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  1. Global Change: Impacts on Water and food Security (Water Resources Development and Management)
  2. Water Footprint and Virtual Water Trade in Spain: Policy Implications (Natural Resource Management and Policy) by Alberto Garrido, M. Ramón Llamas, et all 2010-04-07
  3. Water Wars: Privatization, Pollution, and Profit by Vandana Shiva, 2002-02
  4. Water Wells and Pumps by A. M Michael, S. D Khepar, et all 2008-06-03
  5. Water Quality & Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water (Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Series) by American Water Works Association, James Edzwald, 2010-12-03
  6. Mineral and Water Resources of Arizona: The Arizona Bureau of Mines Bulletin 180 1969 by Arizona Bureau Of Mines, 1969
  7. Mineral and Water Resources of Utah by U.S. Geological Survey, 1964
  8. Water Centric Sustainable Communities: Planning, Retrofitting and Building the Next Urban Environment by Vladimir Novotny, Jack Ahern, et all 2010-10-12
  9. Agricultural Use of Groundwater: Towards Integration between Agricultural Policy and Water Resources Management (Economics, Energy and Environment)
  10. Water Institutions: Policies, Performance and Prospects (Water Resources Development and Management)
  11. Water: Use Less-Save More: 100 Water-Saving Tips for the Home (The Chelsea Green Guides) by Jon Clift, Amanda Cuthbert, 2007-09-05
  12. Multiobjective optimization in water resources systems, Volume 3: The surrogate worth trade-off method (Developments in Water Science)
  13. Water and the West: The Colorado River Compact and the Politics of Water in the American West, Second Edition by Norris Hundley Jr., 2009-05-15
  14. Flat Water: A History of Nebraska and Its Water (Resource Report, No 12, March 1993) by Robert D. Kuzelka, 1993-03

81. Colorado Water Knowledge
Contains information about water resources in Colorado. Topics include water quality, major river basins, aquatic organisms, wetlands, conservation, and water law.
Excellence in Water Resources at
Colorado Water
A huge list of water facts!
A description of stream processes and an overview of Colorado's geology, water history, and climate. Links to water related definitions are also provided.
A description of Colorado's major river basins and aquifers, how the water from these sources are used and managed, and methods for conserving Colorado's water.
A description of the fish and aquatic insects present in Colorado's waters, wetlands, water quality, and links to environmental laws.
A description of transmountain diversions, interstate compacts, Colorado water rights law, and federal, state, and local administrative agencies.
A list of frequently asked questions and answers about Colorado water.
Information about this recovering species.
Committed to protecting and restoring Colorado's watersheds
for links to water information and the water quiz.
for drinking water information for children
for more links to changing hydrologic information.
for water information for students and teachers.

82. Water Resources Consulting Services And Expert Witness In Hydrology And Hydrauli
Civil engineering consulting firm in the field of surface water resources hydrology and hydraulics, with offices in northern California and Nevada.
Welcome to Water Resources Consulting Services
WRCS is a civil engineering consultant firm in the field of surface water resources engineering, hydrology and hydraulics, and litigation support (expert witness in hydrology) with offices in northern California. We have municipal, commercial and professional clients nationwide. Our consultants offer Hydrologic and Hydraulic Consulting Services, Engineering Design Services and Expert Witness Capabilities in many fields of expertise related to Surface Water Resources Engineering The Company President, Mr. Van Bruggen, is a renowned surface water hydrology and hydraulics expert. He has considerable experience as an expert witness in water resources engineering and the forensics of floods, drowning and the solutions for flooding situations. Hydrology Software web pages Services Capabilities
Engineering Services
Contact Info

83. NYS Water Resources Institute Home
WELCOME to the website of the New York State water resources Institute (NYS WRI), National Institutes for water resources, a network of 55 USA
The New York State
Water Resources Institute
Site Index Home page


WRI Faculty Advisory Committee
Affiliates: WRI Projects ... Cornell Water Resources Activities

WELCOME to the website of the New York State Water Resources Institute (NYS WRI), a program of the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at Cornell University in Ithaca NY , USA.
FY2005 competitive grants program for higher education research to support nonpoint source management
FY2005 national NIWR/USGS competitive grants program We are Cornell staff and project principals whose purpose is to conduct water research and education projects in support of the public, water suppliers, businesses, and governments. We are connected to:

84. Water Resources Publications - Books, Software, Proceedings And More
Publisher's online catalog, including descriptions of available books, CDs, and other publications in the area of water resources sciences.
A leading publisher and distributor of water resources books, related publications, and computer software, worldwide, since 1971 Featured Publications 2003 - 2005:

85. A Routledge Title: International Journal Of Water Resources Development
Academics and researchers in the water resources field International Journal of water resources Development is noted in the following Aqualine Abstracts
Contact Us Members of the Group All Products Books Journal Article eBooks Alphabetical Listing Journals by Subject New Journals Advertising ... eBooks
International Journal of Water Resources Development Editor: Professor Asit K. Biswas President, Third World Centre for Water Management, Mexico.
Editorial Information
Publication Details:
Volume 21, 2005, Quarterly
ISSN Print 0790-0627 ISSN Online 1360-0648 2005 Subscription Rates
Subscribe Online!

Institutional: US$841/£509
Individual: US$146/£89
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Aims and Scope: International Journal of Water Resources Development covers all aspects of water development and management in both industrialized and Third World countries. Contents focus on the practical implementation of policies for water resources development, monitoring and evaluation of technical projects, and, to a lesser extent, water resources research. Articles are rigorous and in-depth, and range in approach from applied geographical analysis to the examination of strategic, economic and social issues. Audience:
  • Academics and researchers in the water resources field Policymakers and managers in all organizations that are affected by, or concerned with, water resources development

86. Environment Home Page - HEP - FHWA
Federal Highway Administration site includes information and links on transportation planning, air quality, water resources, traffic noise, and other environmental topics.
Transportation planning and project development must reflect the desires of communities, and take into account the impacts on both the natural and human environments. Transportation projects are closely looked at to see how they might impact the community, the natural environment, and our health and welfare. Before any project can move forward to construction, the FHWA must address and comply with laws related to the environment. These laws cover social, economic, and environmental concerns ranging from community cohesion to threatened and endangered species. To get through this detailed process, FHWA and FTA use the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process to evaluate impacts associated with each individual project. Two Offices within the Federal Highway Administration focus on environmental protection and enhancement. The Office of Natural and Human Environment primarily focuses on environmental programs associated with air quality, noise, and water quality, and on programs associated with the built environment, including transportation enhancements, bicycle and pedestrian facilities and scenic byways. The Office of Project Development and Environmental Review focuses on NEPA project development process as a balanced and streamlined approach to transportation decisionmaking that takes into account the potential impacts on both human and natural resources and the public's need for safe and efficient transportation improvements. Information regarding the full range of FHWA environmental programs can be found on this website. If you don't see the topic you are looking for, check our

87. Virginia Water Resources Research Center
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Water Center Virginia water resources Research Center 23 Agnew Hall (0444) Virginia Tech - Blacksburg,
Education Research Outreach Daily News ... Links Newsletter: Virginia Water Central Current Edition:
Previous Issues
Search: Conferences and Symposia Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of the Water Center
The Inn at Virginia Tech and Skelton Conference Center

October 10-12, 2005


88. Chris Head - Consultant In Hydropower And Water Resources Development
Consultant for water resources and hydropower development.
Chris Head
Consultant in hydropower and water resources development Chris Head is a UK-based consultant with over 30 years international experience in hydropower and water resources development. He spent many years in a senior position with an international firm of consulting engineers, before establishing himself as an independent consultant in 2001. With this broad background he is well placed to advise on the technical, commercial and contractual issues that arise in the use of water resources, and specifically in the development of hydropower and multipurpose projects. His recent assignments have included work in the following areas: Contracts Concession, PPA, Construction Business Strategy Financing Arrangements Public-Private Partnerships Risk Allocation Power Utility Privatisation Renewable Energy Issues Due Diligence River Basin Planning Institutional Aspects Water Resources Management Concession Agreements Energy/Water Agreements Procurement Expert Witness Contact details: Phone: Mobile: E-mail:

89. Water Resources Management 2005
The Wessex Institute of Technology is a research centre with an international reputation for engineering excellence. The Institute which has charitable
POST CONFERENCE REPORT - Last updated on document.write(document.lastModified); Water Resources Management 2005 Third International Conference on Water Resources Management
11 - 13 April 2005
Algarve, Portugal Organise d by:
Wessex Institute of Te chnology, UK
University of Coimbra, Portugal OVERVIEW The Third International Conference on Water Resources Management took place recently in the Algarve, organised by the University of Coimbra and the Wessex Institute of Technology. The Co-Chairmen were Carlos Brebbia, Director of the Institute and Maria da Conceicao Cunha, Professor at Coimbra. The conference was a great success and resulted in a number of high quality presentations and excellent discussions.
OPENING ADDRESS Carlos opened the meeting by explaining the importance of the conference programme for the work of WIT and the deliberate effort made to bring together scientists from many different countries in these meetings. The programme also gives WIT access to a pool of talent within the international scientific community. It brings together participants from all over the world, interacting in a friendly atmosphere. This is an important consideration which greatly contributes to the success of the series.

90. - Advances In Water Resources
Advances in water resources provides a forum for the presentation of fundamental scientific advances in the understanding of water resources systems.
Home Site map Regional Sites Advanced Product Search ... Advances in Water Resources Journal information Product description Editorial board Audience Abstracting/indexing ... Special issues and supplements For Authors Guide for authors Online Submission Subscription information Bibliographic and ordering information Conditions of sale Dispatch dates Journal related information Impact factor Most downloaded articles Other journals in same subject area About Elsevier ... Select your view ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES
D.A. Barry, W.F. Krajewski, C.T. Miller

See editorial board for all editors information
Note to Contributors:
From now on, all manuscripts should be submitted electronically through Elsevier Editorial System (EES) which can be accessed at

Advances in Water Resources provides a forum for the presentation of fundamental scientific advances in the understanding of water resources systems. The scope of Advances in Water Resources includes any combination of theoretical, computational, or experimental approaches used to advance fundamental understanding of surface or subsurface water resources systems or the interaction between these systems. Manuscripts involving applications or design, but not advancing fundamental understanding, are not appropriate for

91. Geauga County Ground-Water Resources, AEX-490.28-97
Factsheet providing information on groundwater resources in the county.
Ohio State University Extension
Food, Agricultural and Biological Engineering
590 Woody Hayes Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43210
Geauga County Ground-Water Resources
Marjorie L. Townsend
A. Wayne Jones
Larry C. Brown
Karen T. Ricker
Water stored under the earth's surface is a plentiful, yet precious, resource in most areas of Ohio. Many human activities may affect the quality and quantity of this resource. However, the availability and quality of this resource are influenced directly by the properties of the geologic formations that hold water. The chemical and physical nature of these formations varies from area to area, creating a wide range of water yields and quality at different depths and formations. This publication contains information about the ground-water resources underlying Geauga County. Its purpose is to help the reader better understand the factors that influence the quantity and quality of ground water. An overview of the county's water resources is provided in the publication Water Resources of Geauga County , AEX-480.28.

92. Nevada Department Of Conservation And Natural Resources
Divisions conservation districts, environmental protection, forestry, state lands, state parks, water planning, water resources, wildlife. Commissions environmental, wildlife, wild horse. Natural Heritage program.

93. North Carolina Division Of Water Resources
water resources Development Plan Ground Water Management Section Reports NC water resources Congress US Army Corps of Engineers
About DWR Contact Us Jobs News ... Staff Special Topics House Bill 1215 Revised Rule
Eno River Management

Water Withdrawal Registration Update

Dept. of Agriculture's CCP Water Use Survey
... DENR - 1611 Mail Service Center - Raleigh, NC 27699-1611
Phone: (919)733-4064 - Fax: (919)733-3558 Last Modified: 09.02.2005

94. CTIWR Home Page
Conducts research and training as stipulated by the Federal water resources Act, and disseminates findings to water managers and the public.
Home About CTIWR Seminars Publications ... Projects
The Connecticut Institute of Water Resources was established in 1965 by the Federal Water Resources Research Act with two primary objectives. The first is to plan, conduct and arrange for competent research in the field of water resources. The second is to cooperate closely with colleges and universities in Connecticut in order to develop a statewide program designed to resolve state and regional water and related land problems.
  • REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS : The Connecticut Institute of Water Resources invites the faculty of all Connecticut colleges and universities to submit proposals for freshwater related research on problems of importance to Connecticut and the Northeast Region. This program is funded by a grant to the Institute from the U.S. Department of Interior, U.S. Geological Survey, as part of the National
    Water Resources Institute 104B Program. Final CT IWR awards are contingent upon Congressional approval of FY 2006 funding for the national water institute program. New this year: Undergraduate Research Competition; Water Allocation Planning.

95. Home
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96. Welcome To The Inter-American Water Resources Network
Recognizing the need to strengthen water resources management, the mission of the InterAmerican water resources Network is to build and strengthen water
Select Regional Nodes Brazil Node South Cone Node Inter-American Water Resources Network Keyword Search: - Advanced Search -
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IWRN Mission Recognizing the need to strengthen water resources management, the mission of the Inter-American Water Resources Network is to build and strengthen water resources partnerships between nations, organizations, and individuals that transcend disciplines, political boundaries, and language barriers; promote education and the open exchange of information and technical expertise; and enhance communication, cooperation, collaboration, and financial commitment to the implementation of integrated water and land resources management within the context of environmental and economic sustainability in the Americas. [ Become a member Advertisement DIALOGUE V


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97. Water Resources Center, University Of Minnesota
Welcome to the University of Minnesota s water resources Center (WRC). The WRC conducts and funds research and outreach related to water resources in the
The Water Resources Center is a cooperative program of the College of Natural Resources, College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences, and University of Minnesota Extension Service.
Minnesota Water 2005 and
Annual Water Resources

Joint Conference
WRC Conferences and Events
Welcome to the University of Minnesota's Water Resources Center (WRC). The WRC conducts and funds research and outreach related to water resources in the state of Minnesota. The graduate program in Water Resources Science also is administered by the WRC. As the focal point for a broad range of research, education and information exchange related to water resources, the WRC links faculty and student researchers with practicing professionals and citizens to address water resources issues. This facilitates effective delivery of research results to citizens and decision-makers and opens new avenues for multi-disciplinary and interagency partnerships.
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98. HA 730-G Ground Water Atlas Of The United States
Online USGS report describes the groundwater resources of this 4state region.
U.S. Geological Survey
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina
HA 730-G
by James A. Miller

Contents of HA 730-G, published in 1990
The text is available online with links to each figure, and as a downloadable ascii file.
Illustrations are available online as screen-viewable JPEGs, and as downloadable tiff files suitable for printing and editing.
The references are available online, and as a downloadable ascii file
The electronic version of these illustrations have been adapted for the web from the original print publication. Therefore data users are cautioned to consider carefully the appropriate use of this downloadable data.
The Atlas publication is intended for use as an introduction to the Nation's ground water resources, and as a teaching tool. For more information on how to purchase a copy of the printed Atlas please refer to the order form. ordering the print product.

99. Wetlands & Water Resources Programme Of IUCN - The World Conservation Union
Wetlands and water resources Programme promotes the sustainable use of wetlands and water resources. We advise on the management and restoration of
A just world that values and conserves nature About IUCN Members News Our Work ... Publications Search
Nepal celebrates World Wetlands Day
2 February 2005
Communities of the Jagdishpur Reservoir and Beeshazari Tal wetlands in Nepal celebrated the importance of the sustainable use of wetlands during World Wetlands Day. IUCN Nepal organized an extensive awareness raising programme in many parts of the country. This year's focus of the celebration was in raising awareness on wetland values in all the Ramsar sites in Nepal, with special focus on the above two sites. [ full story
Early observations of tsunami effects on wetlands and water resources
12 January 2005
The recent tsunami disaster that hit countries in South and Southeast Asia, and Eastern Africa, has caused enormous damage to people, their livelihoods and their natural environments. Some of the most important coastal environments are wetlands: supporting inland and marine fisheries, agriculture and other sources of food and income for local populations. This initial assessment of the impacts of the tsunami in Asia and Africa on wetlands and water resources is based on various sources, and will be improved once better information comes in. [

100. Water Resources Discussion Lists
WATER FORUM for discussion of surface water and groundwater resources issues; For communication and discussion among water resource managers,
The Water Quality Information Center at the National Agricultural Library
Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture
Water Resources Discussion Lists
Compiled by
Joseph R. Makuch Version 9.5
February 28, 2005 Internet "lists" or "mailing groups" are topical electronic forums where list subscribers may post announcements, participate in discussions and pose and answer questions. These forums cover a vast array of topics. This is a listing of electronic discussion lists that are primarily concerned with topics related to water resources. For the sake of brevity and focus, the listing does not include the many other environmentally oriented lists that may periodically address water resource issues. Brief instructions for subscribing to lists are given at the end of this document. For a thorough discussion of mailing lists, see Internet Mailing Lists Guides and Resources (at If you know of any additions, deletions,or corrections that should be made to this listing, please send the information to Seventy-eight Entries
  • AG-IMPACT : A forum for discussing issues, problems and progress in developing methods for assessing environmental impacts of agriculture; an international forum for the growing body of multi-disciplinary researchers and practitioners working to develop environmental impact assessment systems and assessment tools, or involved with the application of environmental impact assessment methods.
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