Water: Economics, Management and Demand
T. Franks, M. Kay, L.E.D. Smith
CRC Press, Nov 1, 2002 - Architecture - 399 pages
This book forms the proceedings of the 18th European conference on irrigation and drainage. Water is not a free commodity, and demand is becoming more and more intense for its allocation. This book focuses on the role of irrigation and drainage in the debate on water, and will be used by planners, designers and policy makers internationally.
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