Water cycle management

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Water cycle management relates to all planning, strategy development, operational and tactical decisions to optimize the water cycle to satisfy human or environmental objectives. It is used in different organizations to mean management of a sub-set of the whole water cycle. In Australia, it has been adopted to encompass the fresh water to sewage disposal cycle.[1][2] Elsewhere, it refers to a more holistic view of the water cycle.[3][4]

Many scientific and engineering disciplines may be involved in water cycle management:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Queensland Government - Total Water Cycle Management
  2. ^ New South Wales Government Integrated water cycle management
  3. ^ Cooperative Research Centre for irrigation futures - water cycle management
  4. ^ "Better Urban Water Management". Government of Western Australia Department of Water.