The Danube Delta (DD) is the largest wetland belonging to the complex Danube River system. Danube Delta consists of a complex network of river channels, bays, lakes, sand banks and hundreds of swamps that help to improve water quality of the Black Sea by forming a buffer zone which filters pollutants from the Danube River, as well helping to reduce flood peaks by storing water.
Global water-related modeling environment in the Cloud.
Milano water supply network is located in the city of Milano (Italy).
Real time interaction between human and simulation in the cloud environment.
The purpose of this project is to implement innovative methods of harvesting rain water for domestic use and crop production thereby improving the livelihoods and food security in the community and giving them a chance to empower themselves economically.
San Francisco Estuary is located in California state, U.S.A. It is the largest estuary on the west coast of America.
Sedimentation and erosion processes are strongly associated with the hydraulics of any system, and in water resources management they add another dimension to the complicated process of making decisions.
Taihu Lake (E 30°56′～31°33′, N 119°54′～120°36′) is the third largest freshwater lake in the Yangtze Delta, on the border of Jiangsu and Zhejiang province, Eastern China.
Water accounting is the process of communicating water resources related information and the services generated from consumptive use in a geographical domain, such as a river basin, a country or a land use class; to users such as policy makers, water authorities, managers, etc.