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|Title:||Sustainable Development and Management of Water Resources in Northern Australia - A Model Approach|
|Author:||Yin Foo, Desmond|
|Publisher:||Department of Natural Resources, Environment, The Arts & Sports|
|Description / Abstract:||Made available by the Northern Territory Library via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).|
The Water Smart Australia Program is administered by the Department of Environment, Water Heritage and the Arts (DEWHA) for the Australian Government. Through the Program, funding is provided for activities that assist in implementing the National Water Initiative (NWI). The objectives, outcomes and actions of the NWI include national water reform in the areas of: water access entitlements and planning; water markets and trading; best practice water pricing; integrated management of water for the environment and other public benefit outcomes; water resource accounting; urban water reform; knowledge and capacity building and community partnerships and adjustment. The objective of the Water Smart Program is to accelerate the development and uptake of smart technologies and practices in water use across Australia for purposes that include improving river flows, on-farm water efficiency, recycling and re-use of stormwater and ‘grey’ water, water storage, sewerage management; water desalination, irrigation infrastructure and water-efficient house design.
|Physical Description:||40 page : colour illustrations and maps ; 30 cm.|
Management of Water Resources
Water Resources Management
Daly River Catchment
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