PREPARING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS

PREPARING FOR THE NEXT GENERATION
OF WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
PROGRAMMES AND PROJECTS


WATER RESOURCES FOR THE FUTURE

Proceedings of the International Conference
organized in collaboration with
the Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory
Porto Cervo, Sassari, Sardinia, Italy
22-24 October 2003

Edited by
Larry Tennyson and
Pier Carlo Zingari
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Introduction Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 Part 4 Annexes



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Table of Contents
Preface, Acknowledgements, Acronyms, Introduction, and the Sassari Declaration.
PART 1 FAO WATERSHED MANAGEMENT REVIEW
 Chapter 1 Preparing the next generation of watershed management programmes - Moujahed Achouri
Chapter 2 Review and assessment of watershed management strategies and approaches - Larry Tennyson
Chapter 3 Outcome of the African regional workshop on preparing the next generation of watershed management programmes - Brent Swallow
Chapter 4 Reflection on two decades of watershed management experience in Asia (1983 to 2003) - Kumar Prasad Upadhyay
Chapter 5 Integrated watershed management in Latin America and the Caribbean - Luís Sanchez
Chapter 6 Mediterranean watershed management: overcoming water crisis in the Mediterranean - Luc Dassonville and Luca Fé d’Ostiani
PART 2 NETWORKING EXPERIENCES
 Chapter 7 Integrated water resource management over the world - Gilles Neveu
Chapter 8 Integrated watershed management and forests - Pier Carlo Zingari
Chapter 9 The Canadian Model Forest concept - Peter Besseau
Chapter 10 IUFRO and watershed management: The challenges between research and application - Gernot Fiebeger
PART 3 WATERSHED AND AREA STUDIES
 Chapter 11 Restoring hydrologic function of altered landscapes: an integrated watershed management approach - Kenneth N. Brooks, Dean Current, Donald Wyse
Chapter 12 Watershed management in the Alpine context: Summary of the report on storm events and lessons learned in Alpine countries - Peter Greminger
Chapter 13 Towards effective watershed management in low forest cover countries - Patrick Duffy
Chapter 14 What are the impacts of deforestation in the Himalayas on flooding in the lowlands? Rethinking an old paradigm - Thomas Hofer
Chapter 15 The Guaraní Aquifer System: Water resources for the future - Claudio R. Gutierrez
PART 4 WATER AND LAND IN SARDINIA
 Chapter 16 The integrated water cycle in the context of water management systems: The Sardinian experience - Sebastiano Sannitu
Chapter 17 Aspects of environmental degradation in Sardinia - Angelo Aru, D. Tomasi and A. Vacca
Chapter 18 Conflict management in support of decision-making for water use - Giorgio Cesari
ANNEXES
 ANNEX A Opening and welcome addresses
ANNEX B Working group discussions
ANNEX C International conference programme
ANNEX D Conference participants.