Administrative capacity to perceive long-term trends in water quality. Consequences for transboundary river management

J.M. Verhallen, H.W.J. van Dijk, W.L.T. Densen

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference paper

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMonitoring Tailor-Made III : International Workshop on Information for Sustainable Water Management, Nunspeet, The Netherlands, September 2000
EditorsJos G. Timmerman, Wim G. Cofino, Rainer E. Enderlein, Walter Jülich, Peter Literathy, Jean Marie Martin
Place of PublicationLelystad
PublisherRIZA
Pages209-217
ISBN (Print)9789036953702
Publication statusPublished - 2001

Keywords

  • water quality
  • water management
  • watersheds
  • germany
  • transboundaries
  • overijssel

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Verhallen, J. M., van Dijk, H. W. J., & Densen, W. L. T. (2001). Administrative capacity to perceive long-term trends in water quality. Consequences for transboundary river management. In J. G. Timmerman, W. G. Cofino, R. E. Enderlein, W. Jülich, P. Literathy, & J. M. Martin (Eds.), Monitoring Tailor-Made III : International Workshop on Information for Sustainable Water Management, Nunspeet, The Netherlands, September 2000 (pp. 209-217). RIZA. http://www.mtm-conference.nl/mtm3/docs/Verhallenea2001.pdf