Programming Models for Regional Water Demand Analysis

Russell CS (1984). Programming Models for Regional Water Demand Analysis. In: Modelling Water Demands. Eds. Kindler, J. & Russell, C., pp. 171-206 Verlag. ISBN 9780124073807

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Abstract

In this chapter, the problems requiring regional decisions are briefly discussed, with special emphasis on the links between the mathematical programming models of individual water-use activities through the water resource. Then, a very simple regional modeling framework is described to make the discussion of linkage more concrete. Some attention is given to possible elaborations of this simple framework designed to carry the analysis beyond instream quantity alone. Finally, some of the central points are illustrated with a regional environmental quality model of a highly industrialized region of the United States.

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Depositing User: Luke Kirwan
Date Deposited: 11 Aug 2016 10:15
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