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Titel artikel Analyzing the data-rich-but-information-poor syndrome in Dutch water management in historical perspective
Auteur(s) Timmerman, J.G. ; Beinat, E. ; Termeer, K. ; Cofino, W.
Tijdschrifttitel Environmental management
Deel(Jaar)Nummer 45(2010)5
Paginering 1231 - 1242
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Trefwoorden (cab) waterbeheer / waterkwaliteit / informatiebehoeften / gebruikswaarde / literatuur / geschiedenis / monitoring / nederland
Rubrieken Waterkwaliteit / Waterbeheer (algemeen)
Publicatie type Artikel
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) Water quality monitoring has developed over the past century from an unplanned, isolated activity into an important discipline in water management. This development also brought about a discontent between information users and information producers about the usefulness and usability of information, in literature often referred to as the data-rich-but-information-poor syndrome. This article aims to gain a better understanding of this issue by studying the developments over some five decades of Dutch national water quality monitoring, by analyzing four studies in which the role and use of information are discussed from different perspectives, and by relating this to what is considered in literature as useful information.
Betrokken instanties Rijkswaterstaat Waterdienst
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Faculteit der Aardwetenschappen
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