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Illustrative Cases for Teaching IWRM (Volume I) : A Compendium of Ten Illustrative Cases from South Asia

de SaciWATERs.
Collation: 1 vol. (108 p.) : tabl., graph. ; 24 cm.Édition: Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Inde : SaciWATERs, 2010.Contenu: vIntroduction -- Water and women on a tea estate in Sri Lanka / Saliya De Silva (p.1-10) -- Why is Meda Ela so murky / M.I.M. Mowjood (p.11-20) – “Unlike people, Meda Ela does not complain” / Shamala Kumar and Tehani Gunawardena (p.21-30) -- The tale of a tank / C. Sivayoganathan (p.31-42) -- Rural-Urban water transfer in two cities in Tamil Nadu / Prakash Nelliyat (p.43-57) -- Pollution seeped into lives of people of Orthapalayam / R. Saravanan and Prakash Nelliyat (p.58-65) -- Where have fish from the Krishnagiri reservoir gone ? / S. Ravichandran (p.66-71) -- Embedding social equity in governance of the Chattis Mauja irrigation system / Ashutosh Shukla (p.72-86) -- Establishing claims on water in Chitwan, Nepal / Rupak Bastola and Ashutosh Shukla (p.87-97) -- Contesting claims and sharing water of Begnas Lake / Mohan Bikram Prajapati and Ashutosh Shukla (p.98-108Thématique: Développement | Aménagement, grands travaux | Education, formationThématique spécifique: Institutions | Irrigation | Projet de développement | Pollution | Ressources naturelles | Organisations féminines | Femme | Femme | Réservoir d'eau | Gestion des ressources en eauGéographique: Asie du sud | Bangladesh | Népal | Sri Lanka | IndeType de document: OuvrageLangue du document: anglaisPays d'édition: IndeNote: SaciWATERs = South Asia Consortium for Intedisciplinary Water Resources Studies
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SaciWATERs = South Asia Consortium for Intedisciplinary Water Resources Studies

vIntroduction -- Water and women on a tea estate in Sri Lanka / Saliya De Silva (p.1-10) -- Why is Meda Ela so murky / M.I.M. Mowjood (p.11-20) – “Unlike people, Meda Ela does not complain” / Shamala Kumar and Tehani Gunawardena (p.21-30) -- The tale of a tank / C. Sivayoganathan (p.31-42) -- Rural-Urban water transfer in two cities in Tamil Nadu / Prakash Nelliyat (p.43-57) -- Pollution seeped into lives of people of Orthapalayam / R. Saravanan and Prakash Nelliyat (p.58-65) -- Where have fish from the Krishnagiri reservoir gone ? / S. Ravichandran (p.66-71) -- Embedding social equity in governance of the Chattis Mauja irrigation system / Ashutosh Shukla (p.72-86) -- Establishing claims on water in Chitwan, Nepal / Rupak Bastola and Ashutosh Shukla (p.87-97) -- Contesting claims and sharing water of Begnas Lake / Mohan Bikram Prajapati and Ashutosh Shukla (p.98-108

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