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Water Resource Quality

water resources quality

Freshwater is limited and its quality is under constant pressure. Preserving freshwater quality is important for drinking-water supply, food production and recreational water use.

This series of books, each produced by an international group of experts, deals with aspects of water resource quality management.

:: Monitoring bathing waters: a practical guide to the design and implementation of assessments and monitoring programmes, 2000

:: Toxic cyanobacteria in water: a guide to their public health consequences, monitoring and management, 1999.

:: Water pollution control: a guide to the use of water quality management principles, 1997.

:: Water quality monitoring: a practical guide to the design and implementation of freshwater quality studies and monitoring programmes, 1996.

:: Water quality assessments: a guide to the use of biota, sediments and water in environmental monitoring, 2nd edition, 1996.

Other information that may be of interest:

:: Drinking-water quality

:: Recreational waters

:: Water, sanitation and hygiene links to health: facts & figures, Nov 2004


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