Traditional Water Systems: Circular Water Stories lab

I. Bobbink, A. Chouairi, N. Naeema Ali

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Abstract

The main challenge this research project wants to address is to study, understand, map and learn from indigenous and vernacular water systems all over the world to unveil different interrelationships between the investigated sites, their processes, their usages and their cultural meanings.
.... As a reaction on all kinds of change - population growth, use, climate etc. measures to retain, to infiltrate, to drain, to irrigate and to reuse water were developed. Many of these systems are still (partly) alive.”

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)50-62
JournalAtlantis
Volume30
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • traditional
  • water systems
  • stories
  • analysis

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