Projections of Agricultural and Fish and Wildlife Water Demand in the Ouachita River Basin: A Linear Programming Approach
Water management, Ground water, Water quality
The availability of an abundant water supply has been a major resource of the Ouachita River Basin. In recent years, water requirements for a number of uses have increased, raising the concern that future water shortages could occur in the basin. The purpose of the study reported here was to estimate future water demand for irrigation, commercial fisheries, and fish and wildlife uses.
Cochran, Mark J.; Tessaro, Mike; Redfern, J. Martin; Childress, Larry; Rutledge, E. Moye; Raskin, Rob; and Shulstad, Robert N.. 1985. Projections of Agricultural and Fish and Wildlife Water Demand in the Ouachita River Basin: A Linear Programming Approach. Arkansas Water Resources Center, Fayetteville, AR. MSC027. 130