Mitchell, B.D. and De Silva, S.S.
Sustainable utilization of inland water resources: an integrated program for research and management.
Naga, the ICLARM Quarterly, 15(2),
In both developed and developing countries, there is increased competition for water resources, resulting in deficiencies in supply and in various forms of pollution. In developing countries, the nutritional potential of aquatic resources is very important. To realize this potential, integrated research and management for sustainable water resource use are needed. This requires a sound understanding of the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems. A programme is presented which stresses the interrelationships of the physical, chemical and biological components of aquatic systems and their catchments. The programme consists of 16 stages in 5 phases, which are as follows: System description; System functioning and modelling; Resource assessment/dynamics; Resource potential; and, Resource utilization for sustainability. This programme enables workers within different disciplines to identify how their expertise contributes to the overall research requirements to support resource development.
||Sustainable utilization of inland water resources: an integrated program for research and management
|De Silva, S.S.|
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||Naga, the ICLARM Quarterly
||Water resources; Utilization; Inland waters; Resource development; Resource management; Asia
Mr William Ko
||23 Oct 2012 08:44
||28 Nov 2012 14:07
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