This report examines implementation of Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in transboundary basins. The term ‘transboundary waters’ refers to any surface or ground waters which mark, cross or are located on boundaries between two or more States; wherever transboundary waters flow directly into the sea, these transboundary waters end at a straight line across their respective mouths between points on the low-water line of their banks. The report draws information on IWRM implementation from a survey of transboundary basins and previous studies of IWRM in transboundary basin situations.

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