CUP

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CUPCalifornia University of Pennsylvania
CUPCuban Peso (ISO currency code)
CUPCambridge University Press
CUPColumbia University Press
CUPConditional Use Permit
CUPCanadian University Press
CUPCancer of Unknown Primary
CUPCommittee of Union and Progress (Turkey)
CUPChina Unionpay (credit card company)
CUPCentro Unico Prenotazioni (Italian: One Centre Bookings)
CUPContents Under Pressure (radio show)
CUPContent Usage Policy (intellectual property; various organizations)
CUPCursor Position
CUPCandidatura d'Unitat Popular (Catalan countries)
CUPCanterbury University Press (New Zealand)
CUPCommission Université Palais (French: University Building Commission)
CUPCommon Unix Printing System
CUPCisco Unified Presence
CUPCompetitive Upgrade
CUPContinuous Upgrade Process
CUPCode Universel des Produits (French: Universal Product Code)
CUPCarcinoma of Unknown Primary
CUPComparable Uncontrolled Price (accounting)
CUPCentral Utility Plant (University of Colorado Denver)
CUPCondom Use Programme (various locations)
CUPChina University of Petroleum (Beijing)
CUPControl Unit Port
CUPClarion University of Pennsylvania
CUPConsumptive Use Permit
CUPCommon Underlying Proficiency
CUPCopper Units of Pressure
CUPConstructor of Useful Parsers
CUPComponent Unit Price (various organizations)
CUPCompassionate Use Program (pharmaceuticals)
CUPCareers Using Physics
CUPCentralized Ultrasound Processing
CUPCommon Undersea Picture
CUPCOMSEC Utility Program
CUPCarupano, Venezuela - Carupano (Airport Code)
CUPCorrosion Under Paint
CUPCommon User Products
CUPConsolidated Utilization Plan
CUPCataloguing Upgrade
CUPCommon User Processor
CUPCommonality Usage Proposal (NASA)
CUPCatalog Update Process
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The main features and a key part of the Act, the consumptive use permit (CUP) system, have been described by Tilley, Lynne, and Boggess (1985).
(14) It also prohibits water management districts from reducing consumptive use permit allocations due to successful water conservation efforts during the term of the permit, which removes a longstanding "use it or lose it" disincentive for permittees, and it further allows water management districts to offer permit extensions as an incentive for extraordinary water conservation efforts.
* Water Supply Plans--There are several provisions that create new procedures for water management districts, such as updating water supply plans when a consumptive use permit is denied to protect an MFL.
(19) In general, all consumptive use permit applicants are essentially considered as potential reclaimed water end users.
Consumptive use permits are issued for such supplemental water supplies, creating a water right.
Water management districts, however, continue, somewhat recklessly, to issue consumptive use permits while they are failing to determine the limits of the water resources in their districts.
John's River Water Management District in Florida, described how boards made up of lay people decide competing uses and issue consumptive use permits good for two to twenty -- and even fifty -- years, if infrastructure is involved.
Consumptive use permits are one of the principal features of the Water Resources Act.