Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10497/18924
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Waterscape
Hydrosocial cycle
Integrated water resources management
Nature-society dualism
Southeast Asian Geography Association
Issue Date: 
2016
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Irvine, K. N., Chang, C. H., & Das, D. (2016). Waterscapes Asia: Concepts and practices. Journal of Geography, Environment and Earth Science International, 5(3), 1-9. http://dx.doi.org/10.9734/JGEESI/2016/23520
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Our paper provides an introduction to, and context for, the 10 papers that comprise this special volume: Waterscapes Asia: Concepts and Practices. We discuss the various interpretations of what is meant by a “waterscape” and suggest some ways forward that may provide a bridge between the theoretical waterscapes framework and practical considerations that we hope will make the waterscapes concept more broadly useful. These 10 papers, representing contributions from India, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia are decidedly applied and consider issues of inequitable socio-hydrological conditions that are impacted by flows of capital, political relations, and policy. Yet, they also represent efforts in quantifying water quality and quantity within the human-natural system nexus, and most importantly, the central theme of familiarisation as a path to more effective waterscape management.
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2454-7352
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