This paper by Jacob D. Petersen-Perlman, Jennifer C. Veilleux, Matthew Zentner, and Aaron T. Wolf was just published in the Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education's (JCWRE) special issue on Water and International Security. Here is the Introduction by issue editor Dr. David Kreamer.
Jacob and Jennifer are OSU doctoral students in geography. Both are out of the country doing their field work: Jennifer in the Lao PDR (aka Laos) and Jacob in southern Africa. Aaron Wolf is their advisor and he is out the country, whereabouts unknown, on sabbatical. Matthew is a former PhD student of Aaron's, now at the Department of Defense.
Access the paper here, where you can also freely download a PDF.
Water security is a challenge faced within many transboundary river basins. Identifying the resilient factors within a system may reduce water security concerns and enhance cooperation. In this paper, we are examining the dimensions of resilience as influenced by the rate of change and institutional capacity within river basins. Three case studies are analyzed for their water security capacity, including resilience and vulnerability, as well as institutional capacity
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