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Integrating water resources and water services management tools
Expanded Title:The South African water sector has developed a range of tools for managing water and for resolving water related problems, and most of these have been continuously improved over time. However, in-light of IWRM, the usefulness of these tools depends on the logical structure of valuation procedures, and on the common system required for defining complex water problems. Thus this project was solicited to develop an approach for integrating Water Resources and Water Services management tools, and to develop a Generic Integrated Framework, which can incorporate relevant and appropriate water management tools that are used both in water resources and water services, linked by a common flexible and extensible database for use at strategic planning and management levels.
Date Published:01/08/2011
Document Type:Research Report
Document Subjects:Water Resource Management/IWRM - Planning and development, Water Resource Management/IWRM - Catchment Management, Water Resource Management/IWRM - Dams (Impoundment), Water Resource Management/IWRM - Hydrogeology
Document Format:Report
Document File Type:pdf
Research Report Type:Standard
WRC Report No:1840/1/11
ISBN No:978-1-4312-0124-2
Authors:Jeleni A; van Rooyen PG; Behrmann D ; Nyland G; Hattingh L; Sussens H
Project No:K5/1840
Organizations:Muondli Consulting and Projects; WRP Consulting Engineers; Eric & Hall Associates; Alborak Systems Engineering; Hattingh Anderson Associates; Development Bank of Southern Africa
Document Size:27 166 KB
Attachments:EXECUTIVE SUMMARY for 1840.pdf
TABLE OF CONTENTS for 1840.pdf
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