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It is important that all information provided to an AquaPedia case study is

  • clear
  • consise
  • accurate as possible

Most case study sections require a neutral or balanced point of view, as any user can edit and improve content.

Individual ASI articles linked to specific case studies allow individual contributors (authors) to provide qualified statements, researched opinions, and other non-neutral information, insight, or wisdom on a topic.

Cases or Case Sections that do not

  • provide sufficient references
  • appear to be neutrally presented

may be flagged by a another user as requiring additional fact-checking, edits for clarity/factuality, or other improvements to improve the validity of the content.