Role of stakeholders' perspectives in complex water issues. A case study: Project Mainport Rotterdam, Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea

Saskia Hommes

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Abstract

This report describes the case study research on the Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea, that is conducted by Ir Saskia Hommes as part of her PhD-project, as complete as possible. In the period from April to November 2005, the researcher participated in the project Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea, which is part of Project Mainport Rotterdam, by attending and observing project meetings. And from October 2005 to July 2006, the researcher conducted interviews with participants of the project.
Original languageUndefined
Place of PublicationEnschede
PublisherWater Engineering & Management (WEM)
Number of pages50
Publication statusPublished - 2006

Publication series

NameCivil eng. & man research report 2006W-004 / WEM-008

Keywords

  • METIS-235109
  • IR-60428

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Hommes, S. (2006). Role of stakeholders' perspectives in complex water issues. A case study: Project Mainport Rotterdam, Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea. (Civil eng. & man research report 2006W-004 / WEM-008). Enschede: Water Engineering & Management (WEM).
Hommes, Saskia. / Role of stakeholders' perspectives in complex water issues. A case study: Project Mainport Rotterdam, Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea. Enschede : Water Engineering & Management (WEM), 2006. 50 p. (Civil eng. & man research report 2006W-004 / WEM-008).
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Hommes, S 2006, Role of stakeholders' perspectives in complex water issues. A case study: Project Mainport Rotterdam, Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea. Civil eng. & man research report 2006W-004 / WEM-008, Water Engineering & Management (WEM), Enschede.

Role of stakeholders' perspectives in complex water issues. A case study: Project Mainport Rotterdam, Appropriate Assessment Wadden Sea. / Hommes, Saskia.

Enschede : Water Engineering & Management (WEM), 2006. 50 p. (Civil eng. & man research report 2006W-004 / WEM-008).

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