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XIth World Water Congress, 5 - 9 October, Madrid, Spain

IWRA World Water Congress 2003 Madrid


Number of abstracts: 71
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THE HYDROLOGIC REGIME OF THE TAGUS BASIN IN THE LAST 60 YEARS Francisco J. FLORES-MONTOYA, Luis M. GARROTE, Francisco J. MARTIN
PARTICIPATIVE SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF RENEWABLE GROUNDWATER RESOURCES BASED ON THE CONCEPT OF WELL PURCHASINGJames L. STEPHENS , Mohamed S. MATOUSSI and Angelos N. FINDIKAKIS
MODELLING PRE-CHANNELIZATION & LAND USE CHANGE AND THEIR IMPACT ON FLOOD AND SEDIMENT YIELD OF SIX RIVER CATCHMENTS IN HOKKAIDO REGIONWONGSA Sanit and i SHIMIZU Yasuyuki
WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATIONSILVA COSTA Francisco
GENERATION OF A CURVE NUMBER MAP WITH CONTINUOUS VALUES BASED ON SATURATED HYDRAULIC CONDUCTIVITYM. FERRER-JULIO, T. ESTRELA, A. SANCHEZ DEL CORRAL JIMENEZ, E. GARCIA-MELENDEZ
IDENTIFYING EFFICIENT PUMP COMBINATIONS IN WATER DISTRIBUTION NETWORKSLevent DORUK, Nuri MERZI
FLOOD CONTROL WORKS IN JAPAN ACHIEVEMENTS TO DATE AND FUTURE OUTLOOK Tsuneyoshi MOCHIZUKI
THE HEALTHY RIVERS COMMISSION: A NEW APPROACH TO INTEGRATED GOVERNANCE (SUB THEMES: DECENTRALISATION AND WATER BASIN AUTHORITIES)Maria Penelope COMINO
BULK WATER PRICING IN BRAZIL: ADVANCEMENTS, RESISTANCE, CONTROVERSIES AND AMBIGUITIESMonica SCATASTA, Rosa Maria FORMIGA-JOHNSSON
WATER MANAGEMENT POLICIES OF CENTRAL ASIAN COUNTRIES: INTEGRATION OR DISINTEGRATION?Iskandar ABDULLAEV
GROUNDWATER MANAGEMENT AND PROTECTION IN CENTRAL ITALY PROTECTED AREAS: SUGGESTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE USESPETITTA Marco
THE IMPLICATIONS OF LARGE-SCALE ENERGY CROP PRODUCTION FOR GLOBAL WATER USE AND SUPPLYGöran BERNDES
ISSUES AND POLICY OPTIONS FOR GROUNDWATER RESOURCES IN GUJARATDr. B. M. JANI
WATER PUBLIC SUPPLY IN THE SPANISH RURAL AREAS: THE ROLE OF GROUNDWATERSANZ Eugenio
THE ROLE OF SUPPLEMENTERY IRRIGATION FOR FOOD PRODUCTION IN A SEMI-ARID COUNTRY PALESTINEMohammed Yousef SBEIH
LEGAL PROTECTION FOR NORTHERN CHILEAN WETLANDS (VEGAS AND BOFEDALES)María Angélica ALEGRIA CALVO , Adrián LILLO ZENTENO
CREATION OF A RIVER ENVIRONMENT REFLECTING THE CHRACTERISTICS OF COMMUNITIES ~ A NEW PROGRAM FOR RIVER IMPROVEMENTKenyu KOMURA , Toshikatsu OMACHI
A NEW ERA IN RIVER MANAGEMENT: DEVELOPING POLICIES FOR DAM REMOVALJo Beth MULLENS
PARTICIPATORY IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT USING FUZZY LOGICK. SRINIVASA RAJU
WATER SECURITY PROBLEM IMPACTED BY CLIMATE CHANGE AND HUMAN ACTIVITY IN NORTH CHINAXia JUN
WATER CONSERVATION IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE - PROVEN MEANS AND METHODSDieter PRINZ, Amir H. MALIK
IRRIGATION IS A FUNDAMENTALLY-IMPORTANT INDUSTRY IN AUSTRALIA...Andrew F. MCCREA
EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL FOR SMALL (10 MW) HYDROPOWER IN SOUTH AFRICABo BARTA and Helene RASK GRON
ABUNDANCE TO SCARICITY: A CONSEQUENCE OF OVEREXPLOITION OF GROUND WATER IN PUNJAB STATE (INDIA)Manwinder SINGH, Vijay KUMAR and S.S. SNADHU
INSTITUTIONAL WATER ISSUES IN EUROPEFrancisco NUNES CORREIA
SUBSURFACE DRIP IRRIGATION WITH TREATED WASTEWATERMaria SAKELLARIOU-MAKRANTONAKI, Dimitrios KALFOUNTZOS, Ioannis TENTAS, Panagiotis VYRLAS
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND WATER INFRASTRUCTURE: IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WCD STRATEGIC PRIORITIES IN EUROPEGuido Schmidt , with contributions from Ute Collier , Jacek Engel , Meinke Schouten De Stefano
SANITATION AND WATER MANAGEMENT IN BRAZIL: THE ROLE OF LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND GRASSROOTS ORGANIZATIONSMaria Guadalupe M. RODRIGUES
AN EQUITABLE APPROACH TO RESOLVING THE WATER CONFLICTS ON THE JORDAN RIVER BASIN UNDER CONDITION OF SCARCITY SHUVAL Hillel Lunenfield-Kunen
VALUATION AS A TOOL FOR THE INTERNALISATION OF ECOLOGICAL-ECONOMIC FACTORS IN UPSTREAM-DOWNSTREAM RELATIONSGHOSH Nilanjan, BANDYOPADHYAY
LOCATION AND COLLECTION OF SUBMARINE KARSTIC SPRINGSJean Paul ONATZKY, Lionel ERCOLEI
WATER SECTORIAL FUND – CT HIDRO : A BRAZILIAN MECHANISM TO INNOVATE THE WATER SECTORSanderson A. MEDEIROS-LEITÃO
SUSTAINABILITY OF PERUVIAN WATER RESOURCES IN LIGHT OF CLIMATE CHANGEDaniel N. LEAVELL
CAN FARMERS IN EGYPT SHOULDER THE BURDEN OF IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT?Mahmoud M. MOUSTAFA
WATER DIVERSIONS AND CHINA’S WATER SHORTAGE CRISISChansheng HE
ASSESSMENT OF AGRICULTURAL WATER USE IN TURKEYCAKMAK Belgin, UNVER I.H. Olcay, and AKUZUM Turhan
LONG-TERM TRENDS IN OFF-STREAM WATER USE IN THE UNITED STATESBen DZIEGIELEWSKI, Xiaoying YANG, and Tom BIK Department of Geography, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois 62901, USA
SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT TOOL FOR ARID LANDS USING GIS - JORDAN DESERT Saad M. ALAYYASH (Jordan), Fidelia N. NNADI (USA)
SUSTAINABLE WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAM FOR THE RIO GRANDE IN UBATUBA: A SEARCH FOR SOLUTIONS FOR THE MAINTENANCE OF WATER YIELD AND WATER QUALITYViviane Coelho BUCHIANERI, Maria José de Brito ZAKIA, Walter de Paula LIMA
URBAN WATER SUPPLY, POLICY AND PRICING A CASE STUDY OF TEL AVIV - JAFFASimone Klawitter
DEVELOPING A DECISION SUPPORT TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE URBAN WATER MANAGEMENTHalla R. SAHELY and Christopher A. KENNEDY (Canada)
QUO VADIS LJUBLJANA'S WATER RESOURCES?Branka BRA Č I Č -éELEZNIK 1 , Brigita JAMNIK 2
ARSENIC POLLUTION IN SOIL AND GROUNDWATER OF BANGLADESHM. HAMIDUR RAHMAN & Hiroaki ISHIGA* Department of Geology and Mining, University of Rajshahi, Bangladesh. *Department of Geo science, Shimane University, Shimane 690, Japan. Contact e-mail: mhrahman@librabd.net
PARTICIPATORY WATERSHED MANAGEMENT- HOW GENDER MATTERSKURIAN PH.D. Mathew
NEW DIRECTIONS AND NATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN DEVELOPING WATER POLICIES IN FEDERATIONS- INDIA AND AUSTRALIAProf Jennifer MCKAY and Diwakara HALANAIK
WATER IN THE WORLD: THE EFFECTS OF AGRICULTURAL TRADE LIBERALIZATION ON THE WATER ECONOMY OF NATIONSPeter Rogers 1 and Jorge Ramirez-Vallejo 2 Division of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138, USA
CONJUNCTIVE USE OF GROUND AND SURFACE WATERS: CLASSICAL APPROACHES AND CALIFORNIA’S EXAMPLESManuel PULIDO 1 , Guilherme F. MARQUES 2 , Marion W. JENKINS 3 , and Jay R. LUND 2
INSTITUTIONAL REFORM FOR EFFECTIVE WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: THAILAND PERSPECTIVEA. DAS GUPTA and M. S. BABEL
CONSERVATION AND RESTORATION OF RIVER ENVIRONMENTKazuo OKAYAMA , Noboru MARUOKA
WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN JAPANSeiya KINOSHITA, Yoshio TOKUNAGA
DAMS AND DEVELOPMENT REVISITEDChaturvedi Mahesh C. FIWRA Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
DEFINING PROPERTY RIGHTS FOR WATER MARKETINGMATTHEWS, Olen Paul
COMBINING RAINFALL-RUNOFF MODELS FOR ENSEMBLE STREAMFLOW PREDICTIONYoung-Oh Kim, Dae-Il Jeong , Seung-Oh Yu, and Ick-Hwan Ko
DETERMINATION OF SUSTAINABLE YIELD IN URBAN GROUNDWATER SYSTEMSZHANG Lei and KENNEDY Christopher Department of Civil Engineering. University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada
DROUGHT MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH EAST ENGLAND: AN AGENT-BASED MODELLING EXAMINATIONCindy WARWICK & Thomas E. DOWNING
IMPROVEMENT OF EGYPTIAN IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT; A NECESSITY FROM AN ECONOMIC PERSPECTIVEEsam BADER and Claus-Hennig HANF
ASSISTING DECISION-MAKERS MANAGE COMPENSATORY PAYMENTS TO PRESERVE WATER QUALITY IN AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDS THROUGH MODELING AND SIMULATION SENGUPTA Raja, BEAULIEU Jeffrey, KRAFT Steven
ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF A MICROIRRIGATION LATERALLakhdar ZELLA, Ahmed KETTAB
PERCEPTION OF WATER AND HEALTH IN THE CONTEXT OF ARSENIC CONTAMINATION IN MATLAB, BANGLADESHSma HANIFI, Shamim Ara BEGUM, Abbas BHUIYA, Mahfuzar RAHMAN, Lars åke PERSSON
WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT TOOLS FOR THE APPLICATION OF THE EU WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVEVincenzo BELGIORNO, Vincenzo NADDEO, Luigi RIZZO
A METHOTODOLOGIC FRAMEWORK FOR ASSESSING THE ALGARVIAN (PORTUGAL) WATER SYSTEM: A SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL APPROACHBRAGANÇA DOS SANTOS, Carlos
INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND THE HYDROSOCIAL BALANCEDr. Stephen MERRETT
THE IMPACT OF DAM DEVELOPMENTKazuo OKAYAMA, Yasuji TAKANO
WATER MANAGEMENT IN IRAN (CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES)Fowad VOJDANI
CROP COEFFICIENT OF SUGARCANE (RATOON) IN HAFT TAPPEH OF IRANBOROOMAND NASAB Saeid, KASHKULI Heidar Ali and KHALEDIAN Mohamad Reza
PERFECTING THE USE-AND-PAY SYSTEM FOR WATER RESOURCES IN CHINACHEN Yuan-fang , WANG Ling, HUANG Yong-ji
PEACEFULLY SHARING WATER TO CONTROL SCARCITY AND SECURITY: INDIAN PERSPECTIVEMs. Roshni CHAKRABORTY (India)
1 INTEGRAETED RIVER BASIN ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING THROUGH HYBRID SIMULATION PROCESSESKOJIRI Toshiharu and TERAMURA Toshihisa
USING GIS-BASED ECOLOGICAL-ECONOMIC MODELING TO EVALUATE POLICIES AFFECTING AGRICULTURAL WATERSHEDSJeffrey BEAULIEU, Christopher L. LANT, Steven E. KRAFT
GROUNDWATER RESOURCES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF THE LAKE CHAD BASIN. THE CHARI-LOGONE STUDY AREALucila CANDELA, Leonardo ALMAGRO, F.Javier ELORZA and Folarin OSOTIMEHIN
INSTITUTIONAL ASPECTS FOR WATER MANAGEMENT IN SMALL-SCALE WATER SECTOR DEVELOPMENT SCHEMESA. H. M. Faisal ANWAR, MOBASHWERA, Nandan MUKHERJEE, Sohel RANA 1 , and Moshiur RAHAMAN
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