Palestine Models

These models and simulations have been tagged “Palestine”.

​	This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.  	This model retrieved data on Palestine
​ This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.
This model retrieved data on Palestine water resources from Authority, Palestinian Water. "Annual status report on water resources, water supply, and wastewater in the occupied State of Palestine 2011." Palestinian Water Authority, Ramallah 13 (2012) 
Data for Singapore desalination process is taken from PUB, Singapore Water Agency, "Singapore Water Story." PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
Data for Palestine population growth was taken from World Bank. World Bank. "West Bank and Gaza Home." The World Bank. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
This model assumes that Palestine population will grow at 2.92% (World Bank, 2015) and average domestic consumption is 90 litres per capita per day(Palestine Water Authority, 2012). This model does not take into account growing demands for industrial and agricultural sector. It also does not show the impact of climate change on Palestine natural water resources.
​	This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.  	This model retrieved data on Palestine
​ This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.
This model retrieved data on Palestine water resources from Authority, Palestinian Water. "Annual status report on water resources, water supply, and wastewater in the occupied State of Palestine 2011." Palestinian Water Authority, Ramallah 13 (2012) 
Data for Singapore desalination process is taken from PUB, Singapore Water Agency, "Singapore Water Story." PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
Data for Palestine population growth was taken from World Bank. World Bank. "West Bank and Gaza Home." The World Bank. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
This model assumes that Palestine population will grow at 2.92% (World Bank, 2015) and average domestic consumption is 90 litres per capita per day(Palestine Water Authority, 2012). This model does not take into account growing demands for industrial and agricultural sector. It also does not show the impact of climate change on Palestine natural water resources.


​	This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.  	This model retrieved data on Palestine
​ This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.
This model retrieved data on Palestine water resources from Authority, Palestinian Water. "Annual status report on water resources, water supply, and wastewater in the occupied State of Palestine 2011." Palestinian Water Authority, Ramallah 13 (2012) 
Data for Singapore desalination process is taken from PUB, Singapore Water Agency, "Singapore Water Story." PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
Data for Palestine population growth was taken from World Bank. World Bank. "West Bank and Gaza Home." The World Bank. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
This model assumes that Palestine population will grow at 2.92% (World Bank, 2015) and average domestic consumption is 90 litres per capita per day(Palestine Water Authority, 2012). This model does not take into account growing demands for industrial and agricultural sector. It also does not show the impact of climate change on Palestine natural water resources.


​	This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.  	This model retrieved data on Palestine
​ This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.
This model retrieved data on Palestine water resources from Authority, Palestinian Water. "Annual status report on water resources, water supply, and wastewater in the occupied State of Palestine 2011." Palestinian Water Authority, Ramallah 13 (2012) 
Data for Singapore desalination process is taken from PUB, Singapore Water Agency, "Singapore Water Story." PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
Data for Palestine population growth was taken from World Bank. World Bank. "West Bank and Gaza Home." The World Bank. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
This model assumes that Palestine population will grow at 2.92% (World Bank, 2015) and average domestic consumption is 90 litres per capita per day(Palestine Water Authority, 2012). This model does not take into account growing demands for industrial and agricultural sector. It also does not show the impact of climate change on Palestine natural water resources.


​	This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.  	This model retrieved data on Palestine
​ This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.
This model retrieved data on Palestine water resources from Authority, Palestinian Water. "Annual status report on water resources, water supply, and wastewater in the occupied State of Palestine 2011." Palestinian Water Authority, Ramallah 13 (2012) 
Data for Singapore desalination process is taken from PUB, Singapore Water Agency, "Singapore Water Story." PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
Data for Palestine population growth was taken from World Bank. World Bank. "West Bank and Gaza Home." The World Bank. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
This model assumes that Palestine population will grow at 2.92% (World Bank, 2015) and average domestic consumption is 90 litres per capita per day(Palestine Water Authority, 2012). This model does not take into account growing demands for industrial and agricultural sector. It also does not show the impact of climate change on Palestine natural water resources.
​	This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.  	This model retrieved data on Palestine
​ This model is used in a world studies extended essay research. The research question is: In what ways would the water desalination method used in Singapore benefit   water-stressed and economically less developed countries, using Palestine as a case study.
This model retrieved data on Palestine water resources from Authority, Palestinian Water. "Annual status report on water resources, water supply, and wastewater in the occupied State of Palestine 2011." Palestinian Water Authority, Ramallah 13 (2012) 
Data for Singapore desalination process is taken from PUB, Singapore Water Agency, "Singapore Water Story." PUB, Singapore's National Water Agency. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
Data for Palestine population growth was taken from World Bank. World Bank. "West Bank and Gaza Home." The World Bank. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Feb. 2017.
This model assumes that Palestine population will grow at 2.92% (World Bank, 2015) and average domestic consumption is 90 litres per capita per day(Palestine Water Authority, 2012). This model does not take into account growing demands for industrial and agricultural sector. It also does not show the impact of climate change on Palestine natural water resources.