Water Quality Modelling in Rivers with Limited Observational Data : River Elbe Case Study

@inproceedings{Romanowicz2004WaterQM,
  title={Water Quality Modelling in Rivers with Limited Observational Data : River Elbe Case Study},
  author={Renata J. Romanowicz and Ulrich Callies and Peter C. Young},
  year={2004}
}
Water quality predictions in an ungauged catchment r quire the development of a model that is able to capture the basic physical features of the process and depends only on variables that are easi ly available. From this point of view, the model has s imilar requirements to those used in future climate sc nario analysis. The mechanistic water quality model, deve loped in GKSS, Germany, for the purpose of climate change analysis, uses only climatic variables, such as temperature, radiation and… CONTINUE READING

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