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Stakeholders' perception of connectivity

Transfer of knowledge across the science-society interface is essential for both, ethical and economic reasons, and inevitable for successful climate change adaptation and integrated management of sustainable, resilient landscapes. The trans-disciplinary research of water and sediment connectivity has the potential to supply monitoring, modelling and management tools to land and water managers in order to reach these goals. The effective communication and transitions of the progress in connectivity research enabled by the scientific cooperation in the framework of the COST Action ES1306: Connecting European connectivity research (Connecteur), is the core target of the action and its working group Connectivity & Society. The aims of the project was to (i) collect, structure and analyse the outcome of the interviews with stakeholders, (ii) to describe the dimensions of and develop projections on the understanding of connectivity issues and tools of different stakeholders; (iii) and feedback the perceived knowledge gaps and demands of stakeholders back to the working groups of the action.


Direct link to EU COST Action Connecteur final report

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