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Water Resource Engineering


Water resource engineering is the study and management of equipment, facilities, and techniques that are used to manage and preserve life’s most plentiful resource. In addition to assessing how and the best ways in which to control water as it pertains to water-related activities – such as irrigation, waste disposal and canal development – water resource engineers are also frequently involved in water management to ensure that it’s safe to drink both for humans, plants and animal usage.


It is the application of the science and art of engineering to the planning, design, and management of natural resources of air, soil, and water systems for control and utilization of water resources for industrial, amenity, domestic and livestock consumption, irrigation and the drainage of excess water from fields to minimize the adverse impact of human activities and other processes on the natural environment.




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