• Real-world applications of decision support systems

    In an interview with Chris O’Neill of Hydronumerics,  decision support systems (DSS) were discussed and how they can help governments and communities with making well-informed decisions for water management. This article looks at the ways that Hydronumerics has used DSS to support its water management work in India. What is DSS and how is it used in watershed management? […]

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  • What is a decision support system?

    An interview with Chris O’Neill from Hydronumerics discussed decision support systems (DSS) and why they can be valuable tools for water management. Many, if not most consultancies, use modelling systems to help inform recommendations and decision-making for water management. This article explores why these tools can be valuable, looking more closely at their successful application. […]

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  • The 2016 Water Scarcity and Drought Summit

    10 October 2016; World Water Congress & Exhibition, Brisbane, Australia

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  • The importance of networks

    Developing relationships and engaging in conversations to build your knowledge, develop your contact base, and improve your effectiveness to address water management challenges Water managers across the globe, by the nature of our profession, face challenges and draw upon our own knowledge and understanding to implement solutions. On a weekly and sometimes daily basis, studies […]

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  • Sarah Wheeler on water scarcity

    Sarah Wheeler on water scarcity on What Keeps Me Awake – ABC  

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  • CSIRO: supporting water resource management in large international basins

    Dr Peter Wallbrink, research director for basin management outcomes at the CSIRO speaks about supporting water resource management in large international basins at the 2016 IWA World Water Congress and Exhibition, Brisbane, Australia.   This program has an international outlook and aims to deliver impact and value in the area of integrated water resource management. […]

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  • Victoria State Government: Water for Victoria

    In October 2016, Victoria released its latest long-term water strategy, entitled Water for Victoria. This plan provides a contemporary example of inclusive water management, both through its development and the resulting content, for example, through arrangements to support Aboriginal values and recreational values associated with Victoria’s waterways. In addition, the plan takes steps to develop […]

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  • Update: National Hydrology Project – Phase III (India)

    Progress continues on the collaboration between the AWP and the Government of India, under India’s National Hydrology Project (Phase III). The NHP Phase III aims to strengthen the institutions and quality of water information required for integrated water resources management in India. The project involves all Indian states and union territories, and several central agencies, […]

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  • India National Hydrology Project: First call for submissions

    The Australian Water Partnership (AWP) has issued its first invitation for partner submissions to participate in the first three activities under the India National Hydrology Project (NHP) Phase III: River Basin Planning and Management – Policy and Institutional Framework Assessment National Water Information System Assessment NHP Program Facilitator The AWP will provide technical support to […]

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