Inter-Basin Water Transfer

Case Studies from Australia, United States, Canada, China and India

Inter-Basin Water Transfer

This book was first published in 2007. Increasing demands for irrigation, domestic and industrial water have generated a massive growth world-wide in the number of large water infrastructure projects involving the transfer of water from basins considered to have surplus water to those where the demand for water has exceeded or is expected to exceed supplies. Using the experiences of projects in Australia, United States, Canada, China and India, this book examines case studies within the diverse geographical, climatic, economic, and policy regimes operating in these countries. It examines the water resources of Australia, the driest inhabited continent, and explores inter-basin water transfer projects in the United States, Canada, China and India, examining their benefits and impacts within these nations' contrasting economies and governance systems. This comprehensive and well-illustrated text will be of great interest to professionals and researchers in the fields of hydrology, water resources, and to those engaged in environmental science, policy and regulation.

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Timbury, F. R. V. (1944). The Battle for the Inland: The Case for the Bradfield and Idriess Plans. Sydney: Angus and Robertson.

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http://www.gspeak.com.au/cardwell/waterfalls.html for Wallaman, Murray, Blencoe and Attie Creek waterfalls.
http://www.walkabout.com.au/locations/QLDMillaaMillaa.shtml for Millaa Millaa Falls.
http://www.australianexplorer.com/photographs/qld_landscape_atherton_tablelands_waterfalls.htm for Millaa Millaa and Mungalli waterfalls.
http://www.barrierreefaustralia.com/IMAGEGALLERY/millstream-falls.htm for Millstream Falls.
http://www.skyrail.com.au/barronfalls.html for Barron Falls.

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A. Groundwater resources of the South-west, Western Australia: publications of the Department of Environment, South West Region, Bunbury, W.A., July 2003:
Fact Sheet 1: Current investigations into groundwater in the South West.
Fact Sheet 2: Investigations into groundwater in the South West – a history.
Fact Sheet 3: The South West Yarragadee aquifer.
Fact Sheet 4: The Leederville aquifer.
Fact Sheet 5: The hydrology of the Blackwood River.
Fact Sheet 6: The 2003 drilling program on the Blackwood Plateau.
Fact Sheet 7: Geophysics investigations.
Fact Sheet 8: Aquifer water quality and salinity.
Fact Sheet 9: Recharge investigations.
Fact Sheet 10: Groundwater level trends in the South West.
Fact Sheet 11: Groundwater flow modelling.
B. Some of the articles and comments published in The West Australian regarding the Kimberley Pipeline Scheme's controversies:
–Other states should share pipe, 18 July 1990.
–Governments sink Bridge's pipeline, 20 July 1990.
–Piping water from the north, 18 March 1991.
–Report rules Bridge water plan too dear, 21 March 1991.
–Pipeline of doubt, 18 April 1991.
–Lawrence backs $8b water pipe, 18 March 1992.
–Pipe could aid regions, 19 March 1992.
–Calamity awaits us, 23 March 1992.
–Kimberley water pipe plan a folly, 26 March 1992.
–Geologists on wrong trail, 4 April 1992.
–Ord alternatives are worth study, 8 April 1992.
–Hidden lake may be water saviour, 8 June 1992.
–Big water finds kept from public, 27 June 1992.
–Bridge denies he hid water details, 29 June 1992.
–Discovery to satisfy thirst for expansion, 30 June 1992.
–First a pipeline for us, 2 July 1992.
–Bridge adds to water confusion, 2 July 1992.
–Bridge: I knew all about lake, 3 July 1992.
–Underground water find erodes Kimberley pipeline plan, 4 July 1992.
–Water: debate policies, 7 July 1992.
–Pipeline plan under new fire, 8 July 1982.

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