Georg-August Universität Göttingen – Dept. Applied Geoscience

Prof. Dr. Martin Sauter – Project coordination and data management, development of transfer functions, development of process-based drought indices, field characterisation

Technische Universität Berlin – Hydrogeology Department

Prof. Dr. Irina Engelhardt – Field characterisation (Rüdersdorf), analysis and development of climate projection data, data assimilation, large-scale
modelling of the WMA, long-term drought forecasts

VisDat geodatentechnologie GmbH, Dresden

Dr. Micha Gebel – Support for project management, development of a web-based GUI for drought forecasting, development of a catalogue of measures for the mitigation of droughts

Helmholtz-Zentrum für Umweltforschung (UFZ) GmbH – Department Monitoring- und Erkundungstechnologie

Prof. Dr. Peter Dietrich – Provision of geophysical equipment, support in the geophysical characterisation

Ben Gurion University of the Negev – Blaustein Institutes for Desert Research, Beer Sheva

Prof. Dr. Noam Weisbrod – Field characterisation of flow and saturation dynamics
in the vadose zone (Negev, WMA), groundwater recharge in the soil zone of sub-catchments (WMA)

Hydro Engineering Consultancy, Jerusalem

Hydraulic characterisation (borehole investigations)
of groundwater recharge processes in sub-catchments
of the WMA recharge regions

Ministry of Water and Irrigation, Amman / Jordan

Integration of GRaCCE results into own management strategies (as stakeholder), support of GraCCE with data and expertise

Israel Hydrological Service (IHS) – Jerusalem / Israel

IHS will integrate the major GRaCCE insights into their decision making process. Furthermore, the IHS will provide relevant data and expertise to support GRaCCE

Palestinian Water Authority (PWA), Ramallah / West Bank

PWA will integrate the GRaCCE results into their own management strategies. Furthermore PWA will provide data and expertise to support GRaCCE