Integrated water management publications
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Arriens (2009)_ Water security in river basins: how is IWRM working?Presentation at IWC Knowledge Hub launch
Chan, T, Ross, H, Powell, B and Hoverman, S 2007, ‘Development of an interdisciplinary Bayesian network tool for catchment management in the Solomon Islands’, in Oxley, L & Kulasiri, D (eds), MODSIM 2007 International Congress on Modelling and Simulation, Modelling and Simulation Society of Australia and New Zealand, Christchurch, New Zealand, pp. 295-301.
Davies, P 2007, Linking water to human health and poverty, Australian Water Research Facility Policy Brief, International WaterCentre, Brisbane.
An analysis of the role of the Healthy Waterways Partnership - Ruth Cottingham; Karen Franz Delfau; Pascal Garde
McIntosh (2011)_Evaluation of environmental decision and information support tools: from adoption to outcome - Keynote paper for MODSIM 2011
McIntosh (2011)_Evaluation of environmental decision and information support tools: from adoption to outcome - Keynote presentation for MODSIM 2011
Chowdhury, R., Gardner, T., Maheepla, S., McIntosh, B.S., Laredo, L. & Beecham, S. (2011), Biophysical rules for stormwater harvesting in south east Queensland, Stormwater Industry Association Queensland, State Conference ‘Achieving Multiple Outcomes – a Time to Reflect’, Gold Coast, Australia, May 2011
McIntosh et al (2011)_Implementing Integrated Water Management: Learning from the Innovation Process in UK Water Companies
Spiller, M., McIntosh,B.S. & Seaton, R.A.F. (2011), Implementing integrated water management: learning from the innovation process in UK water companies, OzWater’11, 9th-12th May, Adelaide, Australia
This report highlights disconnects between water resources management, energy demands and climate change, in terms of policy making and implementation in Australia. The report is directed to raise discussion amongst Australian policy setters and decision makers involved in the fields of water, energy and climate.
Pagan et al (2007)_ Bridging the Academic Divide: Challenges of Interdisciplinary Higher Education in Integrated Water Resource Management
Pagan, B, Pascoe, M, Lant, P, Sheldon, F, Powell, B, and Pedi, D, 2007, Bridging the Academic Divide: Challenges of Interdisciplinary Higher Education in Integrated Water Resource Management, Abstract for submission to the 2007 IWA ASPIRE Conference, Perth, International WaterCentre, Brisbane.
[Oliver, P 2009, ‘The role of social capital in collaborative natural resources management: adventure in paradox’, Woolcook, G and Manderson, L, Social capital and social justices, critical Australian perspective, pp. 10 - Charles Darwin University Press] ____ This chapter highlights the role of social capital in collaborative natural resources management. It highlights how the concept of social capital can help in understanding and improving collaborative natural resources management.
Prof Helen Ross - Building understanding and capacity for ICM and IWRM: experience in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu
Ross, H, & Powell, B 2008, Collaborative management: an option for water resources management in the Pacific?, Australian Water Research Facility Policy Brief, International WaterCentre, Brisbane.
Ross (2009)_ Building understanding and capacity for ICM and IWRM: experience in Solomon Islands and Vanuatu, Paper presented at IWC Knowledge Hub launch
Ross, H, & Powell, B 2008, Public participation and community engagement for water resource management in the Pacific, Australian Water Research Facility Policy Brief. International WaterCentre, Brisbane.
Shumin (2009)_ Problems and achievements of water resources management in China, Case study presented at IWC Knowledge Hub launch
Tan (2009)_ Engaging with stakeholder groups in water planning, Case study presented at IWC Knowledge Hub launch
Tanner, A., McIntosh, B.S. & Widdowson, D. (2010), Adapting to adopt sustainability: organisational change in UK water and sewerage companies, Transitions to Sustainability, 4th International Conference on Sustainable Engineering and Science, University of Auckland, New Zealand, http://nzsses.auckland.ac.nz/conference/2010/index.htm.