Water resource management
Water resources are exploited for industrial and agricultural production from both groundwater (aquifers) and surface water sources - rivers and streams, lakes and reservoirs, water recycling and rainwater harvesting systems.
Water resource management planning and licencing uses hydrogeological and hydrological sciences for forecasting and modelling to conserve resources and meet demand.
The Openfields library holds materials on management and planning for the use of ground and surface water resources.
A sample of Items held in the Water resource management category
- Could protected landscapes have a leading role to play in the sustainable management of natural resources?
- Soil and Water Volume 14 No. 2
- Expand horizons
- 1775: Encouraging catchment based water quality improvement
- Soil and Water Volume 7 No. 1
- Watercress growing and its environmental impacts on chalk rivers in England (NECR027)
- 1488: Water saving in agriculture
- Developing automated sensor systems for precision irrigation of potatoes: saving water?
- Soil and Water Volume 11 No. 4
- Soil and Water Volume 12 No. 3
There are currently no subcategories in the Water resource management section.
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The OpenFields Library is a free online library contains items of interest to practitioners and researchers in the agricultural and landbased industries.