Comprehensive transboundary international water quality by American Society Of Civil Engineers Environmental And Water

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The assessment team should identify and quantify the existing and planned water demands in the Basin according to type of use as described below. Optimal water sharing may be accomplished when this is done by sub-Basin or by reach or within an aquifer as appropriate. Within each category of use, the team should further classify uses as consumptive or nonconsumptive. Demands are classified as consumptive when they remove water from the water source for use. Their major effect on the watercourse or aquifer is to reduce the quantity of flow.

Certain parameters define the framework of the Agreement. The Parties should specify the extreme hydrologic events that the Agreement will cover. This means the Parties should clearly establish the quantitative measures of drought and flood conditions and establish the levels when special management for drought or flood conditions arises. The Parties should also define the water quality standards they are willing to maintain as a result of meeting the needs and demands for the water. The assessment team should identify and quantify the existing and planned water demands in the Basin according to type of use as described below.

B) Disputing Parties shall endeavor to agree on the chair of the panel within (15) days of the delivery of the request for the estab33 COMPREHENSIVE TRANSBOUNDARY INTERNATIONAL WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT AGREEMENT lishment of the panel. If the disputing Parties are unable to agree on the chair within this period, the disputing Party chosen by lot shall select within five days as chair an individual who is not a citizen of that Party. (c) Each disputing Party, within (15) days of selection of the chair, shall select an equal number of panelists who are citizens of the other disputing Party.

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