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Title: State of the art of water resources in Mediterranean Islands
Other Titles: Sustainable management of environmental issues related to water stress in Mediterranean islands
Authors: Malta Resources Authority
Keywords: Water supply -- Malta
Water supply -- Mediterranean Region
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: MediWAT
Citation: State of the art of water resources in Mediterranean Islands / MRA. MediWAT . 2013, 76 p.
Abstract: This report identies the state of the art of water resources in the main Mediterranean islands and thus sets the scene for the main actions of the MEDIWAT project, which actions are aimed at providing best practices for improving the management of water resources in the Mediterranean region. The main chapters of this report thus characterize in detail the state of water resources in the Balearic islands, Crete, Malta, Cyprus, Sicily and Corsica. An analysis of these island reports yield the not so unexpected result that these Mediterranean islands show a number of similarities, possibly quite different from the prevailing continental scenario. This is truly an encouraging result, since management actions tested in a particular island can find application in other islands with similar characteristics, thus strengthening the role of the MEDIWAT project in increasing and facilitating an improved water management scenario in our region.
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