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Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan


 

1995 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan

Update of The Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan 1995Map showing the 8 OCWP planning districts:Central, East Central, North Central, Northeast, Northwest, South Central, Southeast and Southwest

1995 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan (complete publication) [pdf 10 MB]

Introduction [pdf]

Evolution of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan [pdf]

Oklahoma Water Law and Administration [pdf]

Overview of Water and Related Resources

  • Part One [pdf 1.9MB]
    • History of Water Resource Development
    • Water Resources
    • Stream Water
    • Stream Water Quality
    • Groundwater
    • Groundwater Quality
  • Part Two [pdf 1.3MB]
    • Natural Resource & Socioeconomic Characteristics
    • Climate
    • Geography
    • Geology
    • Minerals
    • Soils
    • Agriculture
    • Wildlife
    • Recreation
    • Archeological and Historic Resources
    • Commerce
    • Population, Employment, Labor and Income

Statewide Water Use Projections [pdf 1.2MB]

  • Municipal and Industrial Water Use Projections
  • Agricultural Water Use Projections
  • Electric Power Generation Water Use Projections
  • Total Water Use Projections


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