Kubota, Jumpei

Sustainable Water Management

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Table of contents

Part I. New Perspectives

1. New Perspectives: Reconsideration of IWRM from the Viewpoint of Design Science
Ken’ichi Nakagami

Part II. Design: Designing Water Resources Management with Collaborative Activities of Multistakeholders

2. Participatory Approaches to Environmental Management: Future Design for Water Resources Management
Hisaaki Kato, Ken’ichi Nakagami, Malcom Cooper

3. Environmental Assessment in Collaboration with Local Residents
Budi Indra Setiawan, Satyanto Krido Saptomo, Yudi Chadirin, Chusnul Arif, Rudiyanto, I Wayan Budiasa

4. Local-Level Water Conservation Assessment in the Upstream Watershed Based on Land-Use Scenarios
Hiroki Oue, Sanz Grifrio Limin

Part III. Practices in Indonesia: Participatory Approach Toward Sustainable Water Resources Management

5. A Participatory Approach to Enhance Multistakeholders’ Participation in the Saba River Basin
I Wayan Budiasa, Hisaaki Kato

6. Hydrogeochemical Assessment of the Contribution of Caldera Lakes and Paddy Irrigation to River Water Stability
Takao Nakagiri, Hisaaki Kato, Seiji Maruyama, Satoko Hashimoto

7. Reconsideration of the Meaning of Dam Construction for Water Resources Management: The Environmental Impact Assessment of the Titab Dam Project Toward Futurability of the Saba River Basin
I Wayan Budiasa, Hisaaki Kato, Ken’ichi Nakagami

Part IV. Practices in Chongming Island, China: Regional Management and Environmental Policy for Water Reclamation and Recycle

8. Current State of Water Management in Chongming Island
Jianhua Li, Jun Nakajima

9. The Characteristics of Eutrophication and Its Correlation with Algae in Chongming Island’s Artificial River Network
Jianhua Li, Xiaochen Chen, Jia Niu, Xiaofeng Sun

10. Impacts of the Development on Land Use and the Water Environment
Ji Han, Xuepeng Qian

11. Proposal of a New Water Recycling System Featuring “Water Reclamation and Reuse”
Jun Nakajima, Toshiyuki Shimizu

Part V. Conclusions

12. Conclusions: The Future of Sustainable Water Management
Malcolm Cooper

Keywords: Environment, Waste Water Technology / Water Pollution Control / Water Management / Aquatic Pollution

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