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Check the Status of Water Resources Management in Comparison with Management and the Role of the Australian Accounting Standards

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With population growth, rising living standards and increasing attention given to environmental issues Water resources management has increased in many countries, water is fast becoming a scarce input. It is study of human development in the twentieth century, and a judgment is only a question of human optimization of water resources and their future generations what it was composed of such questions under the present conditions of as the water crisis (crisis of the Third Millennium) have mentioned, it is appropriate here because the water crisis and lack of use. the effectiveness of this critical resource of local, regional and trans-national and gone and the world has become a complex issue. In this regard, planning and optimal utilization of water resources of the fundamentals principles of sustainable development of natural resources optimal design of irrigation and fertilization management can control the transport of contaminants or so that any combination of water management and to reduce nutrient runoff and deep percolation, providing opportunity for solute infiltration ,reducing sediment and gradually applying fertilizer in due to problems with the economy and ease of use can be substantial.

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Periodical:
International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 16)
Pages:
157-163
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B. Meihami, "Check the Status of Water Resources Management in Comparison with Management and the Role of the Australian Accounting Standards", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 16, pp. 157-163, 2014
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May 2014
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