Low-quality water resources and their impact on regional supply and inter-sectoral water allocation in the Jordan valley.

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Year Published: 2002
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Author: Wolff, H. P. ; Doppler, W.
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The title research programme aims to: (1) assess future potential of low-quality water, especially the reuse of waste water; (2) analyse the role of agriculture in low-quality water and peoples' attitudes to using waste water and consuming the resulting products; (3) determine the consequences on the availability of water, procurement costs and pricing and allocation between agriculture and competing sectors by modelling future scenarios; and (4) analyse cross-border potentials of water use and management in the Israeli and Palestinian areas of the West Bank.

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Number: 6/2002
Journal: Reports and Working Papers - German Development Institute
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agriculture, consumption, costs, economics, farmers'attitudes, recycling, usage, waste water, water allocation, watermanagement, water quality, water resources, water use, Israel, Jordan,Palestine, West Bank, Middle East, West Asia, Asia, Palestine,Mediterranean Region, Developed Countries, Developing Countries,costings, peoples' attitudes, water composition and quality, waterresource management, Water Resources (PP200), Human Wastes and Refuse(XX300), Community Participation and Development (UU450) (New March2000), Natural Resource Economics (EE115) (New March 2000)

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