Describes the use of a distributed hydrologic model to evaluate different data scenarios. The study attempted to answer questions such as; what will happen to the basin water resources if a)there is a change in climate; b)it is decided that more water must be retained in the river for environmental reasons; c)more water is extracted for urban and industrial use; d)the timing and accounts used for water are changed?
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Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2001Turkey
Library ResourceConference Papers & ReportsDecember, 2001France, South Africa, Indonesia, Germany, Turkey, United States of America, Mexico, Australia
Library ResourceReports & ResearchDecember, 2001Sri Lanka, India, Egypt, Turkey
Changes in the way water is used in one part of a river basin often affect how water is used somewhere else in that basin. This report introduces the concept of hydronomic ( hydro water + nomus management) zones that were developed to help untangle some of the complexities of basin-wide water resource use.
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