Workshop on transboundary aquifers

On 29 and 30 May 2007 UNESCO held a workshop on transboundary aquifers, together with the Académie de l’Eau and the BRGM. It aimed to underline the importance of transboundary aquifers across the world and to affirm the interdisciplinary nature of water management as well as the necessity to create a common language between the different disciplines. For the first time the presentations are now available online.


acrobat_icon Report of the workshop

powerpoint_icon Hydrogeological Characteristics of Transboundary Aquifers (Kukuric)

acrobat_icon The draft articles on the law of transboundary aquifers (Stephan)

acrobat_icon UNESCO Seminar on Groundwaters (Yamada)

powerpoint_icon The new Groundwater Directive and its links to transboundary aquifer management (Quevauviller)

acrobat_icon Monitoring and Assessment of Transboundary Groundwaters in Europe: the work of UNECE (Chilton)

acrobat_icon UNESCO IHP cooperation with ILC (Stephan)

acrobat_icon International Commission of the Scheldt (Lefébure)

acrobat_icon Transboundary Aquifers in Hungary

acrobat_icon The carboniferous limestones aquifer between Flanders, France and Wallonia (Meus)

acrobat_icon Transboundary cooperation groundwater management at the Estonian Russian border