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nr titel auteur tijdschrift jaar jaarg. afl. pagina('s) type
1 Achieving water security’s full goals through better integration of rivers’ diverse and distinct values Opperman, J.J.

4-5 C p.
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2 A community approach to promote household water security: Combining centralized and decentralized access in remote Alaskan communities Eichelberger, Laura

4-5 C p.
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3 Advancing human capabilities for water security: A relational approach Jepson, Wendy
2017
4-5 C p. 46-52
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4 Advancing methods for research on household water insecurity: Studying entitlements and capabilities, socio-cultural dynamics, and political processes, institutions and governance Wutich, Amber
2017
4-5 C p. 1-10
artikel
5 A dynamic framework for flood risk Barendrecht, Marlies H.
2017
4-5 C p. 3-11
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6 A dynamic framework for water security Srinivasan, V.
2017
4-5 C p. 12-20
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7 A hydro-climatological outlook on the long-term availability of water resources in Cauvery river basin Gowri, R.

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8 An analysis of spatio-temporal variability of terrestrial water storage in India Munagapati, H.

4-5 C p.
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9 Are intra- and inter-basin water transfers a sustainable policy intervention for addressing water scarcity? Purvis, Logan

4-5 C p.
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10 Assessing the feasibility of climate change adaptation options in the water sector: Examples from rural and urban landscapes Singh, Chandni

4-5 C p.
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11 A synthesis of drought prediction research over India Nayak, Munir Ahmad

4-5 C p.
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12 A systematic literature review and content analysis combination to “shed some light” on stream daylighting (Deculverting) Khirfan, Luna

4-5 C p.
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13 Australian water security framings across administrative levels Taylor, Katherine Selena

4-5 C p.
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14 Boundaries of benefit sharing: Mapping conflict and cooperation in the Lake Malawi/Niassa/Nyasa sub-basin Fatch, Joanna
2018
4-5 C p. 26-36
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15 Challenging anthropocentric stormwater management: Advancing legislation for environmental sustainability in the United States Darnthamrongkul, Wilasinee

4-5 C p.
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16 Climate change, water, and human health research in the Arctic Harper, Sherilee L.

4-5 C p.
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17 Climate informed seasonal forecast of water availability in Central Asia: State-of-the-art and decision making context Gerlitz, Lars

4-5 C p.
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18 Climate-related thresholds in lake ice and the associated environmental and social systems Beyene, Mussie T.

4-5 C p.
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19 Community based collective action for safe water in rural sub-Saharan Africa Bisung, Elijah

4-5 C p.
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20 Compensating for the socioeconomic costs of catchment protection: The case of China’s South-North Water Transfer Pohlner, Huw
2019
4-5 C p.
artikel
21 Contents 2017
4-5 C p. i
artikel
22 Contents 2017
4-5 C p. ii
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23 Contextualizing linkages between water security and global health in Africa, Asia and Europe. Geography matters in research, policy and practice Anthonj, Carmen

4-5 C p.
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24 Decision-making and integrated assessment models of the water-energy-food nexus Rising, James

4-5 C p.
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25 Drivers and barriers to urban water reuse: A systematic review Lee, Kyungsun

4-5 C p.
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26 Drought detection and declaration in India Bhardwaj, Kunal

4-5 C p.
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27 Editorial Board 2017
4-5 C p. i
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28 Editorial Board 2017
4-5 C p. IFC
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29 Erratum regarding missing Declaration of Competing Interest statements in previously published articles
4-5 C p.
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30 Evaluation methods of flood risk models in the (re)insurance industry Franco, Guillermo

4-5 C p.
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31 Exploring a water data, evidence, and governance theory Zogheib, Charles
2018
4-5 C p. 19-25
artikel
32 Exploring the relation between flood risk management and flood resilience Disse, M.

4-5 C p.
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33 Four dimensions of water security with a case of the indirect role of water in global food security Varis, Olli
2017
4-5 C p. 36-45
artikel
34 Framework for climate proofing of flood risk management strategies in Finland Parjanne, Antti

4-5 C p.
artikel
35 Governing a shared hidden resource: A review of governance mechanisms for transboundary groundwater security Albrecht, Tamee R.
2017
4-5 C p. 43-56
artikel
36 Ground-tested principles of designing a robust drinking water treatment system Sewak, Ravindra

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37 Harnessing smart technology for private well risk assessment and communication Hoffman, Tanner
2019
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38 Hazard at weather scale for extreme rainfall forecast reduces uncertainty Tripathy, Shrabani S.

4-5 C p.
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39 How can we plan resilient systems of nature-based mitigation measures in larger catchments for flood risk reduction now and in the future? Hankin, Barry

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40 Human dimensions of urban water resilience: Perspectives from Cape Town, Kingston upon Hull, Mexico City and Miami Bruce, Alexa

4-5 C p.
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41 In full transition: Key impacts of vanishing mountain ice on water-security at local to global scales Haeberli, Wilfried

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42 Integrating agent-based approaches with flood risk models: A review and perspective Aerts, Jeroen C.J.H.

4-5 C p.
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43 Interdisciplinary information for achieving water security James, L. Douglas
2017
4-5 C p. 19-31
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44 Invisible water security: Moisture recycling and water resilience Keys, Patrick W.

4-5 C p.
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45 Key issues in drought preparedness: Reflections on experiences and strategies in the United States and selected countries Cai, Ximing
2017
4-5 C p. 32-42
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46 Large-scale flood risk assessment and management: Prospects of a systems approach Schröter, Kai

4-5 C p.
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47 Linking water (in)security and wellbeing in low-and middle-income countries Kangmennaang, Joseph

4-5 C p.
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48 Making concrete flexible: Adapting the operating rules of the Cantareira water system (São Paulo, Brazil) de Souza Leão, Renata
2019
4-5 C p.
artikel
49 Needed: A systems approach to improve flood risk mitigation through private precautionary measures Barendrecht, M.H.

4-5 C p.
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50 Need of integrated monitoring on reference glacier catchments for future water security in Himalaya Azam, Mohd. Farooq

4-5 C p.
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51 On the need of ensemble flood forecast in India Nanditha, J.S.

4-5 C p.
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52 Paradigmatic changes required in water resources management to benefit from probabilistic forecasts Todini, Ezio

4-5 C p. 9-17
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53 Perspectives and challenges of applying the water-food-energy nexus approach to lake eutrophication modelling Tong, Yindong

4-5 C p.
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54 Planning for sustained water-electricity resilience over the U.S.: Persistence of current water-electricity operations and long-term transformative plans Voisin, Nathalie
2019
4-5 C p.
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55 Political economy of water reallocation in South Africa: Insights from the Western Cape water crisis Rawlins, Jonathan
2019
4-5 C p.
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56 Providing water security in India by conserving and utilizing flood flows Jain, Sharad K.

4-5 C p.
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57 Publisher’s Note 2019
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58 Pursuing water security Lall, Upmanu
2017
4-5 C p. 1-2
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59 Pursuing water security in socio-hydrological systems Scott, Christopher A.

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60 Reallocation through irrigation modernization: The ‘once-in-a-hundred-year’ opportunity of the North-South Pipeline, Australia O'Donnell, Erin L.
2019
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61 Recent advances in paleoflood hydrology: From new archives to data compilation and analysis Wilhelm, Bruno

4-5 C p. 1-8
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62 Remote sensing-based assessments of land use, soil and vegetation status, crop production and water use in irrigation systems of the Aral Sea Basin. A review Conrad, Christopher

4-5 C p.
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63 Reservoirs: New challenges for ecosystem studies and environmental management Galizia Tundisi, José
2018
4-5 C p. 1-7
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64 Resilience by design: A deep uncertainty approach for water systems in a changing world Brown, Casey

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65 Resilience by design in Mexico City: A participatory human-hydrologic systems approach St. George Freeman, Sarah

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66 Resilience of Water Resource Systems: Lessons from England Hall, Jim W.

4-5 C p.
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67 Resilience principles in socio-hydrology: A case-study review Penny, Gopal
2018
4-5 C p. 37-43
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68 Salinization in large river deltas: Drivers, impacts and socio-hydrological feedbacks Rahman, M.M.
2019
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69 Savior of rural landscapes or Solomon’s choice? Colorado’s experiment with alternative transfer methods for water (ATMs) Dilling, Lisa
2019
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70 Scalable solutions to freshwater scarcity: Advancing theories of change to incentivise sustainable water use Garrick, D.

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71 Scarcity of fresh water resources in the Ganges Delta of Bangladesh Murshed, Sonia Binte
2018
4-5 C p. 8-18
artikel
72 Shifting currents: Managing freshwater systems for ecological resilience in a changing climate Grantham, Theodore E.

4-5 C p.
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73 Socio-economic impacts of flooding: A review of the empirical literature Allaire, Maura

4-5 C p. 18-26
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74 Socio-hydrological assessment of water security in canal irrigation systems: A conjoint quantitative analysis of equity and reliability Siddiqi, Afreen
2018
4-5 C p. 44-55
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75 State of Himalayan cryosphere and implications for water security Kulkarni, Anil V.

4-5 C p.
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76 Stochastic watershed models for hydrologic risk management Vogel, Richard M.
2017
4-5 C p. 28-35
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77 Tailored flood risk management: Accounting for socio-economic and cultural differences when designing strategies Klijn, Frans

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78 The need to integrate flood and drought disaster risk reduction strategies Ward, Philip J.

4-5 C p.
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79 The potential of the private sector in combating water scarcity: The economics Debaere, Peter

4-5 C p.
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80 The role of prices in managing water scarcity Zetland, David

4-5 C p.
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81 The state and future of the cryosphere in Central Asia Barandun, Martina

4-5 C p.
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82 The suitability of water scarcity indicators to the Indian context Singh, Riddhi

4-5 C p.
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83 Towards a broadened view of water security in mining regions Kunz, Nadja C.

4-5 C p.
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84 Towards adaptive asset management in flood risk management: A policy framework Sayers, Paul

4-5 C p.
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85 Understanding policy change in flood risk management Penning-Rowsell, Edmund C.
2017
4-5 C p. 11-18
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86 Understanding water rights and water trading systems in China: A systematic framework Zheng, Hang

4-5 C p.
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87 Unequal distribution: Academic knowledge production on water governance in Central Asia Sehring, Jenniver

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88 Urban resilience: From a limited urban engineering vision to a more global comprehensive and long-term implementation Heinzlef, Charlotte

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89 Water access transformations: Metrics, infrastructure, and inequities Stevenson, Edward G.J.

4-5 C p.
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90 Water availability on the Third Pole: A review Zhang, Fan
2019
4-5 C p.
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91 Water is a master variable: Solving for resilience in the modern era Boltz, Frederick

4-5 C p.
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92 Water reallocation, benefit sharing, and compensation in northeastern Mexico: A retrospective assessment of El Cuchillo Dam Aguilar-Barajas, Ismael

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93 Water-related sustainable development goal accelerators: A rapid review Taing, Lina

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94 Water resources stewardship in an era of rapid change Lausier, Anne M.
2019
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95 Water security in high mountain cities of the Andes under a growing population and climate change: A case study of La Paz and El Alto, Bolivia Kinouchi, Tsuyoshi
2019
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96 Water security in practice: The quantity-quality-society nexus Gunda, Thushara
2019
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97 Water transfers between agricultural and urban users in the region of Valencia (Spain). A case of weak governance? Sanchis-Ibor, Carles
2019
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98 Water-use efficiency and productivity improvements towards a sustainable pathway for meeting future water demand Unver, Olcay
2017
4-5 C p. 21-27
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