Water

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1964). Tentative water balance of the Lisan Lake. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 13, 42-47. 

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1964). Some remarks on the last stages of the formation of Lake Tiberias. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 13, 53-62. 

 

Ben-Arieh, Y. (1965). Fluctuations in the level of Lake Tiberias. Israel Exploration Journal, 15, 160-168. 

 

Biger, G. (1988). Physical Geography and Law, the case of international river boundaries, GeoJournal, 17.3, 341-347.

 

Brawer, M. (1968). The geographical background of the Jordan water dispute. In C.A. Fisher (Ed.), Essays in Political Geography (pp. 224-242). London: Methuan Publishing Company. 

 

Bruins, H., Evenari, M., and Nessler, U. (1986). Rainwater-harvesting agriculture for food production in arid zones: The challenge of the African famine. Applied Geography, 6, 13-32. 

 

Bruins, H., Tuinhof, A., and Keller, R. (1991). Water in the Gaza strip - Identification of water resources and water use. Netherlands: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Netherlands.

 

Bruins, H. (1993). Drought risk and water management in Israel: Planning for the future. In D.A. Wilhite (Ed.), Drought Assessment. Management and Planning: Theory and Case Studies (pp. 133-135). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

 

Bruins, H. (1996). A rationale for drought contingency planning in Israel. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography (pp. 345-353). Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 

 

Bruins, H. (1997). Drought mitigation policy and food provision for urban Africa: Potential use of treated wastewater and solar energy. Arid Lands Newsletter, 42. 

 

Bruins, H. (1997). Natural drought and human-made drought in Israel: Proactive planning and interactive management, Gestion de sequias de suministro de agua en Israel (pp. 65-88). Valencia: Iverdrola Instituto Tecnologico. 

 

Bruins, H., and Berliner, P.R. (1998). Bioclimatic aridity, climatic variability, drought and desertification. In H.J. Bruins and H. Lithwick (Eds.), The Arid Frontier: Interactive Management of Environment and Development (pp. 97-116). Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 

 

Bruins, H. (1998). Gestion de sequias de suministro de agua en Israel. In E. Cabrera and J. Garcia-Serra (Eds.), Gestion de Sequias en Abastecimientos Urbanos (pp. 353-380). Valencia: Grupo Mecanica de Fluidos, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia.  (Spanish)

 

Bruins, H. (1998). Drought hazards in Israel and Jordan: Policy recommendations for disaster mitigation. In D.A. Wilhite (Ed.), Drought, Hazards and Disasters: A Series of Definitive Major Works. London: Routledge. 

 

Carmon, N., Meiron-Pistiner, S., and Shamir, U. (1997). Water-sensitive urban planning: Protecting groundwater. Environmental Planning, 40, 413-434.  (Hebrew)

 

Carmon, N., and Shamir, U. (1997). Water-sensitive urban planning: Protecting groundwater. Haifa: The Center for Urban and Regional Studies, Technion.

 

Copaken, N.S., and Soffer, A. (1996). The perception of water as part of territory in Israeli and Arab ideologies between 1964 and 1993: Toward a further understanding of the Arab-Jewish conflict. Haifa: The Jewish-Arab Center.

 

Dery, D., and Salomon, I. (1997). After me, the Deluge: Uncertainty and water policy in Israel. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 13(1), 93-110. 

 

Feitelson, E., and Haddad, M. (1994). Joint Management of Shared Aquifers, Vol. 1. Jerusalem: The Harry S. Truman Center for the Advancement of Peace, The Palestinian Consultancy Group.

 

Feitelson, E., and Haddad, M. (1995). Joint management of shared aquifers: Financial report. Jerusalem: The Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace.

 

Feitelson, E. (1996). Joint management of groundwater resources: Its need and implications. In J. Cotran and C. Mallet (Eds.), The Arab-Israeli Agreements: Legal Perspectives. London: Kluwer Law International Publishers. 

 

Feitelson, E. (1996). Water and land in Israel: From strategic resources to scarce commodities. In Y. Gradus and G. Lipshitz (Eds.), The Mosaic of Israeli Geography. Beer Sheva: Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Press. 

 

Feitelson, E., and Abdel-Jaber, Q. (1997). Prospects for Israeli-Palestinian cooperation in wastewater treatment and re-use in the Jerusalem region. Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Institute for Israel Studies, The Palestinian Hydrology Group.

 

Feitelson, E., and Haddad, M. (forthcoming). Identification of joint management structures for shared aquifers: A cooperative Palestinian-Israel effort. World Bank Technical Paper. 

 

Feitelson, E., and Haddad, M. (forthcoming). A step-wise open-ended approach to the identification of joint management structures for shared aquifers. Water International. 

 

Feitelson, E., Haddad, M., Arlosoroff, S., and Nasseredin, T. (forthcoming). Joint management of shared aquifers: An implementation-oriented agenda. Jerusalem: The Harry S. Truman Institute for the Advancement of Peace.

 

Fenster, T. (1988). Master plan for water resources in Israel - 2000. Tel-Aviv: Tahal Consulting Engineers. (Hebrew)

 

Fenster, T. (1992). Bhairawa ground water irrigation project, Nepal: Socio economic survey: Tahal Consulting Engineers.

 

Goldreich, Y. (1997). Water problems in Israel, The Marburg Geography Society Year Book (pp. 245-249). 

 

Gross, D., and Soffer, A. (1996). International groundwater and international rules: The case of the Middle East. Haifa: University of Haifa. (Hebrew)

 

Issar, A.S., Karnielli, A., Bruins, H., and Gilead, I. (1984). The quaternary geology and hydrology of Sede-Zin, Negev, Israel. Israel Journal of Earth Sciences, 33, 34-42. 

 

Issar, A.S., Peiyuan, Z., Bruins, H., Wolf, M., and Ofer, Z. (1995). Impacts of climate variations on water management and related socio-economic systems. Paris: Unesco, International Hydrological Program.

 

Jackson, R.G., and Soffer, A. (1986). Irrigation in sub-humid environments: A comparison of three cultures. Geoforum, 17(3), 383-401. 

 

Kally, E., Carmon, N., and Shamir, S. (1984). Regional organizations in Israel's water economy: Decentralization in a centralized system. Haifa: The Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, Technion. (Hebrew)

 

Kark, R. (1973). The Jordan-irrigation projects. Nofim, 139-140.  (Hebrew)

 

Karmon, Y. (1968). Water - A level for development in the Middle East, Middle East Development, Vol. 3 (pp. 64-78). Jerusalem: Truman Center Publications. 

 

Kark, R. (1973). The Jordan-irrigation projects. Nofim, 139-140.  (Hebrew)

 

Kliot, N. (1986). Man's impact on drainage basins - Israeli case study. Applied Geography(6), 163-178. 

 

Kliot, N. (1994). Water Resources and Conflict in the Middle East. London: Routledge. 

 

Kliot, N., and Shmueli, D. (1994). Lessons for management of the shared of the shared water resources in Israel, Jordan and the Palestinian entity. Haifa: Israeli Institute for Water Research, Technion.

 

Kliot, N. (1995). Building a legal regime for the Jordan-Yarmouk river system. Transboundary Resources Report, 19(3). 

 

Kliot, N. (1995). Milk and honey but no water: Scarce resources in the Israeli Palestinian Jordanian realm. In K. Spillmann and G. Bechler (Eds.), Environmental Crisis: Regional Conflicts and Ways of Cooperation (pp. 43-56). Zurich: Center for Security Studies (ENCOP). 

 

Kliot, N., Shmueli, D., and Shamir, U. (1997). Institutional frameworks for management of transnational water resources. Haifa: Israeli Institute for Water Research, Technion.

 

Kliot, N., and Shmueli, D. (1999). Development of institutional frameworks for the management of transboundary water resources. The Journal of Environment and Pollution. 

 

Kliot, N. (1999). Shared water resources in the Middle East. In A. Sela (Ed.), Political Encyclopedia for Middle East (pp. 782-790). Jerusalem: The Jerusalem Publishing House. 

 

Kliot, N. (1999). A cooperative framework for sharing scarce water resources. In H. Amery and A. Wolf (Eds.), Hydrogeography in the Middle East at Peace. Austin: University of Texas Press. 

 

Kliot, N., and Shmueli, D. (1999). Real and ideal institutional frameworks for managing the common Arab Israeli water resources. Water International, 23(4), 216-226. 

 

Mehrez, A., and Sinuany-Stern, Z. (1982). Resource allocation to interrelated project. Water Resources Research, 18(3), 462. 

 

Meiron-Pistiner, S., Carmon, N., and Shamir, U. (1996). Towards Water Sensitive Urban Planning. Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)

 

Pohoryles, S. (1977). Water shortage in Israel: Long-run policy for the farm sector. Water Resources Research, 13(6). 

 

Pohoryles, S. (1997). Another aspect of water conflict resolution strategy. Geneva: Green Cross International Roundtable, Palais de Nations, The Peres Institute for Peace.

 

Rubin, R. (1988). Water conservation methods in Israel's Negev desert in late antiquity. Journal of Historical Geography, 14(3) 229-244.

 

Rubin, R. (1989). Sources of water supply for Negev settlements in the Nabataean, Roman and Byzantine periods. In D. Amit, Y. Hirschfeld, and J. Patrich (Eds.), The Aquaducts of Ancient Palestine (pp. 313-324).  Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben-Zvi . (Hebrew)

 

Rubin, R. (1987). Ancient Nessana and its water sources. In Y. Ben Arieh, Y. Ben Artzi, and H. Goren, (Eds.), Historical-Geographical Studies in the Settlement of Eretz-Israel, (pp. 193-202). Jerusalem: Yad Izhak Ben -Zvi. (Hebrew)

 

Shmueli, D. (1999). Water quality in international river basins. Political Geography, 18(4), 437-476. 

 

Shmueli, D. (1999). Approaches to water dispute resolution: Applications to Arab-Israeli negotiations. International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice, 4(2), 1-31. 

 

Soffer, A., and Kliot, N. (1990). Water projections in the Middle East. Monthly Review, 11, 3-13. 

 

Soffer, A. (1992). Rivers of Fire - The Conflict of Water in the Middle East. Tel-Aviv: Am-Oved.  (Hebrew)

 

Soffer, A. (1994). Jordan: Looking toward the 90's - Location, metropolis, water. In Y. Nevo and I. Pepe (Eds.), Jordan in the Middle East: 1948-1988. The Making of a Pivotal State (pp. 26-44). London: Frank Cass. 

 

Soffer, A. (1994). The relevance of the Johnston Plan to the reality of 1993 and beyond. In H.I. Shuval (Ed.), Israel-Palestine Water (pp. 107-122). Amsterdam: Elsevier. 

 

Soffer, A. (1994). The Litani river - Facts and fiction. Middle Eastern Studies, 30(4), 963-974. 

 

Soffer, A. (1998). The Israeli-Palestinian conflict over water resources. Palestine-Israel Journal, 5(1), 43-53. 

 

Soffer, A. (1999). Rivers of Fire. Boulder: Rowman and Littlefield. 

 

Yunger, M., Carmon, N., and Shamir, U. (1993). Who Benefits From Israel's Water Resources? Haifa: Center for Urban and Regional Studies.  (Hebrew)