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Friday, 15 February 2013

Information System of Water Sites in the Ob River BasinPart 1 IS Northern Sosva, Part 2 IS Teletskoye Lake.

Authors: Pushistov P.Yu., Dantchev V.N.; science editors: Corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Science Lykosov V.N., Prof. Zemtsov V.A. 

 


The book explains briefly in plain language the experience accumulated by the authors in development of high-tech information systems, which use, as the basic forecast elements, a two-dimensional hydrodynamic and water quality model for rivers, lakes, reservoirs, and estuaries - CE-QUAL-W2 (http://www.ce.pdx.edu/w2) - and a hydrodynamic module of the linear modeling system for rivers and channels -  MIKE 11 (http://www.dhisoftware.com/). Rationale, methodology (applied system analysis), and composition of the information systems are described for two water sites in the Ob River basin: midstream reach of the North Sosva River (Hanty-Mansiysk autonomous region - Yugra) and Teletskoye Lake plus a reach of the Chulyshman River (Republic of Altai). Focus is placed on the analysis of opportunities and constraints for application of those systems by comparing modeling results with observations. Finally, the authors recommend specific measures to drive transition to innovative systems of integrated river basin management. 

The book is designed for a wide circle of readers interested in up-to-date technologies of planning and management of water use, restoration and protection, as well as decision makers and stakeholders (researchers, students, postgraduates of relevant specialization, water service provides, and active members of environmental organizations). 

 
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