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Global Groundwater Situation

It is widely predicted that problems of groundwater overexploitation will become more acute and widespread. The challenge then is not merely supply-side innovations but to set in place a range of corrective mechanisms that would involve a shift from resource development towards resource management. Countries with severe groundwater depletion still remain hampered however by lack of information. Not only is there no systematic monitoring of groundwater occurrence and draft, but management of such resources has for long remained in private informal channels, with public agencies playing only an indirect role.

The Small But Healthy Hypothesis

The Small But Healthy?' Hypothesis A Reply to Critics David Seckler INTRODUCTION AS Payne and Cutler (1984) correctly observe, the fundamental issues in the current debate over nutrition theory and policy transcend nutrition per se and rest in the philosophy of science. However, having correctly established the locus of the debate in the philosophy of science, Payne and Cutler have restricted themselves to only a part

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