A facilitated process and online toolset to analyze complex systems and coordinate active watershed development and transformation
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Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) coordinates public, private, and nonprofit sectors in strategic resource development, while emphasizing holistic environmental protection. Without more integrated efforts, adverse human affects to water, other natural resources, and ecosystems services may worsen and cause more unintended cross-scale effects. Meanwhile, fragmented jurisdictional controls and competing demands continue to create new obstacles to shared solutions. Lack of coordination may accentuate negative impacts of extreme events, over-extraction, and other, often unrecognized ...