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Volume 48, issue 6, 2023

Editors’ introduction pp. 685-687 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
On contingency, confidence and trust: how international water law stabilizes expectations under conditions of uncertainty pp. 688-706 Downloads
Kenneth Kang
Governance in the La Plata River Basin and OECD principles: an opinion survey of transboundary water professionals pp. 707-726 Downloads
Pilar Carolina Villar, Miguel de França Doria, Amalia Panizza de León, Fernanda Abreu Oliveira de Souza, Luiz Amore, Juan Borús, Marissa Castro Magnani and David Fariña Gómez
An evaluation framework for localized groundwater supply systems at critical facilities pp. 727-758 Downloads
Gavin V. M. Kode, Thokozani Kanyerere and Kevin Pietersen
Does bilateral trade in cereals within SADC reflect virtual trade in water between countries with different water endowments? pp. 759-782 Downloads
Greenwell Matchaya, Roberto J. Garcia and Fousseini Traoré
Socio-political barriers to sustainable urban water governance: the case of Cartagena, Colombia pp. 783-803 Downloads
Andrea Sullivan Lemaitre and Justin Stoler
Beijing Declaration pp. 804-806 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 48, issue 5, 2023

Editors’ introduction pp. 577-579 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
So near, yet so far: an Egyptian perspective on the US-facilitated negotiations on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam pp. 580-614 Downloads
Mohamed Helal and Hesham M. Bekhit
A complex balance: assessing perspectives on decommissioning large dams to restore river ecosystems pp. 615-630 Downloads
Joshua Matanzima and Teboho Mosuoe-Tsietsi
The destruction of the Kakhovka dam and its consequences pp. 631-647 Downloads
Viktor Vyshnevskyi, Serhii Shevchuk, Viktor Komorin, Yurii Oleynik and Peter Gleick
Does financial inclusion improve household drinking water source? An application to the case of Togo pp. 648-663 Downloads
Kokou Dangui and Shaofeng Jia
Irrigation and its wider regional impacts in Australia pp. 664-680 Downloads
Brian Davidson and Petra Hellegers
Ecohydrology-based landscape restoration: Theory and practice pp. 681-683 Downloads
J. G. Imhof

Volume 48, issue 4, 2023

Editors’ introduction pp. 441-443 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
Multiple-use water systems and rural livelihoods in north-western Ghana: adjusting to a failed hope pp. 444-460 Downloads
Bismarck Yelfogle Guba, Nicholas Fielmua and Darius Tuonianuo Mwingyine
Motivations, procedures and stated values for municipal flood plans: experiences from Central Europe pp. 461-479 Downloads
Monika Krpešová and Pavel Raška
The international and historical dimensions of Chilean water bureaucracy pp. 480-499 Downloads
Chloé Nicolas-Artero
The marketization of water: environmental movements’ narratives and common experiences on water transfer projects in Colorado and western Iran pp. 500-526 Downloads
Elham Hoominfar
Exploring cooperation over transboundary wetlands: the Hamoun Wetlands, Okavango Delta and Wadden Sea pp. 527-546 Downloads
Zoe H. Rosenblum and Susanne Schmeier
Gender and social inclusion in community water resource management: lessons from two districts in the Himalayan foothills and the Terai in Nepal pp. 547-566 Downloads
Manita Raut, Robert G. Varady and Alok Rajouria
Phnom Penh water story: remarkable transformation of an urban water utility pp. 567-571 Downloads
Bruno Nguyen
China’s hydro-politics in the Mekong – conflict and cooperation in light of securitization theory pp. 571-573 Downloads
Seungho Lee
Water International Best Paper 2022 Awards pp. 574-576 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 48, issue 3, 2023

Editors’ introduction pp. 305-308 Downloads
Mingna Wang, Soon Thiam Khu, Monica Garcia Quesada and James E. Nickum
Model application for monitoring and locating leakages in rural area water pipeline networks pp. 309-321 Downloads
Xiaoqin Li, Yannan Jia, Dan Zhang, Jifu Yang and Zheng Chen
Sewage system diagnosis based on online monitoring technology pp. 322-330 Downloads
Chenchen Zhao, Haoyan Liu, Yingxin Guo and Le An
Assessment method of urban domestic sewage treatment plant-network integration based on current drainage management pp. 331-343 Downloads
Yingxin Guo, Yuwen Liang, Haoyan Liu, Haidong Xu and Chenchen Zhao
Risk assessment and leakage prediction system of the water distribution system of Changzhou, China pp. 344-357 Downloads
Shuaihua Hou, Tao Tao, Chao Wang and Haiqing Zong
Advances in the application of smartphones in hydrology pp. 358-378 Downloads
Lei Li, Soon-Thiam Khu, Jia Wang and Mingna Wang
Recent advances in smart water technology of drainage systems in China pp. 379-392 Downloads
Mingna Wang and Yang Liu
Towards consistency of value and order: cooperation strategies of international water projects pp. 393-422 Downloads
Yangyang Li, Mingna Wang and Hao Wang
Can sponge city construction in mainland China restore the river basin hydrology to an undeveloped state? pp. 423-436 Downloads
Xin Zhao, Zhiming Zhang, Junqi Li, Xiaotian Qi, Wenhan Hu and Feng Guo
Water International Best Paper 2021 Awards pp. 437-439 Downloads
The Editors

Volume 48, issue 2, 2023

Editors’ introduction pp. 185-187 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
Different regulatory approaches to enhanced water protection in selected European jurisdictions pp. 188-201 Downloads
Nicole Grmelová, Anu Lähteenmäki-Uutela and Petr Štěpánek
Analysing water provision in the critical interface of formal and informal urban water regimes pp. 202-216 Downloads
Timos Karpouzoglou, S. Vij, P. Blomkvist, B. Juma, V. Narain, D. Nilsson and L. Sitoki
Science mapping of water governance research in retrospect pp. 217-239 Downloads
Mehrdad Pouya, Mousa Aazami, Klaudia Halászová and Hossein Azadi
Land reclamation projects in the Egyptian Western Desert: management of 1.5 million acres of groundwater irrigation pp. 240-258 Downloads
Mohamed Elsayed Gabr
International water law and hydropolitics: an enquiry into the water conflict between India and Nepal pp. 259-281 Downloads
Harsh Vasani
Spatial heterogeneity of household water insecurity in rural Uganda: implications for development pp. 282-301 Downloads
Eliza Stuart, Justin Stoler, Amber L. Pearson and Gershim Asiki
The governance of water innovation: To quench a thirst pp. 302-303 Downloads
Stephen L. Grundy

Volume 48, issue 1, 2023

Editors’ introduction pp. 1-4 Downloads
Raya Marina Stephan and James E. Nickum
Open access and the evolving academic publishing landscape of the water sector pp. 5-17 Downloads
Justin Stoler and Chad Staddon
Stakeholders in Ghana’s water sector development and implications for rural water tariff payment: a review pp. 18-39 Downloads
Francis Issahaku Malongza Bukari, Nicholas N-Kang Yembilah, Robert Yakubu Adjuik and John Bosco Baguri Sumani
Economic analysis of public investment in alternative agricultural water management schemes: a case study from northern Ghana pp. 40-62 Downloads
Bedru B. Balana and Mamudu A. Akudugu
Water insecurity, water borrowing and psychosocial stress among Daasanach pastoralists in northern Kenya pp. 63-86 Downloads
Leslie B. Ford, Hilary J. Bethancourt, Zane S. Swanson, Rosemary Nzunza, Amber Wutich, Alexandra Brewis, Sera Young, David M. Almeida, Matthew Douglass, Emmanuel K. Ndiema, David R. Braun, Herman Pontzer and Asher Y. Rosinger
Saving water by returning to a constant water supply in Chihuahua pp. 87-97 Downloads
D. H. Sánchez, C. J. Navarro-Gómez, M. Rentería and J. R. Sánchez-Navarro
Economies of water in Delhi: a neo-Polanyian analysis pp. 98-119 Downloads
Aviram Sharma and Mark Harvey
Optimization of urban water distribution networks using heuristic methods: an overview pp. 120-148 Downloads
Ioan Sarbu and Simona Popa-Albu
Political ecological perspectives on an indicator-based urban water framework pp. 149-164 Downloads
Christina Walter and Matthias Schmidt
Managed aquifer recharge in Mexico: proposals for an improved legal framework and public policies pp. 165-183 Downloads
Mary-Belle Cruz Ayala and Cecilia Tortajada
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