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Establishment and application of NWA system in watershed ecosystem quality assessment based on RS and GIS

Chun-xia Yuan, Yao-wen Xie, Chuan-yan Zhao, Zhao-dong Feng
2009 2009 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium  
and will provide theoretical support for the watershed integrative management. (3) built an comparative ecosystem database with spatial and attribute data based on RS&GIS.  ...  Crucial factors were selected to establish the assessment system. Framework of NWA assessment system is showed in Fig.1 .  ... 
doi:10.1109/igarss.2009.5418167 dblp:conf/igarss/YuanXZF09 fatcat:x2dcehgkgnetpcmotafzxxt62e

THE INTEGRATION OF LAND USE PLANNING PROCESS WITH WATER RESOURCES MANAGEMENT: ANALYSIS OF KÜÇÜK MENDERES RIVER BASIN CATCHMENT AREA-TURKEY in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in City Planning

Rabia Bolposta
2012 unpublished
The Center for Watershed Protection has developed an 'Impervious Cover Model' (ICM) which predicts the quality and character of a stream based on the percentage of Impervious Cover in the watershed.  ...  quality regulatory requirements, the different applications with the use of GIS database for water data should be defined in legal ground.  ...  The basic issues in the protection of water resources are water supply and water quality, waste water and recycled water evaluation, flood protection and management, basin management, restoration of the  ... 
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Spatial modelling of the contributions from surface and subsurface water to river flow in catchments

B Kelbe
unpublished
Movement towards equity and sustainable development demands the integrationofgroundwater and surface water in decision making and modelling ofthese water resources.  ...  The groundwater and surface water resources were historically modelled separately because of laws ofthe governing bodies.  ...  The Reserve ofwater resources is defined by the NWA (1998) as "the quantity and quality ofwater required to satisfY basic human needs ... and to protect aquatic ecosystems in order to secure ecological  ... 
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