Logistics and Benefits of Using Mathematical Models of Hydrologic and Water Resource Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080256627, 9781483189581

Logistics and Benefits of Using Mathematical Models of Hydrologic and Water Resource Systems

1st Edition

Selected Papers with Summary of Discussions from the International Symposium on Logistics and Benefits of Using Mathematical Models of Hydrologic and Water Resource Systems, Pisa, Italy, 24—26 October 1978

Editors: A.J. Askew F. Greco J. Kindler
eBook ISBN: 9781483189581
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1981
Page Count: 266
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Description

Logistics and Benefits of Using Mathematical Models of Hydrologic and Water Resource Systems is a collection of paper that details the experiences in the operational and logistical aspects of utilizing water resource models. The title provides the general report on model structure and classification; experiences of the hydrologic engineering center in maintaining widely used hydrologic and water resource computer models; and the operational experience of on-line hydrological simulation. The selection also covers the implementation and application of a suite for the simulation of complex water resource systems in evaluation and planning studies; and the use of a groundwater model in the design, performance; and the assessment, and operation of a river regulation scheme. The book will be of great use to researchers and practitioners of hydrological sciences.

Table of Contents


General Report on Model Structure and Classification

Selected Papers

Development of a Computer-based Flood Forecasting System for Australia

Efficiency of the Real-time Hydrological Forecasting Systems in Poland since Their Implementation in 1975

Operational Hydrological Forecasting by Conceptual Models in Sweden

The River Dee Regulation Scheme: Operational Experience of On-line Hydrological Simulation

Use of Catchment Models for Flood Forecasting in Central America

Developmental and Operational Aspects of Gaming-Simulations for Water Resource Systems

Model for the Selection of Appropriate Technology for a Water Resources System

A Computer Simulation Model for the Management of the Lake Maggiore Water System

The Use of a Groundwater Model in the Design, Performance Assessment, and Operation of a River Regulation Scheme

Mathematical Model of the Upper Nile Basin (Comments on Logistics and Benefits of Simulation Models)

Hysim—A Physically Realistic, General Purpose, Hydrologic Model

Logistics and Benefits of the European Hydrologic System

The Implementation and Application of a Suite for the Simulation of Complex Water Resource Systems in Evaluation and Planning Studies

Experiences of the Hydrologic Engineering Center in Maintaining Widely Used Hydrologic and Water Resource Computer Models

Summary of Discussions

Appendixes

A. Program of the Symposium

B. List of Participants


Details

No. of pages:
266
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1981
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483189581

About the Editor

A.J. Askew

F. Greco

J. Kindler