Comprehensive Water Management Scenarios for Strategic Planning

@inproceedings{Manoli2005ComprehensiveWM,
  title={Comprehensive Water Management Scenarios for Strategic Planning},
  author={E. Manoli and Pipina Katsiardi and George Arampatzis and D. Assimacopoulos},
  year={2005}
}
The assessment of the applicability and suitability of potential measures and instruments is crucial in the strategic planning of water resources management. This paper presents a methodology founded on scenario analysis for assessing potentially applicable water management options in a regional context with respect to their efficiency, extent of application, cost and environmental impact. Formulation, analysis and evaluation of the different scenarios are performed through a developed GIS… 

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