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Global water resources affected by human interventions and climate change

Submitted by Water Team on 30 April, 2014 - 18:10

Humans directly change the dynamics of the water cycle through dams constructed for water storage, and through water withdrawals for industrial, agricultural, or domestic purposes. Climate change is expected to additionally affect water supply and demand. Here, analyses of climate change and direct human impacts on the terrestrial water cycle are presented and compared using a multimodel approach.

SOIL AS A NATURAL RAINGAUGE: ESTIMATING GLOBAL RAINFALL FROM SATELLITE SOIL MOISTURE DATA

Submitted by Cesar CARMONA-MORENO on 30 April, 2014 - 17:54

Measuring precipitation intensity is not straightforward and over many areas, ground observations are lacking and satellite observations are used to fill this gap. The most common way of retrieving rainfall is by addressing the problem "top-down" by inverting the atmospheric signals reflected or radiated by atmospheric hydrometeors. However, most applications are interested in how much water reaches the ground, a problem that is notoriously difficult to solve from a "top down" perspective.

Reunion de Lancement du Projet MEKROU - Photos

Submitted by Water Team on 4 April, 2014 - 14:36

Quelques photos de la reunion de lancement ... N'hesitez pas a charger vos images.

Inter-American Development Bank Sustainability Report 2013 (Report Summary)

Submitted by Celine Dondeynaz on 4 April, 2014 - 09:16

Bayesian Networks – Principles and Application to Modelling water, governance and human development indicators in Developing Countries

Submitted by Cesar CARMONA-MORENO on 3 April, 2014 - 17:23
1.What is probability?
2.The Bayes Theorem
*Deduction of the theorem
*The Balls problem
3.Introduction to Bayesian Networks
*Historical background

World Water Development Report 2014, Water and Energy

Submitted by Celine Dondeynaz on 3 April, 2014 - 12:37
 

In view of the post-2015 Sustainable Development Goals, likely to include increased access to water and energy services, this fifth edition of the United Nations World Water Development Report (WWDR 2014) seeks to inform decision-makers (inside and outside the water and energy domains), stakeholders and practitioners about the interlinkages, potential synergies and trade-offs, and to highlight the need for appropriate responses and regulatory frameworks that account for both water and energy priorities.

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