Data Reduction for Water Quality Modelling, Vaal ...


The water sector represents a major challenge for the 21st century. The climate evolution combined with the growing of pressure of populations will generate new stresses on a limited resource, which has to be carefully managed and protected. The fast development of ICT solutions allows today to enter a new area, which may be characterized by the idea to move from a scarcity of data to a continuous flow of data - “data rich world” - about natural and built environment. This new situation will become a reality in the coming two decades and will allow potentially improving, globally, the water management. However, if this perspective represents a clear benefit both for natural and manmade environments, it request the development of a coherent vision based on a process allowing to integrate the fragmented activities developed until now in the water sector.

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Last updated June 16, 2016
Created June 16, 2016
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License Creative Commons Attribution
created over 4 years ago
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tags Water Quality Modelling,Multivariate Linear regression
topic Quality of water
type Book chapter
year 2,011