The commission shall make use of surveys, studies, and investigations conducted by
the staff of the commission in order to ascertain the character of the principal requirements
of the district regional division of the watershed areas of the state for beneficial
uses of water, to the end that distribution of the right to take and use state water
may be more equitably administered in the public interest, that privileges granted
for recognized uses may be economically coordinated so as to achieve the maximum of
public value from the state's water resources, and that the distinct regional necessities
for water control and conservation and for control of harmful floods may be recognized.
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