Find below the public deliverables of AG-WaMED:

Deliverable 1.3.1Data Management Plan v0.5

Deliverable 1.4.1Ethical Standards Report

Deliverable 1.4.2POPD (Processing of Personal Data) Report

Deliverable 2.1.1 – Living Labs Methodology*

Deliverable 4.1.1 – Integrated governance and policy analysis report for LLs and at Mediterranean Scale*

Deliverable 6.2.1Website and social media accounts and communication and dissemination material

*available upon request at


Scientific dissemination:

AG-WaMED Masterclasses:

Among the projects’ activities, we will organize 3 Online Masterclasses on the projects’ results, covering all the topics of the project
First AG-WaMED Masterclass, 26.6.2023
  • Webinar 1The role of Non Conventional Waters for Mediterranean Water Security: the AG-WaMED approach. Elena Bresci – University of Florence (Italy) – Material
  • Webinar 2 – The Living Lab Approach for managing Mediterranean water resource. Mohamed Bahnassy – Alexandria University (Egypt) 
  • Webinar 3 (two sessions)Simulation of Groundwater Artificial Recharge using Visual MODFLOW Flex software: a case study of Cheria basin, North-East of Algeria. Mouna Djellali, Omar Guefaifia, Chemseddine Fehdi – University of Tebessa (Algeria) – Material | Development of a decision support tool for the management of water resources for sustainable development in the mining basin of Gafsa (Southwest Tunisia). Fatma Karaouli – Institute of Arid Regions (Tunisia)Material.

Second AG-WaMED Masterclass, 20.11.2023

  • Webinar 1 Introduction and Setting up the SWAT+ model. Lorenzo Villani, Ismail Bouizrou, Giulio Castelli – University of FlorenceMaterial (Introduction), Material (Setting up the SWAT+ model)
  • Webinar 2 – Introduction and Setting up the SWAT+ model. Lorenzo Villani, Ismail Bouizrou, Giulio Castelli – University of FlorenceMaterial
  • Webinar 3 – Application of SWAT models in the dry Mediterranean Area. Fethi Abdelli, Mohamed Ouessar – IRA Medenine. Material

AG-WaMED dissemination events

AG-WaMED event for the 2024 World Water Day: Leveraging Non Conventional Water for Peace – video

Conference Participation:

  1. Paola BIANUCCI, Alvaro SORDO-WARD, Luis GARROTE “Trade-off Between Irrigation Demands And Environmental Flows” at the EGU General Assembly 2023 Vienna, Austria 23-28.04.2023 (POSTER)
  2. Davide Danilo CHIARELLI “The circular economy of blue water: potential application of brackish water in agriculture“, at the S4 Seminar – Building the energy transition through the technologies of environmental and civil engineering, Milan, Italy on the 28.06.2023
  3. Athanasios RAGKOS, Giulio CASTELLI, Maria Cristina RULLI, Luis GARROTE, Mohamed OUESSAR, Mohamed BAHNASSY, Layachi GOUAIDIA, Jampel DELL’ANGELO, Elena BRESCI “The role of socioeconomic analysis in valorizing non-conventional water in the Mediterranean: Insights from the AGWAMED project (AGWAMED: Valorizing non-conventional water in the Mediterranean)“, at the FONCIMED Seminar – Agricultural uses of water and intensification of production systems: what impacts on land resources?, Evora, Portugal, 26-28.10.2022
  4. Chloé NICOLAS-ARTERO, Jampel DELL’ANGELO, Fehdi CHEMSEDDINE, Latifa DHAOUADI, Fatma KARAOULI, Omar RAHAL, Mohamed OUESSAR, “Les eaux non conventionnelles en Algérie et en Tunisie : une approche critique des transitions environnementales” at the Colloque International La politique de développement durable au Maghreb, Rabat, Morocco, 5-6.10.2023
  5. Chloé NICOLAS-ARTERO, Jampel DELL’ANGELO, “Politiques publiques de production d’eaux non conventionnelles dans le pourtour méditerranéen” at the Séminaire thématique du LIED « Usages et partages de l’eau », Université Paris Diderot, Paris, France, 31.11.2023 
  6. Paola BIANUCCI, Alvaro SORDO-WARD, Luis GARROTE “Current and future blue water availability for agriculture in the Mediterranean” at the EGU General Assembly 2024 Vienna, Austria 14-19.04.2024 (POSTER)
  7. Giulio CASTELLI, Elia DEGLI INNOCENTI, Simone POZZOLINI, Elena BRESCI, Enrica CAPORALI “Modelling the effect of land use and crop changes on water harvesting agricultural reservoirs” at the EGU General Assembly 2024 Vienna, Austria 14-19.04.2024
  8. Lorenzo VILLANI, Eleonora FORZINI, Giulio CASTELLI, Ismail BOUIZROU, Gabriele BERTOLI, Tommaso PACETTI, Enrica CAPORALI, Elena BRESCI “Participatory modeling of small reservoirs in the Orcia watershed, Italy” at the EGU General Assembly 2024 Vienna, Austria 14-19.04.2024 (POSTER)
  9. Elena BRESCI, Eleonora FORZINI, Lorenzo VILLANI, Luigi PIEMONTESE, Mohamed BAHNASSY, Basma HASSAN, Rasha BADR, Osama RADY, Sami Z. MOHAMED, Fatma KARAOULI, Fethi ABDELLI, Omar RAHAL, Layachi GOUAIDIA, Luis GARROTE, Alvaro SORDO-WARD, Paola BIANUCCI, Enrica CAPORALI, Gabriele BERTOLI, Tommaso PACETTI, and Giulio CASTELLI “Participatory approaches for fostering non-conventional waters in agriculture: insights from 4 Living Labs in the Mediterranean region” at the EGU General Assembly 2024 Vienna, Austria 14-19.04.2024

Peer-reviewed scientific publications:

  • Ali Z, Saddik A, Essifi B, Erraha B, Labbaci A, Ouessar M. ClimInonda: A Web Application for Climate Data Management: A Case Study of the Bayech Basin (Southwestern Tunisia). Sustainability. 2023; 15(16):12382.

Ph.D. completed:

  • Dr. Zaineb Ali, Institut des Régions Arides. “Modeling of floods in Tunisian arid zones: Case Study of the Bayech Basin (Southwestern Tunisia)”, 2024



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