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 Introduction

Acknowledgments

CHAPTER1: CONTEXT OF THE STUDY, QUESTIONS, MEETINGS, CONTRIBUTIONS…………………………………. 9

  • THE PROBLEM. 9
  • THE TERRITORY IN QUESTION  10
  • PARTNERS AND PARTICIPATING ORGANIZATIONS  18
  • THE RESEARCH PROCESS  27

CHAPTER 2: THE RESULTS  42

  • DRAWING UP THE CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK  43
  • FROM DOCTORATE TO POST-DOCTORATE CONVERGENCES 46
  • QUANTITATIVE APPROACHES ALREADY CARRIED OUT: THE NASY AND NAWFA STUDIES, FOLLOWING   THE MBDA STUDIES 55
  • WHICH SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ARE NECESSARY TO GO FURTHER ? 82

CHAPTER 3: TOWARDS A COHERENT ORGANIC PLANNING  82

  • THE FITZROY RIVER BASIN AND THE FOLLOW-UP AFTER THE 2010 UNDERTAKINGS ? 82
  • “CONVIVIAL REGIONS” AS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT MODELS?  82

CHAPTER 4: CONCLUSION: STRATEGIES FOR PREVENTION AND CONTROL  84

  • TOWARDS THE ELABORATION OF A GIS 84
  • LIMITATIONS OF CURRENT STUDIES, FURTHER SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH  84
  • A HYDROGEOLOGICAL MODEL SUPPORTED BY THE GIS  84
  • ESTABLISHING A PARTICIPATORY PROJECT ON THE BASIS OF THE 2010 COLLABORATION  86
  • GENERAL CONCLUSION  86

CHAPTER 5: APPENDICES  89

  • BIBLIOGRAPHY 89
  • THE CONVERGENCES OF THE THESIS AND POST-DOCTORATE 92
  • LIST OF PEDAGOGICAL DVDS 96
  • DEFINITION OF THE DROP OF EXPERIENCE 98
  • DELIMITATION OF THE TRIPLE AREA OF STUDY 100
  • THE AUSTRALIAN MODEL AND ROGER LAMBERT (1996) 102

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