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Year: 2013
The paper demonstrates the application of a new water accounting plus (WA+) framework to produce information on depletion of water resources, storage change, and land and water productivity in the Indus basin
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Year: 2013
Coping with water scarcity and growing competition for water among different sectors requires proper water management strategies and decision processes
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Year: 2012
The paper describes the application of a new Water Accounting Plus (WA+) framework to produce spatial information on water flows, sinks, uses, storages and assets, in the Indus Basin, South Asia
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Year: 2012
Coping with water scarcity requires improvement in the way that water is managed in most areas of the world
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Year: 2012
The surface energy fluxes and related evapotranspiration processes across the Indus Basin were estimated for the hydrological year 2007 using satellite measurements
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Year: 2011
Accurate estimates of evapotranspiration across different land uses are a major challenge in the process of understanding water availability and uses in a river basin
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Year: 2010
Water productivity in agriculture needs to be improved significantly in the coming decades to secure food supply to a growing world population
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Year: 2010
Water resources planning and management is fundamental for food security, environmental conservation, economic development and livelihoods
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Year: 2005
Water demands are outstripping supplies in many parts of Asia and causing conflicts, especially as rapidly urbanizing and industrializing areas compete with more traditional agriculture on alluvial plains near expanding metropolises
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