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RBMA Block 1: Systems Thinking and System Analysis

1.4 – Hydrological Analysis I

Water Resources Planning comprises of three main components namely Bio Physical, Socio-Economic, and Institutional Setting.

In this lecture, the focus was on Bio-physical system – Hydrology, explaning the content of water quantity, groundwater, water quality, hygiene and ecology, erosion, water-food-energy-ecosystem nexus, climate change and adaptation pathways and asset management with some real examples in Welang River Basin.

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Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

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