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DYNAMIC SIMULATION FOR INTEGRATED WATER AND ENERGY RESOURCE PLANNING
There are few resources as critical to human productivity as clean, accessible water and abundant, inexpensive energy. As the human race continues to evolve and struggle with its role on Planet Earth, cautious and effective ...
Quantifying Relationships between Ecology and Aesthetics in Agricultural Landscapes
Biodiversity decline and ecological degradation continue unabated despite accumulation of ecological knowledge, proliferation of sustainability research, and efforts to conserve natural resources. This paradox underscores ...
The Role of International Water Law and Supporting Universally Applicable Water Management Principles in the Development of a Model Transboundary Agreement Between Riparians in International River Basins
International water law, an outgrowth of international law, is a conglomeration of tenets from international conventions and treaties that recognize rules codified by contesting states, customary law, judicial decisions, ...
SOCIAL-ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF USING MARINE PROTECTED AREAS TO MANAGE AN ORNAMENTAL FISHERY IN HAWAII
Marine protected areas (MPAs) have been implemented across the globe to protect biodiversity and important habitats, enhance fisheries, and manage marine resource users. Several hundred thousand wild caught reef fish are ...
Regional Sustainability Assessment: Improving Collaboration And Coordination Across Watershed Plans In The Spokane River Basin
Local watershed and aquifer planning has come about as a result of the recognition that solutions to local problems needed to be discovered and implemented by those who are most affected. In large basins with multiple ...