Evaluating Management Strategies in Paraguacu River Basin by Analytic Hierarchy Process

  title={Evaluating Management Strategies in Paraguacu River Basin by Analytic Hierarchy Process},
  author={B. Srdjevica and Y. Medeirosb and Z. Srdjevica and M. Schaerb},
  • B. Srdjevica, Y. Medeirosb, +1 author M. Schaerb
  • Published 2002
An approach is proposed for evaluating water management strategies in river basins. Reasonably large sets of criterions and objectives are manipulated during a three-phase process by appropriate shrinking and enlarging related decision hierarchies. In the first phase an unrestricted set of management interests are grouped into (1) long-term, and (2) middleand short-term decision context by creating decision hierarchies and evaluating them by the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). After refining… CONTINUE READING


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