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Volume 373 | Copyright
Proc. IAHS, 373, 1-6, 2016
https://doi.org/10.5194/piahs-373-1-2016
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  12 May 2016

12 May 2016

A flexible and efficient multi-model framework in support of water management

Vincent Wolfs et al.
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Water management is constantly evolving. Trends, such as population growth, urbanization and climate change, pose new challenges to water management. We developed a new and flexible modelling approach to generate very fast models of catchment hydrology, rivers and sewer systems that can be tailored to numerous applications in water management. To illustrate the developed framework, a case study of integrated hydrological-hydraulic modelling for the Grote Nete catchment in Belgium is elaborated.
Water management is constantly evolving. Trends, such as population growth, urbanization and...
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