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About this product
- PublisherSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG
- Date of Publication10/11/2010
- GenreEnvironment & Planning
- Series TitleHexagon Series on Human and Environmental Security and Peace
- Series Part/Volume Number2
- Place of PublicationBerlin
- Country of PublicationGermany
- ImprintSpringer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. K
- Content Note81 Tables, black and white; XIV, 454 p.
- Weight1209 g
- Width193 mm
- Height270 mm
- Edited byHassan Dweik,Hillel I. Shuval
- Edition StatementSoftcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2007
- Table Of ContentsGeopolitical Israeli-Palestinian Water Issues.- Meeting Vital Human Needs: Equitable Resolution of Conflicts over Shared Water Resources of Israelis and Palestinians.- Shared Management of Palestinian and Israeli Groundwater Resources: A Critical Analysis.- Beyond the Watershed: Avoiding the Dangers of Hydro-Centricity and Informing Water Policy.- Politics and Water Management: A Palestinian Perspective.- Perceptions of Water in the Middle East: The Role of Religion, Politics and Technology in Concealing the Growing Water Scarcity.- The Karstic Flow System in Uja Area - West Bank: An Example of two Separated Flow Systems in the Same Area.- Trans-boundary Regional Issues: Jordan River and Dead Sea.- Options for a More Sustainable Water Management in the Lower Jordan Valley.- A Water For Peace Strategy for the Jordan River Basin by Shifting Cropping Patterns.- A Future for the Dead Sea Basin: Water Culture among Israelis, Palestinians and Jordanians.- Formulating A Regional Policy for the Future of the Dead Sea - The `Peace Conduit' Alternative.- Water Trade and Water Markets.- Water Management, Infrastructure, Negotiations and Cooperation: Use of the WAS Model.- `Virtual Water' in the Water Resource Management of the Arid Middle East.- Virtual Water Trade as a Policy Instrument for Achieving Water Security in Palestine.- Water Conflicts and International Water Markets.- Water Imports in the Middle East.- Turkish Water Exports: A Model for Regional Cooperation in the Development of Water Resources.- Water Transfer from Turkey to Water-Stressed Countries in the Middle East.- Manavgat River Water: A Limited Alternative Water Resource for Domestic Use in the Middle East.- Socioeconomic Development and Benefit Sharing in the Euphrates-Tigris River Basin.- Water Co-operation and Conflict Resolution.- Why States Co-operate over Shared Water: The Water Negotiations in the Jordan River Basin.- Joint Mismanagement: Reappraising the Oslo Water Regime.- Violations, Opportunities and Power along the Jordan River: Security Studies Theory Applied to Water Conflict.- U.S. Sponsored Conflict Resolution Through Cooperation in the Water Sector.- Water Allocation for Nature and the `End of Conflict' Era.- Allocating Gaps of Shared Water Resources (Scarcity Index): Case Study on Palestine-Israel.- Factors Relating to the Equitable Distribution of Water in Israel and Palestine.- Groundwater Management in a Cross Boundary Case: Application to Israel and the Palestinian Authority.- Feasibility Study for Cooperation in Wastewater Treatment Plants and Landfills for Israelis and Palestinians in the West Bank.- Effects of the Separation Barrier on the Viability of a Future Palestinian State.- Water as a Human Right: Understanding of Water in the Arab Countries of the Middle East.- International Water Law.- Legal Framework of Groundwater Management in the Middle East (Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria and the Palestinian Territories).- Palestinian Water Authority: Developments and Challenges - Legal Framework and Capacity.- Water Resource Management.- Water Demand Management as Governance: Lessons from the Middle East and South Africa.- Water Demand Management - A Strategy to Deal with Water Scarcity: Israel as a Case Study.- Using Socio-economic Indicators for Integrated Water Resources Management: Case Study of Palestine.- Israeli Water Use Patterns: Resource Conservation and Transboundary Security.- Holistic Regional Approach to Water Management.- Impact of Climate Change.- Impacts of Global Environmental Change for Water Resources of Israel and its Neighbors: New Security Dangers and Shifting Perceptions.- Mitigating Negative Impacts of Global Warming on Water Resources of the Middle East.- The Past as a Key for the Future: Mutual Dependencies of Land Use, Soil Development, Climate and Settlement.- Water and Wastewater Technology in the Middle East.- Waste Water Management and Reuse in Jordan.- Reducing the Environmental Impact of Olive Mill Wastewater in
- Author BiographyProfessor HILLEL SHUVAL is Director of the Department of Environmental Health Sciences at the Hadassah Academic College-Jerusalem and Professor Emeritus at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. He served as initiator and co-chairman of the First and Second Israeli-Palestinian International Conferences on Water held in Zurich in 1992 and Antalya, Turkey, 2004.Professor HASSAN DWEIK is a Professor of Polymer and Industrial Chemistry at the Al-Quds University in Jerusalem; he served as the co-Chairman of the Second Israeli-Palestinian International Conference on Water in Antalya in 2004. He is Executive Vice President at Al-Quds University. He has published many articles on environmental issues in Palestine, in particular on water pollution and solid waste management.
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