Transboundary water sharing and the need for public management
Water is one of the most vital of all resources for human survival and thriving. Water is also an inherently shared resource, one that does not respect human boundaries-boundaries between persons, between communities, and between states and nations. Because of these characteristics, water management...
|Journal Title:||Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management Vol. 133; no. 5; pp. 397 - 404|