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  • Carles Sanchis Ibor, Esther López-Pérez, Marta García-Mollá, Elena López-Gunn, Adrià Rubio-Martín, Manuel Pulido-Velazquez, Sergio Segura-Calero (2023).

Advancing Co-governance through Framing Processes: Insights from Action-Research in the Requena-Utiel Aquifer (Eastern Spain) 

  • Neces M.C., Nunes L., Monteiro J.P. (2020).

Evaluation of GRACE data for water resource management in Iberia: a case study of groundwater storage monitoring in the Algarve region.  Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies, Volume 32, December 2020, 100734 

  • Rouillard J., Babbitt C., Pulido-Velazquez M., Rinaudo J.D. (2021).

Transitioning out of Open Access: A Closer Look at Institutions for Management of Groundwater Rights in France, California, and Spain. Water Resources Research, 57, e2020WR028951.

  • Rubio-Martin A., Macian-Sorribes H., Lopez-Perez E., Garcia-Prats A., Manzano-Juarez J. Jimenez-Bello M.A., Pulido-Velazquez M. (2021).

Forecasting groundwater pumping cap in an overexploited Mediterranean aquifer using seasonal meteorological forecasts from Copernicus Climate Change Service. EGU General Assembly 2021, online, 19–30 Apr 2021, EGU21-12273, 2021.

  • López Pérez, E.; Sanchis Ibor, C.; Jiménez Bello, M.A.; Rubio-Martín, A.; Macian-Sorribes, H.; Garcia-Prats, A., Garcia-Molla, M., Pulido-Velazquez, M. (2021).

Mapeo de áreas regadas usando datos geoespaciales y teledetección en el municipio de Caudete de las Fuentes (Valencia). EN XXXVIII Congreso Nacional de Riegos Parte II. (1 – 9). Cartagena, Spain: Universidad Politécnica de Cartagena. 

  • Zhour Bouzidi, Nicolas Faysse, Insaf Mekki, Intissar Ferchichi, Emeline Hassenforder, Jean-Daniel Rinaudo.

Sustainable management of groundwater resources in Morocco and Tunisia: how  existing cases of functional groundwater management can help thinking about local solutions?

  • Zakia Kchikech, Zhour Bouzidi and Nicolas Faysse (2024).

Unveiling unexpected social changes in a groundwater economy in the Middle Atlas, Morocco. Water Alternatives 17(1): 73-93.