Despite major recent advances in socio-hydrology and hydroeconomics research, interdisciplinary methods and models for water policy assessment remain largely concealed to the academic arena. Most river basin authorities still base decision-making on inputs from...
It is often assumed that investments in modern irrigation systems automatically save water. This paper, co-authored by TALANOA-WATER researchers, assesses whether this is true. We find that the impacts of modern irrigation systems are complex, and usually have the...
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