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Preserving and adapting functions to limited fresh water supply [Monograph]
Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2010
For agriculture/horticulture and nature, adaptation to decreasing fresh water availability is crucial in the growing seasons. Rainfall becomes concentrated in fewer, but heavier showers, the inlet of good quality water from main water courses will be ...
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Water technology as a tool box for self-sufficient regional water supply [Monograph]
Stuyfzand, P.J. \ 2010
Climate change projections for the Netherlands reveal the risk of periodic shortage of fresh water supply in the future (Loaiciga et al., 1996). During periods of summer drought various parts of the Dutch coastal zone will heavily depend on surface w ...
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Decision making under uncertainty : towards an approach for finding robust and flexible fresh water supply strategies [Monograph]
Thissen, W.A.H. \ 2010
The central aim of the proposed research in this work package is to develop and test tools, and to design guidelines for dealing with the typical uncertainties policy makers have to face when considering longterm policy planning for fresh water suppl ...
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Applying knowledge in case studies [Monograph]
Thissen, W.A.H. \ 2010
In work package 6 we aim to identify viable adaptation strategies built upon scientific knowledge from WP-1-5 and practical experience in freshwater resources management. These strategies should consist of a mix of measures and interventions that aim ...
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Effects of climate change on coastal groundwater systems : a modeling study in the Netherlands \ Water resources research [Scientific article]
Oude Essink, G.H.P. \ Baaren, E.S. van \ Louw, P.G.B. de \ 2010
Nearly one third of the Netherlands lies below mean sea level, and the land surface is still subsiding up to 1 m per century. This densely populated delta region, where fresh groundwater resources are used intensively for domestic, agricultural, and ...
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Climate proof fresh water supply [Brochure]
Beek, E. van \ Jeuken, A. \ 2010
Climate change will affect the supply of fresh water to the population and to economic sectors in many deltas around the world. Also the Netherlands will have to adapt to a growing mismatch between water demand and supply. The central issue is: what ...
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Assessment of soil salinisation risks under irrigation with brackish water in the semi-arid Tunisia [Poster]
Fethi, B. \ Akissa, B. \ Ronny, B. \ Rozema, J. \ Zee, S. van der \ 2010
In semiarid Tunisia, based on the findings related to the soil and groundwater properties, soil salinisation factors were identified and soil salinisation risk map were elaborated. This map is appreciated by both land planners and farmers to make app ...
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Stochastic risk analysis of soil and ground water salinity in river delta areas [Poster]
Shah, S.H.H. \ Rinaldo, A. \ Rozema, J. \ Zee, S.E.A.T.M. van der \ 2010
In deltaic areas worldwide, groundwater salinity is a problem. Replenishment of water in the rootzone (upper soil layer) by saline groundwater leads to salinity problems, that may be irreversible. Our aim is to avoid salinity problems, taking into ac ...
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Perspective of saline agriculture for deltas in times of changing climate : adaptation to dry and saline conditions in a warming world: crop cultivation exploitating brackish water and preserving fresh water [Poster]
Rozema, J. \ 2010
Salinization in the Dutch delta due to global climate warming threatens conventional agriculture. Measures to combat salinization require vast amounts of fresh water at high costs. Fresh water from lake IJsselmeer and Markermeer is used to flush sali ...
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Scientific aspects [Fact sheet]
2010
Factsheet about the scientific research for Knowledge for Climate Theme 3: Climate Adaptation for Rural arEas (CARE), with the central aim to assess the effects of climate change and adaptive strategies (i.e. sets of concrete adaptation measures) on ...
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Experiences in regional cross border co-operation in river management : comparing three cases at the Dutch–German border \ Water resources management : an international journal [Scientific article]
Wiering, M. \ Verwijmeren, J. \ Lulofs, K. \ Feld, C. \ 2010
Cross border co-operation is increasingly viewed as an obvious and logical consequence of an integrated perspective on river management. Consequently, we would expect an increase of cross border co-operation and collaboration in EU member states, thr ...
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WP6 Comparative analysis [Poster]
Knowledge of Climate \ 2010
Adaptation poses several governance choices. Decisions have to be made about the exact definition of the problem, the level at which action takes place, when to act and when to wait, which modes and instruments to apply , how to distribute costs and ...
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The Delta city perspective of the Pearl river delta [Presentation]
Xiong, L. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 5: Competing claims and land use in deltas under climate change, Session PDD 5.2: Generating and evaluating potential solutions. The Delta city perspective of the Pearl river delta, Liang Xiong, Delft University of Technology, t ...
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Climate adaptation, urban management and economic effects in delta cities [Presentation]
Pol, P. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.3: The economics of climate adaptation. Climate adaptation, urban management and economic effects in delta cities, Dr. Peter Pol, Erasmus University, the Netherland ...
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Climate change effects on inland waterways transport: a literature survey [Presentation]
Jonkeren, O. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.3: The economics of climate adaptation. Climate change effects on inland waterways transport: a literature survey, dr. Olaf Jonkeren, VU University, the Netherlands ...
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Climate induced risks in coastal areas: governing public and private adaptation [Presentation]
Filatova, T. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.3: The economics of climate adaptation. Climate induced risks in coastal areas: governing public and private adaptation, Dr. Tatian Filatova, Deltares, the Netherla ...
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Infrastructure and ecosystems – part of the same toolkit for climate adaptation? [Presentation]
Eijk, P. van \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.3: The economics of climate adaptation. Infrastructure and ecosystems – part of the same toolkit for climate adaptation? Dr. Pieter van Eijk, Wetlands International ...
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Adaptation to climate variability: the role of past experience and institutions in Mali, Ethiopia [Presentation]
Ruijs, A. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.1: The governance of climate adaptation: international comparison. Adaptation to climate variability: the role of past experience and institutions in Mali, Ethiopia ...
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Adaptive water legislation What can the Dutch learn from the United Kingdom [Presentation]
Jong, P. de \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.2: Regional strategies of climate adaptation: concepts and Dutch examples. Taboos for climate adaptation in the Netherlands, Job van den Berg, DHV BV, the Netherlan ...
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The policy context of adaptation decision making in The Netherlands Delta region [Presentation]
Werners, S. \ Slobbe, E. van \ Groot, A. \ 2010
Deltas in Depth Theme 6: Governance and economics of climate adaptation, Session DD 6.2: Regional strategies of climate adaptation: concepts and Dutch examples. The policy context of adaptation decision making in The Netherlands Delta region, Dr. Sas ...
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