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Mexico City’s Water Supply: Improving the Outlook for Sustainability Errata MEXICO CITY’S WATER SUPPLY Improving the Outlook for Sustainability English, Page 49. The last sentence on this page and part of the next sentence of the following page were cut off. It should be corrected to read: Giardia infections in young children are likewise a problem and are highly prevalent in poor areas of Mexico City (Marrow et al., 1992). Other protozoa parasites of concern that have been documented in Mexico City include Balantidium coli, Naegleria fowleri, and species of Acanthamoeba (Rivera et al., 1978; 1983; 1984; 1986). English, Page 90 and Spanish, Page 96. The corrected reference for Crane, R. 1994 is: Crane, R. 1994. Water markets, market reform, and the urban poor: Results from Jakarta, Indonesia. World Development 22(1):71–83.
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