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Experiences in updating an integrated decision-support system for sustainable water resource management in northwest England



Experiences in updating an integrated decision-support system for sustainable water resource management in northwest England



Modelling and management of sustainable basin scale water re source systems Proceedings of an international symposium held at Boulder, Colorado, USA, 1-14 July, 1995: 71-78



The UK National Rivers Authority (NRA) in northwest England used the Resource Planning (RP) Suite of hydrological analysis programs. The original analysis package was mainframe based and did not meet modern standards. A review of requirements was conducted and the RP Suite was replaced with Phoenix (PX) which consisted of hydrological modules, a user interface and data management system.

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