Alternatives for Managing Wastewater in the San Francisco Bay and Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Area. Volume III. Appendix D - Evaluation of Selected Alternatives. Appendix E - Bibliography.
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The impact evaluation is the second of a two step process in this study necessary to gain an understanding of the accomplishments, shortcomings, and consequences of the wastewater management alternatives selected in Appendix B. It attempts to measure or place a value on the changes in the characteristics of the study area, identified in Appendix C, which could reasonably be expected to result from each wastewater management alternative. Evaluation procedures are oriented toward four broad objectives of water resources management. The four broad objectives of water resources management used in this evaluation process are as follows Environmental Quality, Social well-being, National economic development, and Regional development. It should be noted that these objectives are structured differently than the impact characteristics used in Appendix C, and an impact can be pertinent to one or more of the above water resources objectives.
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