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Title: Water resources development strategies : London, 20th April 1994
Author: National Rivers Authority
Document Type: Monograph
Following a summary of the administrative arrangements in Scotland relating to water resources, details are given, for 1992-93, of the available yield of sources developed for public water supply, together with information on the types of sources used by water athorities. The overall water demand position is described, details given of the components of demand, in cluding "unaccounted for water", and comment made on the demand/yield position for the country as a whole. The outcome of two previous national surveys of existing and future water resources is reviewed and a description given of the third such survey which has commenced recently . This latest survey will draw on the results of the domestic water consumption study which The Scottish Office reported on in 1993; a ummary of this study and its findings are given. Proposed changes to institutional arrangements in Scotland are outlined.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: London
Subject Keywords: Water resourcesSustainable developmentWater supplyStrategies
Geographic Keywords: United Kingdom
Extent: 74
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