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Water Resources By Victoria Bishop

Water Resources by Victoria Bishop

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This textbook has been updated and revised to meet the new "A Level" Geography specifications. The topics include: water - a global resource; drainage basin processes; streamflow and human influences; and water pollution in Bangladesh. Includes information on the "Three Gorges Project" in China.

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Water Resources: Process and Management by Victoria Bishop

Water: a global resource Drainage basin processes Streamflow and human influences Water balance and river regimes Drainage basins and sediment yield Managing channels Flooding and human responses Water supply and the role of groundwater Water resource issues in the UK Water quality and pollution Bangladesh: water resource management

About Victoria Bishop

Victoria Bishop teaches at Lutterworth Upper School and Community College, Leicestershire. Robert Prosser is based at the Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, University of Birmingham.

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Water Resources: Process and Management by Victoria Bishop
Used - Very Good
HarperCollins Publishers
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