Water Managers’ Boundary Judgments and Adaptive Water Governance. An Analysis of the Dutch Haringvliet Sluices Case

@article{Meerkerk2013WaterMB,
  title={Water Managers’ Boundary Judgments and Adaptive Water Governance. An Analysis of the Dutch Haringvliet Sluices Case},
  author={Ingmar van Meerkerk and Arwin van Buuren and Jurian Edelenbos},
  journal={Water Resources Management},
  year={2013},
  volume={27},
  pages={2179-2194}
}
In this paper, we explore how managing actors’ boundary judgments influence the adaptability of water governance. We approach this question by examining the relationship between the way water managers frame, and act in, complex water issues on the one hand and develop adaptive water governance strategies on the other. We define four categories of boundary judgments made by water managers in order to deal with the complexities in water governance issues. An in-depth case study analysis of an… CONTINUE READING
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