What is ICM?
ICM is an approach which recognises the catchment or river basin as the appropriate organising unit for research on ecosystem processes for the purpose of managing natural resources in a context that includes social, economic and political considerations
The following presentation includes: (119kb) Date: 2000
- Why use an ICM approach?
- What are the challenges of ICM?
- How has ICM developed as a discipline?
- What does ICM offer?
The following document outlines some of the background to ICM (78kb) Date: April 1999
Links to other ICM-related sites
Linkages to other ICM initiatives both within New Zealand and internationally.