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He is a reviewer at the main journals connected with his areas of interest (including the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management and the Journal of Hydraulic Engineering), an assessor and reviewer of research projects of the European Union (in the areas of Integrated urban water management and mitigation technologies and New approaches to water stress) and in the Water Resources programme of the National Agency for Evaluation and Prospects. He has promoted and coordinated over twenty international congresses and conferences, directed over thirty national and international research projects, and has handled over one hundred Research and Development contracts for the main companies and institutions connected with the world of water. From 1973 to 1979, Enrique was the municipal engineer of his native town, Villarreal (Castellón).