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Achievements and Challenges of Integrated River Basin Management

Integrated river basin management is an approach focusing on the development and management of land and water resources in a coordinated manner with the primary aim to ensure society development, which is well balanced from the environmental, economic, and social points of view. It is a complex approach, including all aspects of water resource management (water and aquatic ecosystem protection, disaster management, and water use) and covering a wide range of disciplines (e.g., hydrology, ecology, environmental management, and economy), cross-cutting issues (climate change, data sharing, and stakeholder involvement), and approaches (river basin management plans preparation, water-food-energy-ecosystems nexus assessment, science-policy integration, and transboundary cooperation). This book provides a comprehensive overview of achievements and challenges associated with the implementation of the approach throughout the world.

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Achievements and Challenges of Integrated River Basin ManagementEdited by Dejan Komatina

Published: July 25th 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.70100

ISBN: 978-1-78923-483-1

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-482-4

Copyright year: 2018

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1. Seasonal Variation of the Physico-chemical Composition of Ottawa River Waters in the St. Lawrence River

By Jean-Jacques Frenette and Ali A. Assani

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2. Assessment of Heavy Metals Contamination in Groundwater: A Case Study of the South of Setif Area, East Algeria

By Lazhar Belkhiri, Ammar Tiri and Lotfi Mouni

161

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3. Hydro-Geochemical Water Inputs Identification in Glacierized Basin Hydrology

By Sebastián Andrés Crespo, Francisco Javier Fernandoy and Ariel Andrés Muñoz

130

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4. Basin Scale Performance of a Distributed Rainfall-Runoff Model Using Uncertainty Modelling Approach in Data Scarce Region

By Madaka Harold Tumbo

114

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5. Historical, Hydrological and Hydraulics Studies for Sustainable Flood Management

By Mitja Brilly, Andrej Kryžanowski, Mojca Šraj, Nejc Bezak, Klaudija Sapač, Andrej Vidmar and Simon Rusjan

143

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6. Engagement of Local Heroes in Managing Flood Disaster: Lessons Learnt from the 2014 Flood of Kemaman, Terengganu, Malaysia

By Marini Othman, Aliza Abdul Latif, Siti Sarah Maidin, Mohamad Firdaus Mat Saad and Mohammad Nazir Ahmad

181

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7. Sustainable Groundwater Management in Context of Climate Change in Northwest Bangladesh

By A.T.M. Sakiur Rahman, Takahiro Hosono, Quamrul H. Mazumder and Chowdhury S. Jahan

197

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8. Transboundary Cooperation and Sustainable Development in the Rhine Basin

By Anne Schulte-Wülwer-Leidig, Laura Gangi, Tabea Stötter, Marc Braun and Adrian Schmid-Breton

140

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9. Monitoring of Meteorological, Hydrological Conditions and Water Quality of the Main Tributaries of the Transboundary Amu Darya River

By Parviz I. Normatov and Inom Sh. Normatov

247

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10. Information-Communication Technologies as an Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) Tool for Sustainable Development

By Charalampos Skoulikaris, Youssef Filali-Meknassi, Alice Aureli, Abou Amani and Blanca Elena Jiménez-Cisneros

163

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11. Communities at the Centre of River Basin Management for Sustainable Development in Northwest Cameroon

By Henry Bikwibili Tantoh, Danny Simatele, Eromose Ebhuoma and Felix Kwabena Donkor

147

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12. Strengths and Weaknesses for Climate Change: Adaptation in Water Governance: A Comparison Across Six European Regions

By Emmy Bergsma, H. Van Alphen, A. Bruggeman, E. Giannakis, J. Koti, E. Kristvik, P. Loza, M. Martinez, T.M. Muthanna, F. Rocha, T. Viseu and C. Zoumides

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