Research Priorities to Improve Future Environmental Water Outcomes
Avril C Horne, J Angus Webb, Erin O'Donnell, Angela H Arthington, Michael McClain, Nicholas Bond, Mike Acreman, Barry Hart, Michael J Stewardson, Brian Richter, N LeRoy Poff
FRONTIERS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE | FRONTIERS MEDIA SA | Published : 2017
Significant progress in environmental flow management has occurred in recent years due to several factors. These include governments committing to environmental flow programs, significant progress in scientific understanding, and environmental flow assessment methods that are cognizant of stakeholder participation and co-design. However, there remain key challenges facing environmental water management. In this paper, we report on a horizon scanning exercise that identified the questions, which, if answered, would deliver much needed progress in the field of environmental water management. We distributed an online survey to ask researchers and practitioners in the field of environmental wate..View full abstract
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Awarded by Australian Research Council Linkage Project
AH was funded through an Australian Research Council Linkage Project (LP130100174) during the preparation of this paper. MA acknowledges funding from the UK Natural Environment Research Council.