|Technical notes: Special Considerations for Programming in Unstable Situations (UNICEF, 2000, 490 p.)|
|Chapter 17: Managing Water Resources|
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Davis, Jan, and Robert Lambert, Engineering in Emergencies: A practical guide for relief workers, London: IT Publications, 1995
WEDC (1999) Out in the cold: Emergency Water Supply and Sanitation for Cold Regions by Buttle M. and Smith M. of WEDC Loughborough University, UK.
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House, Sarah, and Bob Reed, Emergency Water Sources: Guidelines for selection and treatment, WEDC, 1997
IRC, Taking Care of Your Water Supply: a manual for community-based operation and maintenance of piped water systems, The Hague: IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, 1993
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Also refer to the more extended list of references at end of Chapter 19 (Sanitation).