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W6: Integrated solution support systems for water management

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!!Description
Solving water management problems involves technical, social, economic, political and legal challenges and thus requires an integrated approach involving people from different backgrounds and roles. The integrated approach has been given a prominent role within the European Water Framework Directive (WFD). The WFD requires an integrated approach in water management in two 12 year cycles. The first management cycle that ends by 2015 consists of the following main planning stages: describing objectives, assessing present state, identifying gaps between objectives and present state, developing improving measures/options, implementing measures/options and evaluating measures/options. To support planning the following activities will be performed: monitoring (the state before and after implementing measures/options), generating measures/options, modelling (to explore the effect of suggested measures/options), reporting, etc.

Such an integrated approach needs a variety of support tools (ranging from a spreadsheet to multi criteria analysis tools and knowledge based guidance tools) and various types of models. The tools include all kind of cooperation software, i.e. software for process definition, document management, workflow management, groupware and knowledge management. The models include simulation models (hydrodynamic, groundwater quantity/quality, rainfall/run-off, surface water quality, ecology, socio-economics, etc.) and decision support models.

Furthermore, WFD expects participation of all individuals and groups involved in or affected by water management measures/options, including competent authorities, stakeholders and public.

All support tools and models should be integrated, i.e. cooperate smoothly together (pass intermediate results), log what has been done, support interpretation, communication and reporting. This workshop will create a platform for discussion on integrating various support tools and models based on the practical experience gained from the EU sponsored AquaStress project.
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!!Description
Solving water management problems involves technical, social, economic, political and legal challenges and thus requires an integrated approach involving people from different backgrounds and roles. The integrated approach has been given a prominent role within the European Water Framework Directive (WFD). The WFD requires an integrated approach in water management in two 12 year cycles. The first management cycle that ends by 2015 consists of the following main planning stages: describing objectives, assessing present state, identifying gaps between objectives and present state, developing improving measures/options, implementing measures/options and evaluating measures/options. To support planning the following activities will be performed: monitoring (the state before and after implementing measures/options), generating measures/options, modelling (to explore the effect of suggested measures/options), reporting, etc.

Such an integrated approach needs a variety of support tools (ranging from a spreadsheet to multi criteria analysis tools and knowledge based guidance tools) and various types of models. The tools include all kind of cooperation software, i.e. software for process definition, document management, workflow management, groupware and knowledge management. The models include simulation models (hydrodynamic, groundwater quantity/quality, rainfall/run-off, surface water quality, ecology, socio-economics, etc.) and decision support models.

Furthermore, WFD expects participation of all individuals and groups involved in or affected by water management measures/options, including competent authorities, stakeholders and public.

All support tools and models should be integrated, i.e. cooperate smoothly together (pass intermediate results), log what has been done, support interpretation, communication and reporting. This workshop will create a platform for discussion on integrating various support tools and models based on the practical experience gained from the EU sponsored AquaStress project.
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!!Organisers
->'''Ayalew Kassahun, Wageningen University, The Netherlands''' (contact: [[mailto:Ayalew.Kassahun@wur.nl | Ayalew.Kassahun@wur.nl]])
->'''Michiel Blind, RWS-RIZA, The Netherlands'''

!!Description


Such an integrated approach needs a variety of support tools (ranging from a spreadsheet to multi criteria analysis tools and knowledge based guidance tools) and various types of models. The tools include all kind of cooperation software, i.e. software for process definition, document management, workflow management, groupware and knowledge management. The models include simulation models (hydrodynamic, groundwater quantity/quality, rainfall/run-off, surface water quality, ecology, socio-economics, etc.) and decision support models.

Furthermore, WFD expects participation of all individuals and groups involved in or affected by water management measures/options, including competent authorities, stakeholders and public.

All support tools and models should be integrated, i.e. cooperate smoothly together (pass intermediate results), log what has been done, support interpretation, communication and reporting. This workshop will create a platform for discussion on integrating various support tools and models based on the practical experience gained from the EU sponsored AquaStress project.

!!Topics
*Managing integrated water management with support tools
*Supporting participatory processes
*Tools for collaboration and cooperation
*Tools for quality assurance and good practices
*Web services and Service-oriented architectures
*Ontology-based integration
*Knowledge modelling and knowledge bases
*Linking support tools and models for integrated water management
*Experiences from practice in integrated water management

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!!Schedule
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