Australian Journal of Water Resources

Journal article

1 Jan 2013
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Regional flood prediction equations are generally developed based on the recorded streamflow data in medium- to large-sized catchments, but these equations are often applied in practice to very small catchments. Since there is little/no recorded streamflow data available for very small catchments, the applicability of...

Journal article

1 Jan 2013
1

The northeast of Brazil is a semiarid region where water scarcity is a major problem dealt with by the construction of dams. This policy generated a dense reservoir network in the region, resulting in a complex system. The impacts of the network have been assessed,...

Journal article

1 Jan 2013
2

This paper outlines a quasi-economic hydrological model and management paradigm geared toward public and not-for-profit regulatory bodies, with particular reference to the southern Murray-Darling Basin in southeast Australia. This value-oriented model and paradigm bridges the gap between short-range hydrological forecasting and long-range economic planning. Decision-making...