The "WaterWare" decision-support system for river-basin planning; 3, Example applications

Saved in:
Authors:Jamieson, D. G.; Fedra, K.
Author Affiliations:Primary:
University of Newcastle upon Tyne, Department of Civil Engineering, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Other:
Environmental Software and Services GmbH, Modling, Austria
Volume Title:Decision-support systems
Volume Authors:Jamieson, D. G., editor
Source:Decision-support systems, edited by D. G. Jamieson. Journal of Hydrology, 177(3-4), p.199-211. Publisher: Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands. ISSN: 0022-1694
Publication Date:1996
Note:In English. For reference to Part 1, see Jamieson, D. G., and Fedra, K., J. Hydrol., Vol. 177, p. 163, 1996; for Part 2, see Fedra and Jamieson, p. 177. 7 refs.; sketch maps
Summary:Having outlined the conceptual design and planning capability in the previous two papers, the final contribution in this trilogy describes the application of WaterWare to the River Thames basin in England and Rio Lerma in Mexico. Examples are given of the real-world problems that can be addressed using this system. These include water-resource assessment, reservoir site selection, decontamination of groundwater, estimation of sustainable irrigation abstractions and derivation of required effluent-quality standards. The requirement in both cases is to provide the analytical tools to be used by the agency staff themselves for planning purposes. Abstract Copyright (1996) Elsevier, B.V.
Subjects:Applications; Case studies; Computer programs; Controls; Data processing; Decision-making; Drainage basins; Fluvial features; Ground water; Hydrology; Numerical models; Pollution; Reservoirs; Rivers; Rivers and streams; Surface water; Water management; Water resources; Berkshire England; England; Europe; Great Britain; Guanajuato Mexico; Jalisco Mexico; London Basin; London England; Mexico; Mexico state; Michoacan Mexico; Oxfordshire England; Queretaro Mexico; Thames River; United Kingdom; Western Europe; Lerma River basin; Rio Lerma Basin; Water-Ware
Record ID:1996042422
Copyright Information:GeoRef, Copyright 2018 American Geosciences Institute. Reference includes data from CAPCAS, Elsevier Scientific Publishers, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Tags: Add Tag
No Tags, Be the first to tag this record!
Be the first to leave a comment!
You must be logged in first