Transferencia de agua entre sistemas de recursos hidráulicos

Jay R. Lund, Morris Israel

Resumen

Las transferencias de agua son un componente común en muchos sistemas de recursos hidráulicos, y están siendo cada vez más considerados para cubrir la creciente demanda de agua y para amortiguar los efectos de la sequía. Las transferencias pueden presentarse en muchas formas y pueden servir para diferentes propósitos, en el planteamiento y operación de los sistemas de recursos hidráulicos. Sin embargo, para que resulten exitosas, las transferencias de agua deben ser integradas con las medidas tradicionales de gestión de la demanda y mejora del suministro. Esta integración requiere la cooperación entre los diferentes sectores de usuarios del agua, así como la resolución de numerosos temas de tipo técnico e institucional, incluyendo el posible impacto a terceros. Este artículo identifica las muchas formas en que se pueden presentar las transferencias hidráulicas, alguno de los beneficios que puede que generen, y las dificultades y restricciones que se deben superar en su implantación.

Palabras clave

Ingeniería del agua; Ingeniería civil; Ingeniería hidráulica

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