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Lebanon-Introduction-Figure 1-Map of Lebanon with major rivers
Lebanon-Introduction-Figure 1-Map of Lebanon with major rivers
Figure 1. Map of Lebanon with major rivers.
Lebanon-Water Resource-Table 1- Annual available water resources in Lebanon (in MCM)-MoE.2011.El-Fadel et al.2000.Backalowicz. 2009 based on several sources
Lebanon-Water Resource-Table 1- Annual available water resources in Lebanon (in MCM)-MoE.2011.El-Fadel et al.2000.Backalowicz. 2009 based on several sources
Table 1. Annual available water resources in Lebanon (in MCM). Sources: MoE, 2011; El-Fadel et al., 2000; Backalowicz, 2009 based on several sources.
Lebanon-Water Use-Figure 2-Exploited resources by source for the year 2010-Fanack after MEW, 2010
Lebanon-Water Use-Figure 2-Exploited resources by source for the year 2010-Fanack after MEW, 2010
Figure 2. Exploited resources by source for the year 2010. Source: Fanack after MEW, 2010. Note: these estimates also reflect present conditions.
Lebanon-Water Use-Figure 3-Estimated annual water demand by sector 2015-2035 (MCM)-Fanack after MEW. 2010
Lebanon-Water Use-Figure 3-Estimated annual water demand by sector 2015-2035 (MCM)-Fanack after MEW. 2010
Figure 3. Estimated annual water demand by sector 2015-2035 (MCM). Source: Fanack after MEW, 2010 for a regular year.
Lebanon-Water Use-Figure 4-Planned agricultural projects-Fanack after MEW.2010 and Plan Bleu.ECODIT.2014
Lebanon-Water Use-Figure 4-Planned agricultural projects-Fanack after MEW.2010 and Plan Bleu.ECODIT.2014
Figure 4. Planned agricultural projects. Source: Fanack after MEW, 2010 and Plan Bleu/ECODIT, 2014.
Lebanon-Figure 5-Water Infrastructure-Planned major dams and lakes (5 MCM) and status of water supply by establishment-Fanack after MEW.2010
Lebanon-Figure 5-Water Infrastructure-Planned major dams and lakes (5 MCM) and status of water supply by establishment-Fanack after MEW.2010
Figure 5. Planned major dams and lakes (>5 MCM) and status of water supply by establishment. Source: Fanack after MEW, 2010, updated based on personal communication with MEW, 2015.
Lebanon-Water Management-Table 2-Key actors in Lebanon’s water sector and their main functions-MEW.2010.IFI.2015
Lebanon-Water Management-Table 2-Key actors in Lebanon’s water sector and their main functions-MEW.2010.IFI.2015
Table 2. Key actors in Lebanon’s water sector and their main functions. Source: MEW, 2010; IFI, 2015.
Lebanon-Water Management-Figure 6-Financial flows in the water sector-Fanack after MEW.2010.updated based on personal communication with MEW.2015
Lebanon-Water Management-Figure 6-Financial flows in the water sector-Fanack after MEW.2010.updated based on personal communication with MEW.2015
Figure 6. Financial flows in the water sector. Source: Fanack after MEW, 2010, updated based on personal communication with MEW, 2015.
Lebanon-Water Management-Figure 7-Sources of funding for water-related projects under CDR (1992-2012)-Fanack based on data from CDR.2013b
Lebanon-Water Management-Figure 7-Sources of funding for water-related projects under CDR (1992-2012)-Fanack based on data from CDR.2013b
Figure 7. Sources of funding for water-related projects under CDR (1992-2012). Source: Fanack based on data from CDR, 2013b.
Lebanon-Shared Water Resources-Table 3-Main characteristics of shared rivers in Lebanon-UN-ESCWA and BGR.2013
Lebanon-Shared Water Resources-Table 3-Main characteristics of shared rivers in Lebanon-UN-ESCWA and BGR.2013
Table 3. Main characteristics of shared rivers in Lebanon. Source: UN-ESCWA and BGR, 2013; Holst-Warhaft, G. and Steenhuis, T., 2010. Losing Paradise: The Water Crisis in the Mediterranean. Published by Ashgate; FAO, 2009.
Lebanon-Shared Water Resources-Figure 8-Cooperation structures between Lebanon and Syria-Fanack based on UN-ESCWA and BGR.2013.personal communication with MEW.2015
Lebanon-Shared Water Resources-Figure 8-Cooperation structures between Lebanon and Syria-Fanack based on UN-ESCWA and BGR.2013.personal communication with MEW.2015
Figure 8. Cooperation structures between Lebanon and Syria. Source: Fanack based on UN-ESCWA and BGR, 2013; personal communication with MEW, 2015.