By: James L Wescoat and Gilbert F White
322 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
This book fully analyses the relationship between water management, environmental conditions and public policy. It draws on examples from around the world, with emphasis on integrative approaches.
'... a concise and erudite primer aimed at helping hydrologists and environmental managers to find a common language to talk about policymaking for rivers, lakes, wetlands and underground water reserves ... As befits its distinguished authors, it exudes authority.' Times Higher Education Supplement '... a significant contribution to the growing library of water and environment management texts.' Geography
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