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2013
R. Nelson, Goemans, C., and Pritchett, J., Farmer resiliency under drought conditions, Colorado water : newsletter of the Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, pp. p. 2 - 4; 1 tab.; 1 fig.; 1 photograph, 2013.
P. Drechsel, Hope, L., and Cofie, O., Gender mainstreaming : who wins? : gender and irrigated urban vegetable production in West Africa, wH2O : the journal of gender and water, pp. p. 14 - 17; 2 tab., 2013.
2007
International Water Management Institute -Battaramulla, LK, IWMI, Does food trade save water ? The potential role of food trade in water scarcity mitigation, vol. no. 25. Putting research into action. International Water Management Institute (IWMI), Colombo, Sri Lanka, p. 7 p. : boxes, 4 fig., 1 tab., 2007.
World Resources Institute -Washington, DC, US, Sensing, K. Ministry o, Statistics, K. Ministry o, and Wageningen, N. L. Alterra- I. L., Nature benefits in Kenya : an atlas of ecosystems and human well-being. Washington, DC, USA: World Resources Institute, 2007, p. xii, 148 p. : boxes, fig., maps, tab.
J. Duxbury and Panaullah, G., Remediation of arsenic for agriculture sustainability, food security and health in Bangladesh. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Rome, Italy, p. 28 p. : 17 fig., 4 tab., 2007.
2006
D. Pant, Gautam, K. R., Shakya, S. D., and Adhikari, D. L., Multiple use schemes : benefit to smallholders, vol. no. 114. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2006, p. vii, 40 p. : 3 fig., 1 map, 33 tab.
2005
M. Falkenmark and Rockström, J., Rain: the neglected resource : embracing green water management solutions, vol. no. 2. Stockholm International Water Institute (SIWI), Stockholm, Sweden, p. 16 p. : 7 fig., 2005.
2004
H. Jonsson, A. Stintzing, R., Vinneras, B., and Salomon, E., Directives pour une utilisation des urines et des feces dans la production agricole, vol. Rapport 2004-2. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), 2004, p. v, 43 p. : 11 fig., 9 tab.
P. Morgan, An ecological approach to sanitation in Africa : a compilation of experiences : the EcoSan book. Aquamor, Harare, Zimbabwe, p. ca. 262 p. : fig., photogr., 2004.
C. Schönning and Stenstrom, T. A., Guidelines for the safe use of urine and faeces in ecological sanitation systems. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), 2004, p. iii, 38 p. : fig. tab.
H. Jonsson, A. Stintzing, R., Vinneras, B., and Salomon, E., Guidelines on the use of urine and faeces in crop production, vol. no. 2004-2. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), 2004, p. v, 35 p. : 11 fig., 9 tab.
R. M. Carr, The safe use of urban wastewater in agriculture, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 5-8 : 2 tabs., 2004.
2003
M. Falkenmark, Water cycle and people : water for feeding humanity, Land use and water resources research, pp. p. 3.1-3.4, 2003.
2002
M. W. Rosegrant, Cai, X., and Cline, S. A., Global water outlook to 2025 : averting an impending crisis. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2002, p. v, 26 p., 18 fig., 2 tab.
NETWAS -Nairobi, KE, Network for Water and Sanitation and IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL, Towards sustainable water resources management : a strategic approach : case studies, 15th - 24th July 2002, Nairobi, Kenya. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 73 p. : maps, 2002.
W. van der Hoek, Hussain, I., Raschid, L., Hanjra, M. A., and Marikar, F., Wastewater use in agriculture : review of impacts and methodological issues in valuing impacts, vol. no. 37. Colombo, Sri Lanka: International Water Management Institute (IWMI), 2002, p. v, 55 p. : 5 tab.
M. W. Rosegrant, Cai, X., and Cline, S. A., World water and food to 2025 : dealing with scarcity. Washington, DC, USA: International Food Policy Research Institute, IFPRI, 2002, p. xxiv, 322 p. : 12 boxes, 42 fig., 106 tab.
2001
C. Hoglund, Evaluation of microbial health risks associated with the reuse of source-separated human urine. Stockholm, Sweden: Royal Institute of Technology, Department of Biotechnology, 2001, p. vii, 78 p. : 15 fig. 9 tab.
2000
C. H. Batchelor, Rao, M. S. Rama Mohan, and James, A., Karnataka Watershed Development Project : water resources audit : KAWAD report 17. Karnataka Watershed Development Society, Bangalore, India, p. 90 p. : 4 boxes, 37 fig., photogr., 13 tab., 2000.
Q. Zhu and Yuanhong, L., Rainwater harvesting for survival and development: a revolution in Gansu, China, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 11-14 : 1 box, 2 photogr., 2000.
1998
G. B. Institute Wallingford, Lovell, C. J., and Murata, M., Garden irrigation : alternative techniques and technology diffusion in dry regions, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 23-25 : 2 photogr., 1 tab., 1998.
C. Batchelor, Growing in importance : vegetable gardening in the south, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 2-4 : 3 photogr., 1998.
M. T. Hai, Water harvesting : an illustrative manual for development of microcatchment techniques for crop production in dry areas, vol. no. 16. Nairobi, Kenya: SIDA, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency, 1998, p. viii, 54 p. : fig., map, plates, tab.
1996
D. D. Mara, da Costa, S. M. Vaz, and Bastos, R. K. X., Bacteriological aspects of wastewater irrigation, vol. no. 8. Leeds, UK: University of Leeds, Department of Civil Engineering, 1996, p. xiii, 118 p. : fig., tab.

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