Research & Application

Related Publications

  1. Global Water Partnership, 2012. Water Demand Management: The Mediterranean Experience. Technical Focus Paper 1.
  2. Brown, A., and Matlock, M.D., 2011. A Review of Water Scarcity Indices and Methodologies. University of Arkansas: The Sustainability Consortium, White Paper #106 | April 2011.
  3. Soboll, A., Elbers, M., Barthel, R., Schmude, J., Ernst, A., Ziller, R., 2011. Integrated regional modelling and scenario development to evaluate future water demand under global change conditions. Mitig Adapt Strateg Glob Change (2011) 16:477–498 doi:10.1007/s11027-010-9274-6
  4. Morrison, J., Morikawa, M., Murphy, M., Schulte, P., 2009. Water Scarcity and Climate Change: Growing Risks for Businesses and Investors. A Ceres and Pacific Institute Report. Online at: “available”
  5. Vairavamoorthy, K., Gorantiwar, D.S., Pathirana, A., 2008. Managing urban water supplies in developing countries – Climate change and water scarcity scenarios. Physics and Chemistry of the Earth 33: 330 – 339. doi:10.1016/j.pce.2008.02.008
  6. Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), 2007. Water News, Hot Issues: Water Scarcity, “available”
  7. Jury, W.A., and Vaux, H.J., 2007. The Emerging Global Water Crisis: Managing Water Scarcity and Conflict Between Water Users. Advances in Agronomy, Vol. 95, Elsevier Inc.
  8. Mehta, L., 2007. Whose Scarcity? Whose Property? The Case of Water in Western India. Land Use Policy 24: 654 – 663. doi:10.1016/j.landusepol.2006.05.009
  9. United Nations – Water, 2007. Coping with water scarcity: challenge of the twenty-first century. World Water Day, 2007: “available”
  10. Langridge, R., Christian-Smith, J. and Lohse, K.A., 2006. Access and resilience: Analyzing the construction of social resilience to the threat of water scarcity, Ecology and Society 11 (2): 18. [online] “available”
  11. Rijsberman, F.R., 2006. Water Scarcity: Fact or Fiction? Agricultural Water Management 80: 5 – 22. doi:10.1016/j.agwat.2005.07.001
  12. United Nations – Water, 2006. Coping with water scarcity: A strategic issue and priority for system-wide action. Thematic Initiatives.
  13. Miller, J.E., 2003. Review of Water Resources and Desalination Technologies. Sandia National Laboratories Albuquerque, New Mexico 87185 and Livermore, California 94550.
  14. Rosegrant, M.W., Cai, X., Cline, S.A., 2002. Averting an Impending Crisis, Global Water Outlook to 2025, Food Policy Report, International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  15. Roudi-Fahimi, F., Creel, L., and De Souza, R-M., 2002. Finding the Balance: Population and Water Scarcity in the Middle East and North Africa. Population Reference Bureau.
  16. Herbertson, P.W., Tate, E.L., 2001. Tools for Water Use and Demand Management in South Africa. World Meteorological Organization, Technical Reports in Hydrology and Water Resources: No. 73 “available”
  17. Seckler, D., Amarasinghe, U., Molden, D.J., de Silva, R., Barker, R., 1998. WorldWater Demand and Supply, 1990 to 2025: Scenarios and Issues. IWMI Research Report 19. IWMI, Colombo, Sri Lanka.
  18. Gleick, P.H., 1996. Basic Water Requirements for Human Activities: Meeting Basic Needs. Water International (IWRA) 21: 83-92. doi:10.1080/02508069608686494
  19. Gleick, P. 1995. Human Population and Water: To the limits in the 21st Century. Human Population and Water, Fisheries, and Coastal Areas. Washington, D.C.: American Association for the Advancement of Science Symposium, 1995.
  20. Falkenmark, M, and Widstrand, C., 1992. Population and Water Resources: A Delicate Balance. Population Bulletin, Population Reference Bureau.
  21. Falkenmark, Μ., 1989. The massive water scarcity threatening Africa-why isn’t it being addressed. Ambio 18 (2): 112 – 118.
  22. Falkenmark, M., Lundquist, J.,Widstrand, C., 1989. Macro-scale water scarcity requires micro-scale approaches: aspects of vulnerability in semi-arid development. Nat. Resour. Forum 13: 258–267. doi: 0165-0203/89/040258-10