References and further reading

Icône de l'outil pédagogique References and further reading
  1. Alkan Olsson, J and Berg, K. (2005) Understanding and Acceptance of Models and Scenarios as communication Tools in Water Management – The Rönneå Study, Ambio, 7, 507-512.
  2. Alkan Olsson J. and Andersson L., (2007) Possibilities and problems with the use of hydrological models as a communication tool in water management, International Journal of Water Resource Management (special issue /WARM/ Advances in Global Change Research) Volume 21, pp 97-110
  3. Bäcklund et al., 2009. Science - policy interfaces in impact assessment procedures. In: F. Brouwer & M. v Ittersum (Eds) Environmental and agricultural modelling: integrated approaches for policy impact assessment. Dordrecht: Springer (forthcoming)
  4. Cash, D W et al., 2003. Knowledge systems for sustainable development. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of USA. Vol. 100, No 14, pp. 8086-8091
  5. EC, 2005. Impact Assessment Guidelines, SEC 2005(791).
  6. http://ec.europa.eu/governance/impact/docs/SEC2005_791_IA%20guidelines_annexes.pdf
  7. Gabbert, S. et al., 2009, Accounting for user’s uncertainty information needs in Integrated Assessment models: the case of the SEAMLESS Integrated Framework, AgSAP Conference 2009, Egmond aan Zee, the Netherlands
  8. Van Ittersum, M.K. et al., 2008. Integrated assessment of agricultural systems – A component-based framework for the European Union (SEAMLESS), Agric. Syst. 96, 150-165.

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