Integrated assessment and modelling: features, principles and examples for catchment management

@article{Jakeman2003IntegratedAA,
  title={Integrated assessment and modelling: features, principles and examples for catchment management},
  author={Anthony J. Jakeman and Rebecca A. Kelly},
  journal={Environmental Modelling and Software},
  year={2003},
  volume={18},
  pages={491-501}
}
Abstract To meet the challenges of sustainability and catchment management requires an approach that assesses resource usage options and environmental impacts integratively. Assessment must be able to integrate several dimensions: the consideration of multiple issues and stakeholders, the key disciplines within and between the human and natural sciences, multiple scales of system behaviour, cascading effects both spatially and temporally, models of the different system components, and multiple… CONTINUE READING

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