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There is a long and established framework for water resources management in Colombia. The Environment Ministry and up to 33 Regional Authorities (the first one was created in 1954), are in charge of water resources management and policies at the national and regional and watershed level, respectively. Other sectoral ministries are in charge of water demand for energy, water supply and sanitation and water for irrigation. by M. Zamorano, C. Kungolos, V. Popov, H. Itoh. ISBN 9781845640743 (978-1-84564-074-3) Hardcover, WIT Press, Computational Mechanics, 2007. Coauthors & Alternates.
All Papers Books Advanced. Brebbia, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK and . KUNGOLOS, University of Thessaly, Greece. Water Resources Management – A Possibility For Drought Mitigation In Wetlands? Author(s): O. Dietrich, H. Koch & S. Schweigert.