Knowledge base for transboundary water allocation

This chapter discusses the need for and importance of a shared knowledge base (e.g. available water resources, water uses and needs) at the basin or aquifer level in relation to transboundary water allocation. It also considers means to gather that knowledge, including water resources assessment, water uses and needs assessment and transboundary impact assessments. In addition, it presents structured decision-making approaches and systems as tools for building management responses in a transboundary context.

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