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The mismatch between supply and demand is measured in millions of acre-feet per year. The drought contingency plans being considered call for reductions in the use of tens of thousands of acre-feet per year.
Even farmers and ranchers who divert less than 100 acre-feet per year are attending.
They argued that state law allows 726,858 acre-feet per year to be taken from the aquifer, nine times what the board was allowing for, and that the board's cap was arbitrary.
These sources include the Utah Lake system and Provo sources using the Provo River Aqueduct, which will provide 28,700 acre-feet per year (af/yr), and the statewide Bear River Project, which will provide an additional 50,000 af/yr around 2045.
The audit determined that the basin lost an average of 2,900 acre-feet per year from 1980 to 2011 through drought and over-pumping.
Allen and state officials, including Staples, say Mexico is required to release the water in equal annual allotments - about 350,000 acre-feet per year - unless it is suffering exceptional drought conditions.
California American Water has committed to pay USD11.2m between 1 April 2009 and 1 July 2016, although the company's agreement with NOAA Fisheries also states that these payments will cease upon completion of the Monterey Bay Regional Water Project, which will replace approximately 10,000 acre-feet per year of pumping from the Carmel River.
* 40 square miles x 640 acres/sq mile x 8 tons/acre/year x 0.17 delivery ratio x 2000 lbs/ton x {1 acre/43560 [ft.sup.2]} x {1/127 lbs/[ft.sup.3]} = 12.6 acre-feet per year.
Aside from a spike in total quantity leased in 2001 (1.5 million acre-feet), the total volume remains under or just around 100,000 acre-feet per year through 2007.
gives the entire states of Nevada and Arizona just 300,000 and 50,000 acre-feet per year respectively."
The Department of Ecology has stated the limit to be 275 acre-feet per year and claims the city agreed to this limitation.