Watershed Management Documents

Use of Historical Data as a Decision Support Tool in Watershed Management: A Case Study of the Upper Nilwala Basin in Sri Lanka.  

Use of Historical Data as a Decision Support Tool in Watershed Management: A Case Study of the Upper Nilwala Basin in Sri Lanka.

Watershed analysis provides a framework for ecosystem management, which is currently the best option for conservation and management of natural resources.The water cycle regulates and reflects the natural variability of the physical processes which impact on ecosystems.

Published by: International Water Management Institute (IWMI) -
Uploaded on: Sep 2009
File size: 556 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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State of the Basin Report 2003  

State of the Basin Report 2003

.The State of the Basin Report 2003 reviews the main water-related sectors of fisheries, agriculture, forestry, hydropower, trade and transport, domestic water, sanitation and flooding in the four Lower Mekong Basin countries of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam.


Uploaded on: Jul 2006
File size: 11 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Review and Analysis of Existing Documentation on Policies, Rules and Regulations related to Watershed Management  

Review and Analysis of Existing Documentation on Policies, Rules and Regulations related to Watershed Management

A firm knowledge and understanding of existing policies, rules and regulations related to watershed management within the four member countries of the Mekong River Commission (MRC) is essential.


Uploaded on: Jul 2006
File size: 247 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Enabling Regulations , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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The new Generation of Watershed Management Programmes and Projects  

The new Generation of Watershed Management Programmes and Projects

A resource book for practitioners and local decision-makers.On the occasion of the International Year of Mountains 2002, FAO and its partners undertook a large-scale assessment and global review of the current status and future trends of integrated and participatory watershed management.

Published by: Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) -
Uploaded on: Mar 2007
File size: 2.4 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Scaling Up Soil Conservation Programs: The Case of Landcare in the Philippines.  

Scaling Up Soil Conservation Programs: The Case of Landcare in the Philippines.

Soil erosion is a major concern in the Philippine uplands where poor households farm sloping lands that are ill suited to intensive cultivation.

Published by: World Agroforestry Center -
Uploaded on: Sep 2009
File size: 171 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Review of Policies and Institutions Related to Management of Upper Watershed Catchments   Lao PDR, Main Report and Annex,  

Review of Policies and Institutions Related to Management of Upper Watershed Catchments - Lao PDR, Main Report and Annex,


Published by: Regional Environmental Technical Assistance 5771 - Poverty Reduction & Environmental Management in Remote Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) Watersheds Pr -
Uploaded on: Apr 2003
File size: 432 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Development Concepts/Approaches , Organisational Analysis/Development , Organization/Management , Sector Policies/Programmes , Watershed Management
Category: Society

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Integrated Watershed Management Planning in the Lower Mekong Basin  

Integrated Watershed Management Planning in the Lower Mekong Basin

The incorporation of watershed management objectives into local and national development planning can be accomplished by means of integrated planning at all administrative levels and across political boundaries of the Lower Mekong Region.


Uploaded on: Jul 2006
File size: 779 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Planning Processes , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Running Pure: The Importance of Forest Protected Areas to Drinking Water  

Running Pure: The Importance of Forest Protected Areas to Drinking Water

Over the past 100 years, the world population has grown three times.With the rise in population, the number of cities has also increased from 43 cities in 1900 to around 800 cities in 1990.

Published by: World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) -
Uploaded on: Feb 2006
File size: 2.1 MB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Financial Mechanisms And Incentives , Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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Emerging Approaches to Watershed Governance   New Approaches to Guide Sustainable Ecological, Economic, and Organizational Performance Within The Wate  

Emerging Approaches to Watershed Governance - New Approaches to Guide Sustainable Ecological, Economic, and Organizational Performance Within The Wate

This report summarizes the current findings of a long-term research project on watershed governance by The Center For Watershed and Community Health in the Mark O.Hatfield School of Government at Portland State University.


Uploaded on: Mar 2008
File size: 175 KB - Language: English
Keyword(s): Watershed Management
Category: Inland Waters

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