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100 1  Lachman, Beth E.,|d1960-|eauthor. 
245 10 Water management, partnerships, rights, and market trends 
       :|ban overview for army installation managers /|cby Beth 
       E. Lachman, Susan A. Resetar, Nidhi Kalra, Agnes Gereben 
       Schaefer, Aimee E. Curtright. 
264  1 Santa Monica, Calif. :|bRAND,|c[2016] 
264  4 |c©2016 
300    1 online resource (xxiii, 351 pages) :|bcolor 
       illustrations, color maps, color charts, color 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  Research report ;|vRR-933-A 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 310-351). 
505 00 |tPreface --|tExecutive Summary --|tFigures --|tTables --
       |tSummary --|tAcknowledgments --|tAbbreviations --|g1.
       |tIntroduction --|tBackground --|tPurpose --|tMethodology 
       --|tHow to Read This Report --|g2.|tBackground on U.S. 
       Water Management Trends and Rights --|tHistorical 
       Approaches to Water Management Focused on Accessing Water 
       Sources --|tWater Management Today Focuses on Efficient 
       Management of Existing Resources --|tWater Management 
       Faces Key Challenges --|tU.S. Water Rights --|tSummary --
       |g3.|tArmy Installation Water Goals, Project Funding 
       Sources, and Partnership Opportunities --|tArmy 
       Installation Water Goals --|tFunding Sources for 
       Installation Water Investments --|tOpportunities for 
       Government Water Partnerships --|tSummary About 
       Partnerships --|g4.|tWater Market Mechanisms --|tWater 
       Market Mechanisms Can Be an Effective Way to Allocate 
       Water --|tWater Rights Regimes Determine Market 
       Feasibility --|tChallenges in Implementing Water Market 
       Mechanisms --|tWater Transfers: Leasing and Selling Water 
       --|tWater Auctions --|tWater Banks --|tBlock Pricing --
       |tWater Quality Trading --|tWater Market Mechanism 
       Conclusions --|g5.|tColorado and Fort Carson Water Case 
       Study --|tColorado Water --|tFort Carson Water Case Study 
       --|tSummary --|g6.|tArizona and Fort Huachuca Case Study -
       -|tUnderstanding the Arizona Water Situation --|tFort 
       Huachuca Water Case Study --|tSummary --|g7.|tFindings and
       Recommendations --|tWater Market Findings --
       |tRecommendations Regarding Water Markets --|tFindings 
       About Installation Water Rights --|tInstallation Water 
       Rights Recommendations --|tFindings About Water 
       Partnerships --|tRecommendations About Installation Water 
       Partnerships --|tOther Findings and Recommendations --
       |gAppendix A.|tSelect Water Banks in the United States --
520    "This report assesses existing water market mechanisms 
       (such as water banking and auctions) and partnership 
       opportunities that Army installations can potentially use 
       to improve installation water programs and their 
       investments in water and wastewater systems. Because such 
       mechanisms and opportunities depend on water management 
       practices and water rights, the report also provides an 
       overview of these areas. In addition, the report provides 
       examples from across the United States, along with 
       detailed case studies of these issues within Colorado and 
       Fort Carson and within Arizona and Fort Huachuca. Water 
       management today faces some key challenges, including 
       aging infrastructure, water quality concerns, depleting 
       groundwater aquifers, uncertain water supplies, pressures 
       of population growth, climate change effects on water 
       availability, and continued public demands for low-cost 
       water. The traditional way of solving water problems -- by
       increasing access to new surface water and groundwater 
       supplies--is often no longer viable. Such water sources 
       are mostly allocated, and in many cases over-allocated. 
       Today, many water managers are focused on conservation, 
       efficient management, and accessing alternative water 
       sources (such as treated wastewater and stormwater 
       runoff). Water markets and partnerships are also being 
       used in select cases. Given such water management, 
       partnership, and market trends, the report concludes with 
       recommendations about how Army policies and activities can
       be adjusted to improve installations' water security, 
       programs, and infrastructure investments"--Publisher's 
588 0  Online resource; title from PDF title page (RAND, viewed 
       April 5, 2016). 
610 10 United States.|bArmy|xEnvironmental aspects. 
650  0 Water-supply|xEconomic aspects|zUnited States|xManagement.
650  0 Water transfer|xGovernment policy|zUnited States
650  0 Water quality management|zUnited States. 
650  0 Water security|zUnited States|xManagement. 
650  0 Watershed management|xPolitical aspects|zUnited States. 
650  0 Climatic changes|zUnited States. 
650  0 Military bases, American|xEnvironmental aspects. 
650  7 SCIENCE|xEnvironmental Science.|2bisacsh 
710 1  United States.|bOffice of the Assistant Secretary of the 
       Army (Installations and Environment),|ecommissioning body.
710 2  Arroyo Center,|eissuing body,|epublisher. 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aLachman, Beth E., 1960-|tWater 
       management, partnerships, rights, and market trends.
       |dSanta Monica, Calif. : RAND, [2016]|z0833090461
830  0 Research report (Rand Corporation) ;|vRR-933-A. 
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