Title: Review of Yemen’s Control of Groundwater Extraction Regime: Situation and Options
Author: Ahmed Mohamed Alderwish, Department of Earth and Environmental science & Wa’el Ishaq Mohamed, Department of Water and Soil – Sana’a University, Sana’a, Yemen.

 

Title: The Study for the Water Resources Management and Rural Water Supply Improvement in Yemen – Water Resources Management Action Plan For Sana’a Basin. (Final Report)/ (Main Report)
Author: National Water Resources Authority (NWRA), and Ministry of Water and Environment (MWE), The Republic of Yemen
Publishing year: November, 2007
Publisher: Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
Earth System Science Co., Ltd. in association with Japan Tecnho Co., Ltd.

Summary Report

Supporting Report (Complete)

Title: The Adaptive Water Resource Management Handbook
Edited by: Jaroslav Mysiak, Hans Jørgen Henrikson, Caroline Sullivan, John Bromley and Claudia Pahl-Wostl
Publisher: earthscan – London, Sterling, VA
Publishing year: 2010
Copyright © Dr Jaroslav Mysiak

 

 

Title: Good Practices in Agricultural Water Management – Case Studies from Farmers Worldwide (Foggara: Traditional Irrigation in Algeria)
Author & Publisher: International Federation of Agriculture Procedures (IFAP)

Title: How to harness the full potential of integrated catchment management as a pathway to sustainability
Authors:
Edward P. Weber
Ali Memon
Brett Painter
Publishing Year: July, 2009
Publisher: Faculty Publications (SEPA), School of Environmental & Public Affairs – University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Title: Sana’a Basin Water Management Project  Compiled Geological Map

Title: Sana’a Basin Water Management Project  Compiled Geological Map Sheet D

Title: Sana’a Basin Water Management Project  Compiled Geological Map Sheet C

Title: Sana’a Basin Water Management Project, Compiled Geological Map Sheet A

Title: Final Report, Sana’s Basin Water Management Project IDA Credit 3774- YEM Contract No RFP No 2/04– Republic of Yemen – Satellite Imagery/Data Analysis Study along with Ground Truth and Meteorological Monitoring