Competition for Scarce Groundwater in the Sana'a Plain, Yemen. A study of the incentive systems for urban and agricultural water use.
The efficient management of water supply becomes even more important in arid areas where supply is at best erratic. This book looks at a range of issues connected to urban and agricultural water use in the Sana'a Plain area, including engineering and logisical problems, environmental and climatic influences on groundwater, legal and political wrangles, economic considerations and options for waste water re-use.
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THE SUPPLY OF AND DEMAND FOR WATER RESOURCES
SYSTEM AND ECONOMIC ANALYSIS OF DOMESTIC WATER SUPPLY
CONTAMINATION OF WATER SUPPLY IN SANAA
WATER OWNERSHIP AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION
ANALYSIS OF WATER USE IN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE IN THE SANAA
FINANCIAL INCENTIVES FOR GROUNDWATER USE IN IRRIGATED
MULTI CRITERIA ANALYSIS ON OPTIONS FOR WASTEWATER REUSE
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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