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for Water Resources Research Institute News Vol. Issue 230, Oct 1985
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The United States Geological Survey’s second annual National Water Summary released this summer is dedicated to state ground water data. The North Carolina section shows maps and tables of aquifers and major areas of ground water withdrawals. The report also reviews the most significant hydrologic and water-related events of 1984.
The North Carolina Division of Water Resources estimates that almost three-hundred-million gallons of water are being saved each year through leak detection measures being used by local water supply systems in North Carolina. A recent report shows that the leak detection program has saved over two-hundred-thousand dollars since 1983.
Trout production in western North Carolina is big business, comprising of over eighty producers plus numerous trout “fish-out” operations. North Carolina State University and other state entities are offering additional assistance in trout aquaculture and research in Haywood and Transylvania Counties.