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OWSCI Water Demand Forecast Model
Version: 1.0,  Date: 1/1/2009
Geographical Area:

SummaryMunicipalDomestic WellIndustrialAgricultureHelp
Water Demand Summary
Reporting Units:
Base Scenario    
Year Municipal Domestic Well Industrial Agriculture Total Municipal Domestic Well Industrial Agriculture Total Difference Percent Change
2010 498,807,621 74,210,969 476,263,146 6,857,813,145 7,907,094,881 498,807,621 74,210,969 476,263,146 6,857,813,145 7,907,094,881 0 0%
2015 531,191,741 79,144,457 476,263,146 6,939,421,122 8,026,020,465 531,191,741 79,144,457 476,263,146 6,939,421,122 8,026,020,465 0 0%
2020 565,064,218 84,301,854 476,263,146 7,002,814,440 8,128,443,657 565,064,218 84,301,854 476,263,146 7,002,814,440 8,128,443,657 0 0%
2025 598,930,739 89,362,831 476,263,146 7,105,562,036 8,270,118,752 598,930,739 89,362,831 476,263,146 7,105,562,036 8,270,118,752 0 0%
2030 633,420,315 94,529,876 476,263,146 7,190,118,224 8,394,331,561 633,420,315 94,529,876 476,263,146 7,190,118,224 8,394,331,561 0 0%
2035 666,784,782 99,632,498 476,263,146 7,275,680,631 8,518,361,057 666,784,782 99,632,498 476,263,146 7,275,680,631 8,518,361,057 0 0%
2040 700,899,768 104,903,830 476,263,146 7,342,145,762 8,624,212,505 700,899,768 104,903,830 476,263,146 7,342,145,762 8,624,212,505 0 0%
2045 736,574,738 110,566,402 476,263,146 7,449,872,139 8,773,276,424 736,574,738 110,566,402 476,263,146 7,449,872,139 8,773,276,424 0 0%
2050 775,489,785 116,508,304 476,263,146 7,538,525,617 8,906,786,852 775,489,785 116,508,304 476,263,146 7,538,525,617 8,906,786,852 0 0%
Total 75,548,646,155   75,548,646,155


Demand Forecast Qualifiers:
  • The "reference forecast" is intended to serve as a "check" against various user-defined scenarios. The input values assumed in the reference forecast are considered reasonable and any significant deviation from the input values used should be qualified or justified by the user.
  • Forecasts contain numbers that indicate accuracy out to 3 decimal places. This should not be taken as an indication of the accuracy of the result. Using the numbers to this level of accuracy was done to maintain consistency in the model.
  • Water demands are estimated as a total quantity without regard to supply systems or supply constraints. The fact that the model will forecast a future demand for a defined area is not an indication that water is available to meet that demand.
  • For additional qualifiers/model limitations, refer to HDR September 2008 report “Statewide Water Needs Assessment”, page 13.
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