Water resources, planning and management

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SeriesBibliographical series -- no.23, ST/LIB/SER.B/23
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Open LibraryOL21114545M
ISBN 100119050315

The purpose of this book is to introduce the major topics of water resources planning in one volume.

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Water Resources Yield was written by authors with extensive experience of teaching, research and consultancy in the field of water resources planning and management. The book has benefited from their extensive experience teaching this subject to graduate students from various parts of the world, and some of the worked examples have been adapted.

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Known as the Green Book for the color of its cover, the report presented the classic economic efficiency model as the standard for analysis.Integrated Water Resource Management: A New Way Forward 7 T he gradual transformation in expectations for water resources management over the last century is well known to those working in the field.

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