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Multi-resolution integrated modelling for basin-scale water resources management and policy analysis

Multi-resolution integrated modelling for basin-scale water resources management and policy analysis

Hydrology: science and practice for the 21st century, Volume II Proceedings of the British Hydrological Society International Conference, Imperial College, London, July 2004: 392-397

The success of the SAHRA (Science and Technology Center) project in achieving improved water resources policy and management depends on successful demonstration of the viability of integrated modelling in influencing decision-making.

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