The Role of Social Sciences in the Management of Surface Water Quality in the United Statesby Clifford S. Russell, Vanderbilt Univ, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: The Role of Social and Behavioral Sciences in Water Resources Planning and Management
Abstract: This survey paper concentrates on what social science has to say about surface water quality management. Some comments are also made on the historical development of these analytical capabilities. The discussion is organized under three major questions: what should the institutional arrangements for surface water quality management look like; what level of surface water quality should society choose; and how should that choice be implemented?
Subject Headings: Water quality | Quality control | Surface water | Water supply | Social factors | Water resources | Water pollution | Hydrographic surveys | North America | United States
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