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Type: Artigo
Title: Problems of groundwater management and the need for its inclusion in the Brazilian national model of integrated water resources management
Author: Rodrigues, Francisco de Assis
Pereira, Sueli Yoshinaga
Abstract: This paper discusses certain issues related to groundwater management within the context of the Brazilian national policy for water resources management. In order to investigate the importance of this water supply source, we interviewed groundwater users in the city of São Paulo, where some 57% of the total water supply comes from this source, and surveyed some of the factors affecting the use of this alternative. These include the existence of a good supply of groundwater, an inadequate public water supply system unable to meet user demands, the degradation of fresh water sources and the reduction in costs involved. Preliminary conclusions suggest the inadequacy of the present system of water resources management, which has not yet integrated the use of groundwater reserves into an overall national program for water resources management
Subject: Gestão de recursos hídricos
Country: Reino Unido
Editor: IWA Publishing
Rights: Fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.2166/wp.2008.038
Date Issue: 2008
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