UKWIR/EA Definition of Key terms for Water Resources Practitioners
ISBN: 1 84057 001 6
A joint UKWIR/Environment Agency report that allows easy access to over 200 definitions and abbreviations. Produced for the purpose of clear communication on a common basis in the UKWIR regulatory work on water resources. Includes definitions on the subjects of outage allowances, demand forecasting, leakage, risk and economics of demand management.
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