for more than 1 million people in North Carolina (North Carolina Division of Water Resources, ).
The Catawba-Wateree FERC project license was issued in and is currently being reviewed for renewal. WRI Ground-water levels, predevelopment ground-water flow, and stream-aquifer relations in the vicinity of the Savannah River site, Georgia and South Carolina, by J.S. Clarke and C.T.
West WRI Natural attenuation of chloroinated volatile organic compounds in a freshwater tidal wetland, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland, by M.M. Despite these challenges, the Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation and its loyal members are fighting to reverse those negative impacts and ensure clean, plentiful water for future generations.
River Basin Explorer Map. The Catawba-Wateree River Basin is a large watershed with 5, square miles of waterways and more than two million people living in it. The Catawba-Wateree River, which flows from the mountains of North Carolina to the coastal plain of South Carolina, supplies drinking water for more than 2 million people and generates enough power for million homes.
The Catawba-Wateree Water Management Group (CWWMG) is a C-3 non-profit organization that heralds a mission: “to identify, fund, and manage projects that will help preserve, extend, and enhance the capabilities of the Catawba-Wateree River Basin to provide water resources for human needs while maintaining the ecological.
Protecting all miles of the Catawba-Wateree basin is the fundamental work of Catawba Riverkeeper. The challenge of this effort has been demonstrated repeatedly as the Catawba River has been named the most endangered river in the United States (American Rivers ) and the third most endangered in the Southeast United States (Southern Environmental Law Center ).
The Catawba-Wateree River. It's the water source for two million people. It supports a thriving economy where the demand for water is expected to double.
It generates enough power for million homes. It provides recreation, a diverse ecosystem, and an elevated quality of life to people in a nearly 5, square mile region. But our river's. After defining the terminology used in the surface water chapters, all shared surface water resources in the region are listed together with the list of chapters for Part I of the Inventory.
The section also explains why certain shared tributaries were covered in a single chapter and why an entire river network was dealt with in separate chapters. Establishing significant reductions in the amount of water transferred out of the Catawba River during drought conditions has enabled the Protect the Catawba Coalition and Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation, Inc.
to reach an agreement with the cities of Concord and Kannapolis to resolve the appeal of the Interbasin Transfer (IBT) granted Concord and Kannapolis by the State of North Carolina.
Santee-Wateree-Catawba river system, inland waterway miles ( km) long, in the southeastern United States, rising as the Catawba River in the Blue Ridge Mountains of western North Catawba flows east and then south into South Carolina to Great Falls, a distance of miles ( km), where it becomes the Wateree Wateree continues southward through a series of lakes.
The Catawba River becomes the Wateree River at the upper end of Lake Wateree, which extends into Fairfield and Lancaster counties in South Carolina.
Wateree is the southernmost of 12 hydro generating stations that Duke Energy manages along the mile-long Catawba-Wateree basin, from Lake James in western North Carolina to Lake Wateree in. Catawba River Water Supply Project.
PO Box Van Wyck, SC Main: () Fax: () USGS Water Resources of the South Atlantic Water Science Center: USGS CATAWBA RIVER NEAR ROCK HILL, SC.
PROVISIONAL DATA SUBJECT TO REVISION. Page Contact Information: South Carolina Water Data Support Team Page Last Modified: EDT. The SAWSC conducts research and investigations related to topics such as groundwater and surface-water quality related to anthropogenic and agricultural activities, hydraulic and hydrologic modeling, tracking the movement of groundwater contamination, groundwater resource assessments and modeling, ecological assessments and response to urbanization, and estimating water-use for human and ecological needs.
In the water but out of harm's way. Aug Swimming pools and beach vacations, waterskiing at the lake and rafting on the river, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, boating, wake boarding, tubing, jet skiing, snorkeling, sailing, surfing, and swimming - when it's summertime and the mercury is on the rise, there is nowhere we'd rather be than in the water.
Catawba-Wateree Basin Advisory Commission. The Catawba-Wateree Basin Advisory Commission, established by law, is composed of members from the State of North Carolina and the State of South Carolina. The Commission is charged with considering issues affecting the river basin's water.
Daily discharge, cubic feet per second -- statistics for Aug 20 based on 88 water years of record more; Min () 25th percen-tile Median Mean 75th percen-tile Most Recent Instantaneous Value Aug 20 Max () Groundwater monitoring for the Catawba/Wateree River Basins.
USGS Home Contact USGS Search USGS. South Atlantic Water Science Center. Home; Catawba-Wateree Groundwater Network Map and Data. Current data for all network stations. Real-time groundwater data. The Wateree River is the major river In the basin and is formed by the confluence of the Catawba River and Big Wateree Creek at river mile (R.M.) However, in Wateree Lake Dam was constructed approximately 16 miles downstream of this confluence, creat ing Wateree lake.
River system. The headwaters of the basin are located in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The river flows east for 90 miles, then turns south for. miles where It originally joined with Big Wateree Creek to form the Wateree River at river mile (R.M.) (river miles in the.
5. Surface Water Availability - David Baize, DHEC Bureau of Water, Assistant Bureau Chief Mr. Baize noted that SC needed information on the quantity of surface water in the State. South Carolina has some permitting now related to surface water use, but we need an overall assessment of the resource.As part of Duke Energy’s Catawba-Wateree hydro relicensing process, a partnership was created to address large water users.
This group developed the low inflow protocol (LIP) to establish procedures for reductions in water use during periods of low inflow to the Catawba-Wateree basin.The Catawba River Basin Water Resources Plan evaluates the present and future ( through ) conditions of this basin, in order to determine the water capacity of the Catawba River to serve future populations and at the same time to identify any potential trouble-spots or conflicts related to water supply and its demand.