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King, Jannet.(Added Author). Clarke, Robin T., 1934- Atlas of water.(Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 9780520259348
  • ISBN: 0520259343
  • Physical Description: 1 atlas (128 p.) : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ... Read More
  • Edition: 2nd ed.
  • Publisher: Berkeley : University of California Press, c2009.

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General Note:
First ed. (2004) by Robin Clarke and Jannet King.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. 120-125) ... Read More
Formatted Contents Note:
The global water pot -- Water shortage -- Rising ... Read More
Subject: Water-supply > Maps.
Water quality > Maps.
Groundwater > Maps.
Water resources development > Maps.
Water conservation > Maps.
Water > Pollution > Maps.

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The Atlas of Water : Mapping the World's Most Critical Resource
The Atlas of Water : Mapping the World's Most Critical Resource
by Black, Maggie; King, Jannet; Lacey, Candida
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The Atlas of Water : Mapping the World's Most Critical Resource

Climate change and an exponential population explosion threaten the world's supply of fresh water, edging us closer to a global water crisis, with dire implications for agriculture, the economy, the environment, and human health. Completely revised and updated since its first edition, The Atlas of Water is a compelling visual guide to the state of this life-sustaining resource. Using vivid graphics, maps, and charts, it explores the complex human interaction with water over time and across the world. This vibrant atlas addresses all the pressing issues concerning water, from human impacts like dams and construction to water shortages and excessive demand, pollution, privatization, and water management. It also outlines critical tools for managing water, providing safe access to water, and preserving the future of the world's water supply.

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