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  • Drinking water ; Germany ; Industry ; Mine ; Saxony-Anhalt ; Water ; Water needs ; Water pollution ; Water quality
  • finally feeding of external water via a system of long distance pipelines became necessary. After decline and discontinuance of mining and industries as results of transformation process, drinking water supply is again ensured. - (HPB)
  • Excessive mining and mining industry in GDR times resulted in a considerable lowering of the ground water table and contamination of the ground and flowing waters with the effect of undersupply of potable water for the inhabitants in the area. So
  • 2000
  • Privatising water : BoTT and hydropolitics in the new South Africa
  • Drinking water ; Household equipment ; KwaZulu-Natal ; Local policy ; Privatisation ; Rural community ; Sanitation improvement ; Service ; South Africa ; Water ; Water management
  • Access to water and sanitation services remains highly correlated to wealth and race in post-apartheid South Africa, with rural communities the most disadvantaged. The delivery of basic services such as water and electricity to communities denied
  • 2000
  • Asian part of Russia ; Buryatiya ; Drinking water ; Groundwater ; Hydrochemistry ; Lake ; Organic materials ; Quantitative analysis ; Stream ; Surface water ; Water ; Water quality
  • 2000
  • Algae ; Biological indicator ; Comparative study ; Drinking water ; Heavy metals ; Hydrochemistry ; Pollution ; Toxic product ; Water ; Water pollution ; Water quality
  • 2000
  • Drinking water ; Groundwater ; Heavy metals ; Hydrochemistry ; Quantitative analysis ; South Korea
  • 2000
  • Distribution network ; Drinking water ; Facilities ; Morocco ; Urban infrastructure ; Water ; Water management
  • 2000
  • Drinking water ; France ; Ile-de-France ; Impact ; Rainstorm ; Sanitation improvement ; Water ; Water management
  • 2000
  • Alluvium ; Decision making process ; Drinking water ; Environmental conservation ; France ; Hydrosystem ; Landscape ; Lorraine ; Moselle ; Quarry ; Resource management ; Stream ; Valley ; Water resources
  • 2000
  • Trends of water quality of the Elbe River
  • Czech Republic ; Fluvial water ; Pollution ; Stream ; Water ; Water pollution ; Water quality
  • In the nineteens, a rapid reduction of water pollution in the elbe River has been achieved due to limitation of emissions from major industrial sources of point pollution in the upper and middle cours (1994-1995). The non-point sources are playing
  • 2000
  • Field water surplus and deficit of major crops in dryland of northern China
  • Agroclimatology ; Arid area ; China ; Climatic data ; Crop ; Evapotranspiration ; Irrigation ; Northern China ; Precipitation ; Soil properties ; Water ; Water balance ; Water needs
  • Based on measurements of soil and crop characteristics and mean climatic data (1950-1980), this paper discusses field water surplus or deficit and its pattern of major crops in dryland of northern China, aiming to provide a scientific basis
  • for raising water use efficiency and irrigation scheme designation.
  • 2000
  • Regime of subsurface water resources in shallow groundwater agricultural fields
  • Agroclimatology ; China ; Evapotranspiration ; Groundwater ; Irrigation ; Shandong ; Soil water ; Sustainable development ; Water ; Water regime
  • In shallow groundwater agricultural fields, water exchanges between groundwater and soil water happen frequently and intensively. This paper analyzes the regime of subsurface water during the growing period of winter wheat from October 1998 to June
  • 1999 in Yucheng area. The results showed that a significant proportion of field evapotranspiration was supplied by groundwater evaporation, whereas the role of groundwater evaporation was not considered during irrigation, leading to soil water
  • percolation into groundwater. In order to improve water use efficiency of crops, some measures were put forward in the paper.
  • 2000
  • Mitigating conflicts over scarce water resources in the Highland-Lowland system of Mount Kenya
  • Agriculture ; Agro-pastoralism ; Conflict ; Development strategy ; Gardening ; Kenya ; Mountain ; Water ; Water management ; Water resources
  • Mount Kenya region is witnessing increasing conflicts over water resources. Mount Kenya itself is like a water tower to the footzones and adjoining lowlands area of the Upper Ewaso Ng'iro Basin. Since independence (1964), pastoralism and large
  • ranches and farms have been replaced with small agropastoralists, export-oriented horticulture, and a network of towns and trading centers. Paper discusses how to mitigate emerging conflicts among these water users via a multilevel strategy. - (SLD)
  • 2000
  • Applied ecology ; Classification ; Ecosystem ; Longitudinal section ; South Africa ; Stream ; Water ; Water management ; Water quality
  • The recognition of the Reserve by the new South African Water Law poses challenges for river scientists. The ecological water requirement or environmental flow is recognised by that part of the Reserve know as the ecological Reserve
  • 2000
  • Impact of carbo-gaseous saline waters registered by soils
  • Auvergne ; Cantal ; France ; Geochemistry ; Impact ; Mineral water ; Soil ; Soil properties ; Soil water ; Spatial variation ; Springs
  • The aims of this paper were to determine the impact of the mineral waters on the mineralogical and chemical composition of the soils and the spatial variability of this impact, and to determine the consequences of this mineral formation
  • 2000
  • Analysis of 20th century rainfall and streamflow to characterize drought and water resources in Puerto Rico
  • Classification ; Drought ; Island ; Precipitation ; Puerto Rico ; Tropical zone ; Twentieth Century ; Water ; Water management ; Water resources ; Years 1960-69 ; Years 1970-79 ; Years 1990-99
  • and per capita water consumption have increased dramatically, while reservoir storage capacity has declined.
  • 2000
  • Fishing ; Forest ; Legislation ; Natural resources ; Resource management ; South Africa ; Sustainable development ; Water
  • The rapid evolution of environmental planning and sustainability in South Africa is catching up with resource management in the renewable sectors, namely water, soil, forests and fisheries. The National Water Act is taken as an example
  • 2000
  • Concept ; Drought ; Perception ; United States of America ; Urban climate ; Vulnerability ; Water management ; Water needs
  • , including plans and activities to manage water supply and demand.
  • 2000
  • Allocation ; Economic model ; Price ; Spain ; Water ; Water economics ; Water management ; Water resources
  • 2000
  • Soil loss modelling in the Lesotho Highlands water Project catchment areas
  • Environmental management ; Lesotho ; Modelling ; Mountain ; Soil conservation ; Soil erosion ; Water management ; Watershed
  • Curbing soil erosion is essential to ensure the sustainable use of land within the Lesotho Highlands Water Project catchments. Models of soil loss were developed. The identification of land facets with severe erosion potential and the derivation
  • 2000
  • Africa ; Livestock ; Livestock farming ; Management ; Sahel ; Semi-arid area ; Village ; Water economics ; Water management ; Water needs ; Water supply ; Waterpoint
  • 2000