The new era of water resources management: from "dry" to "wet" water savings
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Seckler, D. 1996. The new era of water resources management: from "dry" to "wet" water savings. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Irrigation Management Institute (IIMI). iii, 17p. (IWMI Research Report 001 / IIMI Research Report 001) doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3910/2009.003
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Examines the concept of water efficiency, the impact of water recycling and implications for water management. Distinguishes between "wet" and "dry" water savings, and explores opportunities for creating "wet" savings-savings that make more water available for use in a basin.
SubjectsWATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT; WATER POLICY; WATER USE EFFICIENCY; WATER DEMAND; WATER SUPPLY; IRRIGATED FARMING; IRRIGATION EFFICIENCY; WATER QUALITY; RECYCLING; WATER DEMAND;
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