The territory of Georgia isn't inadequate in surface water. In any case, as in any area, Georgia also, the American southeast are inclined to scenes of dryness.
These scenes, combined with touchy populace development, have made drawn out times of dry spells which molded the relationship Georgians have with their water supply.
The historical backdrop of Georgia's dry spells is a significant part of how water approach has, and has not, adjusted. Hydrological dry spells happened from 1954 to 1956, 1981, 1985 to 1988, 1998 to 2002, and again from 2007 to 2009.
After every drought, the state took measures to determine issues brought about by dry spells and to relieve the harms of future water deficiencies, including the fruition of Buford Dam, endeavors at agreeable administration between Alabama, Florida, and Georgia, lastly preservation.