Water Conflict and Cooperation/Lake Titicaca Basin

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This article is based on Co-operation on the Lake Titicaca, by Isaac Martinez Gonzalez and Rolando Zuleta Roncal with the support of Anibal Pacheco Miranda and Julio Sanjines Gotilla, as part of a UNESCO-IHP, PCCP Series Publication (2006).



Characteristics of the Lake Titicaca Basin

See Lake Titicaca-Poopo/Water Basin Profile: Physical and Hydrological Characteristics for detailed description

Chronological History of Binational Master Plan

Peru-Bolivia TDPS System Master Plan

Creation of the Binational Autonomous Authority of Lake Titicaca, Desaguadero River, Lake Poopo and Coipasa 'Salar' (ALT) Hydrological System

How Does the ALT Operate?

Other Projects in the Framework of the Master Plan

Favourable Experiences in the ALT Framework

Opinions of Both Countries Authorities

Conclusions and Recommendations


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