Water Resources Systems

A system is a group of elements that interact or are interdependent on a regular basis to form a coherent whole. Water resources are an excellent example of interacting bodies influenced by similar forces. Water resource planning and management has long been a challenge for societies around the world, owing to rising populations and resource usage, user rivalry, and, more recently, extensive ecological degradation and climate change. A water resources system is a collection of interconnected hydrologic, infrastructural, ecological, and human water processes. It comprises bio geophysical processes such as the hydrologic cycle and ecosystem functioning, as well as human processes such as infrastructure development, operation, and removal, as well as other human decisions and acts such as water use, enjoyment, harm, or payment

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