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

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Volume 42, issue 8, 2017

Assessing the legitimacy of flood risk governance arrangements in Europe: insights from intra-country evaluations pp. 929-944 Downloads
Maria Pettersson, Marleen van Rijswick, Cathy Suykens, Meghan Alexander, Kristina Ek and Sally Priest
A cooperative framework for optimizing transboundary hydropower development pp. 945-966 Downloads
Seemanta Sharma Bhagabati, Akiyuki Kawasaki and Mukand Singh Babel
Comparison of water pricing for publicly and privately owned water utilities in the United States pp. 967-980 Downloads
Isaac W. Wait and William Adam Petrie
Trend and variability of rainfall in two river basins in Sri Lanka: an analysis of meteorological data and farmers’ perceptions pp. 981-999 Downloads
L. Muthuwatta, H. P. T. W. Perera, N. Eriyagama, K. B. N. Upamali Surangika and W. W. Premachandra
The politics of water reform and environmental sustainability in the Murray–Darling Basin pp. 1000-1021 Downloads
James Horne
Assessment of fog-water collection on the eastern escarpment of Eritrea pp. 1022-1036 Downloads
Mussie Fessehaye, Sabah A. Abdul-Wahab, Michael J. Savage, Thomas Kohler, Tseggai Gherezghiher and Hans Hurni

Volume 42, issue 7, 2017

Shipping water across the US–Mexico border: international governance dimensions of desalination for export pp. 777-793 Downloads
Stephen P. Mumme, Jamie McEvoy, Nicolas Pineda and Margaret Wilder
A user-centred approach to irrigation performance: drip irrigation in the Khrichfa area, Morocco pp. 794-809 Downloads
Saskia van der Kooij, Marcel Kuper, Margreet Z. Zwarteveen and Charlotte M. S. de Fraiture
Participatory rural appraisal to assess groundwater resources in Al-Mujaylis, Tihama Coastal Plain, Yemen pp. 810-830 Downloads
Wahib Al-Qubatee, Henk Ritzema, Adel Al-Weshali, Frank van Steenbergen and Petra J. G. J. Hellegers
The effect of physical accessibility and service level of water supply on economic accessibility: a case study of Bandung City, Indonesia pp. 831-851 Downloads
Anindrya Nastiti, Arief Sudradjat, Gertjan W. Geerling, A.J.m Smits, Dwina Roosmini and Barti Setiani Muntalif
Effects of hydrological changes on cooperation in transnational catchments: the case of the Syr Darya pp. 852-873 Downloads
D. Bocchiola, M. G. Pelosi and A. Soncini
Actual and perceived causes of flood risk: climate versus anthropogenic effects in a wet zone catchment in Sri Lanka pp. 874-892 Downloads
Nishadi Eriyagama, Madusanka Thilakarathne, Praveen Tharuka, Tharindu Munaweera, Lal Muthuwatta, Vladimir Smakhtin, Wickrama Waththage Premachandra, Dhammi Pindeniya, N. S. Wijayarathne and Lakshika Udamulla
Riparianization of the Mekong River Commission pp. 893-902 Downloads
Andrea K. Gerlak and Andrea Haefner
IWRA’s new and (to amend and replace the 1971 Articles of Incorporation [Constitution] and 2009 Bylaws): A note from the Secretary-General pp. 903-903 Downloads
Guy Fradin
Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation of International Water Resources Association, Inc pp. 904-924 Downloads
The Editors
Cancun Declaration pp. 925-927 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 42, issue 6, 2017

Introduction to ‘Groundwater and Climate Change: Multi-level Law and Policy Perspectives’ pp. 641-645 Downloads
Philippe Cullet and Raya Marina Stephan
Regulating the interactions between climate change and groundwater: lessons from India pp. 646-662 Downloads
Philippe Cullet, Lovleen Bhullar and Sujith Koonan
Assessing India’s drip-irrigation boom: efficiency, climate change and groundwater policy pp. 663-677 Downloads
Trevor Birkenholtz
Climate change, groundwater and the law: exploring the connections in South Africa pp. 678-690 Downloads
Michael Kidd
Groundwater law, abstraction, and responding to climate change: assessing recent law reforms in British Columbia and England pp. 691-708 Downloads
Birsha Ohdedar
EU legal protection for ecologically significant groundwater in the context of climate change vulnerability pp. 709-724 Downloads
Owen McIntyre
Groundwater use in North Africa as a cautionary tale for climate change adaptation pp. 725-740 Downloads
Marcel Kuper, Hichem Amichi and Pierre-Louis Mayaux
Global climate change and global groundwater law: their independent and pluralistic evolution and potential challenges pp. 741-756 Downloads
Joyeeta Gupta and Kirstin Conti
Climate change considerations under international groundwater law pp. 757-772 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan
A call for a new business model valuing water use and production: the Water, Energy and Food Nexus holistic system approach pp. 773-776 Downloads
Rabi H. Mohtar

Volume 42, issue 5, 2017

Specification of a human right to water: a sustainability assessment of access hurdles pp. 505-526 Downloads
Erik Gawel and Wolfgang Bretschneider
Politics of the Dead Sea Canal: a historical review of the evolving discourses, interests, and plans pp. 527-542 Downloads
Hussam Hussein
Urban water demand, climatic variation, and irrigation-water insecurity: interactive stressors and lessons for water governance from the Angat River basin (Philippines) pp. 543-567 Downloads
Sameer H. Shah and Hisham Zerriffi
Assessing the environmental context of hand washing among school children in Limpopo, South Africa pp. 568-584 Downloads
Nicola Bulled, Kara Poppe, Khuliso Ramatsisti, Londolani Sitsula, Geoffrey Winegar, Jabulani Gumbo, Rebecca Dillingham and James Smith
Quality matters: incorporating water quality into water access monitoring in rural Malawi pp. 585-598 Downloads
Sarah L. Smiley
Use of coal seam water for agriculture in Queensland, Australia pp. 599-617 Downloads
David Monckton, Jim Cavaye, Neil Huth and Sue Vink
A review of the current status of small-scale seawater reverse osmosis desalination pp. 618-631 Downloads
Jie Song, Tian Li, Lucía Wright-Contreras and Adrian Wing-Keung Law
Acceptance addresses for the Crystal Drop Awards pp. 632-636 Downloads
The Editors
Water International Best Paper 2016 Awards pp. 637-640 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 42, issue 4, 2017

Challenges in meeting water security and resilience pp. 349-359 Downloads
Vijay P. Singh
The 1997 United Nations Convention on the Law of Non-navigational Uses of International Watercourses: what contribution to the development of the Water Charter for the Volta Basin? pp. 360-371 Downloads
Amidou Garane, Charles Biney and Eléonore Belemlilga
Evaluating knowledge and capacity development in the water sector: challenges and progress pp. 372-384 Downloads
Silas Mvulirwenande, Uta Wehn and Guy Alaerts
Promoting and assessing water governance at subnational level: the experience of Brazil’s National Water Management Pact pp. 385-399 Downloads
P.A.C. Libanio
Future bottlenecks in international river basins: where transboundary institutions, population growth and hydrological variability intersect pp. 400-424 Downloads
Marloes H.N. Bakker and James A. Duncan
The EU Water Initiative at 15: origins, processes and assessment pp. 425-442 Downloads
Oliver Fritsch, Camilla Adelle and David Benson
Fighting over water values: diverse framings of flower and food production with communal irrigation in the Ecuadorian Andes pp. 443-461 Downloads
Patricio Mena-Vásconez, Linden Vincent, Jeroen Vos and Rutgerd Boelens
Influence of disaster risk, exposure and water quality on vulnerability of surface water resources under a changing climate in the Haihe River basin pp. 462-485 Downloads
Wei Shi, Jun Xia, Christopher J Gippel, JunXu Chen and Si Hong
Issues and challenges of reclaimed water usage: a case study of the dragon-shaped river in the Beijing Olympic Park pp. 486-494 Downloads
Xiaoqin Zhou, Zifu Li, Chad Staddon, Xuejun Wu and Han Song
Water-food-energy nexus index to maximize the economic water and energy productivity in an optimal cropping pattern pp. 495-503 Downloads
Inas El Gafy, Neil Grigg and Waskom Reagan

Volume 42, issue 3, 2017

Engineered rivers in arid lands: searching for sustainability in theory and practice pp. 241-253 Downloads
Aysegül Kibaroglu, Jurgen Schmandt and George Ward
The political ontology of collaborative water governance pp. 254-270 Downloads
Cameron Harrington
Managing resources through stakeholder networks: collaborative water governance for Lake Naivasha basin, Kenya pp. 271-290 Downloads
Job Ochieng Ogada, George Okoye Krhoda, Anne Van Der Veen, Martin Marani and Pieter Richards van Oel
Harnessing the sun for an evergreen revolution: a study of solar-powered irrigation in Bihar, India pp. 291-307 Downloads
Avinash Kishore, Pk Joshi and Divya Pandey
Urban water pricing in Yemen: a comparison of increasing block tariffs to other pricing schemes pp. 308-323 Downloads
M. Al-Saidi
Flood hazard maps in the European context pp. 324-332 Downloads
Michael Nones
Ongoing dialogues with Erik Swyngedouw about desalination in Spain pp. 333-338 Downloads
Leandro del Moral, Julia Martínez-Fernández and Nuria Hernández-Mora
The pleasures of hydro-controversies: a reply to Leandro del Moral, Julia Martínez and Nuria Hernández-Mora pp. 339-341 Downloads
Erik Swyngedouw and Joseph Williams
Dustin Evan Garrick pp. 342-345 Downloads
James E. Nickum
Water International Best Paper 2015 Awards pp. 346-348 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 42, issue 2, 2017

Introduction to ‘Transboundary River Cooperation: Actors, Strategies and Impact’ pp. 97-104 Downloads
Selina Ho
International water conflict and cooperation: challenges and opportunities pp. 105-120 Downloads
Jacob D. Petersen-Perlman, Jennifer C. Veilleux and Aaron T. Wolf
Infrastructure development and the economics of cooperation in the Eastern Nile pp. 121-141 Downloads
Marc Jeuland, Xun Wu and Dale Whittington
China’s transboundary river policies towards Kazakhstan: issue-linkages and incentives for cooperation pp. 142-162 Downloads
Selina Ho
River activism, policy entrepreneurship and transboundary water disputes in Asia pp. 163-186 Downloads
Pichamon Yeophantong
Dam diplomacy? China’s new neighbourhood policy and Chinese dam-building companies pp. 187-206 Downloads
Carla P. Freeman
The remarkable restoration of the Rhine: plural rationalities in regional water politics pp. 207-221 Downloads
Marco Verweij
The dilemma of autonomy: decentralization and water politics at the subnational level pp. 222-239 Downloads
Scott M. Moore
Crystal Drop Award and Ven Te Chow Memorial Lecture pp. 240-240 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 42, issue 1, 2017

Mortality awareness and water decisions: a social psychological analysis of supply-management, demand-management and soft-path paradigms pp. 1-17 Downloads
S. E. Wolfe and David B. Brooks
Incorporation of environmental flows in water allocation in Texas pp. 18-33 Downloads
Ralph A. Wurbs
The river-border complex: a border-integrated approach to transboundary river governance illustrated by the Ganges River and Indo-Bangladeshi border pp. 34-53 Downloads
Kimberley Anh Thomas
Envisioning the future of cooperation on common rivers in South Asia: a cooperative security approach by Bangladesh and India to the Tipaimukh Dam pp. 54-72 Downloads
Mirza Sadaqat Huda
The social conditions of self-organized utilities: water cooperatives in La Paz and El Alto, Bolivia pp. 73-91 Downloads
Franck Poupeau and Sébastien Hardy
A new transboundary freshwater dispute before the International Court of Justice pp. 92-96 Downloads
Tamar Meshel
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