Record low river flows show need for improved water planning

Banner-Herald: There’s not as much water in the Oconee River as there once was, and there’s going to be less in the future, according to a Georgia Tech professor’s study. The amount of water going down the Oconee River has declined about 20 percent in the past 50 years, according to Aris Georgakakos, director of the Georgia Water Resources Institute at Tech. He’s recorded similar declines in the Chattahoochee-Flint and other Georgia river basins. And the declines area likely to be even steeper in coming......

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