Marcela Brugnach
Marcela Brugnach
BC3 Basque Climate Change Center
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Toward a relational concept of uncertainty: about knowing too little, knowing too differently, and accepting not to know
M Brugnach, A Dewulf, C Pahl-Wostl, T Taillieu
Ecology and society 13 (2), 2008
Maturing the new water management paradigm: progressing from aspiration to practice
C Pahl-Wostl, P Jeffrey, N Isendahl, M Brugnach
Water resources management 25 (3), 837-856, 2011
Ambiguity: the challenge of knowing and deciding together
M Brugnach, H Ingram
Environmental science & policy 15 (1), 60-71, 2012
Specifying “regime”—A framework for defining and describing regimes in transition research
G Holtz, M Brugnach, C Pahl-Wostl
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 75 (5), 623-643, 2008
Uncertainty matters: computer models at the science–policy interface
M Brugnach, A Tagg, F Keil, WJ de Lange
Water Resources Management 21 (7), 1075-1090, 2007
Including indigenous peoples in climate change mitigation: addressing issues of scale, knowledge and power
M Brugnach, M Craps, A Dewulf
Climatic change 140 (1), 19-32, 2017
More is not always better: coping with ambiguity in natural resources management
M Brugnach, A Dewulf, HJ Henriksen, P Van der Keur
Journal of environmental management 92 (1), 78-84, 2011
Why are decisions in flood disaster management so poorly supported by information from flood models?
JG Leskens, M Brugnach, AY Hoekstra, W Schuurmans
Environmental modelling & software 53, 53-61, 2014
Identification of major sources of uncertainty in current IWRM practice. Illustrated for the Rhine Basin
P Van der Keur, HJ Henriksen, JC Refsgaard, M Brugnach, C Pahl-Wostl, ...
Water Resources Management 22 (11), 1677-1708, 2008
Daily reference evapotranspiration for California using satellite imagery and weather station measurement interpolation
QJ Hart, M Brugnach, B Temesgen, C Rueda, SL Ustin, K Frame
Civil engineering and environmental systems 26 (1), 19-33, 2009
Time scale and intensity dependency in multiplicative cascades for temporal rainfall disaggregation
DE Rupp, RF Keim, M Ossiander, M Brugnach, JS Selker
Water resources research 45 (7), 2009
Shifting to ecological engineering in flood management: Introducing new uncertainties in the development of a building with nature pilot project
RE Van den Hoek, M Brugnach, AY Hoekstra
Environmental science & policy 22, 85-99, 2012
Chapter four complexity and uncertainty: rethinking the modelling activity
M Brugnach, C Pahl-Wostl, KE Lindenschmidt, J Janssen, T Filatova, ...
Developments in Integrated Environmental Assessment 3, 49-68, 2008
Assessing framing of uncertainties in water management practice
N Isendahl, A Dewulf, M Brugnach, G François, S Möllenkamp, ...
Water resources management 23 (15), 3191-3205, 2009
Analysing the cascades of uncertainty in flood defence projects: How “not knowing enough” is related to “knowing differently”
RE van den Hoek, M Brugnach, JPM Mulder, AY Hoekstra
Global environmental change 24, 373-388, 2014
Ambiguity in problem framing as a barrier to collective actions: some hints from groundwater protection policy in the Apulia region
R Giordano, M Brugnach, I Pluchinotta
Group Decision and Negotiation 26 (5), 911-932, 2017
A broadened view on the role for models in natural resource management: implications for model development
M Brugnach, C Pahl-Wostl
Adaptive and Integrated Water Management, 187-203, 2008
Use of Bayesian belief networks for dealing with ambiguity in integrated groundwater management
HJ Henriksen, P Zorrilla‐Miras, A de la Hera, M Brugnach
Integrated environmental assessment and management 8 (3), 430-444, 2012
Paradigms in water management
C Pahl-Wostl, N Isendahl, S Möllenkamp, M Brugnach, P Jeffrey, ...
Newater Deliv 1, 1-39, 2006
Process level sensitivity analysis for complex ecological models
M Brugnach
Ecological Modelling 187 (2-3), 99-120, 2005
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