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by Henry Gilfond
Author: Henry Gilfond
Publisher: F. Watts (1978)
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Water, a Scarce Resource book. Discusses causes of and possible solutions to the water crisis.
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The book deals with the global and regional hydrology, examines the scope and emphasis of water resource planning in the Nile Basin over the past century and identifies future options. The material is intended to be relevant to environmental scientists, government officials and water resource professionals in both national and international agencies, as well as those concerned with the environment and hydraulic engineering in the academic community. Paperback re-issue; originally published in 1994.
Scarcity is the limited availability of a commodity, which may be in demand in the market or by the commons. The opposite of scarcity is abundance
Scarcity is the limited availability of a commodity, which may be in demand in the market or by the commons. The opposite of scarcity is abundance. Scarcity refers to a gap between limited resources and theoretically limitless wants. The notion of scarcity is that there is never enough (of something) to satisfy all conceivable human wants, even at advanced states of human technology.
Water resources – an analysis of trends, weak siglans and wild cards with implications for russia. Series: science, technology and innovation wp BRP 35/sti/2015. Any opinions or claims contained in this Working Paper do not necessarily reflect the. views of HSE. aritas.
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The Nile: an important international resource under pressure. The Nile drains approximately ten per cent of the continent of Africa and includes all or parts of the territories of nine sovereign nation states. The allocation of its waters and the management of them between the competing national and using interests are inevitably complicated and tend to be highly charged with respect to water rights, and the resulting tensions are likely to become of greater significance in future.