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The Water Atlas A Unique Visual Analysis of the World's Most Critical Resource

Atlas
By: Robin Clarke and Jannet King
127 pages, colour illus, maps
Publisher: The New Press
The Water Atlas
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  • The Water Atlas ISBN: 9781565849075 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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Up until now, no single publication has given shape and meaning to statistics about water use, re-use, and control. With a range of maps of startling clarity and richness of detail, The Water Atlas brings together the latest findings to show water distribution worldwide, the real cost of use in water-rich countries, and the dangers of a future where privatization and profit dictate availability. The atlas covers a wide range of topics, from consumption and scarcity to areas of political tension and looming catastrophes. Including detailed profiles of vulnerable regions-such as California, the Middle East, and India-as well as bold summaries of the global picture, The Water Atlas will be a unique resource for general readers as well as health professionals, advocates, and students.

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Atlas
By: Robin Clarke and Jannet King
127 pages, colour illus, maps
Publisher: The New Press
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