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1 Page numbers in italics are located in Appendices. Bold page numbers indicate Tables or Figures. ACER research project, 157 actionable knowledge, 5, 7, 59, 155 actor action resources matrix, 97, 107 adaptation during intervention, 60 adaptive management, 3, 23, 24, 38, 44, 53, 157, 167, 223, 224 ADD-COMMOD, 87, 170 advocacy planning, 208 Agenda 21, 10, 13, 186 agricultural production, 13, 76 AHP. See Analytic Hierarchy Process Algerian case study comparison to Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 161 context, design, evaluation, analyst, 31 in decision-aiding, 27 Analytic Hierarchy Process, 201 AquaStress project, 112, 113, 115, 133, 134, 139, 145, 178, 289, 290 Aral Sea, Australian and New Zealand Risk Management Standard. See Australian Risk Management Standard Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, 14 Australian Constitution, 13, 84 Australian case study. See Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention Australian Landcare Council, 13 Australian National University, 86, 87, 255 Australian Risk Management Standard, 87, 95, 99, 104, 107, 143, 144, 147, 173, 265, 270 Bayesian Networks Berowa Creek Estuary Model, 42, 252, 256 Berowra Creek Estuary Management Committee, 252 Berowra Creek Estuary Management Plan, 252 best practice co-engineering, 164, 165, 169 cycle process, 185 evaluation protocol, 65 participatory modelling, 41 planning and management theory, 185 Blue Print for Safeguarding European Waters, 18 blue water, 177 Borowetz Summer School, 112 Boyd s loop, Brooklyn Estuary Management Plan, 103 Bulgarian case study. See Upper Iskar Basin intervention Bulgarian Water Act 1999, 110 capacity building. See Bulgarian and Kiribati case studies, companion modelling Cemagref, 87 CERAM, 272, 276 challenges. See also crisis, messes, environmental degradation decision-aiding, 29 governance, 3 water management, 4 cholera, 181 CIRAD, 87 CLAM. See Coastal Lake Assessment and Management model CmapTools software, 121 CoAG. See Coalition of Australian Governments Coalition of Australian Governments, 13 Coastal Lake Assessment and Management model, 97 Code of Hammurabi, 180 co-design phase research review, co-engineering. See also engineering decision-aiding, 30 definition, 6, 51 evaluation, 66 in Algerian case study, in German case study, in Kiribati case study, in Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 88 94, 89, in Montpellier pilot trial, , 245 in Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 113, , 119 intervention comparison, 75, co-engineering process, co-design phase, co-implementation phase, 53 co-initiation phase, 54 definition, 52 research review, cognitive artefacts. See models cognitive mapping, 42, 43, 63, 77, 121, 226, 233 co-implementation phase research review, 53 co-initiation phase research review, 54 collective action groups, 80, 104, 107, , 140, 155 communicative rationality, 186 Community of Practice, community stewardship groups, 3 companion modelling, 43, , 223 comparison. See also evaluation Algerian and Bulgarian case studies, 161 Australian and Bulgarian case studies, German and Australian case studies, governance systems, participatory structures, participatory modelling research, 63 competence, 38, 154 complexity decision-aiding, Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 106 Montpellier pilot trial, research positions, 191 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, water management, 23 24, conflict decision-aiding, identification,

2 INDEX 331 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention evaluation, 100 management and resolution, 203 water management, , 203 context Algerian case study, decision-aiding, importance of, Kiribati case study, Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, Montpellier pilot trial, multimethodology interventions, 49 in risk management, Upper Iskar Basin intervention, , CORMAS computer software, 42 Council of Europe, 17 creative design of methods, 47, 49 51, 53, 60 crisis. See also environmental degradation, messes, risk management definition, 23 management, CSIRO, 87, 253 dam construction, 22 23, 167 Hoover, 184 Lake Pedder, 13 Perth, 199 Sadd el-kafara, 179 Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme, 13 DANA software, 42 Darcy s Law, 180 DCPs. See Local Government Development Control Plans decision pathways inter-organisational, need for new, unsustainable, decision-aiding. See also participatory structures challenges, 29 co-engineering, 30 complexity, conflict in, context, 28 29, definition, interaction space, 33, 34, 60 inter-organisational, 4, 33 44, 60 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 98 99, 261 messes, 27, 35 36, Montpellier pilot intervention, 246 for policy creation, 30, 31 potential approaches, research approaches in, 27, 30 33, , 205 in Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 129, 292 decision-aiding process four-stage, 32, 33, 99, 218, , 256 interactions, 31 model, 60 62, 98 99, 167, 205 DecisionExplorer software, 42, 97, 226, 231, 236, 281 decision making. See also decision-aiding inter-organisational, models, phase process, 193 technology-based, 20 21, 28 Delphi Method, 203 demand management, 12, 23 Democracy Cube, 210 dependence relations, desalination, 11, 17 design. See also co-design phase German case study, 157 participatory modelling, 41 participatory structures, 36 40, 37, 39 Dhünn Basin. See German case study DIAS/FACET computer software, 42 disaster prevention. See risk management disease, 13, 20, 83, 163, 181 Drama Theory, 223 drinking water, 4, 20, 162, 181 drought, 4, 11, 13, 15, 18 19, 22, 24, 43, , 145, 235. See also water scarcity Dublin Conference. See International Conference on Water and the Environment Dublin Principles, 10 Dujiangyan irrigation project, 180 dyads, 138 Earth Summit, 10 education suggestions for water management, EEC. See European Economic Community effectiveness definition, 67 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 102 Montpellier pilot trial, 243 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, , 135 efficacy definition, 67 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 103 Montpellier pilot trial, Upper Iskar Basin intervention, , 138 efficiency definition, 67 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, Montpellier pilot trial, 244 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 135 ELECTRE methods, 42, 201 embodied water, 177, 236 empowerment, 11, 48, 117, , 246 ENCORE, 65, 66, 77, 113, 229, 237, 238, 244 engineering. See also planning and management theory basic principles of, 30 definition, 29 process, 29 environmental degradation, 13, 14, 83, 109, 176, 177. See also challenges, crisis, messes Environmental Risk Management Principles and Process Handbook, 86, 144 equity, 10, 12, 38, 78, ESD. See National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development ethics, EU. See European Union European Economic Community, 17 European Union, 110, 146 evaluation. See also comparison Australian case study, , Bulgarian case study, , , co-engineering, 66 definition, 63, German case study, Kiribati case study, 164 MERF Approach, 187 Montpellier pilot intervention, evaluation protocol, best practice in, 65 decision-aiding, 63 development, participatory modelling, 62, 66 ex-ante evaluation. See evaluation protocol experimental reports, 76 ex-post evaluation. See evaluation protocol Falkenmark Water Stress, 177 Feng Shui, 183 Fertile Crescent, 179 floods, 4, 11, 16 19, 22, 76, , , 176, , 200, 227, 235, 238, 278, four types of management research, 192 funnel of causality, 30

3 332 INDEX Gantt chart, 184 garbage-can model, 30 GDSS. See Group Decision Support Systems Geographical Information Systems, 42, 201 German case study co-engineering, 156 comparison to Australian intervention, design, 157 evaluation, objectives, 156 GIS. See Geographical Information Systems Global Water Partnership, 11, 187 Goal Programming, 201 Google Maps, 127 governance issues in Australia, 13, 14, in Europe, 17 international, 11, 12 governance mechanisms, 3 governance priorities in Australia, in Europe, international, 11 governance systems comparison, 19 future needs, 12, in Australia, 12 17, 24 in Bulgaria, 112 in Europe, 17 20, 24 international, 9 12, 24, 25 green water, 177 green blue water paradigm, 177 Groundwater Daughter Directive, 18 Group Decision Support Systems, 203 Hawkesbury Nepean Draft Catchment Action Plan , 84, 256 history planning and management theory, water management, 28 29, holistic principle, 35 Hoover Dam, 184 Hornsby Shire Council, 85, 86, 252, 253, 255, 260 HSC. See Hornsby Shire Council human right to water, 9 hurricanes, 22 hydraulic civilisations, 180 hydraulic warfare, 182 ICT. See Information and Communication Tool importance of context, indigenous perspectives on water, 12, 179, 188 Information and Communication Tool, 203 innovation Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 104 Montpellier intervention, 80 81, Upper Iskar Basin intervention, Integrated Catchment Management, 13 integrated resource planning, 185, 186 Integrated Water Resources Management, 10, 23, 24, 166, 186, 219 interaction space, 33, 34, 60. See also Strategic Choice Approach model interactive planning, inter-institutional project management team, 107 International Conference on Water and the Environment, 10 International Drinking Water Supply and Sanitation Decade, 10 International Hydrological Decade. See International Hydrological Program International Hydrological Program, 10 intervention co-engineering comparison attendance fees, 149 leadership, 150 objectives, role distribution, 149 team affiliations, 148 team processes, 142, intervention model comparison inter-organisational decision-aiding, 151 participatory structures, intervention participatory process comparison evaluation results, leadership, 142 participant experience, 144, 145 participatory dynamics, 141 participatory modelling, intervention research boundaries, 59 definition, 58, evaluation, 68 experimental reports, 76 expert knowledge in, importance of negotiation in, 76 methodology, 58 59, outside evaluator in, principles, 191 process phases, selection, intervention validation evaluation protocol, research objective, 155 irrigation, 13, 17, 21, , 179, 180 issues governance, 11 14, water management, 20 23, 162 IWMI of Relative Scarcity, 177 Joint-gains software, 203 JOURNEY computer model, 33, 224 JustGame, 231 KAP. See Kiribati Adaptive Program Kiribati Adaptive Program, 163 Kiribati case study context, evaluation, 164 Knowledge-Constitutive Human Interests, 47 ladder of citizen participation, 208 ladder of empowerment, 209 Lake Pedder Dam protests, 13 learning, 23, 32, 38 39, 43 44, 48 51, 54 55, 61, 73 74, , 159, 161, 163, 174, 185, 187, , 203, 205, 216, 222 evaluation of, 64 65, 66, 67, 76 77, 79, 94, 100, 101, 114, 130, 131, 145, 171, , least cost water planning, 186 LEPs. See Local Environment Plans LHEMP. See Lower Hawkesbury Estuary Management Plan living water, 179 Living With Floods and Droughts process. See Upper Iskar Basin intervention Local Environment Plans, 84 Local Government Development Control Plans, 84 Local Public Stakeholder Forum, 110, 112, 114, , 289, 309 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention and German case study, context, decision-aiding, 98 99, negotiation, participatory modelling, , 154 participatory values-based risk management process, 88, 95, , 269 programme change, 258 risk response actions, 97 stakeholders, 84 time allocation, 98 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention co-engineering co-design, 253, co-design and co-implementation phase, 86, co-initiation phase, honesty in outcome expectations, 106

4 INDEX 333 project team role in, stakeholder values, 95 timeline, 92 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention evaluation complexity, 106 conflict, 100 decision-aiding model, 99, 100, 102, , , effectiveness, 102 efficacy, 103 efficiency, evaluation protocol development, innovation, 104 possible future projects, risk assessment, 83, , 105, 266, 271, 273, , 275, 281 values, , 264 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention risk assessment advantages and disadvantages, 105 risk assessment, 83, , 266, 271, 273, , 275, 281 stakeholder expert-knowledge in, 105 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary Management Committee, 103 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary Management Plan, 260 LPSF. See Local Public Stakeholder Forum Maastricht Treaty. See Treaty on the European Union management adaptive, 3, 23, 24, 38, 44, 53, 157, 167, 223, 224 crisis, demand, 12, 23 mapping cognitive, 42, 43, 63, 77, 121, 226, 233 methodology, 47 Oval Mapping technique, 77, 205, 226, 231, 279 strategy mapping technique, 279 Mar del Plata Action Plan, 10 marginalisation theory, 51 Marine Strategy Framework Directive 2008, 18 matrix assessments, 143 MCDA. See multi-criteria decision analysis MDGs. See Millennium Development Goals mediated modelling, , 222 mega-engineering projects, MERF Approach, 187, 230 messes. See also challenges, crisis, environmental degradation and inter-organisational decisions, 33 decision-aiding, 27, engineering approach to, 30 meta-objects. See models Millennium Development Goals, 11, 164 Mitidja Plain. See Algerian case study model types Coastal Lake Assessment and Management, 97 companion, 43, decision making, 61, expert-created, 4 garbage-can, 30 leadership, 56 multi-agent systems, 43, 222 organisation, 40 situation, 144 Strategic Choice Approach, 33, , 224 Strategic Options Development, system dynamics, 42, 43, modelling mediated, , 222 participatory, 4, 28, 36, 80, in water management, 4, models. See also participatory modelling classification, comparative description, 31, 214 decision-aiding, 60 62, 167 evaluation, 236 ideal, 220 participant perceptions, 236 qualitative, MOLP. See Multiple Objective Linear Programming Montpellier pilot trial co-engineering process, cognitive mapping, 77 complexity, context, 74, decision-aiding, description, design, 205, expert knowledge use in, location, 227 objectives, 77, 229 participatory modelling, 77, 80, procedures, simulation model, 77 79, 230 Montpellier pilot trial results conclusions, effectiveness, 243 efficacy, efficiency, 244 evaluation, , , 239, 240, final recommendations, 237 innovations, 80 81, issues requiring future research, 81 lessons learnt from, 77 MULINO Decision Support Systems, 203 multi-accountable groups, Multi-Attribute Utility Methods, 201 multi-criteria decision analysis, 7, 28, 38, 40, 42, 79, 80, 89, 98, 109, 112, 115, 126, 137, 139, 143, 173, 196, 201, 203, 219, , 235, 250, 277 multi-level participatory processes. See participatory modelling multimethodology, 47, 47 48, 53 Multiple Objective Linear Programming, 201 Murray-Darling Basin, 13, 14, 16 Murray-Darling Basin Authority, 15 Murray-Darling Basin Commission, 13 NAIADE methods, 42 National Action Plan for Salinity and Water Quality (Australia), 14 National Competition Council (Australia), 14 National Competition Policy Reform Act (Australia), 14 National Heritage Trust (Australia), 14 National Plan for Water Security (Australia), 15 National Strategy for Ecologically Sustainable Development (Australia), 13 National Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee (Australia), 163, 164 National Water Commission (Australia), 14 National Water Initiative (Australia), National Water Quality Management Strategy (Australia), 14 National Water Resources Implementation Plan (Republic of Kiribati), 163 National Water Resources Policy (Republic of Kiribati), 163 Natural Resource Management Ministerial Council (Australia), 14 negotiation importance in interventions, 76 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, modes, 52 protocol, 76 research review, 55 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, New South Wales Occupational and Safety Act 2000, 103 New South Wales Oyster Industry Sustainable Aquaculture Strategy, 256, 272 NeWater research project, 157 NHT. See National Heritage Trust Nominal Group Technique, 203 Non-Government Organisations in Kiribati, 163 in Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 121, 289 NRMMC. See Natural Resource Management Ministerial Council NWC. See National Water Commission NWI. See National Water Initiative

5 334 INDEX NWQMS. See National Water Quality Management Strategy NWSCC. See National Water and Sanitation Coordination Committee objectives book, 5, 81, 107, 140, German case study, 156 happiness in, 235 Montpellier pilot trail, 77, 229 participatory modelling, 43, 216 that can impact participatory processes, 211 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 111, 112 operational research, 24, 26 28, OR. See operational research Ord River Irrigation Scheme, 13 Oriental despotism, 180 Oval Mapping technique, 77, 205, 226, 230, 231, 279 participant. See also public participation definition, perceptions of model hypotheses, 236 participative principle, 35, 36 participatory decision-aiding process. See also decision-aiding evaluation protocols, evaluation stages, 62 inter-organisational, pluralism in, 63 participatory modelling. See also models best practices, 41, 164, 165, 169 comparative research assessments, 58, 63 conceptual methodology, 232 decision-aiding in, 41 design, 37, 39, 44 ENCORE, 66 evaluation, 66 four-stage processes, 99, impact of co-engineering, integrated methodology, leadership models, 55 linked systems definition for co-engineering processes, 6 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, , 154 Montpellier pilot trial, 77, 80, multi-level, 3, 134, 139, 147, 167, 176 objectives, 43, 216 phases, 214 time allocation, 43, 215 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 111, , , 133 in water management, 75, 168, 209, 221 participatory structures, 36 40, 164 participatory values-based risk management process, 104, 107 Perth Dam inflows, 199 pilot intervention case. See Montpellier pilot trial Plan Do Check Act cycle, 187 planning and management theory. See also engineering advocacy planning, 208 best practice cycle process, 185 history of, integrated resource, 185, 186 interactive, 35, 36, 36 questions and activities, 185 radical planning, 208 transactive planning, 208 pluralism critical, 51 discordant, in participatory decision-aiding process, 63 pragmatic, 49 policy process guidelines, 30 principle of continuity, 35 problem formulation, 61, 194 reframing, situation models, solving strategies, 204 process evaluation. See evaluation protocol productive use of water. See demand management PROMETHEE methods, 42, 201 Protege, 121 protests, 13, 21, 23, 182 public participation classifications, in water management, 209 qualitative modelling, radical planning, 208 reactionary crisis management, REPAST computer software, 42 Republic of Kiribati. See Kiribati case study research limitations, objectives of book, 5, 81, 107, 140, operational, 24, 26 28, proposals for future, time allocation, 74 Riparian Doctrine, 180 risk assessment Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 83, , 266, , , 275, 281 sensitivity analysis, , 277 subjectivity of, 103 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 301 workshop process, 97, 260 Risk Consequences Tables. See risk tables risk management definition, 86 Elin Pelin risk management plan, 296 ethics, factors to consider, importance of context, Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 87, 95, 269, 271, 273, 275 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 111, 112, 296 Risk Management Standard. See Australian Risk Management Standard risk tables, 95, , 271 River Murray Waters Commission/Agreement, 13 Robustness Analysis, 223 Sadd el-kafara dam, 179 salinisation, 16, 180 sanitation, 4, 9 12, 19 21, , 176, 181 SAS. See System Actors Solutions Integrated Model SEI Water Resources Vulnerability, 177 SelfCORMAS, 231, 234 sensitivity analysis, 277 risk assessment, SEPP. See State Environmental Planning Policies simulation model critique of need for, 79 Montpellier pilot trial, SIRMA project, 159, 160 situation models, 144 SMART methods, 201 SMCE methods, 42 Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme, 13 social learning. See ENCORE, learning SODA. See Strategic Options Development and Analysis Soft Systems Methodology, 42, 46, 65, 223 SOSM. See System of Systems Methodologies Spiral Dynamics, 205 spring-flow tunnels, 179 stakeholders classification, 209 levels of engagement, 212 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 84, 95

6 INDEX 335 rationality model, 32 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 113, 121, 123, 126, 127 State Environmental Planning Policies, 84 State of the Environment Report 2004, 256 STELLA computer software, 42, 221 Strategic Choice Approach model, 33, 202, , 224 Strategic Options Development and Analysis, 42, 223, strategy mapping technique, 279 supply-side water planning, Sustainable Total Water Cycle Management Strategy, 256 Synthesis Report, 95, 270, 272 System Actors Solutions Integrated Model, 112 System Dynamics models, 42, 43, System of Systems Methodologies, 46 47, 47, 53 Tarawa. See Kiribati case study technology-based decisions, 28 test intervention case. See Montpellier pilot trial The Art of War, 184 The Elephant Child, 194 time allocation across research cases, 74 in Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, 92 in participatory modelling, 43, 215 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 119 Total Catchment Management, 13 Total Systems Intervention, 46 47, 48 Trade Practices Act, 14 transactive planning, 208 Treaty of Rome, 17 Treaty on the European Union, 17 trialogue team, 156 TSI. See Total Systems Intervention UML. See Unified Modelling Language uncertainty and ambiguity, 201 types of, 198 Unified Modelling Language, 233, 239 United Nations, 9 11 Upper Iskar Basin intervention and Algerian case study, 161 cognitive maps, 124 complexity, context, , 110, cultural aspects, decision-aiding, 292 languages and communication, 138 negotiation, Non-Government Organisations, 121, 289 objectives, 111, 112 participatory modelling, , risk assessment, 301 risk management approach, 111, 112, 296 stakeholders, 114, 122, 123, 125, 126, 127, 129 Upper Iskar Basin intervention co-engineering co-design phase, co-initiation phase, 112 process timeline, 119 Upper Iskar Basin intervention evaluation effectiveness, , 135 efficacy, , 138 efficiency, 134 ENCORE model dimensions, evaluation, innovations, stakeholder opinions, 132 visions and values, validation of intervention models and protocols, consideration for, values importance of context, 146 intervention comparison, 146 Lower Hawkesbury Estuary intervention, , 264 Upper Iskar Basin intervention, 127 VENSIM computer software, 42, 221 Viable Systems Method, 223 virtual water, 177 Vulnerability of Water Systems indices, 177 water blue, 177 distribution, 175 drinking water, 4, 20, 181 economic value of, 11 embodied, 177 as human right, 9 indigenous perspectives on water, 13, 179, 188 living, 179 properties of, pumps, 181 scarcity, 4, 13, 15, , 178 stress indicators, usage, virtual, 177 world trends, 176 Water Act 2007, 15, 16, 84 Water for the Future Plan, 15, 16 Water Framework Directive, 17 18, 24, 110, 156, 157, 187, 227 Water Information System for Europe 2007, 18 water management challenges, 4 and co-engineering, 53 complexity, 23 24, computer use in, conflict in, , 203 education suggestions, future proposals, 23, 174, 205 happiness as objective in, 235 history of, 28 29, interactions, 217 issues, 20 23, 162 models, 4, participation in, 209 water planning integrated resource, 185, 186 least cost, 186 supply-side, Water Poverty, 177 Water Quality Monitoring Program, 256 WEB-HIPRE software, 203 WFD. See Water Framework Directive World Water Council. See World Water Forums World Water Forums, zhi, 180

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