Water and Development: Some Select Aspects

Edited by : Catherine M. Marquette,

Christian Michelsen Institute, Development Studies and Human Rights, Norway

Water and Development: Some Select Aspects

Catherine M. Marquette, Christian Michelsen Institute, Development Studies and Human Rights, Norway
Silje Vatne Pettersen, Division for Social and Demographic Research, Norway

1. Impact of Climate Change and Vulnerability Assessment on Water Resources

Yaw Opoku Ankoma, Ghana

2. Water and Environment Interaction

Kwane A. Koranteng, Marine Fisheries Research Division, Ghana

Charles A. Biney, Ghana

Environmental Management, Water Quality and Availability

James Hawkins Ephrain

Water and Environmental Interactions

Charles A. Biney, Ghana

Aquatic Ecosystems

Rose Emma Mamaa Entsua-Mansah, Water Research Institute, Ghana

The Dublin Principals: Institutional and Legal Arrangements for Integrated Water Resource Management

Miguel Solanes, Global Water Partnership, Chile

Fernando Gonzalez-Villarreal, Global Water Partnership, Chile

3. Water, Agriculture and Food Interactions

Wulf Klohn, FAO-AGL, Italy

Water Management Issues in Drylands in the Twenty-First Century

Peter Beaumont, University of Wales, UK

Integrated Water Quality and Quantity Management

B.M. Sahni, Water and Land Management Institute, India

Best Management Practices to Reduce Water Pollution: The Case of Mariculture

Denise L. Stanley, Department of Economics, California State University, Fullerton, USA

Food and Water Demand and Supply in 2025

Charlotte de Fraiture, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka

David Molden, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

Upali Amarasinghe, International Water Management Institute, Sri Lanka

Institutional Requirements for Effective Water Management

Douglas James Merrey, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

Douglas Lynn Vermillion, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

Tushaar Shah, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

4. Water and Sustainable Development: A Southern Perspective

Anthony R. Turton, African Water Issues Research Unit (AWIRU), Department of Political Sciences, Pretoria

University, South Africa

Valuation of Water: Options for Sustainable Development in the Developing Countries

Mamta Borgoyary, Resource Unit for Participatory Forestry (RUPFOR), Winrock International India, India

Water and Conflict

Leif Ohlsson, Department of Peace and Development Research, University of G?teborg, Sweden

Water and Sustainability in Mexico City

Haydea Izazola, Department of Methods and Systems. Sciences and Arts for Design, Universidad Autonnoma

Metropolitana-Xochimilco, Mexico

Irrigation, Domestic Water Supply and Human Health

Willem van der Hoek, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

Eline Boelee, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

Flemming Konradsen, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Sri Lanka

Contributions of Women in the United States in the Field of Water Resources

Rita Schmidt Sudman, Water Education Foundation, USA



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