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2013 - 2021

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

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Volume 46, issue 7-8, 2021

Words from the pages of Water International of the first 15 IWRA presidents pp. 969-972 Downloads
James E. Nickum
A note from the editors pp. 973-975 Downloads
Renée Martin-Nagle, James E. Nickum, Cecilia Tortajada and Philippus Wester
Water governance indicators in theory and practice: applying the OECD’s water governance indicators in the North American Great Lakes region pp. 976-999 Downloads
Carolyn Johns
The future of piped water pp. 1000-1016 Downloads
Anita Milman, Emily Kumpel and Kaycie Lane
Binational reflections on pathways to groundwater security in the Mexico–United States borderlands pp. 1017-1036 Downloads
Rosario Sanchez, José Agustin Breña-Naranjo, Alfonso Rivera, Randall T. Hanson, Antonio Hernández-Espriú, Rick J. Hogeboom, Anita Milman, Jude A. Benavides, Adrian Pedrozo-Acuña, Julio Cesar Soriano-Monzalvo, Sharon B. Megdal, Gabriel Eckstein and Laura Rodriguez
Learning from the past to build the future governance of groundwater use in agriculture pp. 1037-1059 Downloads
Olivier Petit, Aurélien Dumont, Stéphanie Leyronas, Quentin Ballin, Sami Bouarfa, Nicolas Faysse, Marcel Kuper, François Molle, Charlotte Alcazar, Emmanuel Durand, Ridha Ghoudi, Aline Hubert, Selin Le Visage, Imane Messaoudi, Marielle Montginoul, Seyni Ndao, Audrey Richard Ferroudji, Jean-Daniel Rinaudo, Julie Trottier, Olivia Aubriot, Mohamed Elloumi, Marc Boisson, Rhoda Fofack-Garcia, Frédéric Maurel, Dominique Rojat, Bruno Romagny and Emmanuelle Salgues
A critical review of the transboundary aquifers in South-Eastern Europe and new insights from the EU’s water framework directive implementation process pp. 1060-1086 Downloads
Charalampos Skoulikaris, Jacques Ganoulis and Alice Aureli
Fifty years of water research: has it made a difference? pp. 1087-1098 Downloads
Neil S. Grigg
Looking back, gazing forward – 50 years of international water law pp. 1099-1115 Downloads
Patricia Wouters and A. Dan Tarlock
International water law in 2070 pp. 1116-1134 Downloads
Joseph W. Dellapenna
The water–man eristic dialectics for sustainable hydro-governance pp. 1135-1157 Downloads
Jacques Ganoulis
Water resource prospects for the next 50 years on the water planet: personal perspectives on a shared history from Earth Day, the Fourth Industrial Revolution and One Health to the futures of alternative energy, bioconvergence and quantum computing pp. 1158-1186 Downloads
William R. Jones
Changing the development paradigm in African agricultural water management to resolve water and food challenges pp. 1187-1204 Downloads
Henning Bjornlund, Andre van Rooyen, Jamie Pittock and Vibeke Bjornlund
A role for the IWRA in international water disputes? pp. 1205-1210 Downloads
Salman M.A. Salman
A new water management model and the role of IWRA in water disputes pp. 1211-1215 Downloads
Rabi H. Mohtar
Water research and nationalism in the post-truth era pp. 1216-1223 Downloads
Kevin G. Wheeler and Hussam Hussein
Systems approach and performance-based water resources management pp. 1224-1235 Downloads
Slobodan P. Simonovic
Reflecting on water challenges of the past, present and future: an intergenerational perspective pp. 1236-1242 Downloads
Bassel Daher, Rasha Hassan, Amgad ElMahdi, David Molden, Raya Marina Stephan, Monica Garcia Quesada, Rewa Assi, Heather Bond and Sinafekesh Girma Wolde
The first new IWRA Executive Board of our second half-century, 2022-2024 pp. 1243-1243 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 46, issue 6, 2021

Water insecurity and the state: failure, disconnection and autonomy pp. 779-782 Downloads
Wendy Jepson, Amber Wutich, Vanessa Lucena Empinotti and Pedro Roberto Jacobi
Governing water insecurity: navigating indigenous water rights and regulatory politics in settler colonial states pp. 783-801 Downloads
Nicole J. Wilson, Teresa Montoya, Rachel Arseneault and Andrew Curley
Rural water provision at the state-society interface in Latin America pp. 802-820 Downloads
Sarah T. Romano, Jami Nelson-Nuñez and G. Thomas LaVanchy
Anticipating elite capture: the social devaluation of municipal tap water users in the Phoenix metropolitan area pp. 821-840 Downloads
Alexandra Brewis, Katie Meehan, Melissa Beresford and Amber Wutich
The optics of ‘Day Zero’ and the role of the state in water security for a township in Cape Town (South Africa) pp. 841-860 Downloads
G. Thomas LaVanchy, Michael W. Kerwin, Gregory J. Kerwin and Meghan McCarroll
Mobilization of bias: learning from drought and flood crises in São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Jakarta pp. 861-882 Downloads
Suyá Quintslr, Bruno Peregrina Puga and Thanti Octavianti
Water security in two megacities: observations on public actions during 2020 in São Paulo and London pp. 883-899 Downloads
Estela Macedo Alves, Jo-Anne Geere, Mariana Gutierres Arteiro da Paz, Pedro Roberto Jacobi, Edson Abreu de Castro Grandisoli and Samia Nascimento Sulaiman
Water insecurity and patchwork adaptability in Bangalore’s low-income neighbourhoods pp. 900-918 Downloads
Georgina Drew, Deepika M. G., Amalendu Jyotishi and Shruthi Suripeddi
Persisting narratives undermine potential water scarcity solutions for informal areas of Mexico City: the case of two settlements in Xochimilco pp. 919-937 Downloads
Bertha Hernández Aguilar, Amy M. Lerner, David Manuel-Navarrete and J. Mario Siqueiros-García
Autogestión and water sharing networks in Puerto Rico after Hurricane María pp. 938-955 Downloads
Anais Roque, Amber Wutich, Alexandra Brewis, Melissa Beresford, Carlos García-Quijano, Hilda Lloréns and Wendy Jepson
Advancing urban water security: The urbanization of water–society relations and entry–points for political engagement pp. 956-968 Downloads
Vanessa Lucena Empinotti, Jessica Budds, Wendy Jepson, Nate Millington, Luciana Nicolau Ferrara, Jo-Anne Geere, Edson Grandisoli, Mariana Gutierres Arteiro Da Paz, Bruno Peregrina Puga, Estela Macedo Alves, Sally Cawood, Pedro Roberto Jacobi, Victor Uehara Kinjo, Andrea Lampis, Ricardo Moretti, Thanti Octavianti, Natalia Periotto, Ruth Quinn, Suyá Quintslr, Samia Sulaiman, Paula Arce Vicente and Noura Wahby

Volume 46, issue 5, 2021

Editors’ introduction pp. 629-632 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
Interview pp. 633-636 Downloads
Lilian del Castillo-Laborde
Resolving the problems of commensurability in valuing water pp. 637-651 Downloads
Petra Hellegers and Brian Davidson
To intervene or not: strategic choices of the central government in China’s sub-national hydropolitics pp. 652-670 Downloads
Hua Xing and Puyao Xing
Deconstructing masculinity in water governance pp. 671-676 Downloads
Kris Hartley and Glen Kuecker
Exploring water access in rural Kenya: narratives of social capital, gender inequalities and household water security in Kitui county pp. 677-696 Downloads
Salome A. Bukachi, Dalmas Ochieng Omia, Mercy Mbithe Musyoka, Faith Mbithe Wambua, Mariah Ngutu Peter and Marina Korzenevica
A comparative analysis of urban and rural household water insecurity experiences during the 2011–17 drought in Ceará, Brazil pp. 697-722 Downloads
Wendy Jepson, Paula Tomaz, Jader Oliveira Santos and Juha Baek
Producing energy, depleting water: the energy sector as a driver of seasonal water scarcity in an extractive frontier of the upper Orinoco watershed, Colombia pp. 723-743 Downloads
Parisa Rinaldi, María Cecilia Roa-García and Sandra Brown
A semi-qualitative approach to the operationalization of the Food–Environment–Energy–Water (FE2W) Nexus concept for infrastructure planning: a case study of the Niger Basin pp. 744-770 Downloads
Ousmane Seidou, Claudia Ringler, Spela Kalcic, Luca Ferrini, Traoré Abdou Ramani and Abdou Guero
Water International Best Paper 2018 Awards pp. 771-773 Downloads
The Editors
Water International Best Paper 2019 Awards pp. 774-775 Downloads
The Editors
Water International Best Paper 2020 Awards pp. 776-778 Downloads
The Editors
The OECD Principles on Water Governance as a means to an end: how to measure impacts of water governance? pp. ei-ev Downloads
The Editors

Volume 46, issue 4, 2021

Editors' introduction pp. 455-458 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
Interview pp. 459-461 Downloads
Olli Varis
Achieving drinking water and sanitation related targets of SDG 6 at Shahidbug slum, Dhaka pp. 462-476 Downloads
Muhammad Mizanur Rahaman, Ahmed Imtiaz Galib and Farhana Azmi
Strategies for climate change adaptation: lessons learnt from long-term planning in the Netherlands and Bangladesh pp. 477-504 Downloads
Jos van Alphen, Jaap de Heer and Ellen Minkman
Groundwater policies and irrigation development: a study of West Bengal, India, 1980–2016 pp. 505-523 Downloads
Tapas Singh Modak
Managerial, clientelist or populist? Lake governance in the Indian city of Bangalore pp. 524-542 Downloads
Sanchayan Nath
Got a minute for the future of the Rio Grande? Considering the prospects for a sustainability minute in the wake of the Colorado’s Minute 323 pp. 543-566 Downloads
Regina M. Buono, Jill Baggerman and Lindsay C. Sansom
Lesson learning in the Colorado River Basin pp. 567-577 Downloads
Mariana Rivera-Torres, Andrea K. Gerlak and Katharine L. Jacobs
A review on implementing managed aquifer recharge in the Middle East and North Africa region: methods, progress and challenges pp. 578-604 Downloads
Salah Basem Ajjur and Husam Musa Baalousha
Unpacking wastewater reuse arrangements through a new framework: insights from the analysis of Egypt pp. 605-625 Downloads
Mohamed Hassan Tawfik, Jaime Hoogesteger, Amgad Elmahdi and Petra Hellegers
Yahia Abdel Mageed (1925–2021) pp. 626-627 Downloads
Asit K. Biswas

Volume 46, issue 3, 2021

Editors’ introduction pp. 291-296 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
IWRA 50th anniversary interview pp. 297-298 Downloads
Soontak Lee
IWRA 50th anniversary interview pp. 299-302 Downloads
Slobodan Simonovic
IWRA 50th anniversary interview pp. 303-305 Downloads
Ben Dziegielewski
When the water runs dry: supporting adaptive governance in transboundary river basins pp. 306-324 Downloads
Sabine Blumstein and Jacob D. Petersen-Perlman
Economy-wide assessment of potential long-term impacts of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam on Sudan pp. 325-341 Downloads
Khalid Siddig, Mohammed Basheer and Jonas Luckmann
Masculinity and smart water management: why we need a critical perspective pp. 342-344 Downloads
Anna Kosovac
Public water and Covid-19: Dark clouds and silver linings pp. 345-347 Downloads
Douglas J. Merrey
Impact of land use and occupation on potential groundwater recharge in a Brazilian savannah watershed pp. 348-364 Downloads
Arnaldo José Cambraia Neto and Lineu Neiva Rodrigues
The political economy of coordinating water, sanitation and hygiene management policies and programmes for Nigeria pp. 365-382 Downloads
Emmanuel M. Akpabio and John S. Rowan
The implications of social and economic barriers to safe drinking water for municipal level policy in Ghana pp. 383-396 Downloads
Benjamin Dosu, Samuel M. Ofori Dei, Mohammed Abubakari and Gabriel Appiah
Diffusion of small-scale pumped irrigation technologies and their association with farmer-led irrigation development in Malawi pp. 397-416 Downloads
Jean Kamwamba-Mtethiwa, Kenneth Wiyo, Jerry Knox and Keith Weatherhead
Testing an open app-based water management information system and its uptake among stakeholders in the Upper-Comoé river basin (Burkina Faso) pp. 417-431 Downloads
Sié Palé, Joost Wellens, Farid Traoré, Carla Roncoli, Abdoul-Hamid Mohamed Sallah, B. V. C. Adolphe Zangré and Bernard Tychon
Agri-vector water: boosting rainfed agriculture with urban water allocation to support urban–rural linkages pp. 432-450 Downloads
Bruce A. Lankford and Catherine F. Grasham
John Anthony (Tony) Allan (29 January 1937 – 15 April 2021) pp. 451-453 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 46, issue 2, 2021

Introduction to the special issue on source-to-sea management pp. 135-137 Downloads
Josh Weinberg, Qinhua Fang, Sarantuyaa Zandaryaa, Greg Leslie and James E. Nickum
Building foundations for source-to-sea management: the case of sediment management in the Lake Hawassa sub-basin of the Ethiopian Rift Valley pp. 138-156 Downloads
Mulugeta Dadi Belete, David Hebart-Coleman, Ruth E. Mathews and Cryton Zazu
Environmental management in the Bohai and Baltic seas from a source-to-sea perspective: challenges and opportunities pp. 157-175 Downloads
Yan Wang, Erik Lindblom, Yanjing Zhu, Ruth E. Mathews, Mikael Malmaeus and Kun Lei
Success and sustainability of nutrient pollution reduction in the Danube River Basin: recovery and future protection of the Black Sea Northwest shelf pp. 176-194 Downloads
A. Kovacs and I. Zavadsky
A source-to-sea approach to emerging pollutants in freshwater and oceans: pharmaceuticals in the Baltic Sea region pp. 195-210 Downloads
Sarantuyaa Zandaryaa and Dmitry Frank-Kamenetsky
A visualization tool for citizen-science marine debris big data pp. 211-223 Downloads
Graeme F. Clark, Jordan Gacutan, Robert Lawther, Emma L. Johnston, Heidi Tait and Tomasz Bednarz
Community-of-interests across source-to-sea systems: an international law perspective pp. 224-263 Downloads
Flavia Tavares da Rocha Loures
Governing resilient landscapes across the source-to-sea continuum pp. 264-282 Downloads
Rebecca Welling, Paulina Filz, James Dalton, Douglas Mark Smith, Janaka de Silva and Peter Manyara
IWRA 50th anniversary interview pp. 283-285 Downloads
Peter Gleick
In memoriam: Janusz Kindler (9 May 1934–8 December 2020) pp. 286-289 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 46, issue 1, 2021

Editors’ Introduction pp. 1-4 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
Reflections on the 50th anniversary of the International Water Resources Association (IWRA) pp. 5-7 Downloads
Gabriel Eckstein
IWRA is celebrating 50 years! pp. 8-9 Downloads
Renée Martin-Nagle
Early focus on water strategies for the twenty-first century: IWRA as an interdisciplinary forerunner* pp. 10-15 Downloads
Malin Falkenmark
IWRA 50th anniversary interview pp. 16-18 Downloads
Jean Fried
Sino-Kazakhstan transboundary water allocation cooperation study: analysis of willingness and policy implementation pp. 19-36 Downloads
Chenjun Zheng
Community response to the provision of alternative water supplies: A focus on chronic kidney disease of unknown aetiology (CKDu) in rural Sri Lanka pp. 37-58 Downloads
Theodore Horbulyk, Kashi Kafle and Soumya Balasubramanya
Livelihood security enhancement though innovative water management in dryland India pp. 59-82 Downloads
Mark Everard and Harry West
The practical challenges of achieving sustainable wetland agriculture in Nigeria’s Cross River basin pp. 83-97 Downloads
Emmanuel M. Akpabio and Gabriel S. Umoh
Can a ‘modern’ irrigation system and a traditional smallholder gravitational system coexist? A view from Marakwet, Kenya pp. 98-111 Downloads
Martina Angela Caretta and Florence Jemutai Cheptum
Drip irrigation as a socio-technical configuration: policy design and technological choice in Western India pp. 112-129 Downloads
Karan Misquitta and Trevor Birkenholtz
Water supply in a mega-city: a political ecology analysis of Shanghai pp. 130-134 Downloads
Chad Staddon
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