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Impacts of Landscape Changes on Water Resources

Manoj K. Jha
2020 Water  
Such research studies can help unlock the complex interconnected influences of landscape on water resources for quantity and quality at multiple spatial and temporal scales.  ...  In this Special Issue, we published a set of eight peer-reviewed articles elaborating on some of the specific topics of landscape changes and associated impacts on water resources.  ...  agriculture on a Crop yield, water (APEX) and GIS-based Ethiopia [15] regional scale multi-criteria evaluation (MCE) technique Hydrodynamic model Impact of landscape on vulnerability of flood in an urban  ... 
doi:10.3390/w12082244 fatcat:r2h43mh735b3pbcnbuja2j6fxy

Hydrologic Modelling of the United States with the Soil and Water Assessment Tool

R. Srinivasan, J. G. Arnold, C. A. Jones
1998 International Journal of Water Resources Development  
This paper describes the H ydrologic Unit M odel for the United States (H UM US): a decision support system designed for m aking national and river basin scale resource assessments.  ...  M odels are often required to assess the impacts and risks of m anagement alternatives on the availability and quality of w ater in large and complex river systems.  ...  The major components of the HUMUS system were: (1) the basin-scale Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SW AT) to model surface and sub-surface water quantity and quality; (2) a GIS to collect, manage, analyse  ... 
doi:10.1080/07900629849231 fatcat:4yx4lm2rybcevhiohe7s5w3foq

Ecological Models to Infer the Quantitative Relationship between Land Use and the Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Community

Minar Damanik-Ambarita, Gert Everaert, Peter Goethals
2018 Water  
Hence, combined land-use information from both the local scale and the catchment scale will provide a better understanding of the impact of land-use changes on the ecological water quality.  ...  Some researchers have studied the impacts of land use on the water quality based on a single monitoring campaign [13, 14] or based on a long time data-series, such as within three time periods of 1971,  ...  the use of models in studying land-use impacts on ecological water quality focusing on macroinvertebrates.  ... 
doi:10.3390/w10020184 fatcat:zxt77kj5lfg7zcow2juzwz46ai

Information and Communication Technologies for Sustainable Natural Resource Management

M. S. Meena, Krishna M. Singh
2013 Social Science Research Network  
of land and water resources.  ...  The eastern region of India, a "low productivity-high potential region", embraces secure for a second green revolution through holistic management of land, water, crops, biomass, horticulture, livestock  ...  It is based on several components, comprising a hydrological model, an outcome model and a water management module, and is accompanied by a 'Geographical Information System'.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2244751 fatcat:ac4cwwpa5vdcvbv6rd447k6rva

Modeling the relationship between land use and surface water quality

Susanna T.Y. Tong, Wenli Chen
2002 Journal of Environmental Management  
But the relative impacts of different types of land use on the surface water are yet to be ascertained and quanti®ed.  ...  Statistical and spatial analyses were employed to examine the statistical and spatial relationships of land use and the¯ow and water quality in receiving waters on a regional scale in the State of Ohio  ...  Susan Cormier of the National Exposure Research Laboratory (NERL) of the USEPA in Cincinnati for her helpful assistance.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jema.2002.0593 pmid:12503494 fatcat:q4ppuuije5em5eadyudpm4raeq

Page 265 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 16, Issue 4 [page]

2002 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
in a watershed based on user supplied information and decisions, and to evaluate water quality effects of alternative land treatment scenarios.  ...  Dunn et al. (1996) describe the hydrology component of the NERC-ESRC Land-Use Program (NELUP) DSS with the objec- tive of predicting the impact of agricultural land use change at the river basin scale.  ... 

An Analysis of Agricultural Systems Modelling Approaches and Examples to Support Future Policy Development under Disruptive Changes in New Zealand

Clémence Vannier, Thomas A. Cochrane, Peyman Zawar Reza, Larry Bellamy
2022 Applied Sciences  
Modelling is a useful tool for system conceptualisation, understanding, and scenario testing.  ...  The efficiency of spatial decision support tools working with a system dynamics approach can help holistically in stakeholders' participation and understanding, and for improving land planning and policy  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors certify that they have no affiliations with or involvement in any organization or entity with any financial interest in the subject matter or materials discussed in this  ... 
doi:10.3390/app12052746 fatcat:lwpzzv7f35drvc45jip7ud6dii

The Use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in Land Resources Appraisal

W.G. Sombroek, J. Antoine
1994 Outlook on Agriculture  
resources for specific uses, or of assessing the likely impact of those uses on the land resources themselves.  ...  In many of these countries, lack of data and poor data quality remains serious drawbacks to the application of computer based systems of land and water resources management.  ... 
doi:10.1177/003072709402300403 fatcat:qisas4yw7nfmhjfqwwkjgq5mpe

3 Methods And Techniques In Landscape Impact Assessment [chapter]

Ingrid Belčáková, Eva Pauditšová, Paola Gazzola
2018 Landscape impact assessment in planning processes  
The type method and technique to use is determined based on the stage of the assessment process, geographical scale, the hierarchical level or the specifics of the assessed development proposal.  ...  the subsequent landscape evaluation and generation of follow-up data for monitoring purposes, • impact identification and prediction methods, which include checklists, visual quality models, integrated  ...  In this context, a GIS-based land use map or 3D landscape model might be used to emphasise the aesthetic changes in an environment or landscape, strengthening therefore the evidence-basis of a visual quality  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110601558-005 fatcat:n6uneiyn7fgkvf6dwwqilersaa

Inventory of GIS-Based Decision Support Systems Addressing Climate Change Impacts on Coastal Waters and Related Inland Watersheds [chapter]

F. Iyalomhe, J. Rizzi, S. Torresan, V. Gallina, A. Critto, A. Marcomini
2013 Climate Change - Realities, Impacts Over Ice Cap, Sea Level and Risks  
Curie action, Project EPSEI (under the grant agreement no.269327), for financial support.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors gratefully acknowledge the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Climate Change (CMCC; Lecce, Italy), GEMINA project and the European Community's Seventh Framework Programme, Marie  ...  STREAM evaluates climate change and land use effects on the hydrology of a specific river basin, in order to support the management phase of IWRM and WFD via the identification of water resources management  ... 
doi:10.5772/51999 fatcat:l5cellbxafetpjiizvyuefagxy

Geographic information systems and non-point source water quality and quantity modelling

B. E. Vieux
1991 Hydrological Processes  
) into a message (model output such as rainfall excess) that relates impacts of land use and management on surface and subsurface water quality.  ...  These models were designed as tools for assessing the impacts of agriculture on surface and subsurface water quality.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hyp.3360050108 fatcat:uwoyoq5ajvenxphdgqsvpnrziy

Integrated hydro-economic modelling: Approaches, key issues and future research directions

Roy Brouwer, Marjan Hofkes
2008 Ecological Economics  
Although the interaction works both ways, feedback effects of water changes on the economy and changes in the economy on the water system are often missing in practice.  ...  Integrated hydro-economic models aim to capture the complexity of interactions between water and the economy.  ...  Acknowledgements The selection of papers presented in this special issue is partly based on the two-day international workshop 'The Role of Integrated River Basin Modelling in the European Water Framework  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolecon.2008.02.009 fatcat:otz6vwx5hjbm3h474jligg6wsm

Assessing potential desertification environmental impact in life cycle assessment

Montserrat Núñez, Bárbara Civit, Pere Muñoz, Alejandro Pablo Arena, Joan Rieradevall, Assumpció Antón
2009 The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment  
The CFs were acquired using a geographical information system (GIS).  ...  Main features This paper focuses on the development of a methodology for including the desertification environmental impact derived from land use in LCA studies.  ...  research, and project reference number C/6501/06: development of impact indicators characteristic of arid zones for life cycle assessment: desertification, erosion and water consumption.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11367-009-0126-0 fatcat:ktjfdaak2vemxdweokzprbvbe4

SWAT2000: current capabilities and research opportunities in applied watershed modelling

J. G. Arnold, N. Fohrer
2005 Hydrological Processes  
SWAT (Soil and Water Assessment Tool) is a conceptual, continuous time model that was developed in the early 1990s to assist water resource managers in assessing the impact of management and climate on  ...  Nineteen selected papers with issues reaching from the newest developments, the evaluation of river basin management, interdisciplinary approaches for river basin management, the impact of land use change  ...  APPLICATIONS Applications within the USA The applications of SWAT have focused on the impact of: (1) land use change and management and (2) climate change on water supply and water quality.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hyp.5611 fatcat:omyirhxbk5h6bh24sypympuoya

TO DELINIATE AND OBTAIN LAND USE AND LAND COVER MAP USING SWAT MODEL IN SALEBHATA CATCHMENT OF MAHANADI BASIN

B. Mohan, C.R. Subudhi
2021 Journal of Bio Innovation  
In the present study physical based, semi-distributed river basin scale Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) model interface with Geographical Information System (ArcGIS) tool was used to simulate the  ...  The study was conducted to delineate and find out the land use and land cover map of the Saliveta watershed under Mahanadi basin.  ...  Land Use/ Land Cover (LULC) Land use/ land cover change considerable impact on the hydrological modeling, therefore, it is important to understanding and hydrological response on climate and land use/  ... 
doi:10.46344/jbino.2021.v10i03.25 fatcat:wxb5lnzm5bcavkt4qctyjqkvwy
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