Recent Advances in Theory , Practice and Evaluation Supporting the Constructive Use of Existing Hydrological Models in Participatory Settings : a Set of “ Rules of the Game ”

@inproceedings{Bots2011RecentAI,
  title={Recent Advances in Theory , Practice and Evaluation Supporting the Constructive Use of Existing Hydrological Models in Participatory Settings : a Set of “ Rules of the Game ”},
  author={Pieter W. G. Bots and Rita Bijlsma and Y. Von Korff and N. Van Der Fluit and Heike Wolters},
  year={2011}
}
When hydrological models are used in support of water management decisions, stakeholders often contest these models because they perceive certain aspects to be inadequately addressed. A strongly contested model may be abandoned completely, even when stakeholders could potentially agree on the validity of part of the information it can produce. The development of a new model is costly, and the results may be contested again. We consider how existing hydrological models can be used in a policy… CONTINUE READING

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