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Developing Incentive Based Mechanisms for Watershed Protection Services through Participatory Hydrological Studies

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  • Debashish Sen

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  • Rajesh Gupta
  • Chetan Agarwal
  • Satya Prasanna Bambam

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Peoples’ Science Institute (PSI), Dehradun and Winrock International India (WII), Gurgaon jointly initiated participatory hydrological studies in two micro-catchments that is, the Bhodi-Suan and Kuhan catchments that lie in the Changer region of Kangra district of Himachal Pradesh from August 2005 with the objective of promoting incentive-based mechanisms (IBM) for watershed protection services and improved livelihoods. Low cost hydrological monitoring stations and systems were established with the help of the watershed communities.

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  • Debashish Sen & Rajesh Gupta & Chetan Agarwal & Satya Prasanna Bambam, 2010. "Developing Incentive Based Mechanisms for Watershed Protection Services through Participatory Hydrological Studies," Working Papers id:3230, eSocialSciences.
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