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Landsc. Archit. Front.    2017, Vol. 5 Issue (1) : 48-55     https://doi.org/10.15302/J-LAF-20170105
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COMBINING SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL METHODS IN RIVER RESTORATION: AN INTERVIEW WITH G. MATHIAS KONDOLF
G. Mathias KONDOLF1,Shuhan SHI2
1. Professor of College of Environmental Design at University of California, Berkeley
2. Ph.D. Candidate in Human Geography at Peking University; Visiting student at University of California, Berkeley
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Abstract

This interview focuses on discussion of education and practice in river restoration in the United States and its possible lessons for China. G. Mathias Kondolf introduces his teaching and research at University of California, Berkeley and gives his views on dam construction and the principles of river restoration. Shuhan Shi, the interviewer, puts forward several important questions related to the topic within Chinese contexts. Together, through a fresh perspective, this work could help researchers and practitioners to consider ways to solve water problems in China. For landscape architects and planners, it provides new perceptions to combine scientific and social methods for future research and practice.

Keywords River Restoration      Dam Construction      Sediment      Non-Point Source Pollution      Post-Occupancy Evaluation     
Issue Date: 06 April 2017
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G. Mathias KONDOLF,Shuhan SHI. COMBINING SCIENTIFIC AND SOCIAL METHODS IN RIVER RESTORATION: AN INTERVIEW WITH G. MATHIAS KONDOLF[J]. Landsc. Archit. Front., 2017, 5(1): 48-55.
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http://journal.hep.com.cn/laf/EN/Y2017/V5/I1/48
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