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DRINKING WATER RESOURCES IN CROATIA
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Mayer, D. (1996). ZALIHE PITKIH VODA U REPUBLICI HRVATSKOJ. Rudarsko-geološko-naftni zbornik, 8(1), 27-35. Preuzeto s http://hrcak.srce.hr/13553
Annualy renewed resources of drinking water on the Earth are about 45000 cu. km. With today's stage of development that quantity is enough for living 4.5 to 9 billion of people. As it is expected that by 2025 the population on our planet will be over 8.5 billion people, it is clear that the next century will be characterized by the problem of ensuring enaugh quantities of drinking water. This problem will be particularly emphasized in the developing countries and large cities. In the poor countries of arid and subarid areas water deficit will cause the food production crisis and large migrations of the population with almost unpredistable sociological, economical and political consequences could be expected. In the developed world the "water crisis" will stimulate scientific and tehnological progress. The Republic of Croatia, if examined as a whole, regarding the climatic, hydrological, hydrogeological and demographic conditions, has planty of good quality water. It is our duty to preserve this resources for future generations.
hydrological cycle; drinking water; crisis; water resources; water supply; water consumption
Hrčak ID: 13553
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