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Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies
Special Issue on International Shared Aquifer Resources Assessment and Management
Edited by Alfonso Rivera, Lucila Candela
Volume 20, Pages 1-158 (December 2018)


001-004 Editorial for the Special Issue on the International Shared Aquifer Resources Assessment and Management


005-014 Fifteen-year experiences of the internationally shared aquifer resources management initiative (ISARM) of UNESCO at the global scale
Alfonso Rivera, Lucila Candela 


015-020 Legal frameworks for the governance of international transboundary aquifers: Pre- and post-ISARM experience
Stefano Burchi


021-034 Transboundary aquifers of Africa: Review of the current state of knowledge and progress towards sustainable development and management
Geert-Jan Nijsten, Greg Christelis, Karen G. Villholth, Eberhard Braune, Cheikh Bécaye Gaye


035-048 A national approach to systematic transboundary aquifer assessment and conceptualization at relevant scales: A Malawi case study
Christina M. Fraser, Robert M. Kalin, Michael O. Rivett, MacPherson Nkhata, Modesta Kanjaye


049-059 The Guarani Aquifer System: From a Beacon of hope to a question mark in the governance of transboundary aquifers
Francesco Sindico, Ricardo Hirata, Alberto Manganelli


060-073 Findings and lessons learned from the assessment of the Mexico-United States transboundary San Pedro and Santa Cruz aquifers: The utility of social science in applied hydrologic research
J.B. Callegary, S.B. Megdal, E.M. Tapia Villaseñor, J.D. Petersen-Perlman, I. Minjárez Sosa, R. Monreal, F. Gray, F. Grijalva Noriega


074-102 Transboundary aquifers between Chihuahua, Coahuila, Nuevo Leon and Tamaulipas, Mexico, and Texas, USA: Identification and categorization
Rosario Sanchez, Laura Rodriguez, Cecilia Tortajada


103-115 Assessment of transboundary aquifer resources in Asia: Status and progress towards sustainable groundwater management
Eunhee Lee, Ramasamy Jayakumar, Sangam Shrestha, Zaisheng Han


116-127 The Genevese transboundary aquifer (Switzerland-France): The secret of 40 years of successful management
Gabriel de los Cobos


128-144 The upper pannonian thermal aquifer: Cross border cooperation as an essential step to transboundary groundwater management
Teodora Szocs, Nina Rman, Ágnes Rotár-Szalkai, György Tóth, Andrej Lapanje, Radovan Černák, Annamária Nádor


145-157 Development of cooperation on managing transboundary groundwaters in the pan-European region: The role of international frameworks and joint assessments
Annukka Lipponen, John Chilton



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