Concept

Instream use

Summary
Instream use refers to water use taking place within a stream channel. Examples are hydroelectric power generation, navigation, fish propagation and use, and recreational activities. Some instream uses, usually associated with fish populations and navigation, require a minimum amount of water to be viable. The term is often used in discussions concerning water resources allocation and/or water rights. See also *Water law *International trade and water
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