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ALFA lessons in rural Europe: Combining flood management, farming and forestry [Presentation]
Stam, J.-M. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Making room for water, Session DD 2.2: 7 ALFA lessons in rural Europe: Combining flood management, farming and forestry, Dr. Jean-Marie Stam, Rijkswaterstaat Room for the River, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the Intern ...
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A compensation mechanism for flood protection services on farmland [Presentation]
Weikard, H.-P. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Making room for water, Session DD 2.2: A compensation mechanism for flood protection services on farmland, Hans-Peter Weikard, Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the International Conference Deltas in ...
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Soft flood risk management: impact in delta’s around the world [Presentation]
Wesselink, A. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Making room for water, Session DD 2.2: Soft flood risk management: Impact in delta’s around the world, Dr. Anna Wesselink, University of Twente, the Netherlands (2014). Presented at the International Conference Deltas in Time ...
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Creating space for change: Managed realignment and flood risk reduction in low-lying coastal areas [Presentation]
Esteves, L.S. \ 2014
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Making room for water, Session DD 2.2: Creating space for change: Managed realignment and flood risk reduction in low-lying coastal areas, Luciana S. Esteves, Bournemouth University, United Kingdom (2014). Presented at the In ...
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Aquifers as a storage and reaction vessel: a cure-all for climate change? [Presentation]
Stuyfzand, P. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Fresh water availability under sea level rise and climate change, Session DD 2.2: Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries. Aquifers as a storage and reaction vessel: a cure-all for climate change? Prof.dr. ...
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Integrated policies are a must to face future water scarcity in Egypt [Presentation]
Wolters, W. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Fresh water availability under sea level rise and climate change, Session DD 2.2: Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries. Integrated policies are a must to face future water scarcity in Egypt, Wouter Wolt ...
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Mapping defunct channels in the Nile delta and their impact on the groundwater [Presentation]
Bastawesy, M. El \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Fresh water availability under sea level rise and climate change, Session DD 2.2: Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries. Mapping defunct channels in the Nile delta and their impact on the groundwater, Dr ...
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Promotion of alternative water options in the coastal zone of Bangladesh [Presentation]
Marmun, Z. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Fresh water availability under sea level rise and climate change, Session DD 2.2: Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries. Promotion of alternative water options in the coastal zone of Bangladesh, Zahidul ...
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Salinity and livelihood in a Bangladesh village [Presentation]
Rahman, A. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Fresh water availability under sea level rise and climate change, Session DD 2.2: Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries. Salinity and livelihood in a Bangladesh village, Dr. Ashiqur Rahman (2010). Presen ...
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Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries [Brochure]
2010
Meeting report, Deltas in Depth Theme 2: Fresh water availability under sea level rise and climate change, Session DD 2.2: Fresh water supply and salinisation in developing countries (2010). International conference Deltas in Times of Climate Change, ...
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