Further Reading

Argent RM and Grayson RB (2003) A modeling shell for participatory assessment and management of natural resources. Environmental Modelling and Software 18: 541-551.

Carr DS and Halvorsen K (2001) An evaluation of three democratic, community-based approaches to citizen participation: Surveys, conversations with community groups, and community dinners. Society and Natural Resources 14: 107-126.

Castelletti A and Soncini-Sessa R (2006) A procedural approach to strengthening integration and participation in water resource planning. Environmental Modelling and Software 21:1455-1470.

Duram LA and Brown KG (1999) Assessing public participation in US watershed planning initiatives. Society and Natural Resources 12: 455-467.

Funtowicz S and Ravetz JR (1993) Science for the post-normal age. Futures 25(7): 739-755.

Kasemir B, Jager J, Jaeger CC, and Gardner MT (eds.) (2003) Public Participation in Sustainability Science: A Handbook. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Kemmis S and McTaggart R (eds.) (1998) The Action Research Planner, 3rd edn. VIC, Australia: Deakin University.

Korfmacher KS (2001) The politics of participation in watershed modeling. Environmental Management 27(2): 161-176.

Roberts N (2004) Public deliberation in an age of direct citizen participation. American Review of Public Administration 34(4): 315-353.

Voinov A and Costanza R (1999) Watershed management and the web. Journal of Environmental Management 56: 231-245.

Webler T and Tuler S (1999) Integrating technical analysis with deliberation in regional watershed management planning: Applying the National Research Council approach. Policy Studies Journal 27(3): 530-543.

Webler T and Tuler S (2001) Public participation in watershed management planning: Views on process from people in the field. Research in Human Ecology 8(2): 29-39.

Weible C, Sabatier PA, and Lubell M (2004) A comparison of a collaborative and top-down approach to the use of science in policy: Establishing marine protected areas in California. Policy Studies Journal 32(2): 187-207.

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