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Water bankruptcy in the land of plenty / editors, Frank Poupeau, UMI iGLOBES, CNRS / University of Arizona, USA, Hoshin Gupta & Aleix Serrat-Capdevila, Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona, USA; Maria A. Sans-Fuentes, Biosphere 2, University of Arizona, USA; Susan Harris, Department of Hydrology and Water Resources, University of Arizona, USA; László Hayde, UNESCO-IHE, Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands.

Contributor(s): Poupeau, Franck [editor.] | Gupta, Hoshin [editor.] | Serrat-Capdevila, Aleix [editor.] | Sans-Fuentes, Maria A [editor.] | Harris, Susan [editor.] | Hayde, Laszlo G [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Unesco-IHE lecture note series.Publisher: Boca Raton : CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, c2016Description: x, 437 pages ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781138029699 (pbk.).Subject(s): Water supply -- Southwest, New | Water conservation -- Southwest, New | Droughts -- Southwest, NewAdditional physical formats: Online version:: Water bankruptcy in the land of plentyDDC classification: 333.9100979 WAT Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction 1 The idea of a transatlantic dialogue 2 Organization of the book and mind map Maps Socio-historic perspectives on water in the American southwest 3 The Tucson basin 4 Laws of the river 5 Water for a new America 6 Sharing the Colorado River 7 The making of water policy Narratives of urban growth 8 The social logic of urban sprawl 9 Water and urban development challenges of urban growth 10 Comprehensive urban planning 11 Potential impacts of the continuing urbanization on regional climate Ecosystem services and biodiversity 12 Quantification of water-related ecosystem services 13 Qualitative assessment of supply and demand of ecosystem services 14 The role of biodiversity in the hydrological cycle Water use and groundwater management 15 Implications of spatially neutral groundwater management 16 Groundwater dynamics 17 Alternative water sources towards increased resilience 18 Differentiated approaches of groundwater management Stakeholders' perspectives 19 Presentation 20 Texts Conclusion 21 Bringing all the stories together: Beyond the Tucson case study 22 Next steps: Collaborative research and training towards transdisciplinarity
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction 1 The idea of a transatlantic dialogue 2 Organization of the book and mind map Maps Socio-historic perspectives on water in the American southwest 3 The Tucson basin 4 Laws of the river 5 Water for a new America 6 Sharing the Colorado River 7 The making of water policy Narratives of urban growth 8 The social logic of urban sprawl 9 Water and urban development challenges of urban growth 10 Comprehensive urban planning 11 Potential impacts of the continuing urbanization on regional climate Ecosystem services and biodiversity 12 Quantification of water-related ecosystem services 13 Qualitative assessment of supply and demand of ecosystem services 14 The role of biodiversity in the hydrological cycle Water use and groundwater management 15 Implications of spatially neutral groundwater management 16 Groundwater dynamics 17 Alternative water sources towards increased resilience 18 Differentiated approaches of groundwater management Stakeholders' perspectives 19 Presentation 20 Texts Conclusion 21 Bringing all the stories together: Beyond the Tucson case study 22 Next steps: Collaborative research and training towards transdisciplinarity

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