Water Resources Management IV

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C. A. Brebbia, A. Kungolos
WIT Press, Jan 1, 2007 - Nature - 699 pages
Water resources are under extreme pressure today all over the world. The resulting problems have given rise to many activities which reflect the growing concern about them and the importance of effective management. As water increasingly becomes a precious resource on which the well-being of future generations depends, it is essential to discuss issues concerning quality, quantity, planning and other related topics. Containing papers presented at the Fourth International Conference on Water Resources Management this book examines the recent technological and scientific developments associated with the management of surface and sub-surface water resources. The wide variety of subjects covered are as follows: Water Resource Management and Planning; Waste Water Treatment and Management; Water Markets and Policies; Urban Water Management; Water Quality; Storm Water Management; Water Security Systems; Pollution Control; Irrigation Problems; Reservoirs and Lakes; River Basin Management; Hydrological Modelling; Flood Risk; Decision Support Systems; Groundwater Flow Problems and Remediation Technologies; Coastal and Estuarial Problems; Soil and Water Conservation and Risk Analysis.

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Contents

Incorporating CO2 net flux in multipurpose reservoir water allocation
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Impact of climate change on the water resources of the Auckland region
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Innovative design and solutions for mine water management
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