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View the documentIntroduction
View the documentPreface
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View the documentChapter 1:Physical Limitations of Water Resources
View the documentChapter 2:Legal-Instituional Limitations on Water Use
View the documentChapter 3:Competition for water
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View the documentChapter 4:Developing New Water Supplies
View the documentChapter 5:Increasing Efficiency of Nonagricultural Water Use
View the documentChapter 6:Coping with Salinity
View the documentChapter 7:Improving Crop Management
View the documentChapter 8:Improving Land and Water Use Practices
View the documentChapter 9:Improving Irrigation Systems
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View the documentChapter 10:Local and Regional Economic Impact
View the documentChapter 11:National and International Commodity Price Impacts
View the documentChapter 12:Impacts Upon Business Communities
View the documentChapter 13:Social Impacts on Rural Communities
View the documentChapter 14:Social Impacts Upon Urban Communities
View the documentChapter 15:Environmental Impacts
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View the documentChapter 16: What Farmers Can Do for Themselves
View the documentChapter 17:What Financial and Business Interests can Do
View the documentChapter 18:Water Rights and Market Transfers
View the documentChapter 19:One State's Strategy for Putting Water to Beneficial Use
View the documentChapter 20:Federal Water Ploicies and Irrigated Agriculture
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View the documentChapter 21: Problems,Findings, and Issues
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