Published November 2012 by the American Water Resources Association, this document showcases state, multi-state, and regional efforts to implement Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM). In particular, this collection of case studies highlights the effectiveness of IWRM at all levels of water management and discuss the process of shifting to an IWRM approach and the resulting costs and benefits.
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