01/01/2003 to 06/30/2006

The overall aim of the AQUADAPT project was to generate knowledge which supported the strategic planning and management of water resources in semi-arid environments at catchments level under changing supply / demand patterns. The intellectual framework which underpinned the project reflected the recent thinking on the co-evolution of natural resource availability with human societies. Hence, we explicitly sought to provide a basis for the integration of water resource planning with structural, social, economic, agricultural and regional development planning.

Topics:
Innovation and Research Management
Coordinator:
Partners:
  1. UNIVERSIDAD DE ALICANTE
  2. School of Water Sciences. Cranfield University
  3. Yorkshire Water
  4. University of Versailles
  5. Université de Paris I
  6. Slovenian Academy of Sciences
  7. University of Twente
  8. BRGM
  9. 3D-Environmental Change
  10. Soil Survey and Land Research Centre Cranfield University
Geographical Area:
Programme:
FP5