|Statement||Stephen A. Thompson.|
|LC Classifications||TD223 .T527 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 371 p. :|
|Number of Pages||371|
|LC Control Number||98087241|
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In book: Climate Change and Restoration of Degraded Land, Chapter: Water Management and Planning, Publisher: Colegio, Editors: Colegio de Ingenieros de Montes, pp Cite this publication. Planning is the function of management that involves setting objectives and determining a course of action for achieving those objectives. Planning requires that managers be aware of environmental conditions facing their organization and forecast future conditions. It also requires that managers be good decision makers. This book is a collection of innovative up-to-date perspectives on key aspects of water resources planning, development, and management of importance to both professional practitioners and researchers. Authors with outstanding expertise address a broad range of topics that include planning strategies, water quality modeling and monitoring, erosion prediction, freshwater inflows to estuaries Cited by: 1. century national water policy. A book now in preparation will look at these issues in more detail (Christian-Smith and Gleick, in press). Background More than four decades ago, the U.S. Congress recognized the need for a more ratio-nal, comprehensive approach to water resource planning and management, passing.