Enhancing productive use of alluvial aquifers


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Timmermans J., Kwakkel J.H., Rietdijk E., Van der Zaag P. July 2019. Adaptive development pathways - a novel planning approach for vulnerable communiteis facing an uncertain future. Published at TU Delft DeltaLinks.

Duker, A. 11th of June 2019. "Kurkdroge" zandriviervan levensbelang voor boeren in Zimbabwe. Blog on wetenschap.nu (in Dutch)

Villani, L. Castelli, G., Hagos, E.Y., & Bresci, E. (2018). Water productivity analysis of sand dams irrigation farming in northern Ethiopia. Journal of Agriculture and Environment for International Development, 112(1), 139-160. https://doi.org/10.12895/jaeid.20181.726

Gebremicael, T. G., Mohamed, Y. A., v. Zaag, P., and Hagos, E. Y. (2017). Temporal and spatial changes of rainfall and streamflow in the Upper Tekezē–Atbara river basin, Ethiopia, Hydrol. Earth Syst. Sci., 21, 2127-2142, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-21-2127-2017.


"Innovations for African Drylands". Presentation by Louise Nkomo at the WaterNet special session about alluvial aquifers, Livingstone, Zambia, October 2018

"Pesquisa de recursos hídricos subterraneos nos depósitos de areia no leito seco do rio Limpopo para irrigacao agrícola, Mocambique". Poster presentation by Paulo Saveca during the A4Labs annual meeting, Chokwe, Mozambique, May 2018

"Brief history of alluvial water use in arid southern Zimbabwe". Presentation by Annelieke Duker at the WaterNet special session about alluvial aquifers, Swakopmund, Namibia, October 2017

Water storage: nature-based solutions for resilient communities”. Public lecture by Pieter van der Zaag at the University of Waterloo, Canada, 15 September 2016