Articles | Volume 373
12 May 2016
 | 12 May 2016

Scaling issues in multi-criteria evaluation of combinations of measures for integrated river basin management

Jörg Dietrich

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Dietrich, J. and Schumann, A. H. (Eds.): Werkzeuge für das integrierte Flussgebietsmanagement – Ergebnisse der Fallstudie Werra, Konzepte für die nachhaltige Entwicklung einer Flusslandschaft Bd. 7, Weissensee-Verlag, Berlin, 470 S., 2006.
Dietrich, J., Schumann, A. H., and Lotov, A. V.: Workflow oriented participatory decision support for integrated river basin planning, in: Topics on System Analysis and Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM), edited by: Castelletti, A. and Soncini Sessa, R., Elsevier, 2007.
Dietrich, J. and Funke, M.: Integrated catchment modelling within a strategic planning and decision making process: Werra case study, J. Phys. Chem. Earth, 34, 580–588,, 2009.
Giupponi, C., Mysiak, J., Fassio, A., and Cogan, V.: Towards a spatial decision support system for water resource management: MULINO-DSS 1st release. Proceedings 5th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science, Palma (Spain), 25–27 April, 2002.
Hering, D., Moog, O., Sandin, L., and Verdonschot, P. F. M.: Overview and application of the AQEM assessment system, Hydrobiologia, 516, 1–20, 2004.
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This research article presents finding from an interdisciplinary joint research project in integrated river basin management. For the implementation of the EU Water Framework Directive, measures to improve the hydromorphological situation and to reduce nutrient emissions have been planned at water body scale. We used a strategy approach to formulate alternative solutions for the whole basin according to policy directions. The results should inform and support stakeholders and decision makers.