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Transboundary Water Resources in the Balkans : Initiating a Sustainable Co-Operative Network - Jacques G. Ganoulis

Transboundary Water Resources in the Balkans

Initiating a Sustainable Co-Operative Network

By: Jacques G. Ganoulis (Editor), Irene L. Murphy (Editor), Mitja Brilly (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 30th September 2000
ISBN: 9780792365563
Number Of Pages: 254

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A source of up-to-date information on current water resources, their quality and quantity, in every country in the Balkans. Institutional structures, water management issues and water monitoring problems are analyzed, with special reference to international waters, using characteristic case studies, including the Sava River, Lake Ohrid, The Nestos/Mesta River, the Neretva River estuary, and coastal waters in Turkey. Contributions written by experts from France, the UK and the USA demonstrate state-of-the-art electronic networking and the management of distributed water databases.
The protection of water resources in the Balkans has become a high profile issue since the collapse of communism in the area, the break up of former Yugoslavia, and ethnic tensions in Kosovo. Transboundary river pollution and the development of international water basins call demand urgent regional co-operation, which will be facilitated by the International Network of Water-Environment Centres for the Balkans, the initiation of which is described in the final conclusions of the book.

Introduction and Key Issues
Workshop goals: A Balkan monitoring network
Sharing Transboundary Water Resources: The Role of Regional Partnerships in the Balkans
Electronic Networking: Essential ti Improved Transboundary Water Management in the Balkans
Case Studies
The Sava River
The Nestos/Mesta River: A Transboundary Water Quality Assessment
The Monitoring Programme of the Lake Ohrid Conservation Project
The Neretva River: Integrated Coastal Area and River Basin Management
Coastal Zone Management Applications in Turkey
The Status of Water Resources Monitoring in the Balkans
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Fyr of Macedonia
FR of Yugoslavia
Support for a Balkan Water Network
Eurowaternet: A Freshwater Monitoring and Reporting Network for All European Countries; T
Monitoring Water Systems: The USA Experience
Managing Human Resources for Water Monitoring: A Role for the International Water Environment Centre for the Balkans
The Status of Transboundary Water Resources in the Balkans: Establishing a Context for Hydrodiplomacy
A Plan for a Balkan Water-Environment Centre
Consensus on a Strategy
Conclusions and Recommendations: An International Network of Water-Environment Centres for the Balkans (Inweb)
List of Workshop Participants
Website contacts
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ISBN: 9780792365563
ISBN-10: 0792365569
Series: NATO Science Partnership Subseries: 2
Audience: General
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 254
Published: 30th September 2000
Country of Publication: NL
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.6
Weight (kg): 0.56

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