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From Source to Sea?

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From Source to Sea?

Approaches to River Basin Management in Germany

Kraemer, R. Andreas; Ralph Piotrowski; Mathias Hohmann et al. 1998: From Source to Sea? Approaches to River Basin Management in Germany. Ecologic - Institute for International and European Environmental Policy, Berlin.


Citation

Kraemer, R. Andreas; Ralph Piotrowski; Mathias Hohmann et al. 1998: From Source to Sea? Approaches to River Basin Management in Germany. Ecologic - Institute for International and European Environmental Policy, Berlin.

Language
English
Author(s)
Mathias Hohmann
Stefani Bär
Funding
Year
1998
Dimension
51 pp.
Project ID
950
Table of Contents

Preamble
1 Introduction
2 River Basin Management in Germany
2.1 The German River Systems
2.2 Environmental Quality of the Main River Systems in Germany
2.3 Actors in River Basins Management
2.3.1 Water resources management within the federal government
2.3.2 Water resources management by the Federal Lander
2.3.3 Municipal water resources management
2.3.4 Associations
2.3.5 Technical-scientific associations
2.3.6 Water user associations
2.4 The Regulatory Regimes of the Main Rivers in Germany
2.4.1 Rhine
2.4.2 Moselle and Saar
2.4.3 Elbe
2.4.4 Oder
2.4.5 Danube
2.5 Regulatory Approaches Germany: Transboundary River Management
2.6 Water Management Instruments in Germany
2.6.1 Planning instruments
2.6.2 Regulatory law and administrative procedures
2.6.3 Economic instruments
2.6.4 Environmental quality objectives
2.6.5 Action programmes
3 Key to Case-Boxes of German river basin management
4 Conclusions
5 References

Keywords
river basin management, Rhine, Moselle, Saar, Elbe, Oder, Danube, Germany