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2013 - 2016

Current editor(s): James Nickum, Philippus Wester, Remy Kinna, Xueliang Cai, Yoram Eckstein, Naho Mirumachi and Cecilia Tortajada

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Volume 41, issue 3, 2016

Introduction pp. 325-329 Downloads
David B. Brooks, James E. Nickum, Anthony Turton and Surina Esterhuyse
Untying the Gordian Knot: unintended consequences of water policy for the gold mining industry in South Africa pp. 330-350 Downloads
Anthony Turton
Mine site water-reporting practices, groundwater take and governance frameworks in the Hunter Valley coalfield, Australia pp. 351-370 Downloads
Wendy Timms and Cameron Holley
Non-discrimination and liability for transboundary acid mine drainage pollution of South Africa’s rivers: could the UN Watercourses Convention open Pandora’s mine? pp. 371-391 Downloads
Rémy Kinna
A pilot study of the Social Water Assessment Protocol in a mining region of Ghana pp. 392-408 Downloads
Anastasia N. Danoucaras, Alidu Babatu Adam, Kathryn Sturman, Nina K. Collins and Alan Woodley
Unconventional oil and gas extraction in South Africa: water linkages within the population--environment--development nexus and its policy implications pp. 409-425 Downloads
Surina Esterhuyse, Nola Redelinghuys and Marthie Kemp
Lessons from Yanacocha: assessing mining impacts on hydrological systems and water distribution in the Cajamarca region, Peru pp. 426-446 Downloads
Diana Vela-Almeida, Froukje Kuijk, Guido Wyseure and Nicolas Kosoy
Disputes over land and water rights in gold mining: the case of Cerro de San Pedro, Mexico pp. 447-467 Downloads
Didi Stoltenborg and Rutgerd Boelens
Mining and campesino engagement: an opportunity for integrated water resources management in Ancash, Peru pp. 468-482 Downloads
Robert Patrick and Lalita Bharadwaj
Questioning the effectiveness of planned conflict resolution strategies in water disputes between rural communities and mining companies in Peru pp. 483-500 Downloads
Milagros Sosa and Margreet Zwarteveen

Volume 41, issue 2, 2016

Bringing water markets down to Chile’s Atacama Desert pp. 191-212 Downloads
Manuel Prieto
A method to assess hydrological drought in semi-arid environments and its application to the Jaguaribe River basin, Brazil pp. 213-230 Downloads
José Carlos de Araújo and Axel Bronstert
Characterizing local water governance structure in the Philippines: results of the water managers’ 2013 survey pp. 231-250 Downloads
Agnes C. Rola, Corazon L. Abansi, Rosalie Arcala-Hall and Joy C. Lizada
Telecoupling in urban water systems: an examination of Beijing’s imported water supply pp. 251-270 Downloads
Jillian M. Deines, Xiao Liu and Jianguo Liu
Eco-compensation for watershed services in China pp. 271-289 Downloads
Huijie Wang, Zhanfeng Dong, Yuan Xu and Chazhong Ge
A Bayesian method to support global out-scaling of water-efficient rice technologies from pilot project areas pp. 290-307 Downloads
Jorge E. Rubiano M., Simon Cook, Maya Rajasekharan and Boru Douthwaite
Slums and informal housing in India: a critical look at official statistics with regard to water and sanitation pp. 308-324 Downloads
K. Christ, K. Baier and R. Azzam

Volume 41, issue 1, 2016

Hydrosocial territories: a political ecology perspective pp. 1-14 Downloads
Rutgerd Boelens, Jaime Hoogesteger, Erik Swyngedouw, Jeroen Vos and Philippus Wester
Disputes over territorial boundaries and diverging valuation languages: the Santurban hydrosocial highlands territory in Colombia pp. 15-36 Downloads
Bibiana Duarte-Abadía and Rutgerd Boelens
Virtual water trade and the contestation of hydrosocial territories pp. 37-53 Downloads
Jeroen Vos and Leonith Hinojosa
From Spain’s hydro-deadlock to the desalination fix pp. 54-73 Downloads
Erik Swyngedouw and Joe Williams
Democratizing discourses: conceptions of ownership, autonomy and ‘the state’ in Nicaragua’s rural water governance pp. 74-90 Downloads
Sarah T. Romano
Territorial pluralism: water users’ multi-scalar struggles against state ordering in Ecuador’s highlands pp. 91-106 Downloads
Jaime Hoogesteger, Rutgerd Boelens and Michiel Baud
Diverging realities: how framing, values and water management are interwoven in the Albufera de Valencia wetland in Spain pp. 107-124 Downloads
Mieke Hulshof and Jeroen Vos
Water scarcity and the exclusionary city: the struggle for water justice in Lima, Peru pp. 125-139 Downloads
Antonio A. R. Ioris
PES hydrosocial territories: de-territorialization and re-patterning of water control arenas in the Andean highlands pp. 140-156 Downloads
Jean Carlo Rodríguez-de-Francisco and Rutgerd Boelens
Inclusive recognition politics and the struggle over hydrosocial territories in two Bolivian highland communities pp. 157-172 Downloads
Miriam Seemann
Adjudicating hydrosocial territory in New Mexico pp. 173-188 Downloads
Eric P. Perramond

Volume 40, issue 7, 2015

The relevance of international water law to later-developing upstream states pp. 949-968 Downloads
Mark Zeitoun
Good transboundary water governance in the 2015 Sustainable Development Goals: a legal perspective pp. 969-983 Downloads
Mallory Orme, Zoë Cuthbert, Francesco Sindico, Julie Gibson and Renice Bostic
A framework to assess plan implementation maturity with an application to flood management in Vietnam pp. 984-1003 Downloads
Ho Long Phi, Leon M. Hermans, Wim J.A.M. Douven, Gerardo E. Van Halsema and Malik Fida Khan
Impact of planned water resource development on current and future water demand in the Koshi River basin, Nepal pp. 1004-1020 Downloads
Pennan Chinnasamy, Luna Bharati, Utsav Bhattarai, Ambika Khadka, Vaskar Dahal and Shahriar Wahid
Water conflicts in tropical watersheds: hydroeconomic simulations of water sharing policies between upstream small private irrigators and downstream large public irrigation schemes in Burkina Faso pp. 1021-1039 Downloads
Baba A. Rivaldo Kpadonou, Bruno Barbier, Joost Wellens, Elie Sauret and B. V. C. Adolphe Zangré
Changing to more efficient irrigation technologies in southern Alberta (Canada): an empirical analysis pp. 1040-1058 Downloads
Jinxia Wang, K. K. Klein, Henning Bjornlund, Lijuan Zhang and Wencui Zhang
Water productivity and water footprints are not helpful in determining optimal water allocations or efficient management strategies pp. 1059-1070 Downloads
Dennis Wichelns
Amit Gross, Adi Maimon, Yuval Alfiya, and Eran Friedler, Greywater reuse pp. 1071-1074 Downloads
Ryan H. Lee
Emma S. Norman Governing transboundary waters: Canada, the United States, and indigenous communities pp. 1074-1077 Downloads
David B. Brooks

Volume 40, issue 5-6, 2015

Sustainability in the water-energy-food nexus pp. 723-732 Downloads
Anik Bhaduri, Claudia Ringler, Ines Dombrowski, Rabi Mohtar and Waltina Scheumann
The impact of water users' associations on the productivity of irrigated agriculture in Pakistani Punjab pp. 733-747 Downloads
Dawit Mekonnen, Hira Channa and Claudia Ringler
Water-energy-food (WEF) Nexus Tool 2.0: guiding integrative resource planning and decision-making pp. 748-771 Downloads
Bassel T. Daher and Rabi H. Mohtar
Bioenergy, food security and poverty reduction: trade-offs and synergies along the water-energy-food security nexus pp. 772-790 Downloads
Alisher Mirzabaev, Dawit Guta, Jann Goedecke, Varun Gaur, Jan Börner, Detlef Virchow, Manfred Denich and Joachim von Braun
Application of a water-energy-food nexus framework for the Duero river basin in Spain pp. 791-808 Downloads
Beatriz Mayor, Elena López-Gunn, Fermín I. Villarroya and Esperanza Montero
Reuse of oil and gas produced water in south-eastern New Mexico: resource assessment, treatment processes, and policy pp. 809-823 Downloads
Enid J. Sullivan Graham, Anne C. Jakle and F. David Martin
Water-energy-food nexus in a transboundary context: the Euphrates-Tigris river basin as a case study pp. 824-838 Downloads
Aysegül Kibaroglu and Sezin Iba Gürsoy
Water-food-energy nexus in Chile: the challenges due to global change in different regional contexts pp. 839-855 Downloads
Francisco J. Meza, Sebastian Vicuna, Jorge Gironás, David Poblete, Francisco Suárez and Melanie Oertel
How would the Rogun Dam affect water and energy scarcity in Central Asia? pp. 856-876 Downloads
Maksud Bekchanov, Claudia Ringler, Anik Bhaduri and Marc Jeuland
Governance of transitions towards sustainable development - the water-energy-food nexus in Cyprus pp. 877-894 Downloads
Johannes Halbe, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Manfred A. Lange and Christina Velonis
The water-energy-food (WEF) security nexus: the policy perspective of Bangladesh pp. 895-910 Downloads
Animesh K. Gain, Carlo Giupponi and David Benson
Where is the power? Transnational networks, authority and the dispute over the Xayaburi Dam on the Lower Mekong Mainstream pp. 911-928 Downloads
Oliver Hensengerth
Application of payments for hydrological ecosystem services to solve problems of fit and interplay in integrated water resources management pp. 929-948 Downloads
Jochen Hack

Volume 40, issue 4, 2015

Forty years of Water International: on track but not in a rut pp. 535-545 Downloads
James E. Nickum
The reminiscences pp. 546-555 Downloads
James E. Nickum
XVth World Water Congress overview pp. 556-558 Downloads
Cecilia Tortajada
Ven Te Chow Memorial Lecture: Localizing water and food security pp. 559-567 Downloads
Rabi H. Mohtar
Crystal Drop Award Speech: Connecting the dots: a unifying theory for modelling in water engineering pp. 568-592 Downloads
Vijay P. Singh
Hydropolitics in the Harirud/Tejen River Basin: Afghanistan as hydro-hegemon? pp. 593-613 Downloads
Vincent Thomas and Jeroen Warner
Using water insecurity to predict domestic water demand in the Palestinian West Bank pp. 614-634 Downloads
S. E. Galaitsi, Annette Huber-Lee, Richard M. Vogel and Elena N. Naumova
Assessing the performance of water user associations in the Gash Irrigation Project, Sudan pp. 635-646 Downloads
Lee A. Ngirazie, Ageel I. Bushara and Jerry W. Knox
Predicting water quality associated with land cover change in the Grootdraai Dam catchment, South Africa pp. 647-663 Downloads
Anja du Plessis, Tertius Harmse and Fethi Ahmed
A counterfactual assessment for interagency collaboration on water quality: the case of the Geum River basin, South Korea pp. 664-688 Downloads
J.H. Koo, J.Y. Yoon, K.H. Sim and H.K. Cho
An assessment of Kalpana-1 rainfall product for drought monitoring over India at meteorological sub-division scale pp. 689-702 Downloads
Shashikant Patel, Satya Prakash and Bindu Bhatt
Earthea Nance, Engineers and communities: transforming sanitation in contemporary Brazil, reviewed by Paulo Augusto Cunha Libanio pp. 703-705 Downloads
Paulo Augusto Cunha Libanio

Volume 40, issue 3, 2015

Transboundary groundwater governance in the Guarani Aquifer System: reflections from a survey of global and regional experts pp. 377-400 Downloads
Zachary P. Sugg, Robert G. Varady, Andrea K. Gerlak and Rafael de Grenade
Evolution of water management in coastal Bangladesh: from temporary earthen embankments to depoliticized community-managed polders pp. 401-416 Downloads
Camelia Dewan, Aditi Mukherji and Marie-Charlotte Buisson
Drought, distress, and a conditional cash transfer programme to mitigate the impact of drought in Bihar, India pp. 417-431 Downloads
Avinash Kishore, P.K. Joshi and Divya Pandey
Performing the success of an innovation: the case of smallholder drip irrigation in Burkina Faso pp. 432-445 Downloads
Jonas Wanvoeke, Jean-Philippe Venot, Margreet Zwarteveen and Charlotte de Fraiture
Using backcasting to explore ways to improve the national water department's contribution to good groundwater governance in South Africa pp. 446-462 Downloads
P. Seward, Y. Xu and A. Turton
Firms' willingness to invest in a water fund to improve water-related ecosystem services in the Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya pp. 463-482 Downloads
Dawit W. Mulatu, Pieter R. van Oel and Anne van der Veen
Bilateral virtual water trade in agricultural products: a case study of Germany and China pp. 483-498 Downloads
Wei Jiang and Rainer Marggraf
The relation between water pollution and economic growth using the environmental Kuznets curve: a case study in South Korea pp. 499-512 Downloads
Jaesung Choi, Bob Hearne, Kihoon Lee and David Roberts
Pollution of inland waters in Brazil: the case for goal-oriented initiatives pp. 513-533 Downloads
Paulo Augusto Cunha Libanio

Volume 40, issue 2, 2015

The UN Peacebuilding Commission and the potential of water in post-conflict development, governance and reconciliation pp. 215-230 Downloads
Andrea Beck
Against the current: transboundary water management in small states on two continents pp. 231-250 Downloads
Harlan Koff and Carmen Maganda
A perfect storm: the causes and consequences of severe water scarcity, institutional breakdown and conflict in Yemen pp. 251-272 Downloads
Matthew I. Weiss
Water allocation reform: what makes it so difficult? pp. 273-285 Downloads
Petra Hellegers and Xavier Leflaive
Editors' introduction to The China Water Papers - transboundary water cooperation in Asia with a focus on China (III) pp. 286-296 Downloads
Patricia Wouters and Huiping Chen
The human right to water and foreign investment: friends or foes? pp. 297-311 Downloads
Huiping Chen
China's practice on the non-navigational uses of transboundary waters: transforming diplomacy through rules of international law pp. 312-327 Downloads
Yanmei He
Identifying China's transboundary water risks and vulnerabilities - a multidisciplinary analysis using hydrological data and legal/institutional settings pp. 328-341 Downloads
Yan Feng, Daming He and Wenling Wang
Water security in Himalayan Asia: first stirrings of regional cooperation? pp. 342-353 Downloads
Bjørn-Oliver Magsig
Transboundary water cooperation on the Yarlung Zangbo/Brahmaputra - a legal analysis of riparian state practice pp. 354-374 Downloads
Yang Liu
Key concepts in water resource management: a review and critical evaluation, edited by Jonathan Lautze, Routledge (Earthscan), Abingdon, UK and New York, USA, 2014, 131 pp., $49.95 (paperback), ISBN 978-0-415-71172-9 pp. 375-376 Downloads
James E. Nickum

Volume 40, issue 1, 2015

Editors' Introduction pp. 1-20 Downloads
Patricia Wouters and Huiping Chen
One step at a time: international law and the duty to cooperate in the management of shared water resources pp. 21-32 Downloads
Christina Leb
The governance of wetland ecosystems and the promotion of transboundary water cooperation - opportunities presented by the Ramsar Convention pp. 33-47 Downloads
Jing Lee
Benefit-sharing and upstream/downstream cooperation for ecological protection of transboundary waters: opportunities for China as an upstream state pp. 48-70 Downloads
Owen McIntyre
Approaches to investment in Chinese transboundary waters pp. 71-86 Downloads
Xiuli Han
A new perspective on water governance in China: Captain of the River pp. 87-99 Downloads
Liping Dai
Mapping Asia's trans-boundary waters, with a focus on China pp. 100-112 Downloads
Vivian Louis Forbes
China's southbound transboundary river basins: a case of asymmetry pp. 113-138 Downloads
Mirja Kattelus, Matti Kummu, Marko Keskinen, Aura Salmivaara and Olli Varis
Benefit sharing in the Mekong River basin pp. 139-152 Downloads
Seungho Lee
An analysis of Turkey's water diplomacy and its evolving position vis-Ã -vis international water law pp. 153-167 Downloads
Aysegül Kibaroglu
The UNECE Water Convention and the development of transboundary cooperation in the Chu-Talas, Kura, Drin and Dniester River basins pp. 168-182 Downloads
Bo Libert
Transboundary water management: lessons learnt from North America pp. 183-198 Downloads
Velma I. Grover and Gail Krantzberg
Do good fences make good neighbours? Canada-United States transboundary water governance, the Boundary Waters Treaty, and twenty-first-century challenges pp. 199-213 Downloads
Emma S. Norman and Karen Bakker
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