Proceedings from a September 1994 Wageningen symposium.
Part I: On the Nature, Variety and Scope of Scenario Studies. 1. Scenarios as a tool; F.R. Veeneklaas, et al. 2. Tools for scenario building; P.E.V. van Walsum, et al. 3. Scenarios and rural policy; G. van der Lely, et al. Part II: Regional Soil and Water Management. 4. Modelling concepts; E. Priesack, F. Beese. 5. Models and scale aspect; P.E. O'Connell, et al. 6. Operational decision support tools; S.T. Abdel Gawad, et al. 7. Models and GIS; H.P. Nachtnebel, et al. 8. Model parametrization and data needs; P.A. Finke, et al. 9. Case studies on water and nutrient management; J. Stolte, et al. Part III: Nature Development and Landscape Quality. 10. Current procedures; W.B. Harms, et al. 11. Operational tools; H.J. Verkaar, et al. 12. Requirements and data; J.A. Klijn, et al. 13. Policies; R.H.G. van Wezel, et al. Part IV: Rural Planning and the Future of Regions. 15. Regional rural planning; N. Couix, et al. 16. Operational methods for land use scenarios; J. van Os, et al. 17. set-aside; D.J. Ansell, et al. 18. New futures for specific regions; G.A. Hoekveld, et al.
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