Designing and evaluating practices and tools to improve integrated assessment and modelling processes in the water sector
Despite advances in Integrated Water Resources Assessment and Modelling (IWAM), there remains a distinct gap between its theory and practice in supporting decision-making with regard to socio-environmental problems. This thesis aims to bridge that gap using a design science research approach, in which developing and applying designed "artifacts" (tools, methods, practices, and ideas) contributes to knowledge and understanding of the problem domain and its solution, and to improvement of...[Show more]
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