Allocation and management in practice
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This book examines some of the successes and failures of actual implementation of modern water policy options in the light of the principles and concepts which have emerged from the Rio Earth Summit, the Dublin Statement and other international consensus.
The book attempts to share real practical experience at all levels: local, regional, national and international, emphasising the co-operation between different professions and sectors that must take place to ensure adequate supplies of fresh water in future.
Table of Contents
Section 1: Water Allocation 1. Policy Responses to the Closure of Water Resources: Regional and Global Issues 2. Water Policy Formulation and Implementation in Bangladesh 3. Policy Development in the Water Sector - The South African Experience 4. Prospects for Cooperation in the Euphrates-Tigris Basin 5. Computer Aided Decision Support System for Water Strategic Planning in Jordan 6. Theory and Practice in Irrigation Water Allocation in the UK Section 2: Water Resources 7. Water Resources - The Need for Regional Continental and Global Assessments - An African Perspective 8. A Management Approach to National Water Scarcity 9. Water Resources Management in England & Wales 10. ‘Four Waters’ Concept in Watershed Management in India 11. Spanish Water Supply and Demand Management: The Case of Water Transfers 12. Water for Sustainable Development in the North-Eastern Badia, Jordan Section 3: Environment & Water Quality 13. Groundwater Resource Degradation: A Framework for Analysis, with Examples from China and Palestine 14. Urban Groundwater Resource Management - Priorities for Developing Cities 15. Framework of Water Resources Protection Policies in the Sultanate of Oman 16. A Water Quality Management Strategy Study Case: The Nile River 17. Water Quality Protection Policy and Integrated Agricultural and Environmental Protection Strategies in Lithuania 18. Private Water Supplies - A Catchment Approach Section 4: Water Supply Management 19. Technology Implications of Irrigation Water Delivery Policies 20. To Meter or Not to Meter; That is the Question 21. Effective and Transparent Strategies for Community Water Supply Programmes in Developing Countries 22. Water use Efficiency in Delta Egypt: The Mis-Matched Patterns of Supply and Demand 23. Evolution of Water Supply and Sanitation in Finland Tentative Implications for Environmental Policies 24. Understanding Water Supply Control in Canal Irrigation Systems Section 5: Water Economics 25. The Value of Water Valuation 26. Ins
Howsam, P.; Carter, R.C.