6 edition of Water resources management found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Neil S. Grigg.|
|LC Classifications||HD1691 .G75 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 540 p. :|
|Number of Pages||540|
|LC Control Number||95051376|
Sometimes water management involves changing practices, such as groundwater withdrawal rates, or allocation of water to different purposes. Pressurized water is used in water blasting and water jet cutters. Of the remaining one percent, a fifth is in remote, inaccessible areas and much seasonal rainfall in monsoonal deluges and floods cannot easily be used. Harmancioglu, a Professor of Hydrology and Water Resources, was actively involved in teaching and research at DEU Faculty of Engineering from to formerly the Aegean University from to The UN estimates that by there will be an additional 3.
Millions of pumps of all sizes are currently extracting groundwater throughout the world. More and more they have to apportion diminishing supplies between ever-increasing demands. In all cases, manuscripts must address implications and provide insight regarding agricultural water management. Golf courses are often targeted as using excessive amounts of water, especially in drier regions. Traditional constituencies press the Corps to complete projects that have been planned for many years and campaign for new projects to serve traditional flood control and navigation purposes.
Regarding food production, the World Bank targets agricultural food production and water resource management as an increasingly global issue that is fostering an important and growing debate. Water withdrawal can be very high for certain industries, but consumption is generally much lower than that of agriculture. The UN estimates that by there will be an additional 3. However, the practice is young, and options for its application in a wider range of Corps works are little explored. This situation can occur naturally under endorheic bodies of water, or artificially under irrigated farmland. In addition to problems of water quantity there are also problems of water quality.
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The hyporheic zone often forms a dynamic interface between surface water and groundwater from aquifers, exchanging flow between rivers and aquifers that may be fully charged or depleted.
As population and development increase, raising water demand, the possibility of problems inside a certain country or region increases, as it happens with others outside the region. Other irrigation methods considered to be more efficient include drip or trickle irrigationsurge irrigationand some types of sprinkler systems where the sprinklers are operated near ground level.
Even if sewage is treated, problems still arise. Paul and West Palm Beach meetings included open public sessions in which representatives of other federal and state agencies participated. Brazil is estimated to have the largest supply of fresh water in the world, followed by Russia and Canada.
This means that the water usually contains excessive levels of nutrients and salts, as well as a wide range of pathogens. This is because there are now seven billion people on the planet, their consumption of water-thirsty meat and vegetables is rising, and there is increasing competition for water from industryurbanisation biofuel crops, and water reliant food items.
For example, the Corps today finds itself in the middle of several pointed planning and management controversies.
Treated sewage forms sludge, which may be placed in landfills, spread out on land, incinerated or dumped at sea. In the past, water development has often proceeded in a single-sector fashion, with each group of users implementing its own plans without coordination with other groups, resulting in both conflict and inefficiency.
Some issues that are often insufficiently considered are salinization of groundwater and contaminant accumulation leading to water quality declines.
Evaporation from this lake is higher than evaporation from a river due to the larger surface area exposed to the elements, resulting in much higher water consumption.
For example, water retained in a reservoir to allow boating in the late summer is not available to farmers during the spring planting season. At that time, there were fewer than half the current number of people on the planet. Consequently, objectives are not always clear and uncertainties about outcomes are frequently great.
As a result some regions are now in a perpetual state of demand outstripping supply and in many more regions that is the case at critical times of the year or in years of low water availability.
The natural outputs from groundwater are springs and seepage to the oceans. Some governments, including the Californian Government, have labelled golf course usage as agricultural in order to deflect environmentalists ' charges of wasting water.
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