Coping with Complexity and Uncertainty
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Can adaptive management help us embrace the Murray-Darling Basin's wicked problems?
Jan M. Gutteling University of Twente, the Netherlands Verified email at utwente. John Grin Professor of policy science, especially system innovations Verified email at uva. Floris Boogaard Verified email at tudelft.
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Verified email at geldofcs. Water Complexity Uncertainty Tacit Knowledge. Articles Cited by Co-authors. As an observer of adaptive management of natural resource management in the Murray-Darling Basin I question whether adaptive management as it is currently practiced is reflecting the ideal.
I suggest that current adaptive management projects are concerned with 'taming' problems to enable them to be addressed with conventional management. Ironically, this appears to be in response to complexity and uncertainty, a function of the risk averse cultures in which management operates.
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To use the full potential of adaptive management to address eco-socially-politically complex natural resource management issues requires an acceptance that risk and uncertainty are inevitable. The first step to achieving this could be to support leaders who can construct cultures conducive to more courageous adaptive management. AB - In this chapter I explore the potential value of adaptive management of wicked problems, using Australia's Murray-Darling Basin as a fo-cus. Abstract In this chapter I explore the potential value of adaptive management of wicked problems, using Australia's Murray-Darling Basin as a fo-cus.
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