Improving basin water use in linked agricultural, ecological and urban systems: seeking new flow paths and avoiding dead ends
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Molden, David; Bos, M. G. 2005. Improving basin water use in linked agricultural, ecological and urban systems: seeking new flow paths and avoiding dead ends. Water Science and Technology, 51(8):147-154.
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In many river basins, patterns of water withdrawals, deliveries, depletion, return flows, and reuse are prevalent. These cascading systems, often misunderstood, provide opportunities, but also threats to livelihoods and environment. Different ways of thinking about these cascading systems are required.
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