Provides a systematic approach to restoration programs suitable for graduate and upper-level undergraduate courses on stream or watershed restoration or as a reference for restoration practitioners and fisheries scientists.
Provides a comprehensive reference to water resource issues, bringing together multiple disciplines to understand and help resolve problems of water quality and scarcity from a global perspective. Its case studies and 'foundation' chapters cover water resources, hydrology, governance and public policy, law, economics, geography and environmental studies.
The World Economic Forum assembled the world's foremost group of public, private, non-governmental-organization and academic experts to examine the water crisis issue from all perspectives. The result of their work is this forecast. The commentary is supported by analysis from leading academics of how the world economy will be affected if world leaders cannot agree on solutions.
A forward looking book on sustainable design that describes problems and then, by providing a different way to conceptualise design and development, leads on to examples of regenerative solutions. Its aim is to move the discussion away from doing less, but still detracting from our ecological capital, to positively contributing and adding to this capital.
Successful Group Projects
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Provides resources related to the lower Colorado River.
Locating Scholarly Articles
When looking for a scholarly or journal article, a database is your go-to source. The Libraries subscribes to many databases, and each database contains a collection of information sources on specific topics.
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Articles present ideas derived from multiple disciplines woven together to give insight into a critical water issue, or are based primarily upon a single discipline with important applications to other disciplines.
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Finding Print & E-Books at TAMU
Print and e-books on water resources and watershed management available at TAMU can be found by searching the two library catalogs: LibCat and the MSL Catalog.
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