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- Huang, H. Q. , Reformulation of the bed load equation of Meyer‐Peter and Müller in light of the linearity theory for alluvial channel flow, Water Resour. Res., 46, W09533, doi:10.1029/2009WR008974.
IntroductionWe have all heard that water is life, and indeed it is. What is often ignored,...
- Yuanxu Ma , He Qing Huang, Jiongxin Xu, Gary J. Brierley, Zhijun Yao, Variability of effective discharge for suspended sediment transport in a large semi-arid river basin, Journal of Hydrology 388 357–369.
We have all heard that water is life, and indeed it is. What is often ignored, however, is the fact that water is also a key component of development. It is crucial for industry and agriculture, as well as for the health and quality of life of a nations citizens. Investment in efficient and sustainable infrastructure, for both urban and agricultural supply, has proven to yield great economic return.
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3.Rachel A. Nanson, Gerald C. Nanson and He Qing Huang , The hydraulic geometry of narrow and deep channels; evidence for flow optimization and controlled peatland growth, Geomorphology 117 143–154.
Unfortunately, water has been taken for granted for too long in too many countries. Climate change, rising population growth and increased urbanisation are predicted to change that reality sharply, with the entire global population facing challenges of water scarcity as soon as in ten years.
In Israel, a small semi-arid country, we never had the luxury of taking water for granted. Under the pressure of limited rainfall and few water resources, coupled with a rapidly growing population, the countrys water management and technology have become the most efficient and cost effective in the world. We had no other choice.
- Yu, Guo-an , Wang, Zhao-Yin , Zhang, Kang , Duan, Xuehua and Chang, Tung-Chiung, Restoration of an incised mountain stream using artificial step-pool system, Journal of Hydraulic Research, 48: 2, 178—187.
It is our wish to share the methods of the integrated water resources management practiced here and to encourage the best use of these precious resources in other regions of the world.
This programme is designed for:
officials of ministries responsible for water resources and water supply, water corporations, water boards, water utilities departments; water and sanitation engineers involved in either design, process, construction or plants OM; officials of international organisations and NGOs dealing with water.
The study programme includes the following subjects:
IntegratedWater Resources Management
Water and National Economic Development
Water Supply and Distribution