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Contribution to Book
The people and use of natural resources
The Value of Water in a Drying Climate
  • Tor Hundloe, Bond University
  • Peter Daniels, Griffith University
  • Amy White, Bond University
  • Christine Crawford, University of Tasmania
Date of this Version
1-1-2012
Document Type
Book Chapter
Publication Details

Citation only

Hundloe, T., Daniels, P., White, A., & Crawford, C. (2012). The people and use of natural resources. In T. Hundloe & C. Crawford (Eds.), The Value of Water in a Drying Climate (pp. 135- 147). Collingwood, Australia: CSIRO Publishing.

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2012 HERDC submission. FoR code: 050205

© Copyright Tor Hundloe & Christine Crawford, 2012

ISBN
9780643101609
Abstract

Extract

With the brief history behind us, we now start to develop our understanding of the Little Swanport catchment as it is today. While considerable time will be spent on description, never far from our mind will be the central issues and questions we have dealt with in the lead-up to our case study. If this river basin was a nation (obviously a tiny one, in the San Marino league), what would we make of its economy and society? As a river basin, could its economy and society be improved by changing its present use of water, the resource that defines a catchment? We shall see.

Citation Information
Tor Hundloe, Peter Daniels, Amy White and Christine Crawford. "The people and use of natural resources" 1stCollingwood, AustraliaThe Value of Water in a Drying Climate (2012) p. 135 - 147
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tor_hundloe/12/