Congress Proceedings: Papers, posters and presentations

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XIII World Water Congress, 1-4 September 2008, Montpellier, France


Number of abstracts: 452
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1. Water availability, use and managementAN INTEGRATED MODELLING AND REMOTE SENSING APPROACH FOR HYDROLOGICAL STUDY IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID REGIONS
1. Water availability, use and managementEXPLORATION AND EVALUATION OF EFFECTIVE INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION SYSTEMS Cailing Hu
1. Water availability, use and managementINFLUENCE OF SURFACE WATER INFILTRATION ON GROUNDWATER FLUORIDE CONCENTRATION IN AN AREA OF ENDEMIC FLUOROSIS IN SRI LANKA
1. Water availability, use and managementEVALUATION OF ON-FARM IRRIGATION SCHEDULING: CASE STUDY OF DRIP IRRIGATED POTATOES IN SOUTHERN TUNISIAKamel Nagaz
Mohamed M. Masmoudi
Netij Ben Mechlia
1. Water availability, use and managementTECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE AT THE VILLA JUAREZ, DURANGO AQUIFER. NORTH OF MEXICO.Ignacio Orona Castillo1
J. Antonio Cueto Wong2
Rafael Figueroa Viramontes
Enrique Salazar Sosa
Rafael Zúñiga Tarango
Cirilo Vázquez Vázquez
1. Water availability, use and managementSURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT FROM BÂRLAD WATERSHEDGheorghe Purnavel
1. Water availability, use and managementCURRENT SITUATION OF WATER SUPPLY AND IMPROVEMENT OF SANITARY CONDITIONS IN REPUBLIC OF TAJIKISTANInom Sh. Normatov
Ilhomiddin M. Rakhimov
Nurkhon S. Karomatulloeva
1. Water availability, use and management PROBLEMS OF WASTEWATER CLEARINGInom Sh. Normatov
Ilhomiddin M. Rakhimov
Nurkhon S. Karomatulloeva
1. Water availability, use and managementIMPACT OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON HYDROLOGICAL RISKSPhilippe Cantet
Patrick Arnaud
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER AVAILABILITY REDUCTION IN RESERVOIRS FOR DIFFERENT SEDIMENT YIELD SCENARIOS IN A SEMIARID WATERSHEDJosé Carlos de Araújo
Pedro Henrique Augusto Medeiros
1. Water availability, use and managementMOGIRE, A MODEL FOR INTEGRATED WATER MANAGEMENT Arnaud Reynaud
Delphine Leenhardt
1. Water availability, use and managementEVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF SURFACE INDUSTRY TREATMENT ON THE QUALITY OF WADI ISSER Sihem Tireche
Abdelaziz Tairi
1. Water availability, use and managementRíOS DEL SUR DEL VALLE DEL CAUCA Y NORTE DEL CAUCAJanio Jaramillo Flechas
1. Water availability, use and managementTHE NIGER RIVER AND WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Gilles Rocquelain
Bruno Voron
Guillaume Fabre
1. Water availability, use and managementGIS BASED RAINFALL RUNOFF MODELLING
1. Water availability, use and managementOUR COUSINS CHIMPANZEES AND BABOONS FACE GLOBAL WARMING BY DIGGING WELLS TO FILTRATE DRINKING WATERG. Galat
A. Galat-Luong
G. Nizinski
1. Water availability, use and managementETAT ACTUEL DE L’INVASION MARINE DANS LA BAIE D’ALGERDjoudar Hallal Dahbia
Toubal Ahmed Chérif
1. Water availability, use and managementHYDROGEOCHEMISTRY AND BALANCE BETWEEN MINERALS AND SOLUTIONS IN THE MERCURIAL ZONE OF AZZABA, N-E ALGERIAMoussa Benhamza
Nacer Kherici
Francoise Picard- Bonnaud
1. Water availability, use and managementOPINIONS OF MANAGEMENT TO REALIZE AND IMPROVEMENT WATER PRODUCTIVITY IN AGRICULTUREomid bahmani
1. Water availability, use and managementMODELLING REGIONAL WATER DEMAND FOR AGRICULTURE WITH STAKEHOLDERS : AN EXAMPLE IN THE DRôME BASIN.Ph. Le Grusse
J.C. Poussin
P. Ruelle
M. Le Bars
L. Brunel
J.M Gonzalès-Camacho
J.C. Mailhol
J. Granier
1. Water availability, use and managementIMPROVEMENT OF IWRM INTEGRATING ENHANCED RESERVOIR OPERATION FOR SECURING WATER QUALITY, WATER QUANTITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL SUSTAINABILITYMélanie Bauer
Oliver Olsson
Matthias Obermann
Jochen Froebrich
1. Water availability, use and managementOPTIMAL CONJUNCTIVE USE OF GROUNDWATER AND SURFACE WATER IN AN IRRIGATION NETWORKA. Montazar
M. Riyazi
1. Water availability, use and managementGAMING WITH EUTROPHICATION : CONTRIBUTION TO INTEGRATING WATER QUANTITY AND QUALITY MANAGEMENT AT CATCHMENT LEVELLucie Clavel
Raphaèle Ducrot
Suzana Sendacz
1. Water availability, use and managementUSE OF ATRAZINE AND GROUNDWATER AVAILABILITY IN BRAZILAsdrúbal de Albuquerque Arraes
Francisco Mauricio de Sa Barreto
José Carlos de Araújo
1. Water availability, use and managementPAST AND PROSPECTIVE CHANGE IN STATE OF CENTRAL ASIAN GLACIERS
1. Water availability, use and managementAPPEAU : WHICH AGROSYSTEMS AND PUBLIC POLICIES FOR A SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES ? D. Leenhardt
A. Reynaud
P. Durand
Ph. Le Grusse
J-C. Poussin
M-O. Cordier
1. Water availability, use and managementCHARACTERIZATION OF THE AQUIFERS IN THE MOUNTAINS OF THE MEDITERRANEAN ZONE: AN EXAMPLE OF THE CENTRAL CORSICAB. Khouméri
J. Ferrandini
M. Ferrandini
1. Water availability, use and managementTHE USE OF THE AQUATIC PLANT LEMNA GIBBA IN WATER –TOXICITY CONTROL: INVESTIGATION OF CADMIUM EFFECTS THROUGH CHEMICAL MODIFICATIONS IN AQUATIC SYSTEM WITH PLANTF. TALEB
S. MEGATELI and K.TAHAR
1. Water availability, use and managementHOW TO TRANSFER REGIONAL EXPERIENCES WITH COMBATTING WATER STRESS TO OTHER REGIONS ?J. Buma
J. Griffioen
M. Manez
E. Moors
E. Preziosi
C. Sullivan
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER ALLOCATION AND CLIMATE CHANGE IN A WEST AFRICAN TRANSBOUNDARY BASIN (VOLTA)Devaraj de Condappa
Anne Chaponnière
Jacques Lemoalle
I. Terrasson
I. Asamoah
B. Boubacar
1. Water availability, use and managementECOSYSTEM SERVICES AND THE VARIABILITY OF LAKE CHAD DURING A DROUGHT PERIOD.Jacques Lemoalle
Jean-Claude Bader
Marc Leblanc
1. Water availability, use and managementSPATIALLY DISTRIBUTED WATER FLUXES IN AN ANDISOL UNDER BANANA PLANTS: EXPERIMENTS AND 3D MODELINGJulie Sansoulet
Yves-Marie Cabidoche
Philippe Cattan
Stéphane Ruy
Jirka Simunek
1. Water availability, use and managementMANGROVE ET BIOREMEDIATION : EFFICIENCE SOCIO-éCOLOGIQUE D’UN DISPOSITIF D’éPURATION DES EAUX USéES à MAYOTTES. Becerra
M. Herteman
F. Fromard
L. Lambs
E. Muller
S. Sauvage
A. Sturma
R. Walcker
J. Sánchez-Perez
1. Water availability, use and managementPOTENTIAL OF THE RAINWATER IN THE AREAS OF NORTHEAST CLIMATE SEMI-ARID OF BRAZILJosiclêda Domiciano Galvincio
J. B. Menezes
1. Water availability, use and managementDE L’ANALYSE VERS LA MODéLISATION DYNAMIQUE DE LA NAPPE PHRéATIQUE DU BASSIN VERSANT DU SOUSS (SUD-OUEST MAROCAIN)Karima Askassay
Kawtar Najib
1. Water availability, use and managementUN MODèLE DE GESTION INTéGRéE DES RESSOURCES EN EAU DANS UNE ZONE HYPERARIDE : CAS DE L’OASIS DE BéNI ABBèS (VALLéE DE LA SAOURA, SUD OUEST ALGéRIEN) Touhami Merzougui
Abderrahmane Mekkaoui
A. Kabour
Khadidja Graine-Tazrout
1. Water availability, use and managementCANADIAN AGRICULTURE AND WATERDarrell R. Corkal
Philip E. Adkins
1. Water availability, use and managementDEFICIT IRRIGATION RELIABILITY ANALYSIS: Maryam Shekarrizfard
Arman Ganji
1. Water availability, use and managementPLANNING AND RESTORING OF SMALL HYDROPOWER STATIONS FOR SMALL BASINS : ACTUAL CONDITIONS AND POTENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS.Elena C. Carcano
Barry Croke
Paolo Bartolini
1. Water availability, use and managementAN EVALUATION OF THREE LUMPED CONCEPTUAL RAINFALL-RUNOFF MODELS FOR CATCHMENT SCALE: CALIBRATION AND COMPARISON.A.J. Saul
J.B. Boxall & P. Willems
1. Water availability, use and managementTO STUDY OF THE APPROPRIATE PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTIONS FOR MAXIMUM ANNUAL FLOWS SERIES USING L-MOMENT METHOD IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID REGIONS OF IRAN Ali Salajegheh
Amir Reza Keshtkar
S.Dalfardi
1. Water availability, use and managementCONSTRUCTION OF A WATER MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR THE CHEKKA BAY AREA (LEBANON)Michel Bakalowicz
Ahmad El-Hajj
Nathalie Dörfliger
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER REUSE IN ACTION IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA: A REVIEW OF AGRICULTURAL AND MUNICIPAL REUSE SCHEMES AND INNOVATION.Stephanie Rinck-Pfeiffer
1. Water availability, use and managementGESTION DE LA DEMANDE EN EAU EN MéDITERRANéE, PROGRèS ET POLITIQUESGaëlle Thivet
Mohammed Blinda
1. Water availability, use and managementL'EAU EN MéDITERRANNéE, SITUATION ACTUELLE ET PERSPECTIVEMohammed Blinda
Jean Margat
1. Water availability, use and managementIMPACT DES ACTIVITÉS INDUSTRIELLES SUR LA POLLUTION DE LA NAPPE D’EAU DE LA VILLE DE SOUK AHRAS, ALGÉRIE. -CAS D’UNE UNITÉ DE PRODUCTION DE PEINTURES- Gheris Abderahim
Mohammed Meksaouin
Aicha Messaodene
1. Water availability, use and managementAPPROCHE GéOCHIMIQUE DE LA VULNéRABILITé DES EAUX SOUTERRAINES DE LA NAPPE PHRéATIQUE DE LA PLAINE DE KAIROUAN (TUNISIE)S. Ben Ammar
G. Favreau
K. Zouari
C. Leduc
R. Beji
J. M’barek
1. Water availability, use and managementA COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF SELECTED ASPECTS OF THE EU’S WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE VERSUS THE U.S. CLEAN WATER ACTTimothy D. Steele
Sven Kralisch
Detlef Klein
Wolfgang Fluegel
1. Water availability, use and managementINFILTRATION ASSESSMENT FOR BETTER WATERSHED MANAGEMENT IN NORTHERN MEXICO Jose Luis González Barrios
Jean Pierre Vandervaere
Ignacio Sánchez Cohen
Guillermo González Cervantes
Luc Descroix
1. Water availability, use and managementMODèLE HYBRIDE NEURO-MULTIRéSOLUTION POUR LA PRéVISION DES DéBITSProfesseur Mohamed Mesbah
1. Water availability, use and managementSTUDY ON THE WATER AVAILABILITY IN IRAN, USING THE INTERNATIONAL WATER INDICATORS Hossein Malekinezhad
1. Water availability, use and managementEVALUATION DES PARAMèTRES DE FONCTIONNEMENT ET DE PERFORMANCE DES SYSTèMES DE DISTRIBUTION D’EAU POTABLE EN ALGéRIE. CAS DE LA RéGION DE BISKRAR. Masmoudi
A. Kettab
B. Brémond
1. Water availability, use and managementCONFRONTING MODELS AND OBSERVATION AS A NECESSARY STEP IN EVALUATING GLOBAL CHANGE AND WATER RESOURCESF. Delclaux
M. Le Coz
M. Coe
G. Favreau
B. Ngounou Ngatcha
1. Water availability, use and managementREGIONALISATION DE L'ENVASEMENT - APPLICATION AUX LACS COLLINAIRES DE L’AFRIQUE DU NORD Imane Ayadi
Habib Abida
Yassine Djebbar
1. Water availability, use and managementUSING NEURAL NETWORK MODELS TO FORECAST THE INFLOW OF DOROUDZAN DAM – IRANAli Torabi Haghighi
Pouyan Keshtkaran
1. Water availability, use and managementUSING NEURAL NETWORK MODELS TO FORECAST THE INFLOW OF DOROUDZAN DAM – IRANAli Torabi Haghighi
Pouyan Keshtkaran
1. Water availability, use and managementWASTEWATER TREATMENT BY ADSORPTION ONTO CARPOBROTUS EDULIS USED AS NATURAL ADSORBENTMohamed Chiban *
Amina Soudani
Hassan Eddaoudi
Fouad Sinan
Mechel Persin
1. Water availability, use and managementMINERAL IONS ADSORPTION ONTO INERT SOLID BIOMATERIALS OF VEGETAL ORIGINMohamed Chiban *
Amina Soudani
Hassan Eddaoudi
Fouad Sinan
Mechel Persin
1. Water availability, use and managementAN INVESTIGATION THE EFFECTS OF GENERALIZED SKEW COEFFICIENT (THIRD MOMENT) ON INSTANTANEOUS ANNUAL MAXIMUM DISCHARGES. Nasser Tahmasebi
Mohammad Mahdavi
Forood Sharifi
Hamid Pezeshk
Sayed Mahmood Reza Tabatabei
1. Water availability, use and managementSTUDY ON THE METHOD ABOUT ESTIMATE THE LONGITUDINAL DISPERSION COEFFICIENTSun Xi
Chen Shaojun
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER QUALITY EVALUATION OF THE AKUMAL AQUATIC ECOSYSTEM (SE MEXICO)Laura Hernández-Terrones
Paul Sánchez-Navarro R
Mélina Soto
Adrien Le Cossec
Edith Sosa Bravo
Emiliano Monroy Ríos
1. Water availability, use and managementASPECTS HYDROGéOLOGIQUES ET SOCIO-LEGAUX DES EAUX SOUTERRAINES DANS LA SATISFACTION DES BESOINS DOMESTIQUES AU NIVEAU DU BASSIN VERSANT DE LA VOLTANicola Martin
Jean-Pierre Sandwidi
Alexandre Sessouma
Irit Eguavoen
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN ARID AND SEMI-ARID AREA WITH EMPHASIS ON WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECTSforoud sharifi
zohre abdi
soroush fathi
1. Water availability, use and managementKNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGIES IN WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENTK. Olsevicova
D. Ponce
P. Mikulecky
1. Water availability, use and managementINSTITUTIONAL DIVERSITY, MARKET PRESSURE AND PERFORMANCE OF IRRIGATION SYSTEMS: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE IN NEPAL AND THAILANDGanesh P. Shivakoti
Ram Chandra Bastakoti
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER POLICIES AND AGRICULTURAL POLICES: Consuelo Varela-Ortega
Chris Swartz
Tom Downing
Irene Blanco
1. Water availability, use and managementBILAN GEOPHYSIQUE DES RESSOURCES EN EAU DU SOCLE SOUS CLIMATS MEDITERRANEENS ET ARIDES.Jean Pierre Mercury
1. Water availability, use and managementANALYSIS OF CLIMATE CHANGE TREND AND POSSIBLE IMPACTS IN THE UPPER BRAHMAPUTRA RIVER BASIN – THE BRAHMATWINN PROJECT Wolfgang-Albert Flügel
Jörg Pechstedt
K. Bongartz
Anita Bartosch
M. Eriksson
Mike Clark
1. Water availability, use and managementASSOCIATIONS D’IRRIGANTS ET BIEN CLUB : CAS D’éTUDE DE LA PLAINE DE KAIROUAN (TUNISIE)Mohamed Salah Bachta
M.A. Bchir
1. Water availability, use and managementHYDRODYNAMIQUE SOUTERRAINE ET VULNÉRABILITÉ A LA POLLUTION DES RESSOURCES EN EAU EN ZONE URBAINE TROPICALE : CAS DU BASSIN VERSANT DE MINGOA (YAOUNDÉ -CAMEROUN).KOUAM KENMOGNE Guy-Romain
NTEP François
MPAKAM Hernanie Grelle
DJEUDA TCHAPNGA Henri Bosko
AYONGHE NDONWI Samuel
EKODECK Georges Emmanuel
DASSARGUES Alain
1. Water availability, use and managementINTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN CITARUM RIVER BASIN - INDONESIAReni Mayasari
1. Water availability, use and managementHYDROLOGIC FORECASTING OF FAST FLOOD EVENTS IN SMALL CATCHMENTS WITH A 2D -SWE MODEL. NUMERICAL MODEL AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION.Luis Cea
Jerónimo Puertas
Luis Pena
Marta Garrido
1. Water availability, use and managementEVOLUTION DES CARACTéRISTIQUES PHYSICO-CHIMIQUES ET BACTéRIOLOGIQUES DES EAUX SOUTERRAINES DES QUARTIERS PéRIPHéRIQUES DE LA VILLE DE BRAZZAVILLE (CONGO)Jean de Dieu Nzila
Noël Watha-Ndoudy
Urbain Gampio Mbilou
B.W. Nzobadila
U. Opo
Grâce Nanitelamio-Bandzoukassa
M. Ndounga
Jean-Pierre Tathy
1. Water availability, use and managementEXPERIENCES IN WATER QUALITY SIMULATIONS OF A MEDIUM-SIZED AGRICULTURAL TEMPORARY RIVER BASIN
1. Water availability, use and managementASSESSING THE BENEFITS OF GROUNDWATER PROTECTION LEVELS: A CASE IN THE UPPER RHINE AQUIFER, FRANCEJean-Daniel Rinaudo
Stéphanie Aulong
1. Water availability, use and managementCARACTéRISATION DES AQUIFèRES PAR RéSONANCE MAGNéTIQUE DES PROTONS : UN EXEMPLE AU NIGERMarie Boucher
Guillaume Favreau
Jean-Michel Vouillamoz
Sylvain Massuel
Yahaya Nazoumou
Anatoli Legchenko
1. Water availability, use and managementELECTRICAL RESISTIVITY MODELING OF QUARTZ REEF AND DOLERITE DYKE IN GRANITE HARD ROCKS Benoit Dewandel
Dewashish Kumar
Shakeel Ahmed
Subash Chandra
1. Water availability, use and managementMODIFICATIONS DES PROPRIéTéS PHYSICO-CHIMIQUES ET D'ABONDANCES BACTéRIENNES DES EAUX SOUTERRAINES EN RéPONSE à UNE LONGUE DURéE DE STOCKAGE DANS LES RéCIPIENTS à DOMICILEThomas NJINE
Moïse NOLA
Serge H. ZEBAZE TOGOUET
1. Water availability, use and managementGESTION INTéGRéE DE L’AQUIFèRE D’UNE îLE HAUTE CARBONATéE : LIFOU (ARCHIPEL DES LOYAUTé, PACIFIQUE SUD-OUEST) Michel Allenbach
Didier Lille
François Orange
Dorota Jaromin
1. Water availability, use and managementRECENT PROGRESS OF THE HYDROGEOLOGICAL CONCEPTUAL MODEL OF HARD ROCK AQUIFERSP. Lachassagne
Sh. Ahmed
B. Dewandel
N. Courtois
F. Lacquement
J.P. Maréchal
J. Perrin
R. Wyns
1. Water availability, use and managementQUALITé DES EAUX ALIMENTANTS LA VILLE DE CASABLANCA DE LA SOURCE AU CONSOMMATEUR. (CAS DES NITRATES ET ION CHLORURES) Fatiha Zidane
Gilles-Pascal Husson
Hélène Billon
Rahal Hachim
Tahar Elagal
Abderrahman Kherbeche
1. Water availability, use and managementSECULAR EVALUATION OF CARACTERISTICAS FÍSICO- QUÍMICAS OF WATERS USED IN THE IRRIGATED PERIMETER WATERFALL II IN SERRA TALHADA/PE BRAZILJosimar Gurgel Fernandes
Maria Betânia Galvão dos Santos Freire
Jailson Cavalcante Cunha
Josiclêda Domiciano Galvíncio
Marcelo Metri Correia
Patrícia Ribeiro dos Santos
1. Water availability, use and managementATMOSPHERIC INPUT OF CONTAMINANTS TO A SMALL MEDITERRANEAN BASINC. Salles
N. Rico-Caicedo
J.L. Seidel
B.Picot
M.G.Tournoud
1. Water availability, use and managementHYDROLOGICAL MODELLING IN THE HIGH ATLAS MOUNTAINS WITH THE HELP OF REMOTE-SENSING DATA: MILESTONES OF THE SUDMED PROJECTG. Boulet
A. Boudhar
L. Hanich
B. Duchemin
V. Simonneaux
P. Maisongrande
A. Chehbouni
S. Thomas
A. Chaponnière
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER SALINITY OF ALLUVIAL AQUIFER IN SEMI-ARID CONTEXT: ORIGIN, DYNAMICS AND ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACTS.Julien Burte
Serge Marlet
Anne Coudrain
Horst Frischkorn
José Carlos de Araújo
1. Water availability, use and managementSIMULATIONS OF MULTIPURPOSE WATER AVAILABILITY IN A SEMI-ARID CATCHMENT UNDER DIFFERENT MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES.Julien Burte
Jean-Yves Jamin
Anne Coudrain
Horst Frischkorn
Eduardo Savio Martins
1. Water availability, use and managementSENSITIVITY OF HYDROLOGICAL SYSTEMS TO GCM-BASED CLIMATE SCENARIOS IN NORTHERN MANITOBA (CANADA) BOREAL FOREST REGIONWoonsup Choi
Adam Moore
Kristina Koenig
Peter Rasmussen
1. Water availability, use and managementNUMERICAL MODELLING AND ISOTOPES UNDERLINE CLIMATE IMPACTS ON GROUNDWATER NITRATE IN TEMPERATE AGRICULTURAL SETTINGSMartine M. Savard
Harold Vigneault
Daniel Paradis
René Lefebvre
Anna Smirnoff
George Somers
1. Water availability, use and managementNATURAL FLOWS DETERMINATION IN GAUGED HYDROLOGICAL BASINS (PART I)Humberto Silva-Hidalgo
Ignacio R. Martín-Domínguez
María Teresa Alarcón-Herrera
Alfredo Granados-Olivas
1. Water availability, use and managementNATURAL FLOWS DETERMINATION IN GAUGED HYDROLOGICAL BASINS (PART II)Humberto Silva-Hidalgo
Ignacio R. Martín-Domínguez
María Teresa Alarcón-Herrera
Alfredo Granados-Olivas
1. Water availability, use and managementWATER ALLOCATION STRATEGIES AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS Nicole Kretschmer
Sandrine Corso
Pablo Alvarez
1. Water availability, use and managementLES BéNéFICES ENVIRONNEMENTAUX DE L’IRRIGATION GRAVITAIRE, L'EXEMPLE DE LA CRAU
1. Water availability, use and managementLE LAC DE GUIERS (SéNéGAL)Awa Niang Fall
Alioune Kane
1. Water availability, use and managementSYSTEM OF INTEGRATED AND DYNAMIC WATER BALANCE OF EL SALVADOR Adriana Maria Erazo
Giovanni Molina
1. Water availability, use and managementMODELLING RUNOFF IN SEMI ARID MOUNTAINOUS WATERSHEDS USING THE SIMPLE CONCEPTUAL MODEL GR4J – EXAMPLES IN THE HIGH ATLAS MOUNTAINSVincent Simonneaux
L. Hanich
G. Boulet
S. Thomas
1. Water availability, use and managementAN INITIATIVE FOR IMPROVING MODELING, OBSERVING SYSTEMS, DATA ACCESS, AND TRAINING RELATED TO PRECIPITATION IN AFRICA Scott Swerdlin
Thomas Warner
Rajul Pandya
Fredrick Semazzi
Benjamin Lamptey
Scott Swerdlin
1. Water availability, use and managementCHALLENGES OF WATER RESOURCES PLANNING IN THE ANDESJean-Christophe POUGET
Roger CALVEZ
Patrick LE GOULVEN
Pablo LLORET
Marcos VILLACIS
1. Water availability, use and managementDEPENDENCE OF TOTAL EVAPORATION OF IRRIGATED CULTURES ON CLIMATIC FACTORS: THE HYSTERESIS’ EFFECT Yusup Rysbekov
1. Water availability, use and managementCOST-EFFECTIVE ABATEMENT OF WATER POLLUTION FROM AGRICULTURAL SOURCES CLASSIFIED IN RISK CLASSESTihomir Ancev
Robert Lifran
Nicholas Tan
1. Water availability, use and managementELABORATION OF A LEARNING AND TESTING SIMULATION TOOL TO IMPROVE WATER MANAGEMENT THE CRAU HAY CROPPING SYSTEM A. Merot
J-E Bergez
J-C Mailhol
C. Isbérie
F. Charron
A. Capillon
J. Wery
1. Water availability, use and managementA NEW COMPACT MODEL COUPLING RAINFALL-RUNOFF AND ROUTING MODEL TO SUPPORT RESERVOIR RELEASES MANAGEMENTSimon Munier
Julien Lerat
Gilles Belaud
Xavier Litrico
1. Water availability, use and managementACTIVE WATER MANAGEMENT RESOURCES OF KARSTIC WATER CATCHMENT: THE EXAMPLE OF LE LEZ SPRING (MONTPELLIER, SOUTH FRANCE)Nathalie Dörfliger
Hervé Jourde
Bernard Ladouche
Perrine Fleury
Patrick Lachassagne
Séverin Pistre
Arnaud Vestier
1. Water availability, use and managementRAINFALL-RUNOFF MODELING FOR FLOOD FORECASTING: APPLICATION OF GLOBAL METHODOLOGIES TO A MEDIUM-SIZE BASIN IN BRAZILBruno Rabelo Versiani
Marcus Felipe Matos Cruz
Alan Fábio de Bastos
1. Water availability, use and managementHYDRAULIC CHARACTERISATION OF A KARST AQUIFER USING LARGE-SCALE PUMPING TESTS IN THE CONDUIT SYSTEMThomas Reimann
Tobias Geyer
Nathalie Dörfliger
Steffen Birk
Hervé Jourde
Bernard Ladouche
Rudolf Liedl
Martin Sauter
1. Water availability, use and managementPHOSPHORUS (P) AND NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER (NOM) EXCESSES IN DAM WATERS FROM ANTHROPOGENIC ACTIVITIES : DIAGNOSIS AND REALISTICS NATURAL WATER TREATMENTSF. De Nardi
C. Puaud
B. Parinet
T. Lodé
M. Pontié
1. Water availability, use and managementNANOFILTRATION AS A SUSTAINABLE WATER DEFLUORIDATION OPERATION DEDICATED TO LARGE SCALE PILOT PLANTS IN THE WORLD Maxime Pontie
Hanane Dach
Jérôme Leparc
1. Water availability, use and managementMODéLISATION DES NUTRIMENTS ET DES MATIèRES EN SUSPENSION DANS UN BASSIN VERSANT DE LA LAGUNE DE BIZERTERidha Mensi
Zohra Lili Chabaâne
Malika Belhassen
Sihem Ben Abdallah
1. Water availability, use and managementAPPORT DES DONNéES SPOT-VEGETATION à LA MODéLISATION DE LA FONTE DE NEIGE DANS LE HAUT ATLAS MAROCAINA. Boudhar
L. Hanich
G. Boulet
B. Duchemin
A. Chehbouni
1. Water availability, use and managementEVALUATION OF STRATEGIES TO REDUCE NITRATE POLLUTION OF GROUNDWATERRalf Kunkel
Michael Eisele
Frank Wendland
1. Water availability, use and managementSAMIR, A TOOL FOR IRRIGATION MONITORING USING REMOTE SENSING FOR LANDCOVER MAPPING AND EVAPOTRANSPIRATION ESTIMATIONVincent Simonneaux
S.Thomas
M. Lepage
B. Duchemin
H. Kharrou
B. Berjami
G. Boulet
G. Chehbouni
1. Water availability, use and managementVERS UNE GESTION INTéGRéE DES RESSOURCES EN EAU : LE CAS DES TERRITOIRES ARIDES DE L’INDUSTRIE PHOSPHATIèREGraveline Nina
H. Gaboriau
S. Lanini
1. Water availability, use and managementGROUNDWATER RESOURCES IN JORDAN VALLEY: AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE HYDROGEOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION OF UNCONSOLIDATED AQUIFERSM. Toll
Elias Salameh
Martin Sauter
1. Water availability, use and managementLA RECONNAISSANCE SOCIALE COMME PRéALABLE DU PROGRèS TECHNIQUE :Claire Gout
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B. Duchemin
F. Baup
I. Benhadj
G. Boulet
A. Bouvet
G. Dedieu
J.Ezzahar
O. Hagolle
L. Jarlan
S. Khabba
M. Lepage
A. Olioso
T. LeToan
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B. Duchemin
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B. Mougenot
S. Khabba
M.H. Kharrou
A. Chehbouni
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Liming Lin
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1. Water availability, use and managementPRELIMINARY RESULTS ABOUT THE HEALTH IMPACT OF A WATER AND SANITATION PROGRAM IN TANGIER (MOROCCO)Catherine Arfi
Bruno Detournay
Olivier Gilbert
Anne-Sophie Lepeuple
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1. Water availability, use and managementCALIBRATION OF WATERSHED MODELS WITH MULTI-OBJECTIVE EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHMSFrancisco Venícius Fernandes Barros
Eduardo Sávio Passos Rodrigues Martins
Luiz Sérgio Vasconcelos Nascimento
Dirceu Silveira Reis Junior
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Salajegheh Ali
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1. Water availability, use and managementUTILIZING NORTH AMERICAN REGIONAL REANALYSIS FOR CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACT ASSESSMENT ON WATER RESOURCES IN CENTRAL CANADASung Joon Kim
Woonsup Choi
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Peter F. Rasmussen
1. Water availability, use and managementECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF INCREASING NITRATE IN GROUNDWATER DUE TO CLIMATE CHANGE, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADAGeorge Somers
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1. Water availability, use and managementSUSTAINABILITY ANALYSIS OF IRRIGATION WATER MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL SCALE IRRIGATION SCHEMES, A CASE STUDY FROM ETHIOPIA Ermias ALEMU
Florent MARAUX
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David E. Rosenberg
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Jay R. Lund
1. Water availability, use and managementIMPACT OF GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE ON AGRICULTURAL WATER USE IN THE MEDITERRANEAN REGIONSevilay Topcu
Burak Sen
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Xunqiang Bi
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Tayfun Dalkilic
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Jean-Louis Perrin
Christian Salles
Audrey Caro
Bernadette Picot
Claire Rodier
Christine Grillot
Chu Yin
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A. A. Pinto
1. Water availability, use and managementON THE ORIGIN OF CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS IN THE ENXOé RESERHenrique Coelho
Adélio Silva
Pedro Chambel Leitão
Matthias Obermann
1. Water availability, use and managementHYDROLOGIE DES BASSINS VERSANTS DU HAUT ATLAS MAROCAIN.Lahoucine Hanich
Vincent Simoneaux
Gilles Boulet
Abdelghani Chehbouni
1. Water availability, use and managementTHE USE OF MULTI-OBJECTIVE OPTIMIZATION FOR RESERVOIR’S SYSTEM OPERATION WITH AN EVOLUTIONARY ALGORITHM: THE CASE OF THE METROPOLITAN REGION OF FORTALEZA, BRAZILFrancisco Venícius Fernandes Barros
Luiz Sérgio Vasconcelos do Nascimento
Eduardo Sávio Passos Rodrigues Martins
Dirceu Silveira Reis Junior
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Thomas Warner
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Jean-Emmanuel Paturel
Denis Ruelland
Sandra Ardoin-Bardin
Luc Ferry
Gil Mahe
Claudine Dieulin
Eric Servat
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Walter Collischonn
Carlos Eduardo
Morelli Tucci
Rui Carlos Vieira da Silva
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Oscar de Moraes Cordeiro Netto
1. Water availability, use and managementINTEGRATED WATERSHED MANAGEMENT USING MULTICRITERIA DECISION MAKING TECHNIQUEEun-Sung Chung
Sang-Ug Kim
Kyung-Shin Park
Kil Seong Lee
1. Water availability, use and managementLES APPORTS DISSOUS D’ORIGINE CONTINENTALE VERS L’EMBOUCHURE DU FLEUVE SéNéGALAlioune Kane
Professeur
Département de Géographie
Faculté des Lettres et Sciences Humaines
Université Cheikh Anta Diop de Dakar
BP 5005
Dakar-Fann
Sénégal.
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Bessie Eevelyn Oliva Hernández
João Paulo M. Torres
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Juan Francisco Pérez Sabino
Karin Herrera Aguilar
Joao Paulo Machado Torres
Claudio Eduardo de Azevedo y Silva
Silvia Echeverria Barillas
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J.C. Mailhol
P. Ruelle
F. Forest
D. Rollin
I. Mubarak
M.R. Mirzaei
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Arthur Marchandise
Pascal Brunet
Anne Crespy
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J. Ferrandini
M. Ferrandini
J-M Furt
B. Khoumeri
C. Mori
A.Orsini
P-M Romani
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Cecilia Pozzi
Gonzalo Plencovich
Maria Ines Rodriguez
Patricia Ó Mill
Patricia Carranza
Mariana Pagot
Andrés Rodriguez
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Bechki Djamel
Bouguettaia Hamza
Boughali Slimane
Mohamed Tayeb Meftah
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Kenneth M. Msibi
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carine Julcour-Lebigue
Ulises-Javier Jauregui-Haza
Anne-Marie Wilhelm
Henri Delmas
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Fiona Miller
Hoanh Chu Thai
Sokhem Pech
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Jean-Guillaume Robin
Gérard Bourgeon
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Om Ratna Bajracharya
Lekh Nath Bagale
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Ansis Z.
Elga A.
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Njine T.
Zébazé T. S. H.
Bilong Bilong. C. F.
Foto M. S.
Alongmo. R. K.
Ebang M. D.
Tuekam K. P. R.
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Oliver Olsson
Jochen Froebrich
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Jean Marie Lopez
Hendri Sosiawan
Budi Kartiwa
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Anda Bakute
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Martina Flörke
Joseph Alcamo
Christof Schneider
Kasper Kok
Juha Kämäri
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Berthe Ratsimba
Anne-Marie Wilhelm
Henri Delmas
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Gesche Grützmacher
Ingrid Chorus
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O. Radakovitch
C. Vallet-Coulomb
B. Blavoux
V. Vallès
Y. Travi
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José A. Moràbito
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Bernadette Picot
Jean Guy Amat
Patrick Beziat
Jean Pierre Sambuco
Irina Valarié
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Hervé Jourde
Séverin Pistre
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Valérie Borrell Estupina
Hervé Jourde
Séverin Pistre
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Abdul-Rhman Al-Charideh
Walid Al-Fares
Pascal Brunet
Nathalie Dörfliger
Ahmad El-Hajj
Massaad El Hakim
Perrine Fleury
Bassam Kattaa
Wajdi Najem
Jean-Luc Seidel
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Claude Lebelle
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Ana Hilda Santillan
José Rodríguez
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Brian Cheers
Henning Bjornlund
Geoff Kuehne
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Jean-Pierre Cambon
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Gael Plantard
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Miguel Solanes
Denisse Rodríguez
Rene Orellana
Howard Mann
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Madjid Bouzit
Nathalie Dorfliger
Fadi Comair
Emad Al-Karablieh
Amer Salman
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Claude Drogue
Hervé Jourde
Hamed Ben Dhia
Moncef Zairi
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Martha Awo
Benjamin Schraven
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Cécile Agosta
Eric Sauquet
Frédéric Hendrickx
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Najia Elboudali
Hassan Rinane
Fouad Amraoui
Undine Giseke
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Alexis Lecointe
Rosa Solar
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M. Douani b
S. Al sulaiman c
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Y. al mulla d
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Honoré Dacosta
Matar Diaw
Raymond Malou
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Maricela Villicaña-Méndez
Jesus Gonzalez-Hernández
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Claudia Künzer
Juliane Huth
Thilo Wehrmann
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Sylvie Kore Lekadou
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Ibrahima Berthé
Mutsipayi Jibikilayi
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David Salas
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Sébastien Chazot
Laure Maton
Keltoum Chaouche
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3. Climate Change and DisastersREGIONAL TESTS FOR TREND DETECTION IN MAXIMUM PLUVIOMETRIC SERIES IN THE FRENCH MEDITERRANEAN REGION.Nicolas Pujol
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3. Climate Change and DisastersCLIMATE UNCERTAINTY,WATER AVAILABILITY AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN MEXICAN AGRICULTUREIgnacio Sanchez Cohen
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José Alexander Gil-Marín
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3. Climate Change and DisastersCLIMATE CHANGE AND WATER MANAGEMENT PLANNING IN THE CZECH REPUBLICOldrich Novicky
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Léonard Elie Akpo
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Hammou Laamrani
Guy Jobbins
Eglal Rached
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P.S. Sarr
3. Climate Change and DisastersTHE RUN-OFF IN THE SUDONO-SAHELIAN: S. Valet
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3. Climate Change and DisastersVARIABILITE HYDROCLIMATIQUE ET SANTE : EXEMPLE DE LA DYSENTERIE ET DES DIARRHEES DANS LE FAUBOURG DE SOR A SAINT-LOUIS (SENEGAL)Moussa Mbaye(1-2-
Gil Mahé
Eric Servat
Richard Laganier
Sylvain Bigot
Oumar Diop
J.F. Guegan
3. Climate Change and DisastersTHE ROLE OF IRRIGATION IN FARMER’S RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES: A FRENCH CASE STUDY Cathrine Golden
Katrin Erdlenbruch
Sophie Thoyer
Jean-Laurent Viviani
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Hallvard Berg
3. Climate Change and DisastersTEMPORAL FLOW VARIATIONS: A CHALLENGE FOR SURFACE WATER MANAGEMENT IN TANZANIAPatrick Valimba
3. Climate Change and DisastersAREA DIFFERENTIATED ANALYSIS OF IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOS ON GROUNDWATER RESOURCES IN NORTHWESTERN GERMANYFrank Wendland
Ralf Kunkel
Imke Lingemann
Björn Tetzlaff
Richard Knoche
Harald Kunstmann
3. Climate Change and DisastersL'ALLIANCE DE LA RECHERCHE, DES ENTREPRISES ET DES USAGERS POUR UN PILOTAGE DES RISQUES LIéS à L'EAU
3. Climate Change and DisastersCLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON WATER AVAILABILITY IN THE SEMIARID ELQUI VALLEY, CHILEMaxime Souvignet
Hartmut Gaese
Lars Ribbe
Ricardo Oyarzún
Nicole Kretschmer
3. Climate Change and DisastersIMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON THE WATER RESOURCES OF COASTAL MEDITERRANEAN RIVERS IN SOUTHERN FRANCEFranck Lespinas
Wolfgang Ludwig
Serge Heussner
3. Climate Change and DisastersCONSTITUTION D’UNE GRILLE DE PLUIES MENSUELLES PERIODE 1900-2000 POUR L’AFRIQUE Nathalie Rouché
S. Ardoin-Bardin
J.F. Boyer
B.Brissaud
A. Crès
G. Mahé
3. Climate Change and DisastersA GIS FOR AFRICAN INTERNATIONAL RIVER BASINS MANAGEMENTClaudine Dieulin
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3. Climate Change and DisastersTHE AMANCAY PROJECT: FROM DECENNAL TO INTERANNUAL CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN TROPICAL AND SUBTROPICAL SOUTH AMERICA Francoise Vimeux
Jean-Philippe Boulanger
Myriam Khodri
Josyane Ronchail
Abdel Sifeddine
Florence Sylvestre
Amancay participants
3. Climate Change and DisastersIMPACT DE LA VARIABILITé CLIMATIQUE SUR LES RESSOURCES HYDRIQUES DU BASSIN DE L'AMAZONEJhan Carlo Espinoza Villar
Jean Loup Guyot
Josyane Ronchail
Gérard Cochonneau
Naziano Filizola
Pascal Fraizy
David Labat
Luís Noriega
Eurides de Oliveira
Juan Julio Ordoñez
Philippe Vauchel
3. Climate Change and DisastersRETRAIT GLACIAIRE EN CORDILLèRES BLANCHE ET CENTRALE DES ANDES PéRUVIENNES COMPARAISON DES GLACIERS DE L'ARTESON (CB) ET DU SHULLCON (CC) Pascaline Bourgain
Robert Gallaire
Jesus Gomez
Alejo Cochachin
Marco Zapata
Luis Metzger
3. Climate Change and DisastersPERUVIAN ANDEAN GLACIERS RETREAT ANALYSIS. INVENTORY OF THE GLACIERS AND LAKES SITUATED IN THE WHITE CORDILLERAArnaldo Tacsi
Marco Zapata
Nelson Santillán
Yves Arnaud
Robert Gallaire
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Christine Vallet-Coulomb
Florence Sylvestre
Eduardo Piovano
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Bruno Barbier
Laurent.Compaoré
Harouna Karambiri
Yacouba Hama
3. Climate Change and DisastersPOPULATION VULNERABILITY AND CLIMATE VARIABILITY IN THE SAHEL: Malick Zoromé
Bruno Barbier
Harouna Karambiri
Hamma Yacouba
3. Climate Change and DisastersCLIMATE CHANGE MITIGATION TO RESTORE WATER RESOURSES: Maria L Feijóo Bello
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureHYDRAULIC MODEL OF TRICKLE-IRRIGATED LATERALS BASED ON THE THEORY OF SPATIALLY VARIED FLOW
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureCURRENT PROBLEMS OF WATER ENERGY RESOURCES OF TAJIKISTAN AND CENTRAL ASIAInom Normatov
Georgy Petrov
Ayubdzhon Normatov
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4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureWATER SAVING AND GROWTH OF ALFALFA (MEDICAGO SATIVA L.) USING SUBSURFACE DRIP IRRIGATIONRafael Figueroa- Viramontes
Salvador Berumen-Padilla Salvador
Cirilo Vazquez-Vazquez
Ignacio Orona- Castillo Ignacio
J. José Martínez-Ríos
J. Dimas López-Martínez
Enrique Salazar-Sosa
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureSEASONAL SEA LEVEL OUTLOOK WITH EXCEEDANCE PROBABILITYMd. Rashed Chowdhury
Thomas A. Schroeder
Sarah Jones
P-S Chu
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureREMOTE SENSING AND HYDROCHEMISTRY OF LAKES-GROUNDWATER INTERACTIONSarah Tweed
Marc Leblanc
Ian Cartwright
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureTHE AQUASTRESS INTEGRATED SOLUTIONS SUPPORT SYSTEM: I3SC.J. de Zeeuw
R. Knapen
H. Scholten
A. Kassahun
N. Kukeric
J. Griffioen
M. Blind
T.T. de Vries
L.S.Vamvakeridou-Lyroudia
G. Arampatzis
R. Moore
P.J.A. Gijsbers
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureENHANCED RISK MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES FOR MITIGATING FUTURE DROUGHTS IN CENTRAL ASIAOliver Olsson
Malika Ikramova
Matthias Obermann
Melanie Bauer
Jochen Froebrich
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureTHE WATER FOOTPRINT OF ENERGY CARRIERSWinnie Gerbens- Leenes
Arjen Y. Hoekstra
Theo H. Van Der Meer
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureINFORMAL WATER SUPPLIERS MEETING WATER NEEDS IN THE PERI-URBAN TERRITORIES OF MUMBAI, AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVEAnastasia Angueletou-Marteau
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureINTELLIGENT CONTROL BASED ON FUZZY LOGIC FOR AUTOMATION OF GREENHOUSE IRRIGATION SYSTEM Ahmad Tabatabaeefar
Mahmood Omid
Reza Alimardani
Leila Naderloo
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureGIS FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL ASIAVictor Dukhovny
Vadim Ilych Sokolov
Yelena Roshenko
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureDAM BREAK SIMULATION BY MEANS OF A HIGH RESOLUTION ALGORITHM APPLIED TO LA PAROTA, GUERRERO, MéXICOMaritza Arganis
Ernest Bladé
Josep Dolz
Martí Sánchez
Óscar A. Fuentes
Víctor Franco
Faustino De Luna
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureCROP WATER STRESS DETECTION FROM REMOTE SENSING USING THE SSEBI-2 ALGORITHMClaire Jacobs
Gerbert J. Roerink
Ali Hammani
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureA DMA DESIGN FOR “NAPOLI EST” WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM Maurizio Giugni
Nicola Fontana
Davide Portolano
Davide Romanelli
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureGEOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION AND ORIGIN OF CARABOBO’S AREA FORMATION WATER, ORINOCO OIL BELT, VENEZUELAMoises Pirela
José Antonio García
José Rondón
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureAPPLICATION OF MAGNETIC RESONANCE SOUNDINGS FOR HYDROSTRATIGRAPHIC CHARACTERIZATION OF AN ALLUVIAL AQUIFER FOR GROUND- WATER MODEL INPUT Wade H Kress
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureCARACTéRISATION DE LA SèCHERESSE AU SUD TUNISIENManel Ellouze
Habib Abida
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureDEVELOPMENT IN THE SEWAGE INFRASTRUCTURE OF MEXICO-CITY UNDER DIFFERENT CLIMATE CHANGE SCENARIOSJosé Agustin Breña
Maria Francisca Naranjo Pérez de León
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructurePROJET PILOTE POUR L’ALERTE DE CRUE SUR UN BASSIN VERSANT GERE PAR UNE COLLECTIVITENelly Peyron
Eric Fazi
François Bressand
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureETUDE DU PHéNOMèNE DE L’ABRASION D'UNE POMPE ALGéRIENNE POUR L’ ALIMENTATION EN EAU POTABLE DANS LE GRAND SUD ALGéRIEN. O. Khodjet- Kesba
A. Kettab
A. Ayadi
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Guéladio Cissé
Jean Biémi
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureMETHODS OF FACING WITH DROUGHT IN FARS PROVINCE – IRANMir Hassan Seyed Seraji
Ali Torabi Haghighi
Pouyan Keshtkaran
MitraDehghani
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Denis Désille
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureIMPACT ENVIRONNEMENTAL DE LA STATION DE DESSALEMENT DE BRéDéAH (ALGéRIE) : ENTRE LE LéGAL ET LE RéEL.K. GUENACHI
N. NOUREDDINE
N. HASSINI
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureASSESSMENT OF FLOOD DAMAGE RISK FOR ENGINEERING STRUCTURES IN RIVER FLOODPLAINSBorris Gjunsburgs
Roberts Neilands
Elena Govsha
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureCALCUL NUMéRIQUE DE L'éCOULMENT PERMANENT DANS LES BARRAGES EN TERRE A. Hachemi
B. Bengueddach
B. Remini
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureDEFINING INDICATORS OF IRRIGATION PERFORMANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF IWRM MONITORING IN WEST AFRICAJacques Rey
Florence Ardorino
Hervé Lévite
Rui Silva
Jean-Paul Luc
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Dr. Betman Singh Bhandari
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureSMALLHOLDER IRRIGATION IMPACTS ON WETLANDS LIVELIHOODS AND AQUATIC RESOURCES USE Dr. Madhusudan Bhattarai
Dr. Phouphet Kyophilavong
Mr. Phonsvisay Aloun
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureLE PROJET FRIEND/AOC1 (FLOW REGIMES FROM INTERNATIONAL EXPERIMENTAL AND NETWORK DATA) DE L’UNESCO (PHI)
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureEVALUATION DU RISQUE LIé AUX VARIATIONS SPATIOTEMPORELLES DE LA PLUVIOMéTRIE AU SAHEL Joan Bastide
Erwann Fillol
Thierry Métais
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureRETENTION POTENTIAL IN RIVER HEADSTREAM AREASJan Kocum
Bohumír Janský
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructurePROBLEMATIC HYDRIC-ENVIRONMENTAL OF THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE HYDROELECTRIC DAM “EL CIMARRóN”, EL SALVADOR C.AJulio César Quiñónez Basagoitia
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureUNE PLATE-FORME DE MODéLISATION DE LA VARIABILITé SPATIO-TEMPORELLE DES FLUX AU SEIN DU BASSIN AMAZONIEN.Gérard Cochonneau
Sébastien Gardoll
Marie-Paule Bonnet
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureFLOOD MANAGEMENT AT THE BASIN LEVEL IN FRANCE: EQUITY AND ACCEPTABILITY OF RURAL-URBAN RISK–SHARING POLICIES Katrin Erdlenbruch
Frédéric Grelot
Geoffroy Enjolras
Robert Kast
Sophie Thoyer
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureAPPLICATION OF MULTI-AGENT SYSTEMS AND AMBIENT INTELLIGENCE APPROACHES IN WATER MANAGEMENTPeter Mikulecký
Daniela Ponce
Kamila Olsevicova
Jiri Haviger
Agata Bodnarova
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureASSESSMENT OF SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE IN THE IRRIGATED PERIMETER OF TADLA, MOROCCO USING THE CRIWAR STRATEGY MODULE Rob A.L. Kselik
Marinus G. Bos
Ali Hammani
Aziz Bellouti
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureMELAMCHI INTERSECTORAL WATER TRANSFER PROJECT IN KATHAMNDU:Janardan Khatri-Chhetri
Hom Nath Gartaula
Madhusudan Bhattarai
Devendra Prasad Chapagain
Dhruba Pant
and Amir Poudel
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureMONITORING OF SURFACE WATER QUALITY IN LARGE RIVERS WITH SATELLITE IMAGERYJean Michel Martinez
Jean-Loup Guyot
Gérard Cochonneau
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureINFLUENCE OF SAMPLING FREQUENCY ON THE QUANTIFICATION OF POLLUTANT LOADS IN THE DESCOBERTO RIVER WATERSHED - FEDERAL DISTRICT, BRAZILJanaina Mesquita
Sergio Koide
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4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureTHE USE OF MATERIAL FLOW ANALYSIS AND INDICATORS FOR SUPPORTING ENHANCED WATER POLICY DECISIONSLara Yacob
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureHYDRODYNAMIC MODELLING IN LARGE RESERVOIRS FOR WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENTAlfredo Ribeiro Neto
Carlos Eduardo de Oliveira Dantas
José Almir Cirilo
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureEFFICIENCY OF ARTIFICIAL GROUNDWATER RECHARGE BY PERCOLATION TANKS IN A SEMI -ARID HARD ROCK AQUIFER CONTEXT, SOUTH INDIA.Sylvain Massuel
Jérome Perrin
Mohamed Wajid
Cédric Mascre
Subash Chandra
Benoit Dewandel
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureMONITORING TO SUPPORT WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT IN NORTH-CENTRAL CHILELars Ribbe
Mesenia Atenas
Francisco Meza
Nicole Kretschmer
Ricardo Oyarzún
Eduardo Salgado
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureAPPROACHES TO DEVELOPMENT OF THE STATE WATER CADASTRE IN THE REPUBLIC OF ARMENIAAram Abovyan
Hovhannes Tokmajyan
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureABOUT EFFICIENCY OF WATER USE IN AGRARIAN SECTOR (CASE STUDY OF TASHKENT PROVINCE, UZBEKISTAN) Munojat Ishankulova
Yusup Rysbekov
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureANALYSIS OF SOURCE WATER CONTAMINATION IN RURAL AND SEMI-RURAL AREAS IN EUROPE AND UNITED STATESG. Grützmacher *
A. Morel-Fatio *
L.Tedesco **
E. Hack **
R. Barr **
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureA REAL TIME WATER QUALITY MONITORING NETWORK AND WATER QUALITY INDICES FOR RIVER NILE Amir Ali Khan
Haseen Khan
Shaden Abdel-Gawad
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructurePROJET AWARE - RéDUIRE LA POLLUTION DE L’EAU PAR LES PRODUITS PHYTOSANITAIRES EN AMéLIORANT LES PRATIQUES D’APPLICATION PAR L’UTILISATION DES TECHNIQUES D’INFORMATION ET DE COMMUNICATION EMBARQUéESMichael Douchin
Bernadette Ruelle
Vincent De Rudnicki
Franck Lecoq
Irina Valarié
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureINFLUENCE OF IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE TO AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION IN VOJVODINA PROVINCEAndelka Belic
Sima Belic
Radovan Savic
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureEFFECT OF CATCHMENT LAND USE CHANGE ON THE WATER RESOURCES AND WATER QUALITYOlga Barron
Michael Donn
Antony Barr
Daniel Pollock
Warrick Dawes
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureAN INTEGRATED APPROACH FOR DEBRIS-FLOW RISK MITIGATION IN THE NORTH COASTAL RANGE OF VENEZUELAJose L. Lopez
François Courtel
4. Development of Water Resources and InfrastructureTOWARDS FOOD SECURITY: PROMISING PATHWAYS FOR INCREASING AGRICULTURAL WATER PRODUCTIVITY Hamdy Atef
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTHE POLITICS OF UNILATERAL ENVIRONMENTALISM: WASTEWATER TREATMENT ALONG THE ISRAELI-PALESTINIAN BORDER
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTO INCREASE WATER PRODUCTIVITY THROUGHOUT PROPER INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS AMONG GOVERNANCE HIERARCHY Vadim Sokolov
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityWATER GOVERNANCE IN ARID MOUNTAINS: BETWEEN REPRODUCIBILITY AND SUSTAINABILITYPablo Alvarez
Yveline Poncet
Hector Fabian Reyes
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityPAST AND PRESENT CAN HELP BUILD BETTER FUTURE FOR THE STATES SHARING WATER RESOURCES (ISRAELI-ARAB WATER CONFLICT)Mohamed Asheesh
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityABOUT MULTIYEAR FLOW ON HYDROPOST KERKI (AMUDARYA RIVER) AND WATER DISTRIBUTION BETWEEN TURKMENISTAN AND UZBEKISTAN Yusup Rysbekov
Alisher Nazariy
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityREVEALING REPRESENTATION MISMATCH BETWEEN ACTORS THROUGH ROLE PLAYING GAMES: EXAMPLE OF PERIURBAN CATCHMENT MANAGEMENT IN SAO PAULO (BRAZIL). Raphaèle Ducrot
Vilma Barban
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityON THE NECESSITY OF RECONSIDERATION OF THE WATER BALANCE EQUATION COMPONENTS.Iofin K. Zinoviy
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTRANSBOUNDARY WATER COOPERATION AND THE REGIONAL PUBLIC GOOD: THE CASE OF THE MEKONG RIVEROliver Hensengerth
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityPRIVATISATION OF IRRIGATION WATER SERVICES: CONFLICT, MEDIATION AND NEW PARTNERSHIPS IN THE ELGUERDANE PROJECT, MOROCCOAnnabelle Houdret
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5. Water Governance and Water SecurityAQUA 2020 A PROSPECTIVE APPROACH, UNIQUE IN FRANCE Claude Allet
Jean-Michel Citeau
Sébastien Chazot
Jean-Claude Festor(*)
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityLOCAL WATER GOVERNANCE IN SOUTH AFRICA: TO WHICH EXTENT PARTICIPATORY APPROACHES FACILITATE MULTI-STAKEHOLDER NEGOTIATIONS? THE KAT RIVER VALLEY EXPERIENCE S. Farolfi
H. Gumede
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5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCANADIAN LEGAL FRAMEWORK OF WATER AND GOVERNANCE IN THE PRAIRIE PROVINCESMargot Hurlbert
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTRANSBOUNDARY BASINS AND THEIR DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: STATUS OF SOME PROJECTS AND ELEMENTS OF ANALYSIS Julie Ladel
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityA NEW METHOD TO EVALUATE WEIGHTS OF DECISION MAKERS AND ITS APPLICATION IN WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT.Abbas Afshar
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCOMPETING FOR WATERHelle Munk Ravnborg
Mikkel Funder
Rocio Bustamante
Abdoulaye Cissé
Signe M. Cold- Ravnkilde
Vladimir Cossio
Moussa Djiré
Ligia I. Gómez
Julie Koch
Phuong Le
Chimwang’wa Maseka
Carol Mweemba
Imasiku Ny
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityWATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION AS A KEY TO SUSTAINABILITY OF RURAL AREAS IN UKRAINE
5. Water Governance and Water SecuritySTANDARDS APPLIED TO WATER USE: AN ATTEMPT TO BUILD UP NORMATIVE INDICATORSArnaud Büchs
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityISRAëL/PALESTINE : POUR SORTIR DE LA CRISE DE L’EAU DANS UN CONTEXTE DE FORTS CHANGEMENTS DéMOGRAPHIQUES. Pierre Blanc
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityMANAGING WATER IN THE SEGURA BASIN: CONFLICTS AROUND GATED COMMUNITIES IN MURCIAAnna Zimmer
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityHOUSEHOLD WATER DEMAND PREDICTION MODEL WITH CHANGING ECONOMIC EFFECTS BY USING INPUT-OUTPUT TABLE MODEL Pongsak Suttinon
Nasu Seigo
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTRANSBOUNDARY RIVER BASINS IN SOUTHERN MEXICO: WATER ISSUES AND CONSTRAINTS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSEdith Kauffer
5. Water Governance and Water SecuritySURFACE WATERS VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT: A CASE STUDY (TUSCIANO AND PICENTINO RIVERS) M. Giugni
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G. Lombardi
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5. Water Governance and Water SecurityWATER MANAGEMENT FOR PEACECremer Sylvie
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGETTING ACCESS RIGHT Irit Eguavoen
Daniel Spalthoff
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityECOLOGICAL INSTREAM FLOW REQUIREMENTS CALCULATION OF PIHE RIVER BY MONTANA METHODOLOGY IN SICHUAN BASIN CHINA Fanghua Hao
Hao Chen
Xuelei Wang
ShengTian Yang
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityDEFINING RULES FOR MODEL USE IN PARTICIPATORY WATER MANAGEMENTPieter Bots
Rianne Bijlsma
Yorck Von Korff
Nicolien Van Der Fluit
Henk Wolters
5. Water Governance and Water Security“WATER IS GOD’S”: COMMONALITY VIEW AND THE CHALLENGES OF STATE INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIAEmmanuel M. Akpabio
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityLOCAL INSTITUTIONS AND ADAPTATION TO CLIMATE-INDUCED WATER PROBLEMS Harry Diaz
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGOVERNANCE INSTITUTIONS AND COMMUNITY VULNERABILITIES TO CLIMATE-INDUCED WATER STRESS - CASE STUDIES IN CANADA AND CHILE.Darrell R. Corkal
Margot Hurlbert
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGERER L'EAU EN AFRIQUE AUSTRALE : DU CONCEPT D'"HYDROPOLITIQUES" ENTRE CONFLITS ET COOPERATIONS ET DE SES CONSEQUENCES DU REGIONAL AU LOCAL.Agathe Maupin
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityRATIONAL USE OF WATER AND SOIL MANAGEMENT UNDER A CENTER PIVOT SYSTEMJoao Carlos Cury Saad
Marcelo Augusto De Aguiar E Silva
Leonardo Pretto De Azevedo
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityNEED FOR CODIFYING INTERNATIONAL LAW/OBLIGATIONS FOR ENSURING ENVIRONMENTAL FLOW DOWNSTREAM: LESSONS FROM BANGLADESH.Miah M. Maniruzzaman
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityAPPROPRIATIONS DU CADRE DE L’ASSOCIATION DES USAGERS DES EAUX AGRICOLES PAR LES IRRIGANTS AU MAROC:ANALYSE COMPARATIVE DE CAS AU MOYEN ATLAS ET MOYEN SEBOU.Lahssan Bekkari
Zakaria Kadiri
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityPARTICIPATORY RISK MANAGEMENT APPROACHES FOR WATER PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT: INSIGHTS FROM AUSTRALIA AND BULGARIAKatherine A. Daniell
Peter Coad
Irina Ribarova
Ian White
Nils Ferrand
Jean-Emmanuel Rougier
Alexis Tsoukiàs
Philip Haines
Natalie Jones
Albena Popova
Stewart Burn
Pascal Perez
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityENSURING CHILDREN’S RIGHT TO WATER THROUGH COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION: MYTH OR REALITY?Per Wickenberg
Karsten Åström
Håkan Hyden
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCOORDINATING POLICY INITIATIVES BETWEEN GOVERNMENTS IN THE WATER INDUSTRYBrian Davidson
Biju George
Hector M Malano
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCOMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS IN WATER RESOURCE GOVERNANCE: RURAL-URBAN INTERFACE OF IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN THAILANDRam Chandra Bastakoti
Ganesh P. Shivakoti
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityWATER RESOURCE ALLOCATION MODELLING TO HARMONISE SUPPLY AND DEMAND IN THE MALAPRABHA CATCHMENT, INDIABiju George
Hector M Malano
Brian Davidson
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityRéSEAUX DE SURVEILLANCE DE LA QUALITé DES RIVIèRES ET NOUVEAUX INTéGRATEURS BIOLOGIQUES EN LANGUEDOC-ROUSSILLON (FRANCE). Luc Barbe
Dominique Delmont
Simone Falce
Yannick Letet
Célia Ribera
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTOWARDS A NEW DRINKING WATER GOVERNANCE IN FRANCE? FROM EUROPE TO LOCAL SCALEAurélie Roussary
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityRéSOLUTION DE CONFLITS DE L'EAU: ANALYSE DES DISPOSITIFS JURIDICO-ADMINISTRATIFS EN FRANCE ET AU BRéSIL Noemia Bohn
Sophie Richard
Flavie Cernesson
Adilson Pinheiro
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityDECENTRALIZED GOVERNANCE FOR SUSTAINABLE IRRIGATION Dr.Deepak Kumar Das
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGOOD GOVERNANCE FOR WATER – WATER FOR GOOD GOVERNANCE, IN RURAL COMMUNITIES OF AZERBAIJAN
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTHE FOUNDATION FOR A NEW WATER CULTURE: SCIENCE FOR A DEMOCRATIC WATER GOVERNANCEGraciela Ferrer
Francesc La Roca
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCOST SHARING OF AN INTERNATIONAL WATERCOURSE WITH RESPECT TO STATE SOVEREIGNTY Fady Hamade
5. Water Governance and Water SecuritySURFACE IRRIGATION AND LIVELIHOODSNitin Bassi
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityDRAWING WATER FOR THIRSTY LANDS: STORIES OF THE CLOSING KRISHNA RIVER BASIN IN SOUTH INDIA Jean Philippe Venot
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTHE UN CONVENTION ON INTERNATIONAL WATERCOURSES: DO WE NEED IT?Maria Tzatzaki Vasiliki
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGOVERNMENTAL INTERVENTION INTO WATER RIGHTS TRADING IN THE CONTEXT OF CHINA’S WATER POLICY REFORMMin Jiang
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityFACILITATING POLICY-ORIENTED LEARNING ABOUT THE MULTI-ACTOR DIMENSION OF WATER GOVERNANCELeon M. Hermans
Çagri B. Muluk
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityINSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURES IN THE WATER AND SANITATION SECTORPatricia Phumpiu
Jan Erik Gustafsson
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGESTION DE LA DEMANDE EN EAU AU MOYEN ORIENT ET EN AFRIQUE DU NORD: ENJEUX ET PERSPECTIVES (SEE ALSO ABSTRACTS 531 AND 539) Hammou Laamrani
Lamia El Fattal
Eglal Rached
Doaa Arafa
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityROLE OF STAKEHOLDERS IN RED RIVER BASIN FOR IWRM WATER SECURITY AND POVERTY REDUCTIONPham Thi Bich Ngoc
Anders Hjort-af-Ornas
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityINTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF THE BRAHMAPUTRA BASIN: CONSTRAINTS AND HOPE FOR REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT Muhammad Mizanur Rahaman
Olli Varis
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCOUPLED WATER AND NUTRIMENT MODELLING OF AN INTERMITTENT FRENCH RIVER: THE VèNENanée Chahinian
Marie-George Tournoud
Jean-Louis Perrin
Bernadette Picot
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTHE EU WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION IN THE IBERIAN CONTEXTRodrigo Maia
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTHE BERLIN RULES ON WATER RESOURCES: A NEW PARADIGM FOR INTERNATIONAL WATER LAWJoseph William Dellapenna
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityHUMAN RIGHTS AND WATER RESOURCES: RECOGNITION, GOVERNANCE STRUCTURES, REALIZATION Daniel R. Lynch
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCOMPORTEMENT DES PRODUCTEURS AGRICOLES ET EFFICACITé D’USAGE DE L’EAU EN SEMI-ARIDE TUNISIEN Fraj Chemak
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityEXPLOITATION MINIèRE, DESTRUCTION DES SOURCES D’EAU ET RéHABILITATION DES SOLS. EXPéRIENCES DU RECODELAC EN MILIEUX RURAUX DE LA PROVINCE DU KASAï (R.D.C) Jean pierre Tshipamba-Dikamba
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityQUALIFIED PROFESSIONALS ARE A MUST FOR SUSTAINABLE WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES Tapio Sakari Katko
Jarmo J. Hukka
Pekka E. Pietilä
Osmo T. Seppälä
5. Water Governance and Water SecuritySHARING WATER AT CATCHMENT LEVEL: THE IMPACT OF CONTEXT ON COOPERATIVE GAME SOLUTIONSMathieu Désolé
Stefano Farolfi
Fioravante Patrone
Patrick Rio
Mabel Tidball
Sophie Thoyer
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityPILOTE-REG : UNE APPROCHE OPéRATIONNELLE POUR ESTIMER LA DEMANDE EN EAU RéGIONALE AVEC LES ACTEURS. Camacho J.M
Gonzalez
J. Granier
J.C. Mailhol
P. Ruelle
L. Brunel
Y . de Lajonquière
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityL’EAU VIRTUELLE, QUEL éCLAIRAGE POUR LA GESTION ET LA RéPARTITION DE L’EAU EN SITUATION DE PéNURIE ? Sara Fernandez
Gaëlle Thivet
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityNGOS STRATEGIES IN WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION PROJECTSAlejandro Jimenez
A. Pérez-Foguet
M.Carrillo
5. Water Governance and Water Security FOR THE NEW PRESSURES DOES THE SAME SINGLE ANSWER HOLDS?Alberto Flávio Pêgo e Silva
Luiz Claudio M. Ribeiro
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTRANSBOUNDARY RIVER BASIN MANAGEMENT: EXISTING PROBLEMS AND POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS ON AN EXAMPLE OF KURA-ARAKS RIVER BASINArmine Simonyan
Anna Movsisyan
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityIMPROVE WATER GOVERNANCE OF RIVER BASINS IN CHINAJiebin Zhang
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityIF THERE WERE A WATER CRISIS, HOW WOULD WE KNOW?James E. Nickum
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCONSTRUIRE GOUVERNANCE DANS LA PRESTATION DU SERVICE D'EAU DANS COCHABAMBAEcon. Rossina Alba Maydana
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGOUVERNANCE DE L’EAU DANS LES MéTROPOLES BRéSILIENNES: UNE NOUVELLE PERSPECTIVE POUR LA COOPéRATION INTERINSTITUTIONNELLEAna Lucia Britto
Rosa Maria Formiga-Johnsson
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityESTIMATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL FLOWS AT THE ORANGE RIVER MOUTH USING AN IMPROVED SPATIAL INTERPOLATION APPROACH. Billy Troy
Jean Marie Fritsch
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityGESTION EN COMMUN DES BORNES FOYERS D’UN PéRIMèTRE D’IRRIGATION AU NORD DE LA TUNISIE
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityPERCEPTION MANAGEMENT OF WATER RESOURCES PROJECTS: SOME LESSONS FOR ENGINEERS
5. Water Governance and Water Security LE CONSEIL DIRECTIF DU CACHAPOAL, EXEMPLE DE GOUVERNANCE DE L´EAU EN CHILI Lilian Jara Rojas
Verónica Gonzalez A.
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityCARACTéRISATION PAR FLUORESCENCE 3D DE LA MATIèRE ORGANIQUE DES EAUX NATURELLES DANS LES ENVIRONNEMENTS CôTIERS DE L’éTAT DE CéARA (BRéSIL)Nabila Abbad
Stéphane Mounier
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityLA DIRECTIVE CADRE EAU : QUELS ENJEUX ? QUELLES MéTHODES ? QUELLES STRATéGIES ?Anaïs Giraud
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityAN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF GOVERNANCE TO ENLIGHTEN CONCERTED WATER MANAGEMENT IN FRANCESophie Richard
Thierry Rieu
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityNEW CHALLENGES FOR WATER QUALITY MONITORING: POTENTIAL ROLE OF NOVEL MONITORING TOOLSCatherine Gonzalez
Benoit Roig
Richard Greenwood
Catherine Berho
Nina Graveline
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityANTHROPOLOGIE DE L’EAU : EXEMPLES DU CONTEXTE OUEST AFRICAIN
5. Water Governance and Water SecurityTHE INFLUENCE OF SAMPLING FREQUENCY AT THE QUANTIFICATION OF POLLUTANT LOADS IN THE DESCOBERTO RIVER – DISTRITO FEDERAL, BRAZILJanaína Bezerra Mesquita1
Sérgio Koide1 & Nabil Joseph Eid1
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementQUANTIFYING THE IMPACTS OF WATER ENVIRONMENT AND CONSERVATION FOR SUSTAINABILITY IN NORTHERN PHILIPPINES
6. Water Conservation and Demand Management6.WATER CONSERVATION AND DEMAND MANAGEMENTManisha Deb Sarkar
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementTECHNICAL ISSUES INVOLVED IN MODERNIZING FARM IRRIGATION SYSTEMBruno Molle
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementCLASSIFYING, CLUSTERING & CLUMPING; DEFINING GROUPS OF IRRIGATORS IN AUSTRALIA’S NAMOI VALLEY.G. Kuehne
H. Bjornlund
B. Cheers
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementMONITORING THE IMPACTS OF WATER TRADING SOME METHODS AND RESULTS FROM AN AUSTRALIAN WATER MARKET Bjornlund Henning
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementURBAN WASTEWATER REUSE FOR LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION IN A SEASIDE RESORT: MICROBIAL REQUIREMENTS. Eric Blin
Philippe Blatière
François Brissaud
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementTHE ROLE OF SMALL SCALE WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF WATER RESOURCES IN WEST BANK OF PALESTINEMohammed Yousef Sbeih
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementPRIVATE SECTOR PARTICIPATION IN WATER SUPPLY: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING ECONOMIESE.O. Longe
M.O Kehinde
C.O. Olajide
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementCOPING WITH WATER SCARCITY IN KINGDOM OF BAHRAINNajat M. Es’haqi
Rafid Al-Khaddar
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementWHO GETS WHAT? POLICY LESSONS ON HOW TO SHARE SCARCE IRRIGATION WATER DURING DROUGHTSSophie Thoyer
Deborah Peterson
Jean-Michel Salles
6. Water Conservation and Demand Management6- WATER CNSERVATION AND DEMAND MANAGEMENT-
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementWATER SHARING AMONG COMPETING FARMERS IN TEMPERATE CLIMATE: A STUDY OF DIFFERENT PRICING MECHANISMS Jean-Philippe Terreaux
Mabel Tidball
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementECONOMIC VALUE OF PROVISIONING SERVICES AND LIVELIHOOD DEPENDENCE ON THE GA-MAMPA WETLAND, SOUTH AFRICAOlalekan Adekola
Sylvie Morardet
Frederic Grelot
Rudolf de Groot
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementCOMMUNITY WATER SUPPLY AND SANITATION IN NONGTENG RESETTLEMENT RESIDENTIAL AREA FOR UEM IN VIENTIANE THE CAPITAL CITY OF LAO P.D.R Daophet Bouapha
Bounghon Homsombath
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementWATER SOFT PATHS: PLANNING BEYOND DEMAND MANAGEMENTPaul A. Kay
David B. Brooks
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementDESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOFTWARE FOR TRAINING THE WATERSHED MANAGERS IN THE ESTIMATION OF RUNOFF IN A CATCHMENT T. B. Kavitha
S. S. Shirahatti
P. Balakrishnan
S. S. Kumathe
M.S. Ayyanagowdar
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementTHE CHALLENGE OF AGRICULTURAL WATER CONSERVATION AND WATER DEMAND MANAGEMENT IN SOUTH AFRICA.Andrew Pott
Jason Hallowes
Gerhard Backeberg
Max Döckel
L. Nieuwoudt
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementWATER SOFT-PATH APPLICATION IN INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS: A PULP AND PAPER CASE STUDY Elizabeth Hendriks
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementDECISION TOOL TO EVALUATE AND PLAN WATER RESOURCES AT SOUK-AHRAS Samia Snani
Soumia Ouled Zaoui
Yassine Djebbar
Habib Abida
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementSPATIAL REDISTRIBUTION OF WATER RESOURCES IN A TUNISIAN SEMI-ARID CATCHMENT SUBJECT TO CONSERVATION WORKSGuillaume Lacombe
Christian Leduc
Bernard Cappelaere
Mohamed Ayachi
Monique Oi
Mohamed Kefi
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementPRIX DES SERVICES DE L’EAU EN ALGéRIE, UN OUTIL DE GESTION DURABLESofiane Boukhari
Yassine Djebbar
Abida Habib
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementINCREASING WATER USE EFFICIENCIES THROUGH PARTICIPATORY ON-FARM WATER MANAGEMENT STUDIESShahab Daneshvar
Farshid Morshedi
Faramarz Bakhtiyari
Alireza Shokoohi
Karim Shiati
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementSINGAPORE’S EXPERIENCE IN WATER DEMAND MANAGEMENTTay Teck Kiang
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementWATER MATTERS IN NEW ZEALAND: EXPLORING AND ARTICULATING SOCIAL VALUES Ann Winstanley
David Wood
Miria Lange
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementINSTITUTIONAL AND FINANCIAL REFORMS IN IRRIGATION IN INDIA: NEED FOR SYNCHRONIZATION Dr.Mamata Swain
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementCOMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF WATER QUALITY AND CURRENT INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS IN THE GREAT BARRIER REEF REGION OF AUSTRALIA Silva Larson
Samantha Stone-Jovicich
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementLES DéTERMINANTS DE L’ADOPTION DES TECHNIQUES D’éCONOMIE D’EAU D’ IRRIGATION EN TUNISIE Ayoub Fouzai
Mohamed Salah Bachta
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementMARKET-BASED WATER POLICIES AND THE SEARCH FOR ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND SUSTAINABILITY Antonio A. R. Ioris
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementGREYWATER USE IN MENA:A WATER SCARCITY ISSUE OR A POVERTY ALLEVIATION STRATEGY? ( SEE ALSO ABSTRACTS 531 AND 539 ) Marwan Owaygen
Mark Redwood
El-Fattal Lamia
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementINFLUENCES OF PUBLIC ECOLOGICAL AWARENESS AND PRICE ON POTABLE WATER CONSUMPTION IN THE GENEVA AREACatenazzo Giuseppe
Jennifer D'Urso
Emmmanuel Fragnière
Jean Tuberosa
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementSTRATéGIES éDUCATIVES POUR L’USAGE RESPONSABLE DE L’EAU EN ARGENTINEGuaragna
Carina
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementRESIDENTIAL WATER PRICE ELASTICITY AND FULL WATER COST ESTIMATION ACCORDING TO THE EUROPEAN WATER FRAMEWORK DIRECTIVENikitas Mylopoulos
C. Fafoutis
D. Vagiona
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementA SIMULATION AND SCENARIO TESTING OF CANAL IRRIGATION COOPERATIVES IN INDIA FOR FINANCIAL VIABILITY AND SUSTAINABILITYG.G.Koppa
D.P. Mishra
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementCAN WATER PRICING POLICIES REGULATE IRRIGATION USE?François Molle
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementAQUIFER STORAGE AND RECOVERY:John Ward
Peter Dillon
Agnes Grandgirard
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementRAINWATER TANKS IN SCHOOLS – LEARNING WATER CONSERVATION FROM THE CORRUGATED IRON SHEETSAmit Chanan
Gina Spyrakis
Isabelle Ghetti
Elisa Idris
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementINTEGRATED ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPACT OF A SMALL RESERVOIR ON LAND USE AND LIVELIHOOD IN BURKINA FASOKatrin Zitzmann
Quang Bao
Claudia Arntz
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementWATER SUPPLY: COSTS AND PERFORMANCE OF WATER UTILITIES. EVIDENCE FROM SWITZERLAND Andrea Baranzini
David Maradan
Anne-Kathrin Faust
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementANALYSIS OF THE PHYSICAL AND ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY IN AGRICULTURAL WATER USE IN THE RIO GRANDE RIVER BASIN, FOR PROMOTING WATER CONSERVATION MEASURESDr. Frank A. Ward
Macarena A. Dagnino
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementSITUACIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL-FINANCIAL AND SOCIAL FACTORS IN THE RIVER BASIN LERMA CHAPALA, FOR THE RECOVERY OF THE LEVELS OF THE LAKE OF CHAPALA.Rabindranarth Romero
Alfonso Olaiz
Alfredo Zavaleta
Miguel Angel Baltazar
René Álvarez
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementREVISTA HYDRIA, COMUNICATION FOR INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF WATERGabriela Samela
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementSTRATEGIES FOR URBAN DRAINAGE CHARGE IN PORTO ALEGRE – RS – BRAZILFrancisco rossarolla Forgiarini
Christopher Freire Souza
André Luiz Lopes da Silveira
Geraldo Lopes da Silveira
Carlos Eduardo Morelli Tucci
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementPILOT STUDY ON AGRICULTURAL WATER CONSERVATION AND EFFICIENCY MEASURESAbdel-Zaher Kamal Abdel-Razek
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementECOLOGICAL RECYCLING OF WASTEWATER FOR URBAN FOOD PRODUCTION
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementIRRIGATION WATER USE AND ITS EFFECTIVE EFFICIENCY IN PORTUGALNaim Haie
Rui Pereira
Gaspar Machado
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementTHE REVERSE SIDE ON THE RIVER MANAGEMENT IN THESE 60 YEARS IN JAPAN ~AS THE EXAMPLES OF THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE UPPER AND DOWNSTREAM PEOPLE ~ Yutaka Takahasi
Yoshiko Monma
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementLE RENFORCEMENT DES CAPACITES DE STOCKAGE : UNE GESTION A LA CRISE D’EAU A SKIKDA (EST ALGERIEN)
6. Water Conservation and Demand ManagementSOCIAL CONSTRAINTS TO AND INSTITUTIONAL SOLUTIONS FOR RURAL WOMEN’S PARTICIPATION IN NATURAL RESOURCE MANAGEMENTSanjeeta Singh Negi
Carol A Ready
Jivan S Negi
7. Financing Water DevelopmentCAN SMALLHOLDER FARMERS MEET THE FULL FINANCIAL COSTS OF IRRIGATION SERVICES?S. Perret
M. Geyser
7. Financing Water DevelopmentINTERNATIONAL INVESTMENTS IN THE WATER SECTOR: LAST DECADE ANALYSIS AND WAY FORWARD TOWARDS MDGSAlejandro Jiménez
A. Pérez-Foguet
7. Financing Water DevelopmentTHE BLUE REVOLUTION INITIATIVE: WHY A REGIONAL WATER PROGRAM FOR THE MIDDLE-EASTEric Viala
7. Financing Water DevelopmentFINANCING ACCESS TO WATER FOR ALL: WORLD WATER FORUM TO BE HELD IN ISTANBUL SHOULD PASS FROM WORDS TO ACTIONGülser Öztunali Kayir
7. Financing Water DevelopmentPRIVATE-PUBLIC PARTNERSHIP : A NUANCE, NUISANCE OR NECESSITY ?
8. Capacity BuildingFROM REVINDICATION TO PROPOSITION: CAPACITY BUILDING IN NEGOTIATION ABOUT WATER MANAGEMENT IN PERIURBAN AREAS. Raphaèle Ducrot
Vilma Barban
8. Capacity BuildingCAPACITY BUILDING IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES AS THE AFTERMATH OF NATURAL DISASTERSTadeusz Malkiewicz
8. Capacity BuildingTEACHING CANAL HYDRAULICS AND CONTROL USING A COMPUTER GAME OR A SCALE MODEL CANALPierre-Olivier Malaterre
David C. Rogers
8. Capacity BuildingIMPROVING FARMERS’ ADAPTIVE CAPACITY TO MANAGE WATER DYNAMICS THROUGH PARTICIPATORY AGENT-BASED MODELLING AND SIMULATION IN NORTHEAST THAILAND W. Naivinit
Guy Trébuil
Manitchara Thongnoi
Christophe Le Page
8. Capacity BuildingSTRATEGIC COMMUNICATION IN WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: BUILDING COMMUNITY CAPACITIES FOR GREATER SUSTAINABILITY O. P. Singh
8. Capacity BuildingCAPACITY BUILDING PROGRAMMES FOR EFFECTIVE TRANSBOUNDARY WATER MANAGEMENTAnton Earle
Cecilia Martinsen
Peter Qwist-Hoffmann
Klas Sandström
Daniel Malzbenderv
Joan Kariuki
8. Capacity BuildingSYSTèME D’INFORMATION SCIENTIFIQUE ET TECHNIQUE EN MATIèRE DE GESTION INTéGRéE DES RESSOURCES EN EAU EN AFRIQUE DE L’OUESTAbou Amani
8. Capacity BuildingCAPACITY DEVELOPMENT IN IWRM THROUGH E-LEARNING – EXPERIENCES OF WATER VIRTUAL LEARNING CENTRE AT AIT, THAILANDMukand S. Babel
Velma I. Grover
Devesh Sharma
Shahriar Md. Wahid
8. Capacity BuildingUNE DéMARCHE PéDAGOGIQUE à L’APPUI D’éCHANGES D’EXPéRIENCES SUD-SUD : LES STAGES COLLECTIFS DU PROJET SIRMAJ Poncet
M Kuper
S Bouarfa
8. Capacity BuildingFLOODS FORECASTING AND WARNING OPERATIONS ENHANCEMENT BY GRID TECHNOLOGY ADOPTION IN CIVIL PROTECTION ORGANIZATIONVincent Thierion
Pierre-Alain Ayral
Sophie Sauvagnargues-Lesage
François Bressand
Philippe Nardin
Roberto Sorani
6. Non-conventional sources of waterMISE EN PLACE D’INDICATEURS DE GIRE PAR APPROCHE MANAGéRIALE Jacques Rey (LIV Consulting)
Rui Silva
Florence Ardorino (ECOWAS)
Hervé Lévite (IPTRID)
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