Facilitating Watershed Management brings together myriad distinctive voices to create an experiential learning process drawn from the most important innovators in the field. Presenting an introduction to the diversity of tools (sociological, pedagogical, phenomenological) needed to implement watershed management in the real world trenches, the book helps move students and practitioners from being knowledgeable stewards of watersheds to becoming wise managers of watersheds.
|Publisher:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||7.06(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.88(d)|
About the Author
Robert L. France, associate professor of landscape ecology at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design/Landscape Architecture, is one of the world's leading authorities on watershed management.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Part I: Environmental Communication Chapter 2 Overview: The Sociology of Watershed Stewardship and Management Chapter 3 1 Buzzwords and Benchmarks: Ecosystem Health as a Management Goal Chapter 4 Response: Integrating Human and Environmental Aspirations Chapter 5 2 Into the Great Wide Open: Rethinking Design in an Era of Economic, Social, and Environmental Change Chapter 6 Response: Watershed Health as Wealth and Other "Capital" Ideas Chapter 7 3 Innovation Diffusion and Water-Sensitive Design Chapter 8 Response: Making Sure Paradigm Shift Happens Chapter 9 4 Agency-Sponsored Alternative Dispute Resolution Process in Urban River Management Chapter 10 Response: Managing Watersheds by Managing People Chapter 11 5 Watershed ManagementThe Never-Ending Story Chapter 12 Response: The Art of Watershed Gardening Chapter 13 6 WatershedAtlas.com: Educating the Public Chapter 14 Response: Virtual, Spatial, and Temporal Tours Chapter 15 7 Watermarks: Imprinting Water(shed) Awareness through Environmental Literature and Art Chapter 16 Response: Engaging the Aquatic Muse Part 17 Part II: Education Outreach Chapter 18 Overview: The Pedagogy of Watershed Stewardship and Management Chapter 19 8 Watershed Management Education and Training CD-ROMs Chapter 20 Response: Electronically Expanding Watersheds through Distance Learning Chapter 21 9 A New Role for University Extension in Water Resources Management Chapter 22 Response: Participatory Education Chapter 23 10 Saving Species by Saving Watersheds: Poster Development and Community Participation Chapter 24 Response: Information Transfer and Local Empowerment Chapter 25 11 Exploring Water: Art and Physics in Teaching and Learning with Water Chapter 26 Response: Intimate Liquid EncountersTeaching the Teachers Chapter 27 12 Taking It to the Streets: Mystic Watershed Awareness Efforts Merge with Public Art Chapter 28 Response: Ripple EffectsMaking Water Visible by Making Waves Chapter 29 13 Developing a Public Education Toolbox for a Contested Wetland in Los Angeles Chapter 30 Response: Multiple Educational Challenges for Nonprofit Stewardship Groups Chapter 31 14 Applying the Theory: Design/Build Models for Water Harvesting and Watershed Awareness Chapter 32 Response: Teaching and Learning by Doing Part 33 Part III: Demonstration Projects Chapter 34 Overview: The Phenomenology of Watershed Stewardship and Management Chapter 35 15 The Touch of Water: Artists Working with Water and Communities Chapter 36 Response: Establishing Environmental Awareness through Water Artistry Chapter 37 16 Elevating Wetland Consciousness: Environmental Education and Art Chapter 38 Response: Curing Cancer by Applying Bandages of Functional Art Chapter 39 17 Combining Art and Science: The Living Water Garden in Chengdu, China Chapter 40 Response: Role of High-Visibility Demonstration Projects Chapter 41 18 Riparian Pocket Parks as a Means for Physically and Conceptually Connecting People to Urban Waters Chapter 42 Response: Recognition on the Way to Restoration Chapter 43 19 Stormwater Management: A Primer and Guidelines fro Future Programming and Innovative Demonstration Projects Chapter 44 Response: Developing Cost-Effective and Integrative Water Management Chapter 45 20 Watershed Management as Urban Design: The Civic Hydrology of Bellevue, Washington Chapter 46 Response: Lives Linked by Liquid Chapter 47 21 Message in the Medium: Watershed Awareness through Design of a Watershed Education Center Chapter 48 Response: Practicing What Is Preached