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The Atlas of Water: Mapping the World's Most Critical Resource (The Earthscan Atlas) [Paperback]

Maggie Black , Jannet King
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Table of Contents

Part I: A Finite Resource 1. The Global Water Pot  2. Water Shortage  3. Rising Demand  4. Dwindling Supply  5. Competition and Conflict  6. Climate Change  Part II: Environmental Pressures  7. Urbanization  8. Altered Flows  9. Draining Wetlands  10. Drylands and Droughts  11. Floods  Part III: Water for Living  12. Water for Drinking  13. Water for Sanitation  14. Water at Home  15. Water and Disease  16. Harbouring Disease  17. Water for Food  18. Dispossession by Water  Part IV: Water for Economic Production  19. Irrigation  20. Water for Industry  21. Water for Energy  22. Water for Fisheries  23. Transport and Leisure  24. Water for Sale  Part V: Damaged Water  25. Water Pollutants  26. Water Pollution  27. Damaged Waterways  28. Threatened Ecologies  Part VI: Water for the Future  29. MDGs  30. Treaties and Obligations  31. Deepening Cooperation  32. Managing Water Resources  33. Water Footprint  34. Water at a Price  35. Technological Fixes  Part VII: Data Tables Needs and Resources Uses and Abuses  Glossary  Useful Conversions  Useful Sources  References  Index

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