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Total Extraction and Total Water Supply per Community

Chapter in book
Authors Roland Barthel
Darla Nickel
Published in Regional Assessment of Global Change Impacts
Pages 215-220
ISBN 978-3-319-16750-3
Publisher Springer International Publishing
Publication year 2016
Published at Department of Earth Sciences
Pages 215-220
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-16751-...
Keywords GLOWA-Danube, DANUBIA, Water extraction, Water supply, Upper Danube
Subject categories Climate Research, Hydrology, Water in nature and society, Geosciences, Multidisciplinary

Abstract

The chapter describes a preliminary base version of the WaterSupply model which does not have the full functionality of the model version that was finally implemented in DANUBIA. In particular, it does not make full use of the actor concept to simulate human decisions. However, as this preliminary version still forms an essential base module of the later extended model version, it is recommended to read this chapter to get a better understanding of water supply modelling in DANUBIA. This chapter presents the fundamental steps that were taken to conceptualise and implement this base version of WaterSupply and explains its main purpose and the interaction with the other models within the DANUBIA system. Four maps exemplarily show selected results of the model which are related to the extraction of raw water and the distribution and consumption of drinking water. The main map shows extraction and consumption aggregated on a community (municipality) level.

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