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Volume 28, Number 3, 1 September 2012

Introduction: Water and Security in Central Asia—Solving a Rubik's Cube
pp. 395-397(3)
Authors: Stucki, Virpi; Wegerich, Kai; Rahaman, Muhammad Mizanur; Varis, Olli

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Nouns and Numbers of the Water–Energy–Security Nexus in Central Asia
pp. 399-418(20)
Authors: Stucki, Virpi; Sojamo, Suvi

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Regional Options for Addressing the Water, Energy and Food Nexus in Central Asia and the Aral Sea Basin
pp. 419-432(14)
Authors: Granit, Jakob; Jägerskog, Anders; Lindström, Andreas; Björklund, Gunilla; Bullock, Andrew; Löfgren, Rebecca; de Gooijer, George; Pettigrew, Stuart

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The Major Central Asian River Basins: An Assessment of Vulnerability
pp. 433-452(20)
Authors: Varis, Olli; Kummu, Matti

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The Role of Virtual Water Flows in Physical Water Scarcity: The Case of Central Asia
pp. 453-474(22)
Authors: Porkka, Miina; Kummu, Matti; Siebert, Stefan; Flörke, Martina

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Water Quantity and Quality in the Zerafshan River Basin: Only an Upstream Riparian Problem?
pp. 493-505(13)
Authors: Olsson, Oliver; Wegerich, Kai; Kabilov, Firdavs

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Meso-level Cooperation on Transboundary Tributaries and Infrastructure in the Ferghana Valley
pp. 525-543(19)
Authors: Wegerich, Kai; Kazbekov, Jusipbek; Kabilov, Firdavs; Mukhamedova, Nozilakhon

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Is It Possible to Shift to Hydrological Boundaries? The Ferghana Valley Meshed System
pp. 545-564(20)
Authors: Wegerich, Kai; Kazbekov, Jusipbek; Mukhamedova, Nozilakhon; Musayev, Sardorbek

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