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Authors: A. Jägerskog, T. J. Clausen, K. Lexén and T. Holmgren, 2013.
- Figure 1-Examples of assessment tools in the WEF nexus at different scales and with different levels of data intensity
- Table 1-A selection and categorisation of ICT enabled water supply projects in East Africa
- Table 2-Benefits and challenges in ICT enabled water supply services
- Table 3-Summary of Cooling Systems Trade-offs
- Table 4-Common barriers to effective IWRM-ICM implementation
Authors: A. Jägerskog and T. Clausen, 2012.
- Figure 1-Average per capita food supply in kcal per day, for selected countries and years
- Figure 2-Food supply in China and the associated per capita water requirement 1961-2005
- Map-Large-scale land areas acquired in selected countres as per cent of total agricultural land areas, 2004-2009
Authors: A. Jägerskog, A. Cascao, M. Hårsmar and K. Kim, 2012.
- Figure 1-The cascading impacts- from the global food rush to transboundary waters
- Figure 2-Planned and operating dams in the Niger Basin
Authors: M. Zeitoun and A. Jägerskog, 2011.
- Figure 1-The indirect links between effective TWM and poverty reduction
- Table 1-Theoretical examples of typical TWM efforts and interventions
- Table 3-Framework for the development of TWM strategies to redress imbalances
Author: Swedish Water House, 2009.
Authors: D. J. H. Phillips, J. A. Allan, M. Claassen, J. Granit, A. Jägerskog, E. Kistin, M. Patrick, A. Turton, 2008.
Author: Swedish Water House, 2007.