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Demarcación Hidrográfica de Guadalete Barbate

Spanish website with a lot of info on the Guadalete http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/medioambiente/site/portalweb/menuitem.7e1cf46ddf59bb227a9ebe205510e1ca/?vgnextoid=88bc3adc6c46a310VgnVCM2000000624e50aRCRD&vgnextchannel=aae1a73821d3f310VgnVCM2000000624e50aRCRD

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Assessment of the ecological state of the Guadalete River, Andalucía, Spain

Report made by students water management 2012-2013 Ecological assessment of guadalete river, spain 2012 from Henk Massink You can download the report by…….. needs to be added. I still have to make a link for downloading the report. Will be

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Protocols for Mapping and Characterizing Land Use/Land Cover in Riparian Zones

Authors:  Michaela R. Johnson and Ronald B. Zelt Abstract: Protocols for mapping and characterizing land-use/landcover (LULC) features in the riparian zone are presented in this report. The protocols are documented for use by the U.S. Geological Survey’s National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) Program. At each

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Institutional and policy analysis of river basin management

Authors: William Blomquist, Consuelo Giansante, Anjali Bhat, Karin Kemper Abstract: In this paper major stakeholders in the Guadalquivir delta are exemplified. Also the vision of some of the stakeholders is explained. Source:  World Bank Policy Research Working Paper 3526, February

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Erosion in Mediterranean landscapes: Changes and future challenges

Authors:  José M. García-Ruiza, Estela Nadal-Romerob, Noemí Lana-Renault, Santiago Beguería Abstract:  Intense erosion processes are widespread in the Mediterranean region, and include sheet wash erosion, rilling, gullying, shallow landsliding, and the development of large and active badlands in both subhumid

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Management trends and responses to water scarcity in an irrigation scheme of Southern Spain

Authors:  M. Garcıa-Vila, I.J. Lorite, M.A. Soriano, E. Fereres Abstract: Improvement of irrigation management in areas subjected to periods of water scarcity requires good knowledge of system performance over long time periods. We have conducted a study aimed at characterizing

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Policy, politics, and water management in the Guadalquivir River Basin, Spain

Authors: Anjali Bhat, William Blomquist Abstract: Among countries with river basin organizations to manage their water resources, Spain’s experience is one of the longest. One of the first basin agencies established in Spain was for the Guadalquivir River in the

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The water footprint of a river basin with a special focus on groundwater: The case of Guadalquivir basin (Spain)

Authors:  Aurélien Dumont, Gloria Salmoral, M. Ramón Llamas Abstract: In addition to revealing the hidden link between products or consumption patterns of populations and their needs in terms of water resources, the water footprint (WF) indicator generates new debates and

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Water trade in Andalusia. Virtual water: An alternative way to manage water use

Authors:  Esther Velázquez Abstract: The main idea of this paper is to analyse the relationships between the productive process and the commercial trade with water resources used by them. For that, the first goal is to find out, by means

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Assessment of Productive Efficiency in Irrigated Areas of Andalusia

Authors:  Noelina Rodríguez-Ferrero, Manuel Salas-Velasco, María Teresa Sánchez-Martínez Abstract:  Expansionist policies in irrigation in Andalusia have led to an intensive use of water, which has depleted rivers and aquifers and led to high added costs in terms of hidden subsidies

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