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Principles of Water Resources: History,…

Principles of Water Resources: History, Development, Management, and…

by Thomas V. Cech

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Principles of Water Resources presents a long-awaited comprehensive look at our most precious resource. With its broad coverage of the history of water availability and use as well as government development, management and policy of water usage, this text is ideal for students of geography, biology, environmental studies, urban planning, geology, environmental engineering, soils and range sciences, watershed science, public administration, fisheries and wildlife, forestry resources, hydrology, natural resources, and ecology. The author has enlivened the text with interesting sidebars, policy issues, and closer looks at past and present examples of water use.

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