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Marrying Hydrological Modelling and Integrated Assessment for the needs of Water Resource Management

Journal article
Authors B. Croke
R. Blakers
S. El Sawah
B. Fu
J. Guillaume
R.A. Kelly
M.J. Patrick
A. Ross
J. Ticehurst
Roland Barthel
A. Jakeman
Published in Proceedings of the International Association of Hydrological Sciences
Volume 364
Pages 351-356
ISBN 978-1-907161-42-1
ISSN 0144-7815
Publisher IAHS
Place of publication Bologna, Italy
Publication year 2014
Published at Department of Earth Sciences
Pages 351-356
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.5194/piahs-364-351-20...
Keywords integrated assessment, integrated modelling, hydrology, social science, interdisciplinary, water resource management, Australia
Subject categories Hydrology, Water in nature and society

Abstract

Abstract This paper discusses the integration of hydrology with other disciplines using an Integrated Assessment (IA) and modelling approach to the management and allocation of water resources. Recent developments in the field of socio-hydrology aim to develop stronger relationships between hydrology and the human dimensions of Water Resource Management (WRM). This should build on an existing wealth of knowledge and experience of coupled human–water systems. To further strengthen this relationship and contribute to this broad body of knowledge, we propose a strong and durable “marriage” between IA and hydrology. The foundation of this marriage requires engagement with appropriate concepts, model structures, scales of analyses, performance evaluation and communication – and the associated tools and models that are needed for pragmatic deployment or operation. To gain insight into how this can be achieved, an IA case study in water allocation in the Lower Namoi catchment, NSW, Australia is presented.

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