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Perspectives on Water: Uses and Abuses (edition 1987)

by David H. Speidel (Editor), Lon C. Ruedisili (Editor), Allen F. Agnew (Editor)

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This important volume contains 36 chapters from such varied sources as U.S. government publications, scientific journals, and other relevant works. Together these articles offer a uniquely comprehensive discussion of water--its place in the environment; its uses, problems, and hazards; and itsregulation by law, management procedures, and the economy. The authors present a rational approach to current problems and potential difficulties, stating the issues clearly without ignoring their complexity. It is crucial reading for undergraduates and graduate students of water resources indepartments of geology, geography, and environmental science; as well as for hydrology students in departments of civil engineering, geology, and agriculture.… (more)
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Title:Perspectives on Water: Uses and Abuses
Authors:David H. Speidel (Editor)
Other authors:Lon C. Ruedisili (Editor), Allen F. Agnew (Editor)
Info:Oxford University Press (1987), 400 pages
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This important volume contains 36 chapters from such varied sources as U.S. government publications, scientific journals, and other relevant works. Together these articles offer a uniquely comprehensive discussion of water--its place in the environment; its uses, problems, and hazards; and itsregulation by law, management procedures, and the economy. The authors present a rational approach to current problems and potential difficulties, stating the issues clearly without ignoring their complexity. It is crucial reading for undergraduates and graduate students of water resources indepartments of geology, geography, and environmental science; as well as for hydrology students in departments of civil engineering, geology, and agriculture.

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