Anna Wesselink
Anna Wesselink
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Rationales for public participation in environmental policy and governance: practitioners' perspectives
A Wesselink, J Paavola, O Fritsch, O Renn
Environment and Planning A 43 (11), 2688-2704, 2011
Technical knowledge, discursive spaces and politics at the science–policy interface
A Wesselink, KS Buchanan, Y Georgiadou, E Turnhout
Environmental science & policy 30, 1-9, 2013
Lost in the problem: the role of boundary organisations in the governance of climate change
R Hoppe, A Wesselink, R Cairns
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 4 (4), 283-300, 2013
If post-normal science is the solution, what is the problem?: The politics of activist environmental science
A Wesselink, R Hoppe
Science, Technology & Human Values 36 (3), 389-412, 2011
Socio‐hydrology and hydrosocial analysis: Toward dialogues across disciplines
A Wesselink, M Kooy, J Warner
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (2), e1196, 2017
Accessing water services in Dar es Salaam: Are we counting what counts?
K Nganyanyuka, J Martinez, A Wesselink, JH Lungo, Y Georgiadou
Habitat International 44, 358-366, 2014
Evidence and policy: discourses, meanings and practices
A Wesselink, H Colebatch, W Pearce
Policy Sciences 47 (4), 339-344, 2014
Trends in flood risk management in deltas around the world: Are we going'soft'?
A Wesselink, J Warner, MA Syed, F Chan, DD Tran, H Huq, F Huthoff, ...
International Journal of Water Governance 3 (4), 25-46, 2015
Flood safety in the Netherlands: the Dutch response to Hurricane Katrina
AJ Wesselink
Technology in society 29 (2), 239-247, 2007
Research impacts and impact on research in biodiversity conservation: The influence of stakeholder engagement
C Jolibert, A Wesselink
Environmental Science & Policy 22, 100-111, 2012
Engaging with the politics of water governance
M Zwarteveen, JS Kemerink‐Seyoum, M Kooy, J Evers, TA Guerrero, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 4 (6), e1245, 2017
Impact of land-use change on water resources: Balquhidder catchments
A Gustard, AJ Wesselink
Journal of hydrology 145 (3-4), 389-401, 1993
Comparing the role of boundary organizations in the governance of climate change in three EU member states
R Hoppe, A Wesselink
Environmental science & policy 44, 73-85, 2014
Dutch dealings with the Delta
AJ Wesselink, WE Bijker, HJ de Vriend, MS Krol
Nature and Culture 2 (2), 188-209, 2007
Evidence and meaning in policy making
W Pearce, A Wesselink, H Colebatch
Evidence & Policy: A Journal of Research, Debate and Practice 10 (2), 161-165, 2014
The effects of climate changes on river baseflow and aquifer storage in Central Africa
D Orange, AJ Wesselink, G Mahe, CT Feizoure
IAHS Publication 240, 113-123, 1997
The emergence of interdisciplinary knowledge in problem‐focused research
A Wesselink
Area 41 (4), 404-413, 2009
Hydrology and hydraulics expertise in participatory processes for climate change adaptation in the Dutch Meuse
A Wesselink, H Vriend, H Barneveld, M Krol, W Bijker
Water Science & Technology 60 (3), 583-595, 2009
You gain some funding, you lose some freedom: The ironies of flood protection in Limburg (The Netherlands)
A Wesselink, J Warner, M Kok
Environmental science & policy 30, 113-125, 2013
Not just a tool. Taking context into account in the development of a mobile app for rural water supply in Tanzania
A Wesselink, R Hoppe, R Lemmens
Water alternatives 8 (2), 2015
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