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    • Conserving Oklahoma's water

    • Water conservation--Oklahoma.
    • poster master; Because water is usually so plentiful, accessible, and inexpensive, we often casually disregard its importance and consider it a limitless resource. However, episodes of water shortages and drought are inevitable in Oklahoma....
    • Well driller licensing

    • Well drillers--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Well drillers--Oklahoma--Regulation.
    • To ensure the integrity of water well construction, and hence prevent potential pollution of state groundwaters, the Water Resources Board supervises a licensing program of pump installers and drillers of water supply, geothermal, observation, and...
    • Emergency grant program

    • Water quality management--Oklahoma--Finance.
    • Statutory Restrictions • $100,000 maximum per project per applicant during any fiscal year. • Emergency situation - defined as a life, health or property threatening situation. • Applicant cannot reasonably finance the project without...
    • How to obtain a water use permit

    • Water rights--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma.
    • Basic Requirements and Points of Law Concerning Ownership and Use of Oklahoma’s Surface and Groundwater Resources; Steps for Obtaining or Amending Long-term Water Rights; Public Notice and Notification; Additional Application Requirements;
    • Stream adjudication : protecting Oklahoma's water resources.

    • Water rights--Oklahoma.; Water--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Water resources management--Oklahoma.; Dispute resolution (Law)--Oklahoma.
    • Stream Adjudication General stream adjudication is a widely recognized process whereby the State works with the State court and individual water users to confirm and validate rights to their use of water under State law (and to the extent...
    • The cheapest source of water is conservation

    • Water conservation--Education--Oklahoma.
    • The cheapest and most accessible source of water is conservation. “Water for 2060” represents a wide range of innovative conservation measures, incentives, and related project financing options available to solidify Oklahoma’s water future...
    • Arbuckle-Simpson hydrology study : timeline of events.

    • Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer (Okla.); Hydrology--Oklahoma--Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer.; Groundwater--Oklahoma--Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer.
    • The Arbuckle-Simpson Hydrology Study, which began in 2003, was a multi-disciplinary study of aquifer hydrology and the largest and broadest such investigation ever conducted in Oklahoma.--webpage
    • Higher regulatory standards

    • Floodplain management--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Flood insurance--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • The following list includes examples of more restrictive requirements that a community may adopt. Although not required, communities are encouraged to adopt more restrictive standards, which would provide additional protection to lives and...
    • Water quality standards

    • Water quality--Standards--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma works to protect and manage its water resources through a number of initiatives, with the Oklahoma Water Quality Standards (WQS) serving as the cornerstone of the state’s water quality management programs.; The Oklahoma Water Resources...
    • Bathymetric mapping

    • Bathymetric maps--Oklahoma.
    • OWRB Bathymetric Mapping Program The Oklahoma Water Resources Board’s modern-day bathymetric mapping program, which utilizes the agency’s GIS and related technology, began in the late 1990s. Its purpose is to provide accurate determinations of...
    • Water use permitting

    • Water resources development--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Law and legislation.
    • Water Use Laws and Procedures Oklahoma law requires any person who uses groundwater or water from a stream in Oklahoma for agricultural, indus­trial, public water supply, and other non-domestic purposes to obtain a permit from the Oklahoma Water...
    • Water use permitting.

    • Water resources development--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Law and legislation.
    • Water Use Laws & Procedures Oklahoma law requires any person who uses groundwater or water from a stream in Oklahoma for agricultural, industrial, public water supply, and other non-domestic purposes to obtain a permit from the Oklahoma Water...
    • Groundwater use in the Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer.

    • Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer (Okla.); Groundwater--Oklahoma--Arbuckle-Simpson Aquifer.;
    • The Arbuckle-Simpson aquifer is located in south-central Oklahoma and underlies more than 500 square miles near the towns of Ada and Sulphur. Water from the aquifer is withdrawn for public water supply, domestic, irrigigation, mining, and other...
    • Determination of maximum annual yield.

    • Groundwater--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.;
    • In Oklahoma, groundwater belongs to the land surface owner and may be used subject to reasonable regulation by the OWRB. State law provides for the OWRB to conduct hydrologic investigations of "groundwater basins" (distinct underground bodies of...
    • Control of woody vegetation

    • Dams--Oklahoma--Maintenance and repair.
    • The establishment and control of proper vegetation is an important part of dam maintenance. Properly maintained vegetation can help prevent erosion of embankment and earth channel surfaces and aid in the control of burrowing animals. The...
    • Dam safety fact sheet

    • Dam safety--Oklahoma.;
    • The Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) coordinates the state’s Oklahoma Dam Safety Program to ensure the safety of more than 4,600 of our dams in the state, especially those that could impact downstream life and property.

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