Model choice effects on ecological modelling in Mataura River: SAM Programme 2018

Simon W. Howard, J. Griffiths, Christian Zammit & Helen Rouse
This report presents the application of the River HYdraulic HABitat SIMulation (RHYHABSIM) model coupled to the suite of hydrological models considered in the Smart models for Aquifer Management (SAM) research programme. Led by GNS Science, the SAM programme aimed to investigate the implications of model simplification on prediction uncertainty, and decision-making in water resource management. Investigation is carried out through inter-comparison of different model uncertainty, in relation to key decision variables, for pre- (a priori)...

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  • 2019

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  • National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research