Adaptive and Integrated Water Management

Coping with Complexity and Uncertainty

ISBN: 978-3-540-75940-9 (Print) 978-3-540-75941-6 (Online)
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Table of contents (22 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages I-XIII

  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-22

    Requirements for Adaptive Water Management

  3. Book Chapter

    Pages 23-38

    Eco-Complexity and Sustainability in China’s Water Management

  4. Book Chapter

    Pages 39-59

    Integrated, adaptive and domanial water resources management

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    Pages 61-73

    Can adaptive management help us embrace the Murray-Darling Basin’s wicked problems?

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    Pages 75-96

    The NeWater Management and Transition Framework — state and development process —

  7. Book Chapter

    Pages 97-123

    Groundwater protection in urban areas incorporating adaptive groundwater monitoring and management — Reconciliation of water engineering measures along rivers

  8. Book Chapter

    Pages 125-145

    Adaptability of International River Basin Regimes: Linkage Problems in the Rhine

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    Pages 147-166

    Institutional elements for adaptive water management regimes. Comparing two regional water management regimes in the Rhine basin

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    Pages 167-185

    Intellectual history and current status of Integrated Water Resources Management: A global perspective

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    Pages 187-203

    A broadened view on the role for models in natural resource management: Implications for model development

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    Pages 205-225

    Deliberation, negotiation and scale in the governance of water resources in the Mekong region

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    Pages 227-247

    Enhancing the Potential for Integrated Water Management in New Zealand Throughthrough Adaptive Governance

  14. Book Chapter

    Pages 249-262

    How Social Networks Enable Adaptation to System Complexity and Extreme Weather Events

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    Pages 263-275

    Managing flood risk in the urban environment: linking spatial planning, risk assessment, communication and policy

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    Pages 277-300

    Benchmarking in Dutch Urban Water Management: An Assessment

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    Pages 301-321

    Adapting scale use for successful implementation of Cyclic Floodplain Rejuvenation in the Netherlands

  18. Book Chapter

    Pages 323-339

    Current and future impacts of climate change on river runoff in the Central Asian river basins

  19. Book Chapter

    Pages 341-355

    Adaptive and Integrated Management of Wastewater and Storm Water Drainage in Kolkata — Case Study of a Mega City

  20. Book Chapter

    Pages 357-379

    About Ways for Improvement of Water Use in Irrigation of Uzbekistan

  21. Book Chapter

    Pages 381-403

    Participatory assessment of water developments in an atoll town

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