Items where Research Program is "Regional Water Policies (RWP)" and Year is 1994

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Birch, A. & Kulshreshtha, S.N. (1994). The value of water. Water News 13 (1)


Dybvig, W. & Kulshreshtha, S.N. (1994). The economic value of water: A perspective on its practical utilization. In: Water: A Resource in Transition, Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference of the Canadian Water Resources Association.


Gonwa, W., Schulz, N.U., Paulus, L. & Novotny, V. (1994). Improved collection system real-time control for Milwaukee, Wisconsin. In: Collection Systems - Residuals & Biosolids Management, Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Water Environment Federation, 16-20 October.


Jolma, A. ORCID: (1994). A decision support system for real-time operation of a river system. In: Advances in Water Resources Technology and Management, Proceedings of the Second European Conference on Advances in Water Resources Technology and Management, 14-18 June.


Kaczmarek, Z. (1994). Impact of global geophysical processes on Polish water resources. Przeglad Geofizyczny 38 (1), 3-15.

Kaczmarek, Z. (1994). Water balance model for climate impact assessment. Acta Geophysica Polonica 41 (4), 423-437.

Kulshreshtha, S.N. & Brown, W.J. (1994). Adoption of irrigation: A review of the South Saskatchewan River irrigation district. Canadian Water Resources Journal 19 (2), 125-140. 10.4296/cwrj1902125.

Kundzewicz, Z.W. & Chalupka, M. (1994). The need for integrated river basin management: A case study from Eastern Europe. In: Integrated River Basin Development. Eds. Kirby, C. & White, W.R., John Wiley & Sons.


Lapsansky, A. & Petrovic, P. (1994). Use of GIS and Computer Graphics in Water Management: Application for the Vah River Basin. XQ-94-820 , IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria.


Masliev, I. (1994). Use of a Fourier Decomposition Technique in aquatic ecosystems modelling. In: Predictability and Nonlinear Modelling in Natural Sciences and Economics. pp. 411-421 Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer. ISBN 978-94-011-0962-8 10.1007/978-94-011-0962-8_34.

Masliev, I. & Somlyody, L. (1994). Probabilistic methods for uncertainty analysis and parameter estimation for dissolved oxygen models. Water Science & Technology 30 (2), 99-108.

Meyer, G.K. (1994). Impacts of climate change on the quality of surface waters. In: Klamath Basin Fisheries Symposium: Proceedings of a Symposium, 23-24 March 1994.

Meyer, G.K. (1994). Water quality considerations in dam operation. In: Proceedings of the XII Mexican National Hydraulics Symposium, September 1994.

Meyer, G.K. & Orlob, G.T. (1994). Effects of climate change on water quality. In: Water Policy and Management: Solving the Problems, Proceedings of the 21st Annual Conference sponsored by the Water Resources Planning and Management Division, ASCE, 23-26 May 1994.

Murcott, S.E. (1994). Signs of darkness, signs of light: Reflections on sustainable development in the United States. In: Proceedings of the Conference on Sustainable Living in Japan, Europe and North America, December 1994.

Murcott, S.E. & Harleman, D.R.F. (1994). Use of chemical upgrading (CU) in Budapest, Hungary. In: Proceedings of the KC1 International Symposium on Sewage Treatment Technology, April 1994.

Murcott, S.E. & Harleman, D.R.F. (1994). Use of chemical upgrading (CU) in Hungary and Slovakia. In: Proceedings of the International Association of Water Quality Biennial Conference, July 1994.


Novotny, V. (1994). Nonpoint pollution: Diverse solutions to diffuse pollution. Water Quality International, 24-31.

Novotny, V. (1994). Sources and delivery of sediments contaminated by toxic metals to the North Avenue Dam, Milwaukee. Water Science & Technology 28 (8), 103-116.


Ozga-Zielinska, M., Brzezinski, J. & Feluch, W. (1994). Meso-Scale Hydrologic Modeling for Climate Impact Assessments: A Conceptual and A Regresssion Approach. IIASA Collaborative Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: CP-94-010


Petrovic, P. (1994). Impact of climatic changes on water management regime. In: Proceedings of the FAO Seminar "Water for Life", 18 October 1994.

Petrovic, P. & Lapsansky, A. (1994). Chemical time bombs: Hot spots in the Slovak part of the Danube catchment area. In: Proceedings of the XVIIth Conference of the Danube Countries on Hydrological Forecasting and Hydrological Bases of Water Management, Vol. II, 5-9 September 1994.


Rosenzweig, C. & Hillel, D. (1994). Egyptian Agriculture in the 21st Century. IIASA Collaborative Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: CP-94-012

Russell, D., Fairley, B. & Kulshreshtha, S.N. (1994). Rural water pipeline evaluation. In: Water: A Resource in Transition, Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference of the Canadian Water Resources Association, 14-17 June 1994.


Somlyody, L. (1994). Environmental evolution follows political revolution. Water Quality International, 25-27.

Somlyody, L. (1994). Quo vadis water quality management in Central and Eastern Europe? Water Science & Technology 30 (5), 1-14.

Somlyody, L. (1994). Water Quality Management: Can we Improve Integration to Face Future Problems? IIASA Working Paper. IIASA, Laxenburg, Austria: WP-94-034

Somlyody, L., Kularathna, M. & Masliev, I. (1994). Development of least-cost water quality control policies for the Nitra River basin in Slovakia. Water Science & Technology 30 (5), 69-78.

Sorour, M.T., Olsson, G. & Somlyody, L. (1994). Potential use of step feed control using the biomass in the settler. Water Science & Technology 28 (11), 239-248.


Varis, O. (1994). Water quality models: Tools for the analysis of data, knowledge, and decisions. Water Science & Technology 30 (2), 13-19.

Varis, O., Kuikka, S. & Taskinen, A. (1994). Modeling for water quality decisions: Uncertainty and subjectivity in information, in objectives, and in model structure. Ecological Modelling 74 (1-2), 91-101. 10.1016/0304-3800(94)90113-9.

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