Deliverables of Work Block 2: Key Drivers & Vulnerabilities

Deliverable No.

Deliverable Title

Deliverable Author

NeWater D 2.1.1

Baseline Vulnerability Assessment

Thomas E. Downing, Sukaina Bharwani

NeWater D 2.1.2a


Introducing Agency into Water Resource Simulation Models

Sukaina Bharwani, Thomas Downing

NeWater D 2.1.2b

Dynamic Vulnerability - Learning from NeWater Case Studies

Sukaina Bharwani, Thomas Downing, Dagmar Haase, Claudia Pahl-Wostl, Anna Taylor, Moliehi Shale, Richard Taylor, Neela Matin, Jörg Krywkow, Anne van der Veen, Jochen Hinkel, Sandy Bisaro, Jan Sendzimir, Piotr Magnuszewski, Caroline Sullivan, Consuelo Varela-Ortega, Paloma Esteve

NeWater D 2.2.1

Existing practices and lessons learned in coping with climatic hazards (floods and droughts) at river basin scale

Assessment of Current Climatic Risks in the Rhine Catchment

Valentina Krysanova, Hendrik Buiteveld, Dagmar Haase, Pedro Martinez Santos, Kate Van Niekerk, Koen Roest, Maja Schlüter

Ruud Hurkmans, Peter Troch

NeWater D 2.2.2a

Regional Scenarios of Climate Change

Eva Starke, Daniela Jacob

NeWater D 2.2.2b

Techniques for regional scenarios of climate change and analysis of precipitation time series and climate extremes

Eva Starke, Daniela Jacob

NeWater D 2.2.3

This Deliverable is merged with D 2.2.2b


NeWater D 2.2.4

Prototype of a Catchmentscale Hydrological Model and Climate Scenarios - Application of the Variable Infiltration Capacity model to the Rhine basin

Ruud Hurkmans, Wilco Terink, Remko Uijlenhoet

NeWater D 2.2.5

Estimation of Water Balance Uncertainties based on Climate Ensembles - Application of the Variable Infiltration Capacity model in combination with climate scenarios to the Rhine basin

W. Terink, R.W.T.L. Hurkmans, R. Uijlenhoet

NeWater D 2.3.1a

Baseline assessment Amudarya on water quality, quantity and ecosystems

Christian Siderius, Oscar Schoumans

NeWater D 2.3.1b

Baseline Assessment Nile on water quantity, quality and ecosystems - An erosion risk mapping approach

Christian Siderius, Oscar Schoumans, Koen Roest

NeWater D 2.3.2

Water quality fingerprint methods and examples - Application of the Mass Response Function modelling approach on the Hupselse Beek catchment

Martine van der Ploeg, Sjoerd van der Zee, Tessa van Wijnen

NeWater D 2.3.3

Environmental Flows and Ecosystem Services - A Framework for Implementing Environmental Flows in the Amudarya Basin

Katharine Cross, Mark Smith

NeWater D 2.3.4

Environmental Flows Network

Katharine Cross

NeWater D 2.4.1

Rapid appraisal of poverty, gender and health. Application to the NeWater Case studies

Caroline A. Sullivan, Neela Matin, Dagmar Ridder

NeWaterD 2.4.2

Specification of mechanisms and tools for multi-stakeholder dialogue processes on poverty and gender in river basin planning

Nilufar Matin

NeWater D 2.4.3

Integration of Poverty, Gender and Health goals, targets and indicators into the IWRM processes in the Orange and Amudarya river basins.

Nilufar Matin Maja Schlueter

NeWater D 2.4.4

Generic tools for assessment of poverty, gender and health issues and mechanisms for dialogue processes in river basins

Nilufar Matin

NeWater D 2.5.1

Vulnerability, adaptation and resilience. Progress toward incorporating VAR concepts into adaptive water resource management

Bharwani, S., Magnuszewski, P., Sendzimir, J., Stein, C., Downing, T.E.

NeWater D 2.5.2

Reference Information System - Theoretical and Methodological Advances in Understanding and Managing River Basin Adaptive Capacity and Resilience

Piotr Magnuszewski, Jan Sendzimir

NeWater D 2.5.3

Formal Systems Dynamics and Agent-Base Models of Interacting Factors that influence the Resilience and Adaptive Capacity of Specific Elements and the River Basin as a whole

Piotr Magnuszewski, Jan Sendzimir

NeWater D 2.5.4

Simulation Game for Exploring how Water Management Decisions influence Resilience and Adaptive Capacity and how they in turn affect Vulnerability of the River Basin in the Short and Long Term

Piotr Magnuszewski, Jan Sendzimir

NeWater D 2.5.5

Global Change and the Management of Water Resources: An Economic Approach - Socioeconomic and policy aspects of adaptive water management in the global context in the perspective of climate change

Ekko van Ierland, Xueqin Zhu

NeWater D 2.6.1

Rapid Assessment Matrix for Drivers of River Basin Change: Application to the Elbe, Tisza and Orange Case Studies

Katharine Cross, Ger Bergkamp, Mark Smith

NeWater D 2.6.2

Scenarios and Future Trends in Driving Forces for Iwrm - Sources of information for the scenarios of driving forces

Alejandra Matovelle, Martina Flörke, Lucas Menzel

NeWater D 2.6.3

Impact of socio-economic development and climate change on water resources and water stress

Lucas Menzel, Martina Flörke, Alejandra Matovelle, Joseph Alcamo

NeWater D 2.6.4

merged with D 2.6.3


NeWater D 2.6.5

merged with D 2.6.3