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Title: Sustaining our resources : Southern Region water resources development strategy : summary document
Author: National Rivers Authority Southern Region
Document Type: Monograph
The drought has highlighted the importance of water resources to everyone in the South East. People have been inconvenienced by lengthy hosepipe bans and the once Silvery Darent has become a national symbol for rivers dried up by over abstraction. The NRA national water resources strategy document has demonstrated the divide between the wet, less populated, North and West, and the dry more populated South and East. This summary document provides information on how to conserve water resources in the South East.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1992
Publication Place: Worthing
Subject Keywords: Water abstractionWater resourcesDroughtWater conservationSustainability
Geographic Keywords: Kent (county)HampshireEast SussexWest SussexIsle of WightDarent
Extent: 26
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