His scientific interests lie mostly in Water resources, Environmental resource management, Integrated water resources management, Hydrology and Water resource management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Water balance, International waters and Political history. Pieter van der Zaag usually deals with Environmental resource management and limits it to topics linked to Environmental economics and Livelihood, Sustainable development and Operations management.
Pieter van der Zaag has included themes like Natural resource economics, Resource, Water scarcity and Risk analysis in his Integrated water resources management study. His study in Drainage basin and Surface runoff are all subfields of Hydrology. His Water resource management research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Catchment area, Upstream, Downstream and Irrigation management, Spate irrigation.
His primary areas of investigation include Water resources, Water resource management, Drainage basin, Hydrology and Environmental resource management. His work on Integrated water resources management is typically connected to Riparian zone as part of general Water resources study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Water resource management study incorporates themes from Upstream, Water conservation, Irrigation, Agriculture and Water supply.
His study looks at the intersection of Drainage basin and topics like Land cover with Agricultural land. His Hydrology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Salinity and Land degradation. His studies deal with areas such as Resource, Ecosystem services, Livelihood and Environmental planning as well as Environmental resource management.
His primary scientific interests are in Drainage basin, Water resource management, Hydrology, Environmental planning and Ecosystem services. In his research on the topic of Drainage basin, Natural resource, Farm water and Welfare is strongly related with Climate change. Pieter van der Zaag interconnects Endorheic basin and Water resources in the investigation of issues within Water resource management.
His Environmental planning course of study focuses on Public participation and Politics, Integrated water resources management and Water scarcity. His Ecosystem services study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Legislation and Environmental resource management. Within one scientific family, Pieter van der Zaag focuses on topics pertaining to Land-use planning under Environmental resource management, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Livelihood and Resource.
Pieter van der Zaag spends much of his time researching Drainage basin, Water resource management, Environmental planning, Water resources and Climatology. He has researched Drainage basin in several fields, including Public participation, Integrated water resources management and Arid. His research integrates issues of Natural resource, Climate change, Farm water and Agriculture in his study of Water resource management.
His work deals with themes such as Legislation, Environmental impact assessment and Ecosystem services, which intersect with Environmental planning. The various areas that Pieter van der Zaag examines in his Water resources study include Nile basin and Economic impact analysis. His study connects Satellite rainfall and Climatology.
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Water as an Economic Good and Demand Management Paradigms with Pitfalls
Hubert H.G. Savenije;Pieter van der Zaag.
Water International (2002)
Going against the flow: A critical analysis of inter-state virtual water trade in the context of India's National River Linking Program
Shilp Verma;Shilp Verma;Doeke A. Kampman;Pieter van der Zaag;Pieter van der Zaag;Arjen Ysbert Hoekstra.
Integrated Water Resources Management: Relevant concept or irrelevant buzzword? A capacity building and research agenda for Southern Africa
Pieter van der Zaag.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2005)
Adaptive and Integrated Water Management: Coping With Complexity and Uncertainty
Pieter Van Der Zaag.
Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union (2008)
Land suitability analysis for agriculture in the Abbay basin using remote sensing, GIS and AHP techniques
Seleshi G. Yalew;Seleshi G. Yalew;Ann van Griensven;Ann van Griensven;Marlous L. Mul;Pieter van der Zaag;Pieter van der Zaag.
Modeling Earth Systems and Environment (2016)
Towards measurable criteria for the equitable sharing of international water resources
Pieter van der Zaag;I.M. Seyam;Hubert H.G. Savenije.
Water Policy (2002)
Water losses and the political constraints to demand management: the case of the City of Mutare, Zimbabwe
Bekithemba Gumbo;Pieter van der Zaag.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2002)
Estimation of Reservoir Discharges from Lake Nasser and Roseires Reservoir in the Nile Basin Using Satellite Altimetry and Imagery Data
Eric Muala;Yasir A. Mohamed;Yasir A. Mohamed;Zheng Duan;Pieter van der Zaag;Pieter van der Zaag.
Remote Sensing (2014)
Asymmetry and Equity in Water Resources Management; Critical Institutional Issues for Southern Africa
Pieter van der Zaag;Pieter van der Zaag.
Water Resources Management (2007)
Dam operation for environmental water releases; the case of Osborne dam, Save catchment, Zimbabwe
Griphin R Symphorian;E Madamombe;Pieter van der Zaag.
Physics and Chemistry of The Earth (2003)
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