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Further Reading

1 – Yorke, V., 2013. ‘Politics matter: Jordan’s path to water security lies through political reforms and regional cooperation’.

2 – UN-ESCWA & BGR, 2013. Jordan River. In: Inventory of Shared Water Resources in Western Asia, Beirut.

3- EDM Global, 2015. Every drop matters. See everydropmatters.com/global-edm/jordan/ for project overview.

4 – Al-Ansari, N. et al., 2014. ‘Water Supply Network Losses in Jordan’. Journal of Water Resource and Protection, 6, 83-96.

5 – Al-Ansari, N., 2014. ‘Water Demand Management in Jordan’. Engineering, 6(1): 19-26.

6 – Altz-Stamm, A., 2012. ‘Jordan’s Water Resource Challenges and the Prospects for Sustainability’. GIS for Water Resources.

7 – Mercy Corps, 2014. Tapped Out: Water Scarcity and Refugee Pressure in Jordan.

8 – Reuters, 2015. ‘Jordan, Israel agree $900 million Red Sea-Dead Sea project’.

9 – Ministry of Water and Irrigation, 2012. Annual Report.

10 – ECC Platform, 2015. Yarmouk River: Tensions and cooperation between Syria and Jordan.

11 – United Nations, Jordan, 2015. Jordan Response Plan for the Syria Crisis 2015 – Executive Summary.