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Cross-connections: linking urban water managers with humanities, arts and social sciences researchers Tributaries directory

Western Sydney University
Sofoulis
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The tributaries directory is a 280-page searchable PDF document detailing individual and organisational Australian social and cultural research on urban water. Some entries are hyperlinked to outside sources and to the bibliography. The information was collated using survey results, short record sheets and self-identification of researchers. The purpose was to identify the main water issues as perceived by Australian stakeholders. And to identify who is conducting research and the different types, scales, methods and approaches used to conduct it. The Project Inventory Survey (Word) and Tributaries Project Inventory Survey_Excerpt (Excel) are attached as supporting documentation.

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Data time period: 03 2010 to 03 2011

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Spatial Coverage And Location

text: Australia