Potable Water Security


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Potable Water Security
John McLaughlin, P.E. Jordan, Jones and Goulding The use of water as a leveraging tool in conflict is not new, or is the concept of water security. Besides the air we breathe, water is the single most critical element to human survival. In Water Conflict Chronology (Gleick 2008), more than 100 incidents are documented in which water was the cause of, or was integral to, a major conflict or event. These events or types of conflicts are grouped into one or more of the following categories: control of water resources, water as a political or military tool, terrorism, water as a mil…
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Steve Meier; American Water Works Association: Steel Water Storage Tanks: Design, Construction, Maintenance, and Repair. Potable Water Security, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export