A multiobjective response surface approach for improved water quality planning in lakes and reservoirs

@inproceedings{Castelletti2010AMR,
  title={A multiobjective response surface approach for improved water quality planning in lakes and reservoirs},
  author={Andrea Castelletti and Francesca Pianosi and Rodolfo Soncini-Sessa and Jason P. Antenucci},
  year={2010}
}
  • Andrea Castelletti, Francesca Pianosi, +1 author Jason P. Antenucci
  • Published 2010
  • Geology, Mathematics
  • [1] Improved data collection techniques as well as increasing computing power are opening up new opportunities for the development of sophisticated models that can accurately reproduce hydrodynamic and biochemical conditions of water bodies. While increasing model complexity is considered a virtue for scientific purposes, it is a definite disadvantage for management (engineering) purposes, as it limits the model applicability to what-if analysis over a few, a priori defined interventions. In… CONTINUE READING

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