Biophysical considerations in integrated catchment management : a modelling system for Northern Thailand
A trend in environmental modelling and policy making has been to move towards the use of integrated assessment methodologies as a means of balancing what are most usually multi-issue problems with multiple stakeholders. These methodologies are particularly relevant for the management of water resources given the interdisciplinary nature of water problems. This thesis presents a Biophysical Toolbox that integrates models for assessment of the outcomes of biophysical scenarios of water and...[Show more]
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