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Water Policy (5 January 2016) 18 (4): 844–861.
Date Online: 05 January 2016
... improvement. First, since the total water resource is limited, a portion of scholars have built linear programing models to discuss how to allocate the limited water resource efficiently among multiple water users to achieve economic, social and environmental benefits with equilibrium constraints ( Andrew et...
Water Quality Research Journal (29 September 2015) 51 (3): 282–295.
Date Online: 29 September 2015
... ), Management Approaches of Water Resources Assessment of Construction Projects (Order  No. 15) ( MWR 2002a ), Water Resources Assessment of Construction Projects and Guidelines of Water Resources Assessment for Construction Projects (Trial) (SL/Z322-2005) ( MWR 2005 ), Environmental Quality...
Journal of Hydroinformatics (11 July 2014) 17 (1): 75–89.
Date Online: 11 July 2014
... policy and operational rules governing the running of the system can be both complex and highly specific to a location. Water resource management has evolved over time to include more complex rules for allocation in attempts to adjust for increasing environmental and socio-economic challenges. In...
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Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination (7 July 2016) 7 (3): 338–352.
Date Online: 07 July 2016
... research (CSIR), Environmental Remediation and Water Pollution Chemistry Research Group, University of Venda Directorate, Department of Ecology and Resource Management, ESKOM-TESP, SASOL-Inzalo, and DST-NRF for supporting this project financially. REFERENCES Ayoob S. Gupta A. K. 2006...
Journal of Hydroinformatics (14 November 2009) 12 (2): 185–200.
Date Online: 14 November 2009
...T. S. Cheong; I. Ko; J. W. Labadie Real-time monitoring, databases, optimization models and visualization tools have been integrated into a Decision Support System (DSS) for optimal water resources management of two water supply reservoirs, the Daechung Reservoir and the Yongdam Reservoir of the...
Journal of Hydroinformatics (1 July 2002) 4 (3): 157–175.
Date Online: 01 July 2002
... decision support systems multicriteria evaluation planning support systems policy formulation model-based planning support water resource rehabilitation ...
Journal of Water and Health (10 November 2016) 15 (2): 273–287.
Date Online: 10 November 2016
... ), 426 – 432 . Ministry of Environment Protection of the People's Republic of China (MEP) 2002 Methods for Chemical Analysis of Water and Waste Water , 4th edn . China Environmental Science Press , Beijing , China (in Chinese). Ministry of Health of the People's Republic of China (MH...
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Journal of Hydroinformatics (19 February 2015) 17 (4): 551–569.
Date Online: 19 February 2015
... factors (e.g., economic objective, environmental requirement, and policy regulation). Water trading is considered an effective way to allocate water resources optimally, which can increase the economic productivity of water by encouraging its movement from low to high valued use. Under the situation...
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Water Policy (17 February 2017) 19 (3): 377–389.
Date Online: 17 February 2017
... wreak heavy environmental havoc in Ghana, particularly on water resources ( Amponsah-Tawiah & Dartey-Baah, 2011 ; Appiah & Buaben, 2012 ). Evidence provided by these studies points to widespread contamination of water resources in mining communities. Worse still, traditional authorities...
Journal of Hydroinformatics (9 February 2015) 17 (4): 534–550.
Date Online: 09 February 2015
... from a river ( ) to a predefined maximum value ( ) in all time periods. Constraint defined by Equation ( 15 ) controls the river flow to provide required environmental flow which is the quantity of water required to sustain freshwater and downstream ecosystems in all time periods. All volumes...
Water Quality Research Journal (1 May 2001) 36 (2): 331–346.
Date Online: 01 May 2001
...Mark Servos; Peter Delorme; Glen Fox; Roger Sutciffe; Michael Wade Abstract Although reproduction and development are major endpoints for environmental and human health assessments in many federal government programs, growing concern about risks posed by endocrine disrupting substances (EDS) has...
Water Policy (21 December 2018) 21 (2): 344–350.
Date Online: 21 December 2018
... forest fires ( Stojanova et al ., 2012 ), they make up only a small proportion of environmental degradation compared with anthropogenic sources. A wide range of environmental issues such as water quality ( Peters & Maybeck, 2000 ; Douglas, 2003 ), atmosphere ( Vitousek et al ., 1997...
Water Quality Research Journal (17 December 2013) 49 (1): 5–9.
Date Online: 17 December 2013
... already have impacted consumers before any effective action can be taken. Environment and Sustainable Resource Development has developed a template for recording drinking water safety plans together with guidance notes to help complete them. The template has been developed in MS-Excel and has been...
Journal of Hydroinformatics (1 March 2015) 17 (2): 163–175.
Date Online: 01 March 2015
.... In the case of the development and management of water and environmental resources, the basis of the hierarchy is the river basin, and its tributaries. In the case of cities it is, in the first instance, the whole urbanized area. 39 In many jurisdictions, the participation of stakeholders...
Journal: Water Supply
Water Supply (28 June 2016) 17 (1): 39–51.
Date Online: 28 June 2016
... Environmental Protection Agency. http://www2.epa.gov/water-research/Epanet (accessed 31 March 2015). Fujiwara O. Khang D. B. 1990 A two-phase decomposition method for optimal design of looped water distribution networks . Water Resources Research 26 ( 4 ), 539 – 549 . http...
Journal of Water and Health (13 October 2014) 13 (2): 319–339.
Date Online: 13 October 2014
... quality. Hence, the most useful tool to detect pathogens in the water environment is the simultaneous analysis of several microorganisms classed as ‘Indicator’ microorganisms ( Ashbolt et al. 2001 ). These IMs are being used to assess the microbiological quality of environmental water ( Ashbolt et al...
Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination (25 February 2014) 4 (3): 137–153.
Date Online: 25 February 2014
...Wenyi Wang; Weihua Zeng; Bo Yao; Jing Wei Due to the fast growth of the economy and population, the water scarcity issue has aroused widespread critical concern. In fact, reasonable structure, adaptive patterns and effective regulation of the economy, society and water resources can bring a...
Journal of Water and Health (10 February 2016) 14 (4): 682–691.
Date Online: 10 February 2016
... both urbanized and non-urbanized communities in Macedonia is typically not served by centralized sewage collection and treatment systems ( Novak et al. 2011 ). Although the Environmental Performance Index from Yale indicates that 91.82% of Macedonians have access to safe drinking water and 49.19...
Journal of Water and Health wh2019019.
Date Online: 22 May 2019
... Drinking Water Quality (NSDWQ), or the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The EC values for the water samples in the current study were lower and also higher than those reported by Baig et al. (2009) . The concentrations of chloride in the current study were higher than those reported by...
Journal of Water and Health (7 June 2017) 16 (1): 138–149.
Date Online: 07 June 2017
... this method uses only 1 L of water, it has been used successfully in many environmental studies (e.g., Fong et al. 2005 , 2010 ; Gentry et al. 2009 ). MgCl 2 was added to 500 mL groundwater (it was not possible to filter 1 L owing to filter clogging) achieving a final concentration of 25 mM and...