Addressing California's Uncertain Water Future by Coordinating Long-Term Land Use and Water Planning: Is a Water Element in the General Plan the Next Step?
- A methodology for dealing with regional change in integrated water resources management. Schanze, Jochen; Trümper, Johanna; Burmeister, Cornelia; Pavlik, Dirk; Kruhlov, Ivan // Environmental Earth Sciences;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p1405
The paper presents a methodology on how to consistently deal with the future change and management options in integrated water resources management (IWRM). It is based on a conceptual framework with a five step procedure for the formulation and analysis of a so-called 'parameterised regional...
- The IWAS-ToolBox: Software coupling for an integrated water resources management. Kalbacher, Thomas; Delfs, Jens-Olaf; Shao, Haibing; Wang, Wenqing; Walther, Marc; Samaniego, Luis; Schneider, Christoph; Kumar, Rohini; Musolff, Andreas; Centler, Florian; Sun, Feng; Hildebrandt, Anke; Liedl, Rudolf; Borchardt, Dietrich; Krebs, Peter; Kolditz, Olaf // Environmental Earth Sciences;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p1367
Numerical modeling of interacting flow and transport processes between different hydrological compartments, such as the atmosphere/land surface/vegetation/soil/groundwater systems, is essential for understanding the comprehensive processes, especially if quantity and quality of water resources...
- Challenges of an integrated water resource management for the Distrito Federal, Western Central Brazil: climate, land-use and water resources. Lorz, C.; Abbt-Braun, G.; Bakker, F.; Borges, P.; Börnick, H.; Fortes, L.; Frimmel, F.; Gaffron, A.; Hebben, N.; Höfer, R.; Makeschin, F.; Neder, K.; Roig, L.; Steiniger, B.; Strauch, M.; Walde, D.; Weiß, H.; Worch, E.; Wummel, J. // Environmental Earth Sciences;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p1575
Land-use/cover change (LUCC) and climate change are major controlling factors for water resources in the Distrito Federal in Western Central Brazil. Dynamic LUCC in the region has severe impacts on water resources, while climate changes during the last three decades is thought to have only...
- How to assess hydromorphology? A comparison of Ukrainian and German approaches. Scheifhacken, Nicole; Haase, Ulrike; Gram-Radu, Lesya; Kozovyi, Roman; Berendonk, Thomas // Environmental Earth Sciences;Mar2012, Vol. 65 Issue 5, p1483
Recently, the Ukrainian Western Bug water authorities developed a national field survey to assess the quality of river habitats. The Ukrainian government already cooperates with EU member states along transboundary rivers and also orientates itself towards the European Water Framework Directive...
- WHOSE WATER IS IT? SANDALACK, BEVERLY A.; URIBE, FRANCISCO ALANIZ // Landscapes/Paysages;Winter2014, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p38
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- CAPACIDADES INSTITUCIONALES PARA LA GESTIÃ“N DEL AGUA FRENTE AL DESAFÃO DEL CAMBIO CLIMÃTICO EN A.L. Dourojeanni, Axel C. // Agro Enfoque;sep2011, Vol. 24 Issue 178, p10
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- Tucson needs rational approach to water issue. // Inside Tucson Business;08/23/99, Vol. 9 Issue 22, p4
Urges Tucson, Arizona government and citizens to look at the water dilemma as a real public health and safety issue and not as a political tool for a few individuals. Citizen Alliance for Water Security's (CAWS) use of the issue to advance self-interests; Opposition of CAWS to the use of...
- Initiative would compound Tucson's water problems. Dusenberry, Katie // Inside Tucson Business;10/16/95, Vol. 5 Issue 29, p5
Opinion. Focuses on the disadvantages of approving a water resource development initiative by Central Arizona Project in Tucson, Arizona. Reliance of the city on groundwater; Uselessness of the processed water for municipal purposes; Difficulties in recharging groundwater.
- Sensible solution to water crisis. Jewett, Stephen E. // Inside Tucson Business;09/29/97, Vol. 7 Issue 27, p4
Editorial. Supports the Central Arizona Project water resources development project as a solution to an impending water crisis in Tucson, Arizona. Effects of introducing fish species in the water project; Possibility of scarce rainfall in coming seasons.