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Table of contents: 1. Introduction -- 2. The role of stakeholders in the IWRP process -- 3. IWRP planning objectives and evaluation criteria -- 4. IWRP decision-making model -- 5. Project need and potential shortages -- 6. Supply options -- 7. Demand management options -- 8. Thematic water resource strategies -- 9. Hybrid water resource strategies -- 10. IWRP preferred strategy -- 11. Conclusions and recommendations for future work -- Appendix A. Glossary -- Appendix B. Level 1 stakeholder meetings -- Appendix C. Level 2 stakeholder forum -- Appendix D. Level 3 public outreach -- Appendix E. Results of options screening -- Appendix F. Evaluation of thematic water resource strategies -- Appendix G. Evaluation of hybrid water resource strategies -- Appendix H. Economic analysis of hybrid and preferred strategies -- Appendix I. Imported water and the IWRP -- Appendix J. District's demand management program -- Appendix K. IWRP modeling assumptions -- Appendix L. December 10, 1996, board meeting -- Appendix M. Bibliography.
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