4 edition of Confronting the Nation"s Water Problems found in the catalog.
January 2004 by National Academy Press .
Written in English
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Given the competition for water among farmers, communities, aquatic ecosystems and other users--as well as emerging challenges such as climate change and the threat of waterborne diseases--Confronting the Nation's Water Problems concludes that an additional $70 million in federal funding should go annually to water research.
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[National Research Confronting the Nations Water Problems book (U.S.). Committee on Assessment of Water Resources Research.;] -- In order to confront the increasingly Confronting the Nations Water Problems book water problems faced by Confronting the Nations Water Problems book parts of the country, the United States needs to make a new commitment to research on water resources.
But as Brahma Chellaney reports in his new book, Water, Peace, and War: Confronting the Global Water Crisis, by the s some two thirds of the world’s population will face problems getting enough of the stuff.
In the United States and other highly developed countries, the battles over water pit those who want rapid economic development Cited by: In Confronting the Nation’s Water Problems: The Role of Research, the National Academies’ Committee on Assessment of Water Resources Research refines the findings from the June Envisioning the Agenda for Water Resources Research in the 21st Century report, examines investments in federal water resources research, addresses the needFile Size: KB.
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