“Integrated Data management Techniques for Regional Watershed Planning”
Abstract:Collecting, compiling and evaluating the multitude of data elements associated with watershed planning can be a cumbersome and exhaustive task. Often, the efforts associated with just one watershed alone can be daunting. The level of complexity and difficulty increases several-fold when regional watershed planning involving 78 subbasins within 21 watersheds is required. This paper presents how integrated and well-planned data management techniques can be used to simplify and streamline this important task.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2000
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