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Water Resource Management

The concept behind water resource management is to improve the effective and efficient use of existing and available water resources in all water sectors (urban and industrial). This section has many enlightening articles on the subject.

 

 

Alternative Approach to the Lumping of Small Dams for the Purpose of Undertaking Water Resources Modelling

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Application on Groundwater-Surface water Interaction Modeling in the Schoonspruit Catchment

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Assessment of the water situation assessment model (wsam)

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Component Based Analysis for Management of Leakage in Potable Water

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Development of an urban water requirement and return flow model

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Development of Simplified Drought Operating Rules

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Framework for Future Water Resource Analysis in South Africa

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Genetic Algorithms for Water Resource Assessments

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Hydraulic modelling in the water resources field- A practical application

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Lessons Learned from the Vaal River System Reconciliation Strategy Study

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Management of Large Water Resource Systems

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Modelling Impacts of Dryland Sugarcane on Streamflows in a Water Stressed Catchment in KwaZulu-Natal

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Operating Rules for Dams with High Evaporation Losses

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Practical experience with using the WQT irrigation block in the WRSM2000

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Proposed Modelling Approach and Procedures for Water Availability

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Surface,groundwater interaction- Using water balancing,hydraulic modeling and real-time monitoring to develop a truly

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The Use of Minewater to meet Future Urban Water Requirements in the Witbank Dam Catchment
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