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Figure 1.1 The Scope Defines the Legal Coverage of a Treaty – Waters and Water Use

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 1.2 Status of World Water

(Source: UNESCO)

Figure 1.3 An Ephemeral River

(Source: adapted by A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012, from Figure 1.5)

Figure 1.4 Legal Coverage of Groundwaters

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 1.5 Illustration of Transboundary Aquifer

(Source: Puri and others, 2001)

Image adapted from S Puri and others, ‘Internationally shared aquifer resources management, their significance and sustainable management: A framework document’ IHP-VI International Hydrological Programme Non-Serial Publications in Hydrology SC-2001/WS/40 (UNESCO 2001)

Figure 1.6 Groundwater Resources of the World

(Source: WHYMAP and Margat, 2008)

Figure 1.7 Treaty Inclusivity

Data is from N Zawahri, A Dinar, and G Nigatu (2010) Governing International Freshwater Resources: An Analysis of Treaty Design. Paper presented at the ISA Congress, New Orleans, February 2010.

Figure 1.8 Primary Focus of Transboundary Water Agreements Adopted During the 20th Century

(Source: Jägerskog and Phillips 2006)

D Phillips and others, Trans-Boundary Water Cooperation as a Tool for Conflict Prevention and for Broader Benefit-Sharing (EGDI, Ministry for Foreign Affairs 2006)

Figure 2.1 Theories of Allocation

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 2.2 The Application of Equitable and Reasonable Use

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 2.3 Relevant Factors Matrix

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 2.4 Significant Harm

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 3.1 Planned Measures

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 4.1 Ecosystem Services and Rivers

(Source: UK MEA 2011)

Figure 4.2 The World Health Organisation Water Quality Standards

Figure 5.1 Effects of climate change and its impacts on water services

Amended from BC Bates, ZW Kundzewicz, S Wu and JP Palutikof (eds.), Climate Change and Water (IPPC 2008) at 70

Figure 6.1 Water Security Risk Index

(Source: Maplecroft, 2011)

Figure 6.2 International humanitarian laws applicable to armed conflict involving watercourses

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 6.3 Legal right of non-discrimination and equal access to national remedies

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 6.4 Indus River Basin

(Source: TFDD, 2005)

This map is a product of the Transboundary Freshwater Dispute Database, Department of Geosciences, Oregon State University. Additional information about the TFDD can be found at http://www.transboundarywaters.orst.edu/database/index.html

Figure 6.5 Danube River Basin

(Source: WWF, 2005)

Figure 6.6 Provisional Solution: Variant “C” Gabcíkovo-Nagymaros Project

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Adapted from ICJ (1997)

Figure 6.7 Original Gabcíkovo-Nagymaros Project

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Adapted from ICJ (1997)

Figure 6.8 Dispute Settlement under Article 33

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

Figure 7.1 States with the option of ratifying, accepting or approving the Convention

(Source: A Rieu-Clarke, R Moynihan, B-O Magsig, 2012)

 

 

 

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