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Balancing supply and demand of fresh water under increasing drought and salinisation in the Netherlands

By A. Jeuken, E. Beek, R. Duinen, A. van der Veen, A. Bocalon, J. Delsman, P.S. Pauw, G. Oude Essink, S.E.A.T.M. van der Zee, S.F. Stofberg, K. Zuurbier, P. Stuyfzand, W. Appelman, R. Creusen, M. Paalman, D. Katschnig, J. Rozema, M. Mens, J. Kwakkel, W. Thissen, J.A. Veraart, L. Tolk and A. de Vries


The latest climate impact assessments show that climate change will cause an increasing mismatch between demand and supply of fresh water in many densely populated deltas around the world. Recent studies for the Netherlands show that the current water supply strategy is not climate proof in the long-run. Therefore, a future ‘climate proof’ fresh water supply is national priority on the Dutch water policy agend

Publisher: Knowledge for Climate
Year: 2012
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