Integrated Water Resource Management and Climate Change


  • Kaveh Ostad-Ali- Askari Department of Civil Engineering, School of Engineering, American University in Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Department of Irrigation, College of Agriculture, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, 8415683111, Iran



The documentation of local progress assistances from climate change qualification is a likely inspiring feature to attain this. But, there is a deficiency of applied instances of how climate change qualification and progress priorities can be combined in general development procedures, chiefly in low- and internal-profits nations. Evolving information-based and practical climate change strategies requires creating science-policy lines through which information makers and politicians unite. Present investigation discloses that co-creation-depend lines conquered neither by information creators nor politicians prosper in enabling the alteration of information into policy. Amphibious vehicle is chiefly defenseless to climate changes that are predictable to source environment destruction and damage and, eventually, resident excisions. But, little is recognized about how the collaboration amongst climate change and destruction may delay the ability of amphibians to adjust to climate change.


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How to Cite

Askari, K. O.-A.-. (2021). Integrated Water Resource Management and Climate Change. Journal of Architectural Environment & Structural Engineering Research, 4(4), 1–2.


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