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... Johns River watershed, which is integral to understanding the hydrologic response of the river to changes in water withdrawal, relies heavily on accurate estimates of future land use. The committee cautions that the land use relationships developed for the current WSIS may not hold in the future, especially if the actual rate of population increase or its impact on the hydrologic response of the resulting change in land use is significantly different from the current forecast.
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... First, the District should consider supplementing rain gage data with NEXRAD Doppler data for scenario testing. Second, due to a changing climate, decisions based on model predictions using historic rainfall conditions should be revisited as the state-of-the-science improves.
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