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StageFR
Project No.C-09-Init
Project NameDesigning Local Frameworks for Integrated Water Resources Management
Abbreviated TitleC-09-Init
Project LeaderKUBOTA Jumpei
Research AxisCirculation
URLhttp://www.chikyu.ac.jp/P-C09/
Key WordsIntegrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), local water resources governance, pro-humanistic water resources assessment, Bayesian ANthro-Socioeconomic-Hydrological systems Evaluation Emulator (BANSHEE),Water Consilience

 

○Research Subject and Objectives

As a background of this project, the concept of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) was proposed in the 1990s under worldwide growing environmental awareness and has been recognized as a fundamental principle for comprehensively performing water resources management,in which various sectors and many stakeholders are involved. However,challenges related to the implementation of IWRM in local communities and effective assessment of the influence of human activities on the water environment still remain. IWRM has focused on integrating sectors/organizations that govern various resources, such as surface water and groundwater; however,there appears to be a lack of systematic flexibility for the function of infrastructure on the demand side because a variety of requests on the users’side, and their historical and cultural backgrounds have not been considered.In addition, local water resources have been under joint management by water users, but there has been a switch to top-down management by public organizations with their increasing involvement, which follows modernization and expansion of irrigation systems. Moreover, qualitative changes are occurring within the structure of society, such as hastening of private assignment of water management. Therefore, new frameworks/guidelines have been requested in the field of local-to-regional water resources management. Furthermore, the target of IWRM is to move from “quantity” to “quality.” Water management must consider domestic and industrial water quality in addition to assessing water quantity for agricultural use when assessing global water resources dynamics.

 

The goal of C-09-Init is to present water resources management at the local level, which is the foundation of IWRM, to become a social implementation, and to develop the knowledge structure and faculty to implement this management by the concerned parties in these regions. In particular, C-09-Init considers a management structure that reflects the relationship among various water users. Based on such specific content and the necessary conditions for establishing the management structure, the aim of the project is to suggest desirable local water resources management guidelines through co-creation of “Wisdom of Land and Water Management” as a result of co-operation between science and society. The tools to implement the techniques for a more proactive discussion and specific goals will also be developed. Furthermore, C-09-Init will assess the influence of local water resources management on global water resources dynamics through a local water budget and virtual water trade. Based on such research results, information grounded in scientific evidence for a future study will be presented to various stakeholders from policymakers to water end-users in local level.

 

Based on the above background and goals,C-09-Init will present implementable solutions to the following problems of various stakeholders: a. changes in water resources dynamics due to changes in local water usage; b. environmental problems of agricultural land (soil salinization and ecosystem changes); c. development of new water resources due to increase in water demand; and d. water resources management to maximize and guarantee ecological services in targeted environments. In addition, water resources governance will be co-created through scientific and societal practices to achieve these goals. The following results will be returned to the local communities, and they will be instrumental in working toward a solution for the environmental problems: a. efficacy evaluation for local water resources management; b. assessment of the relationship between local water resources management and water usage/environment; c. necessary conditions for local desirable water resources management; d. contents and rules of wisdom that support local desirable water resources management; e. assessment of the influence of local water resources management on global water resources dynamics.

○Progress and Results in 2013

Overall progress

We established several study sites in Indonesia, Turkey, Egypt, and Japan to accomplish the goals of C-09-Init. Among these study sites, cases in Indonesia and Turkey provided a geographical and hydrological contrast between humid and semi-arid to arid regions, respectively, under the growing demand for water resources associated with rapid economic growth, while the Japanese case was considered a steady or decreasing demand for water resources. According to the comments provided by the Project Evaluation Committee (PEC) last year, we decided to focus on the cases in Indonesia and Turkey, with special emphasis on conducting co-creation studies with various stakeholders, because Indonesia and Turkey provide a simple hydrological contrast between humid and arid regions and their differences in history and culture provide for a comparative study in terms of water management structure. We held stakeholders meetings in both areas to re-identify problems and seek new ways of establishing proper water resources management and solving associated problems. Throughout these activities, we analyzed changes in stakeholders’ behavior and decision-making processes to evaluate the methodology for a transdisciplinary study.


Individual results of survey and research


(1) Clarification of conventional water resources management systems in humid areas and attempts to co-creation of knowledge between science and society (Indonesia):

We further conducted hydrological observations and land use surveys of targeted watersheds in Bali and South Sulawesi, which began in 2011, and clarified water use and balance in rice cultivation during the dry season. These studies showed that water users cultivated paddy during the dry season and respective geographical conditions while empirically utilizing the limited water resources. In Bali, we implemented a fact-finding survey on water governing structures whose basis is Subak and clarified that managing communities regarded as autonomous had altered into co-operative associations organized under public policies, and public-financing systems prompted such dynamics. In addition, we traced a change that functions of Subak seemed to contribute to suppressing soil erosions. We have structured systems in South Sulawesi to execute“co-creation by science and society” supported by various stakeholders, including farmers,local municipalities, and an NGO.


(2) Outcomes of Stakeholders meeting in Indonesia

Stakeholders meetings were held in Bali and South Sulawesi. Over 50 leaders of Subak in the Saba River watershed in the north of Bali Island and related government officials from various sections attended the meeting. Most participants stated problems that had recently arisen between Subak members and outsiders, such as illegally dumped waste associated with water pollution and illegal construction on irrigation canals. Because Subak consists of farmers, it was difficult to solve these problems beyond the governance of Subak. Participants realized the necessity for communication beyond the Subak governance; hence, we are now preparing comprehensive meetings on watershed management involving other stakeholders outside Subak. In addition, we have started an investigation on land use changes in the area, focusing on farmers’ behavior and decision-making processes as background of the problems.

The lack of proper communication among water managers (gate operators on irrigation canals), which are employed by both the government and water users associations, was clearly identified in the stakeholders meeting in Sulawesi, in which almost 100 leaders of farmers, water managers, and government supervisors participated. After this meeting, we supported the autonomous discussion among water managers. All meetings, including the small ones, were recorded to trace changes in awareness and behavior and to describe our actions to stakeholders.


(3) Integrated understanding of the impacts of institutions,technologies and outlook on natural resources of water users related to water resources management (Turkey):

After decentralization in the 1990s, Turkey has governance problems such as an information division and unclear attribution of responsibility. In particular, excessive use of water and fertilizers has caused increased soil salinity in the government-initiated irrigation project in the Harran Plain. To date, we have continued to observe water quality including salinity, hydrology, and land use changes. We found that increasing numbers of farmers are growing citrus in the Seyhan Basin, since its price goes up, which requires more water, and that government subsidies are changing crop patterns in the Harran Plain. We have conducted a questionnaire survey about the willingness to pay and farmers’ behavior and their recognition of water use. The results revealed that most farmers are dissatisfied with the new water law and government policies. This law prevents farmers from communicating and building mutual trust with public sectors. Thus, in March, 2014, we held stakeholders meetings in both Adana and Harran to promote mutual understanding and trust among various stakeholders and to stimulate them to proactively co-operate for better water management.


(4) Examination of water resources management by clarifying water users’ recognition of allocation and understanding water quality characteristics(the Echi River):

We conducted hydrological observations in command areas of the Eigenji Dam and clarified local differences in water use in each community as a result of spatial analysis of irrigation systems(including GIS), measurement of water levels in paddy plots, and analysis of irrigation and drainage water quality (including groundwater). Moreover, by comparison of water use between FR2 (ordinary rainfall) and FR3 (less rainfall), a hearing survey showed that urgent responses to water shortage are different in each community and organization.


(5) Historical elucidation of local water resources management based on reconstructions of stream flow and evaluation of irrigation improvement projects (Egypt):

We developed a historical approach based on local irrigation management from ancient to modern basin irrigation. We developed a flood model and executed trial calculations to replicate stream flow, water depths, and periods of flood inundation in the Nile delta area. We clarified the impacts of development on irrigation improvement projects conducted over the last 40 years through material analysis, which treated such impacts as a multi-layered mechanism of institutionalization. We simultaneously prepared an observation system to estimate the relationship of this mechanism to actual water resources allocation and agricultural production in the region.


(6) Development of tools for sharing information among stakeholders

We conducted an uncertainty assessment and parameter sensitivity analysis on the global water resources prediction. We have also been developing a GIS system (tentatively called “Atlas of water resources”), which includes land use change analyzed by satellite data, various statistics, and areas devastated by past flood and drought. Both the hydrological model and the GIS system are being utilized in workshops as tools to share information about water resources management among various stakeholders.

○Project Members

KUBOTA Jumpei ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Professor,Project Leader )

RAMPISELA, Dorotea Agnes ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Associate Professor,Co-Project Leader )

NAKAGAMI Ken'ichi ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature/Ritsumeikan University,Visiting Professor/Professor )

SEKINO Nobuyuki ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Researcher )

HASHIMOTO WATANABE Satoko ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Researcher )

HAMASAKI Hironori ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Researcher )

KATO Hisaaki ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Research Associate )

KOYAMA Masami ( Research Institute for Humanity and Nature,Project Research Associate )

<Indonesia>

MIZUTANI Masakazu ( Utsunomiya University,Professor Emeritus )

OUE Hiroki ( Ehime University,Professor )

OGUNI Kazuko ( Nihon Fukushi University,Associate Professor )

KAGAMI Haruya ( Kanazawa University,Professor )

SATO Yoshinobu ( Ehime University,Associate Professor )

NAKAGIRI Takao ( Osaka Prefecture University,Associate Professor )

HIRAYAMA Naoko ( The University of Shiga Prefecture,Assistant Professor )

MARUDDIN, Ratna ( NGO "Lembaga Pelangi", Indonesia,Staff )

BUDIASA, I Wayan ( Udayana University, Indonesia,Lecturer )

PITANA, I. Gde ( Udayana University, Indonesia,Professor )

BAJA, Sumbangan ( Hasanuddin University, Indonesia,Professor )

GISNO, Ogalelano Yaqien ( Hasanuddin University, Indonesia,Postgraduate Student )

IDRUS, Ilmi ( Hasanuddin University, Indonesia,Professor )

MUSA, Yunus ( Hasanuddin University, Indonesia,Professor )

MUSTAFA, Muslimin ( Hasanuddin University, Indonesia,Professor )

ARIF, Chnsnul ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Lecturer )

Liyantono ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Lecturer )

PURWANTO, Mohamad Yanuar Jarwadi ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Lecturer )

SAPTOMO, Satyanto K. ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Lecturer )

SETIAWAN, Budi I. ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Professor )

SUDARTHA, Made ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Research Associate )

Sutoyo ( Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia,Lecturer )

LABAN, Sartika ( Ehime University,Doctoral Student )

LIMIN, Sanz Grifrio ( Ehime University,Doctoral Student )

<Turkey>

NAGANO Takanori ( Kobe University,Associate Professor )

KOTERA Akihiko ( Kobe University,Researcher )

TAMURA Ulara ( Kyoto University,JSPS PD Research Fellow )

NAITO Masanori ( Doshisya University,Professor )

YAMANLAR MIZUNO Minako ( Ryukoku University,Professor )

ONO Yumiko ( Kobe University,Graduate Student )

MIYAJIMA Takashi ( Kobe University,Graduate Student )

YAMAMURA Yuta ( Kobe University,Graduate Student )

AKҪA, Erhan ( Adiyaman University, Turkey,Associate Professor )

OĞUZ, Ibrahim ( Adiyaman University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

SABBAĞ, Çiğdem ( Adiyaman University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

TOPAK, Yusuf ( Adiyaman University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

ZORLU, Kemal ( Adiyaman University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

BERBEROĞLU, Suha ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Professor )

ÇETİN, Mahmut ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Professor )

DÖNMEZ, Cenk ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

GÜLTEKİN, Ufuk ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

İBRİKÇİ, Hayriye ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Professor )

KANBER, Rıza ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Professor )

KAPUR, Selim ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Professor )

KESKİNER, Demir Ali ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Graduate Student )

KİBAR, Mustafa ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Professor and Rector )

TİLKİCİ, Burak ( Çukurova University, Turkey,Graduate Student )

AYDOĞDU, Mustafa Hakkı ( Harran University, Turkey,Lecturer )

BİLGİLİ, Ali Volkan ( Harran University, Turkey,Associate Professor )

ҪULLU, Mehmet A. ( Harran University, Turkey,Professor )

MUTLU, İbrahim Halil ( Harran University, Turkey,Professor and Rector )

SATIR, Onur ( Yuzuncu Yil University, Turkey,Assistant Professor )

BAYSAL, Mehmet Emin ( General Directorate of State Hydraulic Works, Turkey,Head of a department )

DONMA, Sevgi ( State Hydraulic Works, Turkey,Engineer )

DEMIR, Hüseyin ( GAP Regional Development Administration, Turkey,Senior Engineer )

KARAHOCAGIL, Sadrettin ( Republic of Turkey Ministry of Development Southeastern Anatolia Project Regional Development Administration, Turkey,Administrator )

<Echigawa>

AKIYAMA Michio ( The University of Shiga Prefecture,Professor )

ONO Nana ( The University of Shiga Prefecture,Assistant Professor )

KASHIO Tamaki ( Lake Biwa Museum,Researcher )

SHIBATA Yuki ( Toho University,Lecturer )

TANAKA Takuya ( Kyoto University,Assistant )

NAKAMURA Kimihito ( Kyoto University,Associate Professor )

MINAGAWA Akiko ( The University of Shiga Prefecture,Assistant Professor )

YACHI Shigeo ( Kyoto University,Associate Professor )

<Egypt>

TAKARA Kaoru ( Kyoto University,Professor )

ABE Ayako ( The University of Tokyo,Associate Professor )

KAKUTA Ieko ( Asia University,Professor )

TAKAMIYA Izumi ( Kinki University,Professor )

HASEGAWA So ( Japan Society for the Promotion of Science,Representative )

HAMAGUCHI Toshio ( Kyoto University,Assistant Professor )

LUO Pingping ( Kyoto University,Guest Research Associate (JSPS postdoctoral fellowship) )

WATANABE Tsugihiro ( Kyoto University,Professor )

BAKRY, Mohamed Fawzy ( National Water Research Center, Egypt,Professor and Vice President )

EL KHOLY, Rasha ( National Water Research Center, Egypt,Associate Professor )

ABOU EL FOTOUH, Nahla Zaki ( The Water Management Research Institute, National Water Research Center, Egypt,Professor and Institute Director )

ABOU EL HASSAN, Waleed H. ( The Water Management Research Institute, National Water Research Center, Egypt,Associate Professor )

EL GAMAL, Talat ( The Water Management Research Institute, National Water Research Center, Egypt,Assistant Professor )

EL NABY GAFFAR, Ibrahim Abd ( The Water Management Research Institute, National Water Research Center, Egypt,Assistant Professor )

FAWZY, Gamal Mohamed ( The Water Management Research Institute, National Water Research Center, Egypt,Professor )

ISMAIL, Ahmed Sayed ( The Water Management Research Institute, National Water Research Center, Egypt,Senior AG-Engineer )

<Global Model>

IMAGAWA Chie ( Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Risk Management Inc.,Senior Risk Analyst )

OKI Taikan ( The University of Tokyo,Professor )

HANASAKI Naota ( National Institute for Environmental Studies,Senior Researcher )

GROENFELDT, David John ( Water-Culture Institute, USA,Director )

○Future Themes

Overall plan

In FR4, we will transfer the knowledge and methods related to land–water management, which are clearly specified by co-creating“Wisdom of Land and Water Management” into cross-sectional practice over science and society. We will propose and implement local water resources governance as a social outcome while proposing pro-humanistic global water resources assessment for implementing IWRM as an academic goal.


Individual survey and research plans


(1)Indonesia: We will attempt to integrate users’ actions and behaviors on land and water management and the governing mechanism that has been organized while promoting further analysis of the realities surrounding water resources through hydrology and land use observations in the target basins. We will further deepen our analysis of water users associations in South Sulawesi while centering on the analysis of Subaks in Bali. In addition, we will practice“co-creation of science and society” in South Sulawesi, which has established well-organized systems, and develop the local water governance that we experimentally produced in FR2 in cooperation with stakeholders.


(2)Turkey: We aim at solution-oriented research activities through co-design and co-production with societal stakeholders. In particular, we will focus on how we can transfer knowledge from governmental agencies and scientists toward farmers in a more practical, effective way. In the academic sense, we aim to integrate the hydrology and land cover results from the targeted basins and the outcomes of socioeconomic analysis based on questionnaire surveys of stakeholders. In a social perspective, we will consider what role WUAs should play by reviewing legal materials related to land and water management.


(3)Japan (Echi River Basin): Based on the findings obtained up to FR3 and questionnaires that will be conducted, we will extract some communities and tertiary blocks that have problems related to water use as well as those that can manage water well as reference areas to clarify water utilization characteristics and the knowledge of land and water management. These surveys will enable us to identify the relationships between water management modes and the hydrological environment, as well as the factors for establishing proper water management.


(4) Integration: We focused on people’s behaviors and decision-making process on land and water management to integrate the outcomes from each study site. We will analyze these people’s actions and will try to model these processes. In addition, we will evaluate our methodologies for co-creating “Wisdom of Land and Water Management” as a result of co-operation between science and society. Based on the research results, data grounded in scientific evidence for the study of futurability will be presented to various stakeholders from policy makers to local end water users.

Books

【Chapters/Sections】

Hironori Hamasaki and Hiroyuki Katayama 2013,03 Environmental Leadership Development A Cambodian Case. Takashi Mino and Keisuke Hanaki (ed.) Environmental Leadership Capacity Building in Higher Education - Experience and Lessons from Asian Program for Incubation of Environmental Leaders. Springer, Tokyo, pp.109-118.  

Tsugihiro Watanabe 2012,03 Integrated Approach to Climate Change Impact Assessment on Agricultural Production Systems. V. Anbumozhi et al. (ed.) Climate Change in Asia and the Pacific. Asian Development Bank Institute and SAGE Publication, Tokyo, pp.138-155.  

Tsugihiro Watanabe 2011,09 Agriculture and Hydrological System. Shimizu, H. et. al, (ed.) Environmental Science of Water. University of Nagoya Press, pp.155-169. (in Japanese)  

Tsugihiro Watanabe 2011,03 Wise use of water in semi-arid regions – Nurturing local knowledge of land and water. Association of Japanese Agricultural Scientific Societies (ed.) Agro-sciences contributing to conservation and restoration of environment. Yokendo, pp.85-100. (in Japanese)  

Papers

【Original Articles】

Setiawan, B.I., Imansyah, A., Arif, C., et al. 2013,12 Effects of Groundwater Level on CH4 and N2O Emissions under SRI Paddy Management in Indonesia. Journal of Taiwan Water Conservancy 61(4) :135-146.(reviewed).  

Nagano, T. and Kotera, A. 2013,10 Recent Trend of Drought Cociliation and Agricultural Water Use in Japan. Proceeding of 1st World Irrigaton Forum and 64th IEC Meeting of ICID .  

Ibrikci, H., Cetin, M., et al. 2013,10 Integrated Water and Nitrogen Management in a Large Scale Irrigated Area in Southern Turkey. Proceeding of 1st Irrigation Forum and 64th IEC Meeting of ICID .  

Cetin, M., Flugel, W.A., Ibrikci, H., Nagano, T., Tilkici, B., et al. 2013,10 Sustainability of Agricultural Water Management: A Case Study in Southern Turkey. Proceedings of 1st Worls Irrigation Forum and 64th IEC Meeting of ICID .  

Nagano, T., Cetin, M., Tilkici, B., et al. 2013,04 The Use of Isotope Techniques for Diagnosis of Agricultural Drainage: A Case Study in Akarsu Irrigation District, Turkey. Proceeding of Aqua con Soil 2013 .  

Tsugihiro Watanabe and Shin Hirose 2011,09 Engineering in Wisdom on Land and Water. Journal of JSIDRE 79(9) :7-10. (in Japanese)  

Research Presentations

【Oral Presentation】

Setiawan, B.I., Imansyah, A., Arif, C., Watanabe, T., Mizoguchi, M. and Kato, H. Paddy Growth and GHG Emission in SRI Paddy Fields Subjected to Lowering Groundwater Level. The 12th Conference of International Society of Paddy and Water Environment Engineering (PAWEES 2013): Agricultural Water and Rural Environment for the future, 2013,10,30-2013,11,01, Cheongju, South Korea.  

Arif C, Mizoguchi, M., Setiawan, B.I. and Watanabe. T. Determining Optimal Soil Moisture for Irrigated Rice in Indonesia with System of Rice Intensification. The 12th Conference of International Society of Paddy and Water Environment Engineering (PAWEES 2013): Agricultural Water and Rural Environment for the future, 2013,10,30-2013,11,01, Cheongju, South Korea.  

Setiawan, B.I., Imansyah, A. and Watanabe, T. Characteristics of CH4 and N2O Emission under Various Water Levels in Paddy Fields. The First World Irrigation Forum and 64th International Executive Council Meeting of ICID, 2013,09,30-2013,10,03, Mardin, Turkey.  

Nagano, T. and Kotera, A. Recent trend of drought conciliation and agricultural water use in Japan. The First World Irrigation Forum and 64th IEC Meeting of ICID, 2013,09,30-2013,10,03, Mardin, Turkey.  

Ibrikci, H., Cetin, M., et al. Integrated Water and Nitrogen Management in a Large Scale Irrigated Area in Southern Turkey. The First World Irrigation Forum and 64th International Executive Council Meeting of ICID, 2013,09,30-2013,10,03, Mardin, Turkey.  

Hashimoto, W.S., Nakamura, K. and Watanabe, T. Relationship between water quality characteristics and water use in the area agricultural water is repeatedly used. The annual convention of the Japanese Society of Irrigation, Drainage and Rural Engineering in 2013, 2013,09,04, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo (in Japanese).  

Nagano, T., Cetin, M., Tilkici, B., Kume, T., Watanabe, T., Berberoglu, S., Kapur. S. and Akca, E. The Use of Isotope Techniques for Diagnosis of Agricultural Drainage: A Case Study in Akarsu Irrigation District, Turkey. Aqua con Soil 2013-The 12th International UFZ-Deltares Conference on Groundwater-Soil-Systems and Water Resource Management, 2013,04,16-2013,04,19, Barcelona, Spain.  

Ibrikci, H., Cetin, M., et al. Fertilizers Impacts on Nitrogen Budget under Irrigation in Mediterranean Region of Turkey. The 13th International Symposium on Soil and Plant Analysis, 2013, April 2013, Queenstown, New Zealand.  

IMAGAWA Chie, HANDOH Itsuki C., TAKEUCHI Junichiro A Bayesian Uncertainty Analysis of the Modelled Surface- and Ground-Water Flows in an Agricultural Watershed. PAWEES 2012 International Conference, 2012,11,27-2012,11,29, Nonthaburi, Thailand.  

Tsugihiro Watanabe Designing local frameworks for integrated water resources management. Workshop on collaborative research on themes relating to the humanities and the environment, 2012,03,22-2012,03,23, University of East Anglia, Norwich, United Kingdom.  

Tsugihiro Watanabe Designing Framework of Local Water Management under the Context of Integrated Water Resources Management. 6th World Water Forum, 2012,03,12-2012,03,17, Marseille, France.  

Hironori HAMASAKI, Ken'ichi NAKAGAMI New Paradigm'of Integrated Water Resources Management. The 6th World Water Forum, 2012,03,12-2012,03,17, Marseille, France.  

Ulara TAMURA Introduction:Designing Framework of Local Water Management under the Context of Integrated Water Resources Management. the 6th World Water Forum, 2012,03,12-2012,03,17, Marseille, France.  

Hisaaki Kato Rethinking of IWRM, from the Viewpoint of Management and Organization Theory. Workshop of the Research Project on "Wisdom of Land and Water Management", 2011,11,12-2011,11,15, Kyoto, RIHN.  

Tsugihiro Watanabe Designing Local Framework of integrated Water Resources Management. International Symposium on “Long Term Vision for the Sustainable Water & Land Use, Linking Global Vision & Local Wisdom”, 2011,09,20-2011,09,23, Adiyaman, Turkey.  

Hisaaki Kato "Convivial Organization" for Renewal of Integrated Water Resources Management Framework: Focusing up on Collaborate Activities for Water Resources Management in the context of Modern Organizational Theory "Cooperative System” Revisited. International Symposium Long Term Vision For The Sustainable Water & Land Use, 2011,09,20-2011,09,23, Turkey, Adiyaman University.  

Ulara TAMURA Weaving Rural Lifeworld and Global Science; For the Better Use of Water as the Commons among the Locals. International Symposium of "Long Term Vision for the Sustainable Water & Land Use, 2011,09,20-2011,09,23, Adiyaman, Turkey.  

【Poster Presentation】

Nakagiri, T., Hashimoto, W.S., Kato, H., Sutoyo, Oue, H., Rampisela, D.A., Setiawan, B.I. and Mizutani, M. Basic diagnose of the present situation of surface water quality environment in Kampili Irrigation Area. Indonesia Sulawesi Stakeholders Meeting, 2014,01,08-2014,01,09, Makassar, Indonesia.  

Nakagiri, T., Hashimoto, W.S., Kato, H., Sutoyo, Oue, H., Rampisela, D.A., Setiawan, B.I. and Mizutani, M. Basic diagnose of the present situation of ground water quality environment around Renggang in Kampili area. Indonesia Sulawesi Stakeholders Meeting, 2014,01,08-2014,01,09, Makassar, Indonesia.  

Hashimoto, W.S., Nakamura, K., Hamasaki, H., Imagawa, C., Kato, H. and Watanabe, T. The Characteristics of Water Quality in Agricultural Area Reusing Drainage Water. The 1st World Irrigation Forum, 2013,09,30-2013,10,03, Mardin, Turkey.  

Cetin, M., Flügel, W.A., Ibrikci, H., Nagano, T., Tilkici, B., et al. Sustainability of Agricultural Water Management: A Case Study in Southern Turkey. The First World Irrigation Forum and 64th International Executive Council Meeting, 2013,09,30-2013,10,03, Mardin, Turkey.  

Saptomo, S.K., Setiawan, B.I., Budiasa, I.W., Sutoyo, Liyantono, Arif, C., et. al. Jaringan Pemantauan Iklim dan Lahan secara Online di DAS Saba. Indonesia Saba Watershed Stakeholders' Conference, 2013,09,08-2013,09,09, Bali, Indonesia.  

Sutoyo Pergeseran Musim Hujan di DAS Saba Tahun 1989-2012. Indonesia Saba Watershed Stakeholders' Conference, 2013,09,08-2013,09,09, Bali, Indonesia.  

Sutoyo Perubahan Penggunaan Lahan di DAS Saba Tahun 2000-2008. Indonesia Saba Watershed Stakeholders' Conference, 2013,09,08-2013,09,09, Bali, Indonesia.  

Liyantono, Setiawan, B.I., Saptomo, S.K., Rampisela, D.A., Irsyad, F., Gardjito, Nakagiri, T. and Watanabe, T Perubahan Penggunaan Lahan dan Pergeseran Musim di DAS Janeberang. Indonesia Saba Watershed Stakeholders' Conference, 2013,09,08-2013,09,09, Bali, Indonesia.  

Arif, C., Setiawan, B.I., Saptomo, S.K., Sutoyo, Liyantono, Budiasa, I.W., et al. Analisis Kebutuhan Air Tanaman di DAS Saba berdasarkan Data Monitoring. Indonesia Saba Watershed Stakeholders' Conference, 2013,09,08-2013,09,09, Bali, Indonesia.  

Ogalelano, Y.G., Nakagiri, T., Oue, H., Rampisela, D.A., Laban S. and Kato H. Possibilities of Approach Integrating RS Multi-Data Analysis and GIS for Water Resources Management and Environmental Monitoring - The Case study of Bili-Bili Irrigation System, Indonesia. The 20th CERes International Symposium on Microsatellites for Remote Sensing (SOMIRES 2013) and The 231th RISH Symposium, 2013,08,08-2013,08,09, Chiba, Japan.  

Hironori HAMASAKI, Hisaaki KATO, and Takao NAKAGIRI Possibilities of approach integrating ‘hardware’ and ‘software’ for sustainable water resources management: – the case of Bali, Indonesia. The 4th International Water Association Asia-Pacific Young Water Professionals Conference, 2012,12,07-2012,12,10, Tokyo, Japan..  

Hironori Hamasaki, Hisaaki Kato, Chie Imagawa and Satoko Watanabe Rethinking integrated water resources management (IWRM): Need for reframing IWRM for futurability. 10th International Symposium on Southeast Asian Water Environment in Hanoi, 2012,11,08-2012,11,10, Vietnam, Hanoi.  

Designing Local Frameworks for Interfrated Water Resources Management. the 6th World Water Forum, 2012,03,12-2012,03,17, Marseille, France.  

Water Projects. The 6th World Water Forum , 2012,03,12-2012,03,17, Marseille, France.