Edited By: Kenneth D Frederick, David C Major and Eugene Z Stakhiv
316 pages, Illus, figs, tabs
Global climate change is expected to have major impacts on water resources and aquatic ecosystems. This prospect presents planners, who are already struggling to meet the demands of growing populations and economies, with new challenges. This volume examines these challenges and the resulting conceptual issues for water planning and project evaluation practices. Reprinted from Climatic Change 37:1.
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