Water & Conflict Conclusions Total number of events by bar intensity Scale



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Water & Conflict Conclusions

Total number of events by BAR Intensity Scale

Total events by issue area

  • 1Yoffe, S. & Larson, K. CHAPTER 2 BASINS AT RISK: WATER EVENT DATABASE METHODOLOGY, (2001).

Cooperative, conflictive and neutral events by issue area

  • 1Yoffe, S. & Larson, K. CHAPTER 2 BASINS AT RISK: WATER EVENT DATABASE METHODOLOGY, (2001).
  • 1Yoffe, S. & Larson, K. CHAPTER 2 BASINS AT RISK: WATER EVENT DATABASE METHODOLOGY, (2001).
  • 1Yoffe, S. & Larson, K. CHAPTER 2 BASINS AT RISK: WATER EVENT DATABASE METHODOLOGY, (2001).

Distribution of cooperative, conflictive and total events per year

  • 1Yoffe, S. & Larson, K. CHAPTER 2 BASINS AT RISK: WATER EVENT DATABASE METHODOLOGY, (2001).

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