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The demand for urban water / P. Darr, S. L. Feldman, Ch. Kamen.

By: Darr, P.
Contributor(s): Feldman, Stephen L [joint author.] | Kamen, Charles [joint author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studies in applied regional science ; v. 6. Leiden : Nijhoff Social Sciences Division, 1976Description: xii, 113 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9020706470 (hbk.).Subject(s): Water-supply -- Israel | Water resources development -- IsraelDDC classification: 333.9122 DAR Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
1. The Scope of the Analysis.- 2. An Aggregate Empirical Analysis of Residential Water Consumption.- 3. A Behavioral Analysis of Variations in Residential Water Use: A Sample Survey.- 4. The Effect of Price, Socio-Economic and Attitudinal Variables on Water Use on Arid Environment.- 5. A Summary of and Inferences from the Macro-and Micro-Analyses of Residential Water Consumption.- References.
Summary: This book is written for students and scholars seeking a rather 'unconven- tional' approach to the problem of water supply planning. The fresh approach of the empirical analysis should lift the field of urban water resources analysis into using a greater expanse of tools and methods for policy planning.
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333.9122 DAR 011626 (Browse shelf) Available 011626

Bibliography: p. [111]-113.

1. The Scope of the Analysis.- 2. An Aggregate Empirical Analysis of Residential Water Consumption.- 3. A Behavioral Analysis of Variations in Residential Water Use: A Sample Survey.- 4. The Effect of Price, Socio-Economic and Attitudinal Variables on Water Use on Arid Environment.- 5. A Summary of and Inferences from the Macro-and Micro-Analyses of Residential Water Consumption.- References.

This book is written for students and scholars seeking a rather 'unconven- tional' approach to the problem of water supply planning. The fresh approach of the empirical analysis should lift the field of urban water resources analysis into using a greater expanse of tools and methods for policy planning.

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