Sustainability of water resources : proceedings of the International Conference, Western Australia, Nov 2002, Western Australia
Water is essential for all life forms. It is a fundamental resource necessary for socio-economic development and for ecological sustainability.
Good quality water is becoming scarce due to population growth and associated industrial development and pollution particularly in towns and cities. It is timely that the sustainability and management of water resources is widely discussed noting that water can be used an unlimited number of times with proper treatment.
The papers in Sustainability of Water Resources, were originally presented at a meeting at Murdoch University on 13-14 November 2002, where new and innovative methods of treatment, better understanding and assessment of resources and their supporting ecosystems, and proper management for conservation were explored.
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