New challenges in integrated water quality modelling

@inproceedings{Rode2010NewCI,
  title={New challenges in integrated water quality modelling},
  author={Michael Rode and George B. Arhonditsis and Daniela Balin and Tesfaye Kebede and Valentina Krysanova and A. van Griensven and Sjoerd van der Zee},
  year={2010}
}
There is an increasing pressure for development of integrated water quality models that effectively couple catchment and in-stream biogeochemical processes. This need stems from increasing legislative requirements and emerging demands related to contemporary climate and land use changes. Modelling water quality and nutrient transport is challenging due a number of serious constraints associated with the input data as well as existing knowledge gaps related to the mathematical description of… CONTINUE READING
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