European Continental Hydrosystems under Changing Water Policy proposes a synthesis of the geographical research and research findings in relation to continental hydrosystems, European territories and water laws, both at the conceptual and methodological level. Numerous case studies from France, Switzerland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, and United Kingdom show how research in geography can contribute to the implementation of water policies in Europe.
This book is organised in four sections:
Section 4: Fundamental geographical research applied to hydrosystem management.
This book, written by a first class international team of 77 authors, is essential for researchers, students, professional geographers, geomorphologists, hydrologists, geologists, ecologists, engineers and planners, and professional organisations. It is a useful supplementary textbook for higher-level undergraduate and MSc courses in continental hydrosystems and catchment management taught within Departments of Geography, Environmental Science, Geology, Ecology, Environmental Planning, and Civil and Environmental Engineering.