INTEGRATED WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT IN A TRANSBOUNDARY RIVER BASIN: MODEL DEVELOPMENT AND SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS
Ali Shah, Syed Mustakim
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DegreeMaster of Science (M.Sc.)
DepartmentCivil and Geological Engineering
CommitteeWheater, Howard; Elshorbagy, Amin; Kells, Jim; Martz, Lawrence; Elwood, Dave
Copyright DateDecember 2019
Saskatchewan River basin
Transboundary water resources management
Integrated basin-level water management modeling
Decision-making under uncertainty
River basin Decision Support System (DSS)
Network flow model
Integrated water management model for the Saskatchewan River basin (IWMSask)
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