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[AHW22-14] A practice of transdisciplinarity toward restoration of sound hydrologic cycle in Inbanuma watershed, Chiba Prefecture, Japan to share the experience and knowledge globally
Keywords:sound hydrologic cycle, transdisciplinarity, future earth, Inbanuma watershed, stakeholders
Inbanuma is a closed lake located within Tokyo metropolitan area, Japan, and serve as a water resource of Chiba Prefecture. The water quality, however, keeps the worst one recently. To improve water quality and create sustainable region, Chiba Prefecture founded a council for sound hydrologic cycle in Inbanuma watershed in 2001. The activity have been made by collaborations with many stakeholders in different sectors. This is a good practice of transdisciplinarity.
This is a case study in a local area, however, the experience and knowledge may become common ones by sharing globally. We, future earth scientist, should make a sharing system of knowledge and experience.