Global Change : Facing Risks and Threats to Water Resources

Proceedings of the 6th World FRIEND Conference, Fez (Morocco), 25-29 October 2010

Edited by Eric Servat, Siegfried Demuth, Alain Dezetter & Trevor Daniell
Co-edited by: Ennio Ferrari, Mustapha Ijjaali, Raouf Jabrane, Henny Van Lanen & Yan Huang.

IAHS Publ. 340 (2010) ISBN 978-1-907161-13-1, 704 + xiv pp. Price £115.00

Substantial contributions address: Hydro-hazards, Adaptation Strategies, Human Pressure on Limited Resources, Environmental Information and Monitoring Systems, and Large Scale Hydroclimatic Variability and Impact; these are the edited proceedings of the 6th World FRIEND Conference. FRIEND (Flow Regimes from International Experimental and Network Data) is an international research programme that helps to set up regional networks for analysing hydrological data, and aims to improve the understanding of hydrological variability and similarity across time and space through a mutual exchange of data, knowledge and techniques at the regional level.


Contents

    Eric Servat
    Preface

  1. Introduction
     
     
  2. Hydro-hazards
     
     
  3. Adaptation Strategies
     
     
  4. Anthropogenic Pressure on Limited Water Resources
     
     
  5. Environmental Information and Monitoring Systems
     
     
  6. Large Scale Hydroclimatic Variability and Impact
     
     

    Key word index, 695