First edition GLOWA JR Briefings (2009/2010)

GLOWA JR Briefings present relevant scientific results of the GLOWA Jordan River project concerning the effects of climate, global and regional change in the Jordan River basin.

Briefing Titel


Scenarios of regional development under global change for the Jordan River region


WEAP - a decision support tool for the Jordan River


Climate change in the Jordan River region


The atmospheric moisture budget over the eastern Mediterranean past and future


What about land-use change?


A basin-wide view on the variablility of water resources


Hydrological modeling of the Upper Jordan River and Lake Kinneret


The economic impact of climate on Israeli agriculture: Will warming be harmful?


Socio-economics of water allocations in Jordan


Economic analysis of global- and climate change impacts on agriculture in Israel


Land suitability for irrigation with treated wastewater


Intercropping arable land with perennial plants is economically rewarding


Allocating more water for nature is economically


Climate and grazing impacts on natural grasslands


Grazing cessation - Restoring rangelands in the face of climate change


A WEAP model for the Kinneret Basin - Integration of Water Sources and Consumers


Climate modelling of the Eastern Mediterranean at Tel Aviv University


Impact of environmental change on the water resources


Assessment of the effects of irrgation using untreated wastewater on soil properties


Hydrological modeling in a typical arid catchment: Wadi Faria, West Bank, Palestine

Second edition GLOWA JR Briefings (2009/2010)

Briefing Titel

Briefing 1.1

Scenarios of Regional Development under Global Change

Briefing 1.2

Strategic Development of Water Resources for the Jordan River Basin

Briefing 1.3

Predicting climate change in the Jordan River region using Regional Climate Models

Briefing 1.4

The GLOWA Jordan River Atlas

Briefing 2.1

The Water Evaluation and Planning Tool (WEAP): An Overview

Briefing 2.2

A Regional Water Evaluation and Planning (WEAP) application for the Jordan River basin

Briefing 2.3

Water management in a complex hydrological basin: Application of WEAP to the Lake Kinneret watershed

Briefing 2.4

Evaluating the impacts of the Red Sea-Dead Sea Canal on the Amman-Zarqa and Jordan River basins: Using WEAP to measure future scenarios under climate change conditions

Briefing 2.5

The Water Evaluation and Planning Tool (WEAP). Application for the West Bank

Briefing 2.6

Projecting water availability within the Western Aquifer Basin: WEAP-MODFLOW Coupling

Briefing 2.7

A view on current and future water resources

Briefing 2.8

Modeling water resources and variability in the Lower Jordan River Basin: Learning from the present for the future

Briefing 2.9

The duration and frequency of drought under a changing climate

Briefing 2.10

The Renaissance of an Ancient Technique: Rain Water Harvesting Potentials in the Lower Jordan River Basin

Briefing 2.11

Land suitability for irrigation with treated wastewater

Briefing 3.1

Socio-economy of water allocation in Jordan

Briefing 3.2

How can land-use be adapted to climate change? An economic analysis for Israel

Briefing 3.3

Plant species cannot escape climate change but may be less vulnerable than previously thought

Briefing 3.4

Grazing cessation - More supporting evidence for a rangeland management strategy in the face of climate change

Briefing 3.5

Future change in irrigation demand for main crops in the Upper Jordan Valley

Briefing 3.6

The impact of future climate change on Wheat yields
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