Integrated Water Resources Management in the Mediterranean Region (inbunden)
Inbunden (Hardback)
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2012 ed.
Choukr-Allah, Redouane (ed.), Ragab, Ragab (ed.), Rodriguez-Clemente, Rafael (ed.)
XIV, 366 p.
234 x 157 x 25 mm
885 g
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1 Hardback

Integrated Water Resources Management in the Mediterranean Region

Dialogue towards new strategy

Inbunden,  Engelska, 2012-10-04
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This book puts great emphasis on the importance of Integrated Water Resources Management IWRM as the way forward towards food, water, and energy security. It offers better ways and means of managing the limited water resources; using water more efficiently; adopting new policies in order to cope with climate change and drought; increase water supply through the use of non conventional water resources, especially waste water; inducing stakeholders participation and information exchange and raise public awareness to the value of water. It is an important book for all those involved in all aspects of water resources and contains valuable information for scientists, researchers, farmers, extension services and students.
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Preface. Foreword. PART I. IWRM IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION Transboundary IWRM Attempts in the Mediterranean Emphasis on the Drin River Case and the Involvement of Stakeholders; Michael Scoullos Integrated water management in Tunisia: Meeting the climate change challenges; N. Omrani* and M. Ouessar Improving Agricultural Water Productivity: A viable response to water scarcity in the dry areas; Theib Y. Oweis Conceptual Frame on Technological Perspective for Water Resources Management in the Mediterranean Region; Ayman Rabi, Isabel Martin, Rafael Rodriguez PART II. WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT UNDER CLIMATE AND LAND USE CHANGES IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGION Water Resources Management under Possible Future Climate and Land Use Changes. The application of the Integrated Hydrological Modelling System, IHMS; R. Ragab, J. Bromley, D. R. D Agostino, N. Lamaddalena , G. Trisorio Luizzi, G. Drflinger , S. Katsikides , S. Montenegro and A. Montenegro Challenges and Issues on Measuring, Modelling and Managing the Water Resources under Changing Climate and Land Use; Ragab Ragab Water Valuation in Agriculture in the Souss-Massa Basin (Morocco); Fouad Elame and Rachid Doukkali PART III. NON CONVENTIONAL WATER MANAGEMENTS AND POLLUTION CONTROL Perspectives of Wastewater Reuse in the Mediterranean Region; Redouane Choukr-Allah Wastewater Production, Treatment and Reuse around the Mediterranean Region: Current Status and Main Drivers; Maite Guardiola-Claramonte, Toshio Sato, Redouane Choukr-Allah, and Manzoor Qadir Pollution and Measures towards De-Pollution of the Mediterranean Sea; Rasha El-Kholy , Aiman El-Saadi , and Alaa El-Din Abdin Recycling and reuse of treated waste water: challenges and perspectives. The example of the Jcar River Basin District and the Albufera Lake; Javier Ferrer PoloPART IV. WATER POLICIES, GOVERNANCE AND SOCIAL ISSUES Mediterranean Water Outlook: Perspective on Policies & Water Management in Arab Countries; Khaled M. AbuZeid Identifying risks, actions and opportunities for a water long term strategy in the Mediterranean; Rafael Rodrguez-Clemente and Ana Hidalgo Lpez Mediterranean Water Policies Conceptual frame; Galle Nion Effective water governance and how to achieve; A. Hamdy and R. Choukr-Allah Water and Food Security in the Arab Region; Safwat Abdel-Dayem and Rachael McDonnell Analysis of Gender Roles Related to Water Resources Management in the Case of App Fruit Tree Planting Project in the Bni Mellal Area; F. Mosseddaq, D.J. Mulla and Viviane Ndamba Faye Integrated Participatory Water Resources Management and Water Governance; Doris Schnepf and Stephan Lutter Violence, the Bitit Canal and the Nile Basin: An Asymmetric Comparison; Jack Kalpakian, Ahmed Legrouri, Fatima Ejekki, Khalid Doudou, Fouad Berrada, Abdelkrim Ouardaoui, and Driss Kettani General Conclusions. Acknowledgements. List of Abbreviations.