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Inland Water Survey

Naturevolume 134page777 (1934) | Download Citation

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After reading the valuable leading article in NATURE of October 27 on “Inland Water Survey”, with most of which I am in full sympathy, I should like to comment on the view therein expressed that: “Until a survey has been instituted and in a large measure completed, it cannot be known with any degree of certainty and reliability to what extent supplies are actually available for distribution”, and that such schemes as the creation of a statutory central water authority, or regional committees are “not ripe for consideration at the present juncture”.

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