Water resources definition

Water resources means all waters of the state occurring on the surface, in natural or artificial channels, lakes, reservoirs, or impoundments, and in subsurface aquifers, which are available, or which may be made available to agricultural, industrial, commercial, recreational, public, and domestic users;
Water resources means all waters of the state occurring on the surface, in natural
Water resources. “Water,” or “Waters” means any and all water on or beneath the surface of the ground, whether percolating, standing, diffused or flowing, wholly or partially within this State, or bordering this state and within its jurisdiction, and includes, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, natural or artificial lakes, rivers, streams, creeks, branches, forks, brooks, ponds (except farm ponds, industrial settling basins and ponds, and water treatment facilities), impounding reservoirs, springs, wells, watercourses, and natural wetlands.

Examples of Water resources in a sentence

  • Solano County Water Resources Lessons SCWA and Funding Partners require water lessons, for grade levels K-12, highlighting water conservation and Solano County drinking water sources.

  • This includes coordination with various agencies, including the State Water Resources Control Board, Department of Drinking Water, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Army Corps of Engineers, and SLO County Air Pollution Control District.

  • Our design submittals will comply with the following State and Federal requirements: • Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) • Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) • California State Water Resources Control Board (CSWRCB) • Clean Water State Revolving Fund (CWSRF) • United States Bureau of Reclamation (USBR) • Department Of Water Resources (DWR) • Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) We will prepare contract documents in three submittals: 60%, 90%, and Final Bid Documents.

More Definitions of Water resources

Water resources means the waters and the values inherent or potential in waters and their uses.
Water resources means the Mackenzie River and any order tributary to the Mackenzie River including deltas, tributaries of deltas, wetlands and lakes which contribute water to the Mackenzie River, whether in a liquid or frozen state, and any Groundwater in the drainage basin of the Mackenzie River.
Water resources means wetland, inland water and transitional water as defined by section 3 of the 2003 Act.
Water resources means all streams, lakes, ponds, wetlands, water courses, waterways, drainage systems, and all other bodies or accumulations of surface water, either natural or artificial, which are situated wholly or partly within, or border upon this state, or are within its jurisdiction, except those private waters that do not combine or affect a junction with natural surface waters.
Water resources means all water flowing over the surface of the ground or contained in or flowing from any river, spring, stream or natural lake or part of a swamp or in or beneath a watercourse and all underground water but excluding any stagnant pan or swamp wholly contained within the boundaries of any private land.
Water resources means sea, river, tributary, stream, water falls, canal, lake and swamp, pond, reservoirs or storage.
Water resources means all forms of water on the surface and in the ground including the living and non-living resources therein.