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The Social Side of River Management
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Editors: Wouter T. de Groot (Radboud University, The Netherlands), Jeroen Warner (Wageningen University, The Netherlands)
Book Description:
River management faces many challenges worldwide including climate change, flood risks and the demand for more adaptive and ‘ecosystem-based’ systems. Instead of raising the dikes even higher, the new adage for river managers is to give the rivers more space to drain their waters. This in turn implies that river management will become a social business, with strong involvement of local communities. This new book offers various examples and theories on how to avoid conflict and enter into fruitful relationships with river communities. (Imprint: Novinka Books)



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Table of Contents:
1. The Social Side of River Management: Introduction to the volume
(W.T. de Groot, J. Warner and A.J.M. Smits)pp.1-12

2. Public perception of floods in Águeda municipality, Portugal
(S. Valente, C. Coelho, E. Figueiredo and L. Pinho) pp.13-26

3. Three dimensions of place attachment: Bonds with the Rhine and Elbe rivers
(Martin Lindemann)pp.27-40

4. Ways to embrace a river: On the need to articulate a new river ethics
(Martin Drenthen) pp.41-54

5. Two cases of public participation in the Netherlands and the U.S.: Learning from deductive and inductive analysis
(Wouter T. de Groot and Aike van der Nat) pp.55-74

6. Success and failure factors in retention area planning along the Rhine in Germany
(Regina Rhodius)pp.75-97

7. Space for the River, Space for Citizens? Planning the Ooij and Overdiep polders. the Netherlands
(Jeroen Warner, Madelinde Winnubst and Dik Roth) pp.97-112

8. Building new rivers: A case study from the Netherlands
(Hans Hillebrand, Nico Beun, Keesjan van den Herik and Peter van Rooy)
pp.113-128
9. Joint river planning: Striking a balance between justifiable technocracy, desired collaboration and unavoidable conflict
(Jeroen Warner and Wouter T. de Groot)pp.129-148

Overview of contributors, pp.149

Index, p.151

   Series:
      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
      Management Science - Theory and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011 2nd quarter
   Pages: 6 x 9 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-980-6
   Status: AV
  
Status Code Description
AN Announcing
FM Formatting
PP Page Proofs
FP Final Production
EP Editorial Production
PR At Prepress
AP At Press
AV Available
  
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