Toward a Relational Concept of Uncertainty : about Knowing Too Little , Knowing Too Differently , and Accepting Not to Know

@inproceedings{Brugnach2008TowardAR,
  title={Toward a Relational Concept of Uncertainty : about Knowing Too Little , Knowing Too Differently , and Accepting Not to Know},
  author={M. Brugnach and Art Dewulf and C. Pahl-Wostl and Tharsi Taillieu},
  year={2008}
}
Uncertainty of late has become an increasingly important and controversial topic in water resource management, and natural resources management in general. Diverse managing goals, changing environmental conditions, conflicting interests, and lack of predictability are some of the characteristics that decision makers have to face. This has resulted in the application and development of strategies such as adaptive management, which proposes flexibility and capability to adapt to unknown… CONTINUE READING

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