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M. Konar, Rainwater harvesting in rural India - taankas in the Thar Desert, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 22 - 24 : 1 box, 3 fig., 2 photogr., 2007.
IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre, The Hague, NL and Maji na Ufanisi -Nairobi, KE, Water and Development, Sanitation and hygiene promotion in ASAL areas in Kenya. IRC, Delft, The Netherlands, p. 13 p. + 8 p. annexes, 2007.
P. McCornick, Wastewater reuse in the Middle East and North Africa, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 9-11 : 2 photogr., 2004.
J. P. Graham, Redlinger, T., and Corella-Barud, V., Evaluation of waterless sanitation for hot arid climates, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 22-25 : 1 box, 2 photogr., 2 tab., 2003.
I. Simmers, Understanding water in a dry environment : hydrological processes in arid and semi-arid zones, vol. no. 23. Lisse, The Netherlands: A.A. Balkema, 2003, p. xvi, 341 p. : fig., tab.
K. Mukherjee, A fine balance : water wisdom from the KAWAD project, India, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 12-13 : 1 photogr., 2002.
S. A. Samhan Samhan, Integrated approach to assess the feasibility of rainwater harvesting in Palestine : case study : Ramallah and Al-Berih cities (urban areas) : Ain-Areek village (rural areas), vol. no. 088. IHE (International Institute for Infrastructural, Hydraulic and Environmental Engineering), Delft, The Netherlands, p. viii, 96 p. : 37 fig., 26 tab., 1999.
C. J. Lovell, Nhunhama, G., Sunguro, S., and Mugweni, O., An economic impact : productive waterpoints in dryland areas, Waterlines, an international journal of water, sanitation and waste, pp. p. 5-8 : 2 boxes, 1 fig., 2 photogr., 2 tab., 1998.
R. Nanavaty, From access to ownership : water as regenerative input : Banaskantha Women's Rural Development Project : Self Employed Women's Association : promising water resources management approaches in the drinking water supply and sanitation sector. Self Employed Women's Association, SEWA, Ahmedabad, India, p. 19 p. : 3 maps, 8 photogr., 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.
P. Heyns, Seely, M., Montgomery, S., and Pallet, J., Namibia's water : a decision makers' guide. Windhoek, Namibia: Namibia, Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Rural Development, 1998, p. iv, 173 p. : fig., photogr.
CEMAGREF -Paris, FR, Institut de Recherche pour l'Ingénierie de l'Agriculture et de l'Environnement, Paris, F. R. O. R. S. T. O. M. -, and Rome, I. T. F. A. O. -, Teledetection et ressources en eau = Remote sensing and water resources, vol. no. 16. Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Rome, Italy, p. CD-ROM : 65.9 MB, 1998.
A. Nicol, Water projects and livelihoods : poverty impact in a drought-prone environment : a workshop organised in Harare, 20-23 October, 1997 : draft proceedings and recommendations, vol. no. 18. London, UK: Save the Children (UK), 1998, p. 132 p. : fig., tab.
B. E. European C. Brussels and Louvain-la-Neuve, B. E. H. Y. D. R. O. - R. an, Evaluation complementaire du programme regional solaire (P.R.S.). HYDRO - R & D, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, p. 153 p. + ca. 60 p. annexes : fig., tab., 1996.
H. I. Shuval, Sustainable water resources versus concepts of food security, water security, water stress for arid countries. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, p. 9 p. : 1 tab., 1996.
Namibian Broadcasting Corporation -Windhoek, NA, NBC, The water hunters. Namibian Broadcasting Corporation, Windhoek, Namibia, p. video (35 min.) : PAL, VHS, 1996.
Z. Wei-wen, Water resources and development of women in arid regions in northern China, Natural resources forum, pp. p. 105-109, 1996.
H. Nash and McCall, G. J. H., Groundwater quality, vol. no. 17. Chapman and Hall, London, UK, p. xv, 204 p.: fig., maps, photogr., tab., 1995.
M. Murakami, Managing water for peace in the Middle East : alternative strategies. Tokyo, Japan: United Nations University Press, 1995, p. x, 309 p.: fig., tab.
V. Vyas, A model for simulating rainwater harvesting systems with closed tanks. Ajit Foundation, Jaipur, India, p. 16 p. : 4 fig., 2 tab., 1995.
O. Ministry o OM, World Meteorological Organization -Geneva, CH, WMO, IWRA -Urbana, IL, US, and Paris, F. R. U. N. E. S. C. O. -, The Sultanate of Oman International Conference on Water Resources Management in Arid Countries : Muscat, 12-16 March 1995. Vol. 3 : Conference proceedings. Oman, Ministry of Water Resources, Ruwi, Oman, p. 84, 73 p.: fig., tab., 1995.


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