3 edition of Interregional water transfers found in the catalog.
Interregional water transfers
|Statement||editors, Genady N. Golubev, Asit K. Biswas.|
|Series||Water development, supply, and management ;, v. 6|
|Contributions||Golubev, G. N., Biswas, Asit K., International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis.|
|LC Classifications||TD201 .I82 1979|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, p. 59-217 :|
|Number of Pages||217|
|LC Control Number||78040769|
Since the pioneering work of Hartman and Seastone () and Howe and Easter (), several authors have emphasized the eﬃciency criterion of interregional transfers. This tradition culminates with the paper of Vaux and Howitt () in which a model of interregional trade is by: 1. Globalized Water presents a compilation of voices that forms a unique scientific exploration of contemporary water management models and governance issues. The book describes the water paradox—how a local resource has become a global product—and the implications of this in how we identify challenges and make policy in the water sector.
Interregional transfers of water embodied in electricity may also reach tens of billion gallons of water per year. However, these water requirements will vary substantially based on the light-duty vehicle mix, carbon policy, electric power generation mix, biofuel production levels, and feedstock by: 4. Full text of "International and interregional economics" See other formats.
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Interregional water transfers: Problems and prospects (Water development, supply, and management) [G.N. Golubev, Asit K. Biswas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The largest interbasin water transfer operating in Spain today transfers up to Mm3 per year from the central Tagus River to the Southeast, and an additional 50 Mm3 to the Tablas de Daimiel.
Available now at - ISBN: - hardcover - Pergamon Press Ltd., Oxford, United Kingdom - - Book Condition: Good - First Edition, First Printing. - No Dust Jacket - Numerous figures and tables, light sun fading to spine, slightly wear to head of spine and corners of cover, bump to bottom corners of cover, text and illustrations are clean, bright Interregional water transfers book tight throughout.
Interbasin water transfers are the most expensive and complex supply-side tool used. They are also the most controversial, often associated with such unintended consequences as deteriorating freshwater ecosystems, disappearing recreational opportunities provided by aquatic ecosystems, and the loss of development opportunities for downstream Cited by: This book brings together thirty of the best economic articles addressing water scarcity issues within the US and Mexico.
By touching on a number of different issues, this volume clearly articulates the need for improving existing institutional arrangements as well as for developing new arrangements to address growing water scarcity Edition: 1st Edition.
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They found that the water scarcity of this region is alleviated through virtual and actual interregional water transfers. According to the study results, the region is a net water importer through agricultural trade.
Egypt water footprint literature. During the last two decades, Cited by: 5. Especially important in this category are interregional or interbasin water transfer canals.
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and the potential for net water savings at the basin level is often overstated. In addition, the social and environmental costs of supply-side approaches to capturing more water, such as interbasin transfers and construction of more dams, are seldom fully identified and in many cases—especially in closing basins—will only exacerbate Size: 2MB.
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A growing number of virtual water studies have been conducted on multiple levels in China with many meaningful results (as listed in Table 1).At the sectoral level, the Agricultural and Food sectors proved to be the dominant part of interregional virtual water trades (Zhang and Anadon, ).At the provincial and basin level, Zhang et al.,Zhang et al., and Wang et al.
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The book should be interesting to engineers engaged in water-rights ciency of water transfers from one water use activity to another. This costs related to a major interregional water transfer might be advan tageous to both regions. Such transfers are, and apparently will be. Multiple bills take varied approaches to solving water issue.
they’ll also be challenged to decide how to facilitate such interregional water transfers — such as with a pipeline — and. benefits of intrastate versus interstate water transfers with salinity and hydroelectric demand also determining the benefits of water transfers. Further extensions used sequential and dynamic aspects to analyze and climate or drought on interregional water allocation (Booker, ; Booker and Ward, ).
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City transfers, taxis, daily arrangements, interregional transfers. In addition to physical relocation processes, interregional transfers of water resources also take place virtually through trade flows (Allan, ).
Differences in water availability across the country enhance regional comparative advantage in resource-intensive sectors, such as agriculture, in water-rich areas (Wichelns. Following the fall of the Han dynasty, China returned to regional kingdoms for the next years.
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