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Ancestral Techniques of Water Sowing and Harvesting in Ibero-America: Examples of Hydrogeoethical Systems

AuthorsMartos Rosillo, Sergio; Durán, Alfredo; Castro Lucic, Milka; Vélez Upegui, Jorge; Herrera-Franco, Gricelda; Martín Civantos, José María; Mateos, Luciano CSIC ORCID ; Durán Valsero, Juan José; Jódar, José; Gutiérrez-Ojeda, Carlos; Hermoza, Rosa María; Peña, Fluquer
KeywordsRecharge
Ibero-America
Integrated water resources management
Resilience
Sustainability
Issue Date31-Mar-2021
PublisherSpringer Nature
CitationAdvances in Geoethics and Groundwater Management : Theory and Practice for a Sustainable Development: 489-492 (2021)
SeriesAdvances in Science, Technology & Innovation
AbstractWater sowing and harvesting (WS&H) consists of a series of ancestral procedures by which humans collect and infiltrate (sow) rainwater and runoff underground, so as to recover (harvest) it downgradient at some later time. This management of the water has made it possible for various regions of Ibero-America that is, Latin America plus the Iberian Peninsula to overcome dramatic cultural and climatic changes over the centuries. The principles governing WS&H coincide with those pursued under the present paradigm of Integrated Water Resource Management. Moreover, WS&H implies a better use of water and enhanced conservation of the environment and patrimony, as well as recognition of rural communities as vital custodians of the land and of its relevant cultural aspects. The main WS&H systems that serve Ibero-American countries are described here, emphasizing the principles underlying this means of water management as exemplary of hydrogeoethical systems.
DescriptionProceedings of the 1st Congress on Geoethics and Groundwater Management (GEOETH&GWM'20), Porto, Portugal 2020.-- Editors: Manuel Abrunhosa António Chambel, Silvia Peppolon, iHelder I. Chaminé.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/237681
ISBN978-3-030-59320-9
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