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Brochure on Water-PRESPA

The area of land that catches precipitation and drains it to a water body (river, lake) is called a basin. It can range in size from a few hectares to thousands of square kilometers. In a watershed the human activities on land and what happens to water and subsequently to the organisms that use water are interconnected. Thus, a basin-wide approach is the key to successful water management.

1537: Integrated Ecosystem Management in the Prespa Lakes Basin of Albania, FYR-Macedonia and Greece

02 Nov 2012


Brochure on Water-PRESPA.pdf