Resilience in a time of drought: building a transferable model for collective action in North Coast watersheds. Master's Thesis.

Creator

Schremmer, S.L.C

Date

2014

Title

Resilience in a time of drought: building a transferable model for collective action in North Coast watersheds. Master's Thesis.

Publisher

Humboldt State University

Description

The objective of this project was to produce a technology transfer guide for stakeholders in North Coast watersheds on how to replicate or scale-out water conservation strategies from one setting to another while accounting for the complex socio-cultural and ecological variables that exist in every populated rural watershed.

Bibliographic Citation

Schremmer, S.L.C. 2014. Resilience in a time of drought: building a transferable model for collective action in North Coast watersheds. Master's Thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata California

Citation

Schremmer, S.L.C, “ Resilience in a time of drought: building a transferable model for collective action in North Coast watersheds. Master's Thesis.,” Eel River Library, accessed November 21, 2017, http://eelriverlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/346.

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