Participatory operations model for cost-efficient monitoring and modeling of river basins — A systematic approach

@inproceedings{Malve2016ParticipatoryOM,
  title={Participatory operations model for cost-efficient monitoring and modeling of river basins — A systematic approach},
  author={O. Malve and Turo Hjerppe and Sirkka Tattari and Sari B V{\"a}is{\"a}nen and Markus Huttunen and Niina Kotam{\"a}ki and Kari Y. Kallio and Antti Taskinen and Pirkko Kauppila},
  booktitle={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2016}
}
The worldwide economic downturn and the climate change in the beginning of 21st century have stressed the need for cost efficient and systematic operations model for the monitoring and management of surface waters. However, these processes are still all too fragmented and incapable to respond these challenges. For example in Finland, the estimation of the costs and benefits of planned management measures is insufficient. On this account, we present a new operations model to streamline these… CONTINUE READING
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