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  • Title: Adaptation and Evaluation of SWAT Model for Application in an Arid Watershed in southeast Tunisia 

    Author: Ouessar, Mohamed
    Date: 2005-01-04
    Type: Conference Paper
    Status: Open access
    In the arid regions of Tunisia, huge efforts are being made in water harvesting and soil conservation. A growing need for the assessment of their impact is felt. Due to the complexity of the processes at the watershed ...
  • Title: Potential Sites for Hill Reservoirs: An Assessment Methodology Using GIS and Remote Sensing Tools 

    Author: Anane, Makram; 0000-0002-2003-4852; ORCID
    Date: 2005-01-04
    Type: Conference Paper
    Status: Open access
    This study investigates the development of a methodology to identify potential sites for hill reservoirs using remote sensing and GIS, in an 1113-km2 area in northeast Tunisia. The general approach has two steps; first, ...
  • Title: Water-Saving Techniques Practiced by Olive Growers in Dry Areas 

    Author: Tubeileh, Ashraf
    Date: 2004-09-27
    Type: Conference Paper
    Status: Timeless limited access
    During the last two decades, olive production in Syria has expanded to less favorable marginal dry areas, where water is the most important limiting factor. Farmers in these areas have been applying special management ...
  • Title: Water and livestock 

    Author: Oweis, Theib; 0000-0002-2003-4852; ORCID
    Date: 2008-05-17
    Type: Conference Paper
    Status: Open access
    Projected increased demand for food in developing countries over the next 30 years implies a correspondingly great need for additional agricultural water unless integrated research and development can achieve much higher ...
  • Title: Adaptation to heavy rainfall events: watershed-community planning of soil and water conservation technologies in Syria 

    Author: Ziadat, Feras M.
    Date: 2010-09-01
    Type: Conference Paper
    Status: Open access
    The Fourth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and other research, predict a significant future increase in the frequency and intensity of heavy rainfall events in many regions. This ...

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