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PART 1: HISTORY, STRATEGIC PLANNING, OUTSOURCING, AND SECURITY Chapter 1: Urban Water Infrastructure: A Historical Perspective (Larry W. Mays) Chapter 2: Strategic Planning Framework for Small Water Systems (Janice A. Beecher and Peter E.Shanaghan) Chapter 3: Improving Urban Water Infrastructure Through Public-Private Partnerships (Robin A. Johnson and Adrian T. Moore) Chapter 4: Water-Use Management: Permit and Water-Transfer Systems (J. Wayland Eheart and Jay R. Lund) PART 2: DEMAND AND MANAGEMENT MODELS Chapter 5: Analysis of Water Demand (Benedykt Dziegielewski and Eve Opitz) Chapter 6: Water Pricing and Drought Management (Messele Z. Ejeta) Chapter 7: Computer Programs for Integrated Management (Messele Z. Ejeta and Larry W. Mays) Chapter 8: Regional Water Supply Planning and Capacity Expansion Models (Messele Z. Ejeta and Larry W. Mays) PART 3: PERFORMANCE, RELIABILITY, GIS, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE Chapter 9: Performance Indicators as a Management Support Tool (Helena Alegre) Chapter 10: Reliability and Availability Analysis of Water Distribution (Larry W. Mays, Kevin Lansey , and Y.K. Tung) Chapter 11: Geographic Information Systems Applied to Urban Water Supply Systems (Gonzalo Lopez Patino and Francisco Javier Martinez Solano) Chapter 12: Optimal Operation of Water Systems (Fred E. Goldman, A. Borcu Atlan Sakarya, and Larry W. Mays) Chapter 13: Optimal Maintenance, Rehabilitation, Replacement Scheduling (Caty Werey) Chapter 14: Characterizing Microbial and DBP Risk Tradeoffs in Drinking Water: Application of the CRFM (Robert M. Clark and Glenn Rice) PART 4: CASE STUDIES Chapter 15: Adaptive Management for Water Supply Planning: Sustaining Mexico City's Water Supply (Richard L. Skaggs, Lance W. Vail, and Steve Shankle) Chapter 16: Water Infrastructure Management: An Overview of European Models and Databases (Patrick Eisenbeis, Pascal LeGauffre, and Sveinung Saegrov) Chapter 17: Israel: Urban Water Infrastructure in the Desert (Hendrik J. Bruins) Chapter 18: Using GIS and Hydraulic Modeling to Evaluate Distribution Systems to Industries: A Case Study of Water (Trevor R. Lindley and Steven G. Buchberger) PART 5: SECURITY OF URBAN WATER SUPPLY SYSTEMS Chapter 19: Protecting the Nation's Critical Infrastructure: The Vulnerability of U.S. Water Supply Systems (Robert M. Clark and Rolf A. Deininger) Chapter 20: Security Analysis and Response for Water Utilities (Nicholas L. Burns, Christine A. Cooper, David A. Dobbins, Jessica C. Edwards, and Les K. Lampe)