Climatic Changes and Water Resources in the Middle East and North Africa

  • F. Zereini
  • H. Hötzl

Part of the Environmental Science and Engineering book series (ESE)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XX
  2. K. Born, M. Christoph, A. H. Fink, P. Knippertz, H. Paeth, P. Speth
    Pages 29-45
  3. Peter Suppan, Harald Kunstmann, Andreas Heckl, Alon Rimmer
    Pages 47-58
  4. F. Zereini, H. Hötzl
    Pages 75-76
  5. F. Zereini, H. Hötzl
    Pages 197-198
  6. A. Droubi, M. Al-Sibai, A. Abdallah, S. Zahra, M. Obeissi, J. Wolfer et al.
    Pages 199-225
  7. Hassane Jarar Oulidi, Lahcen Benaabidate, Ralf Löwner, Alan Ernest Fryar
    Pages 227-238
  8. Mohammed Messouli, Giuseppe Messana, Mohamed Yacoubi-Khebiza, Asma El Alami El Filali, Ali Ait Boughrous, Mohamed Boulanouar
    Pages 267-288
  9. Elias Salameh, Hazim El-Naser
    Pages 453-468
  10. Torsten Lange, Konrad Hammerschmidt, Hans Friedrichsen, Amer Marei, Stephan M. Weise
    Pages 469-495
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 519-552

About this book


"Climatic Change and Water Resources in the Middle East and North Africa" is dedicated to high-priority topics related to the impact of climate change on water resources in a water scarce region. The subject is described and discussed in three main chapters and different case studies. The three main chapters are (1) Climatic changes - sources and effects on the water cycle, (2) Impact of climate change on water resources, (3) Water resources and water management. These chapters are split up into further 26 sections. A total of 64 individuals from many countries have made contributions to this book. All topics in this book are complimentary and contribute to a comprehensive understanding of the interactions between global climate change, world water cycle and water resources. A valuable and meaningful interdisciplinary mixture of topics is combined in this book which will be of great interest to many scientists.


Climatic Changes Infiltration Middle East North Africa Water Management Water Resources environment groundwater pollution

Editors and affiliations

  • F. Zereini
    • 1
  • H. Hötzl
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute for Atmospheric and Environmental SciencesGoethe-UniversityD-60438 Frankfurt am MainGermany
  2. 2.Universität Karlsruhe76131 KarlsruheGermany

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