Carel Dieperink

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In the domain of climate change adaptation, joint knowledge production (JKP) through intensive cooperation between scientists, policy-makers, and other actors is often proposed as a means to reconcile supply and demand for knowledge. Regional adaptation projects in the Netherlands form prominent examples of this. However, there is a lack of systematic(More)
  • David Martianus Ginting, Gidon Bromberg, Gerard Broseliske, Bob Dekker, Carel Dieperink, Israel Gev +14 others
  • 2013
ii Preface This study was carried out as the final requirement for completion of the MSc study in Water Management at the Delft University of Technology. The study was carried out from April 2013 until November 2013. The study case of the Mountain Aquifer has been a part of the CoCoon project Groundwater in the Political Domain.. The result of this study is(More)
With regard to environmental decision-making, the field of conceptual modelling is primarily focused on representation and visualisation. As such, the 'soft' problem structuring methods have limited analytical value. On the other hand, quantitative analyses with various types of 'hard' models lack in flexibility and versatility. The Quasta approach as(More)
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