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Water Resource Management:Some Comments

relevant, circumstance-specific measures, Water Resource Management:
but they do not spell out those measures. They are very good on the questioning of conventional wisdom and on challenging Some Comments RAMASWAMY R IYER Ihave read with great interest the scholarly and powerfully argued article on integrated water resource management (IWRM) and its applicability to India by Tushaar Shah and Barabara van Koppen (S and K) in the EPW (August 5, 2006). Their thesis is plausible, but only partly true, and is open to a number of questions.

of reality. They call for the adoption of locally relevant, circumstance-specific measures,

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