|WATER 2000 A perspective on Australia’s water resources to the year 2000||1|
|2. Institutional arrangements||17|
|3. Australia’s water resources and their use||21|
|4. Projected water demands||37|
|5. Demand and supply to year 2000||47|
|6. Current and emerging issues||51|
|7. Research, data and information dissemination||101|
|Attachment 1: Consultant studies and terms of reference||115|
|Attachment 2: List of submissions received by the Steering Committee||124|
|Attachment 3: Bibliography||131|
|Attachment 4: Glossary||133|
Green, K. D & Australia. Department of Resources and Energy & Australia. Parliament. (1984). Water 2000 : a perspective on Australia's water resources to the year 2000 Retrieved May 13, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1613451355
Green, K. D, Australia. Department of Resources and Energy and Australia. Parliament. Water 2000 : a perspective on Australia's water resources to the year 2000 Canberra: Government Printer, 1984. Web. 13 May 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1613451355>
Green, K. D & Australia. Department of Resources and Energy & Australia. Parliament. 1984, Water 2000 : a perspective on Australia's water resources to the year 2000 Government Printer, Canberra viewed 13 May 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1613451355
| author1=Green, K. D.
| author2=Australia. Department of Resources and Energy.
| author3=Australia. Parliament.
| title=Water 2000 : a perspective on Australia's water resources to the year 2000
| section=xi, 120 p.,  leaves of folded, col. maps : illustrations (some col.), maps ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 6 of 1984
| publisher=Government Printer
| access-date=13 May 2021
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