Water vulnerability assessment framework

de Miguel, Angel ; Snethlage, Judit ; Daniels, Emma ; Froebrich, Jochen (2020) Water vulnerability assessment framework. p. 37. DOI 10.6092/unibo/amsacta/6309.
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Abstract

The present deliverable report is related to Task 1.4 of the MADFORWATER project. The aim of the current report is double: (1) To define a framework for the development and assessment of integrated water & land management strategies (IWLMS) at basin level. This will be subsequently implemented in WP5 and WP6 of the MADFORWATER project. (2) To assess water security on a scale lower than the national level (as it was done in Task 1.2 of the MADFORWATER project) in order to provide a better understanding of the current water management practices and water vulnerabilities of the MADFORWATER selected basins: Souss-Massa basin in Morocco, Cap-Bon and Miliane basin in Tunisia, and the North-Eastern Nile Delta sub-basin in Egypt. It became apparent, during the execution of the MADFORWATER project, the need to handle a stronger consistency of indicators and information across different scales. In this view, Deliverable 1.4 focused on a systematic analysis to understand how the impact of potential local measures in the field of wastewater reuse could be assessed at different scales. Results were then used to derivate the assessment framework accordingly.

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Monograph (Technical Report)
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CreatorsAffiliationORCID
de Miguel, AngelStichting Wageningen Research, WER
Snethlage, JuditStichting Wageningen Research, WER
Daniels, EmmaStichting Wageningen Research, WER
Froebrich, JochenStichting Wageningen Research, WER
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10 Jan 2020 10:31
Last modified
13 Jan 2020 09:08
Project name
MADFORWATER - DevelopMent AnD application of integrated technological and management solutions FOR wasteWATER treatment and efficient reuse in agriculture tailored to the needs of Mediterranean African Countries
Funding program
EC - H2020
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