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by christian — last modified Mar 07, 2007 11:47 AM
Tumen River Strategic Action Program Interactive Environmental Mapping System by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2010 09:33 PM
Environmental Map List includes: Daurain Steppe Zone, Mongolian Plateau Zone, Supra Regional Zone, Tumen River Basin Zone.
Caspian Environment Programme; Data and Information Management by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2010 10:44 AM
This CD contains selected products prepared within the framework of the Data and Information Management activity of the Caspian Environment Programme: *CEP Web site (truncated) * Caspian Sea Data Inventory (draft) * Base map of the Caspian Sea GIS * Caspi
Black Sea Geographic Information System by cngori — last modified Mar 04, 2010 12:30 PM
The CD-ROM contains a recently developed Geographic Information System (GIS) covering the large-scale region of the Black Sea. This system has been created existing and recently obtained data from a wide range of national and international data sources. E
Presentations from Universities Partnership for Transboundary Waters Stakeholder Participation Workshop by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2010 07:57 PM
THE WATER CYCLE by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2007 11:47 AM
"The U.S. Geological Survey has produced a diagram describing the water cycle, in 33 languages."
Groundwater eNews by cngori — last modified Sep 09, 2013 08:43 AM
Groundwater eNews, an e-mail newsletter, is published more frequently. All news items included in News and Information are also included in Groundwater eNews, at least in summary form, but eNews also contains late breaking and more immediate news items.
WL | Delft Hydraulics Software by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2010 09:48 PM
WL | Delft Hydraulics is well-known for its experimental facilities and its software. Our own experts as well as our clients apply our software products world-wide in a great variety of commercial projects and research studies. This has resulted in in-depth knowledge and much expertise in an extensive field of applications. With our combined computer and experimental resources, we are able to develop, validate, continuously expand and improve the software itself and the embedded process formulations. This unique combination guarantees continuous, thorough and high-quality support of our software and its users.
Good Modelling Practise [for water management] by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2010 03:06 PM
The Institute for Inland Water Management and Wastewater Treatment (RWS/RIZA) has taken the initiative to facilitate quality assurance (QA) in modelling and simulation. In a period of 7 months the project team has produced a handbook of Good Modelling Practice. At first the project team defined the requirements to such a handbook and explored the experiences, guidelines and documents on GMP at several research institutes and in literature. Subsequent a ontology (i.e. shared body of knowledge) on modelling and simulation has been developed. A major part of the handbook consists of a survey of common problems and pitfalls, both on a general and on a model type dependent level. The present version of the handbook has been tested by inexperienced modellers (students) and experienced modellers and model users from the participating institutes.
Water Science Glossary of Terms by cngori — last modified Mar 07, 2010 09:48 PM
Here's a list of water-related terms that might help you understand our site better. It is compiled from a number of sources and should not be considered an "official" U.S. Geological Survey water glossary. A detailed water glossary is kept by the Water Quality Association, and an extremely detailed water dictionary is offered by the Nevada Division of Water Planning).
International Freshwater Treaties Database by cngori — last modified Sep 09, 2013 08:42 AM
A searchable database of summaries and/or the full text of more than 400 international, freshwater-related agreements, covering the years 1820 to 2002. Documents are coded by the basin and countries involved, date signed, treaty topic, allocation measures, conflict resolution mechanisms, and non-water linkages. Both English and non-English language agreements are included. Where available, translations to English of non-English language documents are provided.
Good Modelling Practise for Water Managmement by soraiya — last modified Mar 07, 2010 03:06 PM
The Institute for Inland Water Management and Wastewater Treatment (RWS/RIZA) has taken the initiative to facilitate quality assurance (QA) in modelling and simulation. In a period of 7 months the project team has produced a handbook of Good Modelling Practice. At first the project team defined the requirements to such a handbook and explored the experiences, guidelines and documents on GMP at several research institutes and in literature. Subsequent a ontology (i.e. shared body of knowledge) on modelling and simulation has been developed. A major part of the handbook consists of a survey of common problems and pitfalls, both on a general and on a model type dependent level. The present version of the handbook has been tested by inexperienced modellers (students) and experienced modellers and model users from the participating institutes.
FileInternationally Shared (Transboundary) Aquifer Resources Management: Their Significance and Sustainable Management, A Framework Document by admin — last modified Mar 07, 2010 07:04 PM
The purpose of this document is to summarise the current understanding of transboundary aquifers, demonstrate their significance in water resource management and to highlight the fact that as yet there is very little international experience in the approaches needed for their shared management. Unlike transboundary surface water and river basins, transboundary aquifers are not well known to policy makers. Present International Law does not adequately address the issues concerning spatial flow of ground waters and has limited application in conditions where impacts from neighbouring countries can be subtle to develop. Scientific correlation of the hydrogeology of such aquifers is often deficient and issues related to shared, sustainable production remain blurred because of poorly developed institutions and a lack of capacity and awareness. The ISARM Programme seeks to address these issues.
FileGlobal Environment Facility (GEF) by admin — last modified Mar 26, 2012 09:25 AM
The Global Environment Facility forges international cooperation and finances actions to address six critical threats to the global environment: biodiversity loss, climate change, degradation of international waters, ozone depletion, land degradation, and persistent organic pollutants (POPs). The GEF has allocated $4 billion in grants and leveraged an additional $12 billion in co-financing from other sources to support more than 1,000 projects in over 140 developing nations and countries with economies in transition. In August 2002, 32 donor nations pledged nearly $3 billion to fund the work of the GEF for the next four years. GEF brings together 173 member governments, working in partnership with the private sector, NGOs, and international institutions to address complex environmental issues while supporting national sustainable development initiatives.
FileCWC project: Next stop Tbilisi (Francesca Bernardini) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Objectives: Strengthen the capacity of transboundary water management in EECCA Facilitate exchange of experience and improve cooperation and coordination Establish, maintain and strengthen a network of EECCA experts Make recommendations for future action, taking into account the outcome of the previous workshops Contribute to the assessment report on the status of transboundary waters in the UNECE region.
FilePublic Participation in Ukraine Svetlana Slesarenok) - Powerpoint - 40kb by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Ukranian Version.
FilePublic Participation in transboundary issues in the Republic of Moldova (Ilya Trombitsky) - Powerpoint - 100kb (Russian) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Russian Version.
FilePublic Participation in transboundary issues in the Republic of Moldova (Ilya Trombitsky) - Powerpoint - 70kb by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Three big international conferences were organized during last years to attract attention of politicians, scientists, water users to the Dniester River environmental problems.
FileParticipatory approaches towards water management: transboundary cooperation in the River Lielupe (Latvia/Lithuania) - (Kristina Veidemane) - Powerpoint - 4.6mb by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
GOAL OF THE BEF: Networking of different stakeholders by enhancing co-operation and capacity building on environmental management: Vertical cooperation: international, Baltic Sea region, national, local Horizontal cooperation – different interest groups.
FilePublic participation experience in Central Asia (Ulzhan Kanzhigalina) - Powerpoint - 400kb (Russian) by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
Russian Version.
FilePublic participation experience in Central Asia (Ulzhan Kanzhigalina) - Powerpoint - 370kb by admin — last modified Feb 29, 2012 08:25 AM
OBJECTIVES: Support and promote community initiatives in participatory problem solving. Create local entities that can sustainably support, promote community development initiatives and protect citizens' interests.
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