Water Resources

2 Open Access Books

20 Authors and Editors

1 Web of Science Citations

14 Dimensions Citations

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1. A Call to Cities: Run Out of Water or Create Resilience and Abundance?

By Will Sarni and Josh Sperling

Part of book: Water and Sustainability

2. Comparison of Water Resources Community Self-Management Mode between China and Tanzania

By Dan Li and Mngereza Mzee Miraj

Part of book: Water and Sustainability

3. The Effects of Climate Change on Rural-Urban Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA)—The Cases of Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya and Niger

By Omar Moalin Hassan and Gurudeo Anand Tularam

Part of book: Applications in Water Systems Management and Modeling

4. Sustainable and Resilient Water and Energy Futures: From New Ethics and Choices to Urban Nexus Strategies

By Josh Sperling and Will Sarni

Part of book: Water and Sustainability

5. Identifying Water Network Anomalies Using Multi Parameters Random Walk: Theory and Practice

By Eyal Brill and Barak Brill

Part of book: Applications in Water Systems Management and Modeling

6. Introductory Chapter: Applications in Water Systems

By Daniela Malcangio

Part of book: Applications in Water Systems Management and Modeling

7. Water, Ecosystem Dynamics and Human Livelihoods in the Okavango River Basin (ORB): Competing Needs or Balanced Use? A Review

By Ketlhatlogile Mosepele, Wame L. Hambira, Goemeone E.J. Mogomotsi, Patricia K. Mogomotsi, Oliver Moses, Masego Dhliwayo, Anastacia Makati and Bernice Setomba

Part of book: Water and Sustainability

8. Assessing the Hydrodynamic Pattern in Different Lakes of Malaysia

By Zati Sharip, Shahirwan Aman Shah, Aminuddin Jamin and Juhaimi Jusoh

Part of book: Applications in Water Systems Management and Modeling

9. Application of a Hydrodynamic and Water Quality Model for Inland Surface Water Systems

By Lubo Liu

Part of book: Applications in Water Systems Management and Modeling

10. Sustainability of Irrigation in Uzbekistan: Implications for Women Farmers

By Elena Kim

Part of book: Water and Sustainability