Table of contents for Water Resources Planning and Management / [edited by] R. Quentin Grafton, Karen Hussey.

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List of contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Part I. Understanding 'Water': 1. Climate change and the global water cycle; 2. Understanding global hydrology; 3. Groundwater and surface water connectivity; 4. Understanding the basics of water quality; 5. Inland water ecosystems; 6. Water, biodiversity and ecosystems: reducing our impact; 7. Global food production in a water constrained world: exploring 'green' and 'blue' challenges and solutions; Part II. Water Resources Planning and Management: 8. Water law and the search for sustainability: a comparative analysis; 9. Tackling the global water crisis: unlocking international law as fundamental to the peaceful management of the world's shared transboundary waters - introducing 'the H2O paradigm'; 10. Risk and uncertainty in water resources planning and management: a basic introduction; 11. Collaboration and stakeholder engagement; 12. Capacity building and knowledge sharing; 13. Adaptive and integrated management of water resources; 14. Gender and integrated water resource management; 15. Environmental flows: achieving ecological outcomes in variable environments; Part III. Water Resources Planning and Management - Case Studies: Section 1. Water and Waste Water Treatment: 16. Overcoming water scarcity in Perth, Western Australia; 17. Cities, agriculture and environment - sharing water in and around Hyderabad, South India; 18. Pricing of urban water services: the case of France; 19. Collaborative flood and drought risk management in the Upper Iskar Basin, Bulgaria; Section 2. Agricultural Water Use: 20. The role of research and development in drought adaptation on the Colorado River Basin; 21. Climate change in the Murray-Darling Basin: implications for water use and environmental consequences; Section 3. Urban Water Supply and Management: 22. The urban water challenge in Australian cities; 23. Water sensitive urban design; 24. Water security for Adelaide, South Australia; Section 4. Aquatic Ecosystems: 25. Groundwater contamination in Bangladesh; Section 5. Industrial and Mining Water Use: 26. Water issues in Canada's tar sands; 27. Science, governance, and environmental impacts of mines in developing countries: lessons from Ok Tedi in Papua New Guinea; Section 6. Rural and Remote Communities: 28. Aboriginal access to water in Australia: opportunities and constraints; 29. Providing for social equity in water markets: the case for an indigenous reserve in northern Australia; Section 7. Water Infrastructure Design and Operation: 30. Flood hazard, floodplain policy and flood management; Section 8. Managing Water Across Borders: 31. Decision making in the Murray-Darling Basin; 32. Challenges to water cooperation in the lower Jordan River Basin; 33. Adaptation and change in Yellow River management; 34. Managing international river basins: successes and failures of the Mekong River Commission; Section 9. Market Mechanisms in Water Management: 35. Inter-sectoral water trading as a climate change adaptation strategy; Contributors' biographies; Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Water resources development.
Watershed management.
SCIENCE / Earth Sciences / Hydrology -- bisacsh.