Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Resources of Water

Co-editors:

Muhammad Salik Javaid

Morgan State University

Aftab Sadiq

University of Wah

Water is a limited natural resource indispensable for human existence. Water resources exist in the form of glaciers, oceans, rainwater, groundwater, and surface water. Uncontrolled population growth, urbanization, and inefficient management of natural resources have hastened the pace and impact of climate change. Floods and droughts related to climate change occur more frequently, destructing the livelihood of people and disrupting the fragile ecosystem. The need for conservation of available water resources and devising strategies for resource management is very relevant in the current scenario and this book deals precisely with water resources and their management. It provides abundant and relevant information on all aspects related to water resources, including the need for conservation, water management strategies in different parts of the world, the impact of climate change on water management, pollution of water resources and treatment, and so forth. The book will motivate readers and scientists alike to look further and make concerted efforts towards promoting the preservation and conservation of water resources.

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Resources of WaterEdited by Prathna Thanjavur Chandrasekaran

Published: February 24th 2021

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.77929

ISBN: 978-1-83881-913-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-83881-912-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-914-9

Copyright year: 2021

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1633 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. Introductory Chapter: Resources of Water and the Need for Conservation

By Prathna Thanjavur Chandrasekaran

53

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2. The Availability of Water in Chile: A Regional View from a Geographical Perspective

By Javier Lozano Parra, Manuel Pulido Fernández and Jacinto Garrido Velarde

143

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3. Smart Water—How to Master the Future Challenges of Water Management

By Günter Müller-Czygan

268

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4. Aquifer Characterization: The Case of Hawassa City Aquifer

By Shemsu Gulta and Brook Abate

216

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5. Community Management and Water Service Delivery in Africa

By Joseph Okeyo Obosi

260

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6. Effects of Climate Change on Water Resources, Indices, and Related Activities in Colombia

By Nathaly Güiza-Villa, Carlos Gay-García and Jesús Efren Ospina-Noreña

186

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7. The Art of Physical Hydraulic Modeling and Its Impact on the Water Resources of Pakistan

By Muhammad Salik Javaid and Muhammad Zeshan Khalil

104

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8. Water Resources and Their Management in an Increasing Urban Demography: The Case of Dakar City in Senegal

By Cheikh Faye

69

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9. GIS and Statistical Evaluation of Fluoride Content in Southern Part of Upper Rasyan Aquifer, Taiz, Yemen

By Ramzy Saeed Mahbob Naser, Mohammed El Bakkali and Driss Belghyti

218

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10. Oil–Water Separation Techniques for Bilge Water Treatment

By Nurul Aini Amran and Siti Nor Adibah Mustapha

119

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