Use of the IQQM simulation model for planning and management of a regulated river system

@inproceedings{Hameed2001UseOT,
  title={Use of the IQQM simulation model for planning and management of a regulated river system},
  author={Tahir Hameed and Geoff M Podger},
  year={2001}
}
The Mun-ay-Darling Basin (MDB) is Australia's largest river system. Within the MDB, rivers are generally managed as independent regulated systems. The Department of Land and Water Conservation (DLWC) is responsible for planning and management of rivers in New South Wales. To incoiporate short-term variability of flows, DLWC developed a daily-time step integrated quantity quality model (IQQM) for the investigation of watersharing issues. The increasing environmental degradation of rivers within… CONTINUE READING

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