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«Society – Water – Technology»

Practices of RegulationCultural and Social Preconditions of the Ethical DiscourseWater Ethics and Specific Water ConflictsWater Conveyance from the Red Sea and the Mediterranean SeaThe Lower Jordan BasinThe Need for Water Ethics Beyond Value AssignmentWater Resources, Cooperation and Power Asymmetries in the Water Management of the Lower Jordan Valley: The Situation Today and the Path that Has Led ThereSignificance and Exemplary Importance of the Case StudiesUnpredictable Transboundary FlowsEnvironmental Consequences of Current Water UsesConcluding RemarksNavigable WaterwaysDefining the ProblemPrinciples, Trends and Framework Conditions of Major Water Engineering ProjectsWater ConflictsManagement StructuresResearching the Fergana Valley: Tasks and TopicsWater Resources of the Lower Jordan BasinInterdisciplinary Research on Water ResourcesSome Economics of Water PricingEconomical Necessities to Maintain Irrigation InfrastructuresWater Scarcity in the Jordan River BasinTransformation and Path Dependencies in Fergana Valley's Post-Soviet Irrigation SystemPractices of RepresentationPractices of EducationWater Ethics – Orientation for Water Conflicts as Part of Interand Transdisciplinary DeliberationCurrent Status of WUAsThe Interdisciplinary Research Tradition of the BerlinBrandenburg Academy of Sciences and HumanitiesDiscussion of Water Management ImpactsClimate and DemographyPersistence and Change Within Uzbekistan's Water ManagementAwareness-Raising MeasuresEconomic Instruments and IncentivesWater UseDemographyImproving Responsiveness and ResponsibilityThe Peace Treaty Between Israel and JordanProposed StrategiesGovernance ShortcomingsThe Concept of Total Economic ValueExtension of Wastewater Treatment PlantsWater Technologies – Uses and FunctionsWho Should Bear the Full Costs of Water Services?Ecological Challenges, Social and Economic Opportunities: The Multiple Facets of Major Water Engineering ProjectsCan Israel Serve as a Role Model? 10 Lessons to Be LearntAgricultural Water UseThe Oslo II AgreementBuilding Water Security Through Political ReformsIrrigation Infrastructure in Fergana Today: Ecological Implications – Economic NecessitiesNo Freedom for Individual ChoiceThe Water Swap Memorandum of UnderstandingControversial Discussions About Benefits and Costs of Major Water Engineering ProjectsCollector-Drainage NetworkThe Lower Jordan River Basin and the Red Sea–Dead Sea Conveyance ProjectTheory, the Market and the State: Agricultural Reforms in Post Socialist Uzbekistan Between Economic Incentives and Institutional ObstaclesThe Governance ApproachWater ProductivityPolitical and Institutional ObstaclesPost-Soviet Transformation as a Multi-dimensional, Long-Term ProcessMediterranean Sea–Dead Sea Water ConveyanceObjectives and ApproachClimateWestern ModernityProtection of the Agricultural SectorHydrological CharacteristicsAcknowledgementsWater EthicsV Outlook and Options for ActionWater StorageWhere Water Meets Agriculture: The Ambivalent Role of Water Users AssociationsSocial ConflictsThe Johnston PlanJordan's Shadow State and Water Management: Prospects for Water Security Will Depend on Politics and Regional CooperationPractices of LeadershipLessons Learnt, Open Research Questions and RecommendationsGeography (Geomorphological Structure)Review of the Literature on Water EthicsDefinition of Major Water Engineering Projects – A ProposalIV The Lower Jordan Valley – The Red Sea-Dead Sea onveyance Project and Its Complex HistoryNational and Regional SolutionsConcluding RemarksJudaism, Christianity, and IslamWater Governance: A Systemic ApproachStrengthening International Coordination and Cooperation Around WEPsDiscussionDead Sea Reclamation Based on Recycled WaterEnhancing Planning Processes and Evaluation Tools for MWEPsCross-Analysis of the Case StudiesConcluding RemarksSelection of the Case Studies: A Wide Spectrum of Socio-Economic and Ecological Framework ConditionsLarge-Scale Restoration ProjectsSalient Features of Fergana's Irrigation SystemConcluding CommentsThe Value of Water in Different CulturesWater DistributionMajor Engineering Projects in the Water SectorLand Use and Agricultural ProductionNeglected Values of Major Water Engineering Projects: Ecosystem Services, Social Impacts, and Economic ValuationEarly Origins of WUAsWUAs as Building Blocks of Irrigation Management in the Fergana ValleySubjects of Water EthicsWUAs as Models for Emulation?Water Resources Management in the Fergana ValleyHow to Cover the Cost of Dead Sea Reclamation?The Fergana ValleyTransformation and Path Dependencies in Fergana Valley's Post-Soviet AgriculturePolitics of WaterSpatial Reform of WUAsGeographical Rescaling After IndependenceOrganisational Structure of WUAsProposed ActionsThe Emergence of Major Water Engineering Projects Worldwide: Large Dams on the AdvanceWUAs in the Global Discourse on Integrated Water Resources ManagementI Context and ObjectivesIII The Fergana Valley – Uzbekistan's Hydro-Agricultural System Between Inertia and ChangeSouthern Route (Ashkelon → Qumran)Aims and Working Structure of the Interdisciplinary Research Group Society – Water – TechnologyMaking Ecosystem Services and Distributional Concerns Visible and Incorporating Them into Decision MakingMWEPs as Coupled Technical-Social-Environmental SystemsLack of Clearly Defined Water Rights and Unclear Role of Water Users AssociationsHistory of Water Conflicts, Cooperation and TreatiesThe Evolution of Israel's Water and Agrarian PolicyDealing with ComplexityEcological Trade-OffsSystem Theory RevisitedThe Agreement Concerning the Utilisation of the Yarmuk WatersFrom Upscaling to Rescaling: Transforming the Fergana Basin from Tsarist Irrigation to Water Management for an Independent UzbekistanThe Red Sea–Dead Sea Water Conveyance Study ProgrammeAn Evaluation Framework of MWEPsDesalinationSubstantial and Procedural Aspects of Water EthicsResearch in Two Case Studies: Irrigation and Land Use in the Fergana Valley and Water Management in the Lower Jordan ValleyBetween Multiple Transformations and Systemic Path DependenciesII Major Water Engineering Projects – Challenges, Problems, OpportunitiesWater BalanceWhat Are the Full Costs of Water and Its Services?The Shadow StateInterbasin Water-Transfer ProjectsDemand Exceeds SupplyHydropower Mega DamsMembers of the Interdisciplinary Research Group Society – Water – TechnologyRed Sea–Dead Sea Water ConveyanceNorthern Route (Atlit → Naharayim-Bakura → Dead Sea)Potential and Limits of Economic AnalysisReform of the Water Management InstitutionsMajor Water Engineering Projects: Definitions, Framework Conditions, Systemic EffectsReclaiming the Dead Sea: Alternatives for ActionA Global View on Future Major Water Engineering ProjectsHistorical Setting of Tsarist Plans to Utilise Central Asian Water Resources to Large-Scale Soviet Irrigation in the Fergana ValleyThe Fergana ValleyGeneral Overview of Fergana ValleyFergana Valley's WUAs in PracticeTechnologies, Incentives and Cost Recovery: Is There an Israeli Role Model?Ecological Impact of Water Management and Irrigation PracticesThe Politics of Co-optionIrrigation NetworkWater Uses and Water Abstractions
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