course includes all the training presentations with some additional
links for further information.
to navigate your way around the course
ease of navigation this course has been divided into four
modules that contain related presentations:
most presentations are quite long, each page has a contents
table with links to main subject headings within the presentation.
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of the course
course aims to to establish a common knowledge base among
all participants, whatever their competencies, in order to
facilitate working together, understanding, and co-operation.
modelling courses aim to consider questions such as: what
is the agent approach? What are the methodologies? What are
the languages for specifications? It aims to gives non modelling
experts some knowledge and understanding of modelling, and
to encourage modelling experts to discuss their approaches
hydrology courses are centred around questions such as: what
are the main water issues to be considered? How best can basins
be represented? Which stakeholders should be involved? It
aims to give those who know little about water based management
some knowledge about it, and to start assessments of various
issues and models for dimensions of WBM.
integrated assessment course gives a short theoretical background,
with emphasis on integration issues, participatory methods,
and the agregation of models with agents.