This volume presents the scientific and the social, economic and policy dimensions of the Earth's most important natural resource, water. It examines issues such as: public water rights and the on-going search for drinking water. The main topic areas include: policy and management, oceans and fresh water (groundwater, lakes and streams). It includes articles on water science concepts and issues relevant to 2003, on major historical developments, on key individuals who have contributed to the discipline and on careers available in the field.
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