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The Global Water System Project (2005)
Report No. 1: Science Framework and Implementation Activities
The Global Water System Project (GWSP) is a joint project of the Earth System Science Partnership (ESSP) consisting of four Global Environmental Change Programmes: the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP), the International Human Dimensions Programme (IHDP), the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP) and DIVERSITAS, an international programme of biodiversity science.
The overarching question of the Global Water System Project (GWSP) is how human actions are changing the global water system and what are the environmental and socio-economic feedbacks arising from the anthropogenic changes in the global water system.
Detailed information about the GWSP can be found in the report 'GWSP Science Framework and Implementation Activities', which is available on the GWSP website (www.gwsp.org). The website also provides the project's newsletter 'Global Water News', selected publications, a list of all members of the scientific steering committee, and other information, for example on GWSP related meetings.
Download GWSP Report No. 1 (2.1 MB)
Download Newsletter 'Global Water News' (1.4 MB)