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La experiencia internacional en los planes hidrológicos nacionales


  • Amelia Pérez Zabaleta


  • Juan Luis Martínez Merino


  • Enrique San Martin Gonzalez



Hydrologic Planning has become a nned either b water quality ir quantity problems in many countries. Nonetheless, this planing responds to different schemes that meet different social, institutional, economic and environmental realities of resource related countries. This article analyzes five national or state water plans belonging to Spain, Portugal, Mexico, California and South Australia. In general, the state plab is understood as the greatest exponent of the hydrologic planning, which integrally involves all aspects related to the management of water resources. Its importance and significance are evident. By the time of releasing this article, the Spanish Hydrologic National Plan has been abolished and replaced by a new one, although its aprroval as a law is still pending.

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  • Amelia Pérez Zabaleta & Juan Luis Martínez Merino & Enrique San Martin Gonzalez, 2005. "La experiencia internacional en los planes hidrológicos nacionales," Others 0505014, EconWPA.
  • Handle: RePEc:wpa:wuwpot:0505014
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    water planning economic;

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    • P - Economic Systems
    • Q - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics
    • Z - Other Special Topics

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