Stakeholder participation in modelling for integrated catchment assessment and management: An Australian case study
This paper addresses issues of participation in the development of integrated assessment and modelling approaches in catchment management, drawing on lessons from an Australian case study in the management of diffuse source pollutants in the Ben Chifley Dam catchment of south-eastern Australia. In discussing the nature and outcomes of the interactions with catchment managers and the catchment community, particular emphasis is given to activities associated with the development of a...[Show more]
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